I have to have a computer running Linux with me but the computer is not mine (I can only use it) and I can't make a dualboot. I installed it inside a VM.
Normally the laptop is connected on a wireless network, which works perfectly with Debian inside the VM through NAT. However, the location where I'm headed does not have wireless so I'm going to have to use an "Internet stick" that is connected through USB and does not have Linux drivers.
This doesn't work with NAT. What should I do in order to get the internet working inside the VM? NAT inside VirtualBox does not support anything other than TCP and UDP, including VPN so I think I'm going to have to configure Bridging but I don't know how.
I'm using a product which I assume connects via VPN.