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Christian's instructions are very helpful, but there is a minor glitch in the "brand string" bash script. The order must be: registers=(eax ebx ecx edx) otherwise the string will be all messed up.


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I see the question is adequately answered, but I would like to add that I see you're connecting to this server via ssh on port 5566. I read once on this site that communicating via SSH on unprivileged ports (being everything above 1024) is unsafe. When you are logged onto a system as a non-root user (anyone not being uid 0), you cannot create a listing ...


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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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You can use a CMD command to add an IP route. Example adapted to your case: ROUTE ADD 10.10.0.0 MASK 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.20 METRIC 5 ^-net to reach ^-subnet mask ^-gateway to use ^-keep that number low You can use the parameter -p after ROUTE to keep that route across reboots (i.e. ROUTE -P). And remember to run that command in an ...


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You can use the tool Securable which will tell you if your chip support virtualization extensions and if it is enabled.


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The difference is essentially the one between operating system level virtualization and hypervisor based virtualization. When you launch bash from the Windows Start menu, you get a text window with access to a full Ubuntu command line environment from where you can install any userland Ubuntu package. Unlike what you would get with a traditional VM, there ...



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