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A user posted a very similar problem on the Arch forums. He solved it by installing net-tools. A quote from his post: Apparently Virtual Box uses ifconfig rather than ip for setting up the network, just installing net-tools solved the issue. So, try that simple solution first.
You need to setup passive ports for computers behind NAT according to Configuring ProFTPD behind NAT. Here is how: First add the PassivePorts directive in your proftpd.conf to control what ports ProFTPD will use for its passive data transfers: PassivePorts 60000 65535 # just a suggestion, can be adjusted Restart ProFTPD. Now add this port range ...
@Konstantin Set Static IP to Linux VM (Linux Mint) is running in Virtualbox. can you try the below process Step 1 : take backup of the file interface sudo cp /etc/network/interfaces /etc/network/interfaces-bk Step 2: edit the file interfaces as follows sudo vi /etc/network/interfaces # The loopback network interface ...
I am using Virtual Box 5.0.10 with Windows 10.0 (Pro), build 10240 and it works perfectly
It is certainly not piracy to distribute an unlicensed copy of the software. If they will need to license it though they need to match the license rather precisely, and this could make the whole proposal unworkable. For example, they need a license that: a) matches the language of your Windows 7 b) is 32 or 64 bit appropriately c) matches your Windows ...
As Nate mentioned, as long as your VM will mostly serve running a single-threaded process, there is little reason to allocate more than one core. However, if you plan to use it in a way that can benefit from more cores (multi-threaded program, many parallel programs, ..), the story is more complicated. I previously assumed that using half of your CPU's for ...
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