On a Mac, installing Virtual Box Manager is just as easy. Download the 6 files (7z split file). Here comes the tricky part, 7Zip is not supported on a Mac. I personally PURCHASED for 2 CHF the "Keka" application, and it was very easy to unpack the 6 files into a oel6-64bit-soasuite-11gr1-ps6-otn.ova file. A free alternative is "The Unarchiver", I have installed it but not tested.
At this point, in Finder, right-click on the oel6-64bit-soasuite-11gr1-ps6-otn.ova file, choose "Open with..." and then "Virtual Box (default)".
I "Start" the VM image, and get an error message about the missing support for USB 2.0. I just remove this option from the VM settings and all runs smoothly (this is explained also in the pre-built VM box instructions).
Login as oracle/oracle and enjoy. You can use also Mac's own terminal to connect: "ssh -X oracle@localhost -p 2222"
Using the -X switch will allow you to use the pre-installed firefox on the VM.... so you avoid fastidious settings on your host machine.
Run firefox, then enter:
If you find X11 too slow (it was slow on my machine), you can access from the host machine browser:
sudo vi /private/etc/hosts
add this line:
127.0.0.1 soabpm-vm soabpm-vm.site localhost
then enter http://soabpm-vm.site:7001/console/ in your browser, and login as weblogic/welcome1. OSB console available at http://soabpm-vm.site:7001/sbconsole/
eventually also exclude from the proxy settings the 127.0.0.1 and localhost...