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You can go into the Settings for the VM that you care about, and make sure it is set to "Save the Virtual Machine State." When your physical machine shuts down it will suspend the VM and when you bring it back up it'll be in the same state as when you shutdown. See below for the screen you are looking for. It's at the bottom of the left hand panel.


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There's a couple of issues you need to explore. First, did you install openssh-server? If not, then $ sudo apt-get install openssh-server Usually, the UFW is modified to allow port 22 incoming connections when you install openssh-server. You can check that port 22 incoming is allowed by doing this: $ sudo ufw status Otherwise, $ sudo ufw allow 22 ...



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