Virtual Studio Code in Virtual Box


#1

Would it be necessary to install VSCode in my Virtual Box if I already have it installed in Windows?
I was thinking of using the instructions listed here: https://medium.com/@prtdomingo/editing-files-in-your-linux-virtual-machine-made-a-lot-easier-with-remote-vscode-6bb98d0639a4
but am not sure if this is necessary.


#2

I do not think it’s necessary. This may make it difficult to run your project in the virtual box.


#3

Hey @celine168

A virtual box is a separate container cut off from your OS so yes, you would need to install VS Code in the virtual box.


#4

i’m just seeing this i’d apply this fix to my problem