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