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The basic virtualization support in AMD processors is named SVM. VT-x is intel-only name. Look for "SVM Mode" in BIOS under CPU configuration.


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Finally achieved this... Ubuntu (test2016.com) create folder in /var/www of your website.. edit host file & add newly created website... run a2nsite & follow the screen... window server go to dns & create new zone & point it to ubuntu ip.. :)


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You should have a look at Docker containers. Containers are smaller than VMs, Docker does download stocked containers exactly as you ask for, and Windows Server 2016 will support Docker (the beta already does but not perfectly) Containers encapsulate applications, not operating systems, where local system services are furnished by the local OS, so you will ...


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Sure you can Bridged networking is like you have a switch where your host and guest connected at the same time. So your guest should have different IP address in a fact, or you will have IP address conflict instead.


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I also see a ton of references online to this only being temporary storage You are able to select SSD as your data disk when you are creating your VM. But it is more expensive then the VM using HDD. Here is the pricing calculator for Azure VM. Pricing Calculator


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Wow. I rolled back the driver in the guest os and restarted the vm. Fixed the issue. Weird as ****.


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I typed my password at the above prompt and hit enter Now i am trying fsck hit enter and it's asking to fix thing with (y) and i am just hitting enter Rebooting Reboot sequence threw lot of error saying cannot remove read only This Fixed it But i remember this one last time where this issue came back


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As the above your picture, I assure you're using NAT network...so please check your VMnet8 interface in your physical machine. Maybe it's related to your firewall too, please try to disable and access again.


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Based on the picture alone, it won't work from your host. I suggest setting it to Bridged mode, so that it gets an IP address on your current network. Then, you'll be able to connect to it from other computers in your network.


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I'll install ESXi in a virtual machine in VMware. You can solve it by not installing in in vmware player. That sounds rash, but ESXi is not an OS. It is a bare type-1 hypervisor. It is not a full OS to install in vmware-player. Instead it will replace your old windows+vmware-player (or any other OS) and install the ESXi-OS.


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there are some ways to do that... some of them need to install extension pack. (you can download it from here) those which need extension pack are : enable copy-paste (shared clipboard) enable drag and drop enable USB devices (copy your file to a flash drive, then connect it to a VM) you can enable and disable all the above suggestions from this menu on ...


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A good way to transfer a large file is to create a "Shared Folder". This is straight from the documentation: There are several ways in which shared folders can be set up for a particular virtual machine: In the window of a running VM, you can select "Shared folders" from the "Devices" menu, or click on the folder icon on the status bar in ...


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Depending on how to connect the VM to you can edit the dhcpd.conf file to configure VMWare Fusion’s DHCP server to assign specific IP addresses to a VM based on its MAC address. For that you want to edit /Library/Preferences/VMware Fusion/vmnet8. It contents should resemble the text below: subnet 192.168.87.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 { range 192.168.87....


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As far as I know, MS's solution can not allow us transfer the VM to local. You may try the solution from VMWare, they have a feature called local mode, which is similar to your requirement. Running VMware View Client with Local Mode


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This is not how shared storage works. The filesystem you are using (ext4) is not a cluster file system. As such, it can only be mounted read/write by a single system at a time. The fact that the volume can be made accessible to multiple systems at the same time does not change this basic tenet of the filesystem. If you need both systems to be able to ...


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Here's how to download virtual machine for Virutal Box and VMware: http://www.osboxes.org/android-x86/ Hope it helps!


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Sadly not specific reason was found. Updating packages of lxc, lxd and restarting server fixed the problem. I hope that permanently.


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Your host itself is already a virtual machine, and it sounds like you don't have access to the physical server or network. Depending on your hosting provider, bridging may or may not work. Bridging Prerequisites A virtual machine connected to a bridge needs to be able to obtain its own IP address as well as use its own unique MAC address. You would ...


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On the 2016 LiveCD, root login is disabled by default. Nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config Find the line that begins "PermitRootLogin". Uncomment the line and set to Yes. Commented lines used to denote default values, I presume that is still the case. PermitRootLogin yes Save and exit, then restart SSH.


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I think you copied the two commands from a blog that automatically turned a "-" character (U+002D HYPHEN-MINUS) into a "–" character (U+2013 EN DASH). You must use "-" rather than "–". Here are the corrected commands: VBoxManage modifyvm <VM_NAME> --hwvirtex off VBoxManage modifyvm <VM_NAME> --vtxvpid off


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Login to your Ubuntu in VMware. Click on Places and go to Network. Go inside Windows Network and go deeper and you will find user and then Public. This folder is nothing but your Windows Public folder. You can use this folder as a shared folder between host and guest machine.


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I got in the similar situation, was looking for hours, my case was that I needed to restart virtual box daemon /etc/init.d/virtualbox reload


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You need the use the kvm_intel nested=1 parameter when booting the kernel of your host OS (Mint Linux) to enable nested virtualization with KVM on an Intel-based system. As Mint is based on the Debian distribution, the instructions here will be useful to setup the system.


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There are several steps involved, I can get you started... Search CD in your Debian desktop, eject anything that is mounted there. In the VMWare Player menus: Player->Manage->Install VMWare Tools. Copy and Extract the VMWare Tools to another folder. Read through the ReadMe; it is better to install via Bash (but you are a Debian user, so you know that ...


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Your live Arch is being held virtually on your hard drive, it won't remain there until you have a proper install, virtual is basically a mirror image of the live operating system and is held by virtual memory which is also a temporary partition on your hard drive. There's usually a install link on your list of programs/ apps on your desktop to install or a ...


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First, you will need VMware's VDiskManager utility. If you do not already have it installed, you can download it here, scroll down to the "Attachments" section (has links for Windows, Mac, and Linux). You will also need OpenSSL if you haven't installed it already (Windows download link). If the VMDK is not already in "Monolithic Flat" form, you'll have to ...


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virt-manager gets its list of operating systems from libosinfo. The path to the database is /usr/share/libosinfo/db/oses. On Ubuntu, the package that provides this database is libosinfo-1.0-0. You have Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Trusty Tahr, which means that you can manually install the updated Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Xenial Xerus package libosinfo-1.0-0 without a ...


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Your proposed config has been working well for me for probably about 2 years now. I run my HTPC on Windows 8.1 with Hyper-V, and I run a "NAS" Hyper-V Guest Ubuntu machine. The Ubuntu VM OS disks runs from a VHD on my Windows disk, and I have 4 hard drives containing only a full disk size VHD on them, that are attached to the Ubuntu VM. The disks in ...


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How about creating a new VM, running a Linux distro? Once the new VM is ready, add the Android vmdk file as a second drive. This should mount in Linux with no problem. Steps (as example, but can be changed as needed): First, create and install a new Virtual Machine, running a Linux distro (e.g. one of Ubuntu, LinuxMint, ArchLinux, Fedora, etc.). Power ...


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as far as I can dig google and other stuff, ATM there is no working way to have any hardware passthrough (other than CPU) with Windows Host, even if on windows virtual box still got the option "--pciattach", any attempt to use that will make virtual machine crash while under Linux is working - 2 Gaming Rigs, 1 Tower - Virtualized Gaming Build Log (unraid is ...


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No, you can't, a binary app for simulator is different to binary app for app store. You can install apps on simulator only if .app file is signed for simulator, you need the code, build and install.


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I don't see this mentioned elsewhere, for a Windows guest I use C:\Windows\System32\sysprep.exe > Generalize > Shutdown on the guest machine before cloning it to avoid trouble with drivers/hardware/registry. On newer Windows versions it may fail unless the "Upgrade" key is deleted from HKLM\SYSTEM\Setup\ otherwise this is a pretty reliable method of ...


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Resetting windows to factory defaults may have killed your vmware workstation installation, but the disk files are probably still where they were before the reset. (E.g. on D:\vms\Ubuntu). You should be able to install vmware workstation again, point it to those files and everything should work. Alternatively, you can mount vmware disk files in windows. You ...


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If I create a Virtual Machine, with VMWare With what? vmware server? vmware player? wmware server? Vmware fusions. Wmware ESX? (hint: the tag vmware is deprecated for a reason). it gets a different IP address then the host (but only the last number). The external IP address will stay the same. (Correct?) That really depends on how you confgure the ...


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It sounds like you want to make your VMs look different to services outside your network. You can use TOR to accomplish this. You can install TOR on both VMs and request new IPs as necessary.


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I worded my question terribly. I found out the fix for my terrible ping...Disable-NetAdapterVmq!


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I think you have read it wrong. According to Microsoft Windows 10 requires at least 15 GB free space to be installed. You can see this in the error message. Increase the VM storage to at least 20 GB and then try again.


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What i made to get lbp-810 working on Windows 10 (32 bit). While restarting your computer, hold left shift (keep it down and and press restart). When your PC starts your get prompted windows. Select troubleshoot...Advanced options..Startup Settings...Press Restart. Now your PC restarts and you get prompted window. Press 7 (Disable driver signature ...


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The page you refer to includes a link to the API to use from Windows guests (as well as Linux guests). I believe this is what you're looking for. Also, the QEMU Guest Agent source code has a working example of how the qemu guest agent uses virtio-serial within Windows.


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i've used xen hypervisor type 1 and 2 successfully. prefer type 1. but sounds like you're gonna need type 2. From what I've read, rpm based distros are getting, or should have, xen support now. I know openSuSE has it, I use Debian on one test machine and citrix xenserver on another. create your virtual switch appropriately and you should be golden.



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