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Solution provided by @Cornelius didn't works for me. Found follow terminal command that fix issue: sudo apt-get install virtualbox-guest-dkms virtualbox-guest-utils virtualbox-guest-x11 Reboot. All works fine.


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Run this as a provisioning script: https://github.com/chef/bento/blob/master/packer/scripts/ubuntu/networking.sh See here for some more details: https://github.com/mitchellh/packer/issues/866


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I've done this with a Win 8.1 host, using (at various times) MS Hyper-V, VMware, and VirtualBox. Also MS Virtual PC under Win 7. It "just works". Do it. :)


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First Problem: Not being able to see the test projects What was wrong is your folder mapping, specifically this part of your homestead.yaml file folders: - map: C:/www/laravel_projects/test to: /home/vagrant/Code sites: - map: example.app to: /home/vagrant/Code/Laravel/public I have a hunch it should read: folders: - map: C:/www/laravel_projects ...


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I could solve this by following the steps below. Created a host-only adapter by going to setting of virtual machine as below Check the first three decimal parts of windows 7 virtual machine ip address ex : It is 192.168.56 in my case Go to virtual box -> Preferences -> Network. Select the host-only Networks tab. click the edit button. Change the ...


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Is xubuntu booting and running from this external drive, or is this just an add-on drive? If the former, then yes provided you have USB3 port you will get a substantial improvement in speed by using a USB3-based external drive and especially if this drive is SSD. It will still be slower than an internal drive.


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When you add a new VDI to the guest, you need to create a filesystem from within the guest. If you create a filesystem i.e. ext4 then you can set the number of inodes with the -N parameter. See also: http://linux.die.net/man/8/mkfs.ext4 or man mkfs.ext4


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If you haven't deleted the files manually or are untouched by VirtualBox when you deleted the virtual machine, then yes, you can restore the machine. All you have to do is open VirtualBox, Click on Machine -> Add. A window should appear to choose .xml or .vbox file. Browse to the location where your virtual machine files are kept and choose the .vbox ...


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That allocation is the number of GUEST cpus not the number of HOST cpus that can be used. While they are often very similar, virtualbox tries to use as little CPU as possible, they are not the same. Virtualbox, and any other VM software, will need to use some of your host CPU to emulate the other devices. (such as the video card) The fact that your mouse ...


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Restarting my host computer fixed it. I guess because the 4k Resolution had been applied and I hadn't restarted yet. Logging off probably could have worked too.


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The problem was caused by an entry in the hosts file which was created by the hostmanager plugin which I used with my VirtualBox / Vagrant setup. (Actually the problem was me, trying to assign app01 to my workstation where it already was (locally) assigned to the VM.) Because the entry is in the hosts file, I see no DNS lookups. Since I specified the ...


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When you clone a vm under virtualbox it generates a new uuid for the virtual hard disk. you can use the "vboxmanage showhdinfo" command to see what the original vhd uuid was and what the new vhd uuid is. Armed with this you will have to edit your bootloader (usually grub for linux) to replace the old vhd uuid with the new (cloned) vhd uuid OR edit grub to ...


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I had to hit HOST + C to disable stretched display (Right-Control C) and the Devices menu was shown on the Guest window NOT on the Virtual Box window.


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This powershell script does the work: clone the machine that is already activated. close virtualbox precesses from task manager. run this script, modifing the variables to your values. Remember that the virtual machines names are case sensitive. $ORIGVirtualMachineName="BaseDevWin7" $clonedVirtualMachineName="DevWin7a" $vboxDir="c:\Program ...


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Your question is related to the concept of oversubscription [1] (allocating more virtual/logical resources than are physically available) in virtualization. In general, it is safe to oversubscribe on CPU, but not on memory. Typically hypervisors reserve memory ahead of time, which deprives the host of its use, reserving the RAM for the guest. However, CPU ...


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No virtual machine hypervisor I know support 64-bit virtual machines in an x86 CPU without virtualization, because isolation of the virtual machine would be impossible without it. The initial version of x86-64 (AMD64) did not allow for a software-only full virtualization due to the lack of segmentation support in long mode, which made the protection of ...


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There are circumstances under which Windows 7 will not respond to a ping request. These include: From time to time there is an issue with Windows 7 computers in the network: they do not answer ping requests although everything seems properly configured and other clients in the same network work fine. This is because only clients with activated ...


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It might be an issue in "pussinboots/ubuntu-truly-full" box(not sure). Best solution is create your own custom box(as requirement needs). You can enable GUI by modifying Vagrantfile. config.vm.provider :virtualbox do |vb| vb.gui = true end


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Please update to the latest version of VirtualBox, version 4.3.26. The Devices menu will normally only be shown at the top of the virtual machine window when a virtual machine is running. You can also also use the keyboard shortcut to insert the Guest Additions CD. By default, to do this, hold down the Ctrl key on the right right of your keyboard, and hit ...


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If you aren't using any bandwidth controls then chances are the Win7 box is saturating your downpipe causing packet loss for any other connections. If your VirtualBox OS is downloading a huge file does your seperate Win7 box have connectivity problems? It should. That would be normal. If I'm downloading a linux iso and it's actually saturating my Uverse ...


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I don't have enough rep yet to comment, so I post this as an answer. If your internet service provider allows PPPoE connections, you can find a guide on how to do a routerless configuration for Ubuntu here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ADSLPPPoE I used it in the past to have 2 separate ADSL accounts in South Africa, where all ISP's use the same ...


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My first port of call would be to try and eliminate the host-only adapter setting. I have only had bad experience with it in the past. I suggest you make a clone of the virtual machine in question, change both of the windows machines' network types to bridged (so that they can connect out to your physical LAN) and then start them both up and see if they ...


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Depending on what you are trying to achieve with your network adapter settings, host-only is not the correct setting for you if you actually want the VM to have a network connection outside of the host you are running it on... I am running an XP VM with fairly recent version of Oracle VirtualBox, and my network settings are as follows (configured as ...


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go to your virtual machine display properties and put monitor count at max; this will also give you the max ceiling for video memory just above it. go on and move your slider for video memory all the way to max and ok it. start your virtual machine. let your virtual machine run for a few minutes then shut it down. go back into the virtual machine display ...


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Windows XP doesn't have drivers for the Intel PRO/1000 card. Try selecting the PCNet FAST III network card instead. You can set it in the VM settings.


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i don't remember the exact same errors, but please make sure you have following packages installed in your guest centos by running: yum install -y kernel kernel-headers kernel-devel kernel-firmware make gcc gcc-c++ libgcc vbox needs development tools installed for building the guest additions


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I've found the problem the vmdk file don't have a partition, the file has the whole disk. So I used the 'skip' and 'count' dd's options for specific the partition and works fine For get the offsets i use the command sfdisk $ sfdisk -l -uS my-disk.img my-disk.img1 * 2048 36702207 36700160 83 Linux my-disk.img2 36704254 37746687 ...


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Obviously your system file uxtheme.dll is patched to support 3-rd party themes. Restoring the original file will solve this problem.


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Practically the only difference between multi-user.target and graphical.target is that the latter additionally starts display-manager.service if one exists. [They're not called "runlevel 3" & "runlevel 5" anymore.] But a minimal install doesn't have any display manager. You'll need to install one, such as GDM (the default for GNOME), and systemctl ...


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No: Nero InfoTool currently does not work with Virtualbox.


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I had to go into virtual machine’s settings> storage> SATA controller> check use host i/o cache.


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Out of the box, UrlRewrite can only do rewrites to the same page, like this: <rule name="Rewrite to article.aspx"> <match url="^article/([0-9]+)/([_0-9a-z-]+)" /> <action type="Rewrite" url="article.aspx?id={R:1}&amp;title={R:2}" /> </rule> It seems you are trying to do a rewrite to entirely another site on another domain and ...


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Packer currently requires that an SSH server is installed and running in the guest OS (virtual machine). Edit Autounattend.xml and add the command that installs OpenSSH. Make sure it's the last command and that the Order is correct. Reference: https://github.com/joefitzgerald/packer-windows/issues/141#issuecomment-82056372 For an example command and ...


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None of the above worked for me. Nor any of what I found on the net actually... TL;DR If any of you have the same issue, this is the way I fixed it : # cleanup old stuff apt-get autoremove --purge virtualbox virtualbox-dkms virtualbox-qt # install echo "deb http://http.debian.net/debian/ wheezy-backports main contrib" > ...


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Access disk image via loop device (Found here: http://blog.mybox.ro/2010/11/03/how-to-use-a-raw-disk-image-file-in-virtualbox/) Step 1: Associate the disk image with a loop device. $ losetup /dev/loop0 /path/to/usb.img Step 2: Create a virtual disk and register it with VirtualBox. $ VBoxManage internalcommands createrawvmdk -filename /path/to/usb.vmdk ...


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It's not the solution I'd have liked, but at least it works: I can change the %SystemRoot%\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts file after booting into protected mode (F8).


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Solved (at least partially). Install a new Windows mouse scheme


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Browser software for sure refers to the client aka your computer. If you run Firefox, and find the corresponding Firefox version in your Wireshark output, you're good. Your second question is the question for the server's Web server software, and you should find that information in the same TCP stream.


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According to VMWare's site this is the answer: This issue is resolved in vSphere 5.0 Update 3. To work around this issue, manually create a CPUID mask for the affected virtual machines: To manually create a CPUID mask for the affected virtual machines: Power down the virtual machine. Right-click the virtual machine and click Edit Settings. Click the ...


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A few things that helped me get going: Ensure your BIOS is configured to allow your VM's to run all the things. After downloading the ISO, mount it using one of the many free available ISO mounting tools. Tell the VM to use the host drive you just mounted: Ensure the CD and HDD are both mounted as IDE not SATA. At this point I got an error about missing ...


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I've solved the problem. Basically the following needs to be done : Set the network adapter of vm in 'Bridged Mode'. [Do research on net about what it does] Set a static ip address to your fedora. This can help! Now enable port-forwarding in your router and forward the SSH(port 22) to the VM's static ip. Install a ssh-server in your linux. This can help! ...


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Go to File > Preferences > Input and click the Host key, then press the desired key combination to switch to host machine. The best option is install guest addition and you need not use any key, it will behave like any other window on host. If it is a Windows host, the guest addition software is present in VboxGuestAddition.iso which is located at ...


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I had the same issues after I moved my VMs to another location. I found out that you can just open the .vbox file with fx. double click or open with (of course only if the .vbox is associated with VirtualBox) from the file system (file explorer). Then it will open in VirtualBox and add it to the list for next time. If you have some path that have changed, ...


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Apparently you need to install GNOME Desktop. Therefore, if you want a desktop environment in Cent-OS, you need to install the GNOME Desktop. I selected minimal install(big mistake) and the proper one with the Desktop UI environment is GNOME Desktop installation. I hope this will help someone's first time installing Cent-OS :) Also, this can maybe benefit ...


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Try disabling 3D accelaration on the Guest. There are some reported problems with AMD graphics cards with 3D acceleration enabled. See e.g. https://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/12772


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I resolved the issue by switching to a standalone SSH client. The problem isn't with the VM, it's with the host -- the Mac's SSH client just acts funny. Not sure what the exactly issue with the SSH client is, but switching to a different one just solved it.


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In your vagrant file, use a bridged network type then you can access it from another machine. This line for example: config.vm.network :public_network


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To fix the error, install the VirtualBox Extension Pack into your host VirtualBox. Make sure you also have the Guest Additions installed on the guest. You may need to enable the USB 2.0 controller from the VM settings under Settings>Ports>USB:


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For android kitkat 4.4 enable nat for network adapter and "Paravirtualized Network(virtio-net)" for the adapter type.


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I had this very same issue just a min ago on two computers (windows 8 and windows 10), what I did is run "vagrant up && vagrant ssh", followed by: netstat -ntlp | grep LISTEN And compared this with someone on Laravel's IRC channel, first thing that caught my attention is that I was missing this nginx entry on the netstat output: tcp 0 ...



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