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Practically, the whole point of desktop virtualization is being able to do that. So, yes, it should work fine, especially if its both on VMware workstation. The hardware the VM sees would be identical.


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Yes - the 'poweroff' command should work when you are connected via ssh to the ESXi server. Source: https://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1013193


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First goto your VM Image, click on edit, go to options tab, you will see shared title with yellow folder icon, turn it on, and add the folder you want to share. Turn your Guest ON and for example u have macOS or Ubuntu as guest OS, check your home folder, u will have network available, browse that it will have shared folder, which will contain your shared ...


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I don't know of a good way to link them but you can convert your Windows Partition to a VHD by following this guide. http://www.howtogeek.com/213145/how-to%C2%A0convert-a-physical-windows-or-linux-pc-to-a-virtual-machine/


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VirtualBox is probably going to be your best bet since you're only looking to have one VM running at a time. It can do audio no sweat, but 3D acceleration is going to be limited. For one, it will only support up to 256M of RAM for graphics at this time, so anything requiring more will be a no-go. Don't bother with the remote access unless you really need ...


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libvirt solution: Converting from domain XML config to VMware VMX config. The virsh domxml-to-native provides a way to convert a domain XML config into a VMware VMX config. This is a new tool without much documentation yet, but no options should really be needed. https://libvirt.org/drvesx.html This was an older solution: Under Convert Domain XML Format ...


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I had the same problem, also in a VM (although Ubuntu 14.04 under VMWare Workstation). The problem was a permissions problem between my Ubuntu VM guest user and my Windows host user. Although on the VM I can create directories and files on the Windows file system mounted within the VM, the "go get" had the same error you did. I did not get the error if I ...


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Uninstalling Hyper-V, which windows installed by default for some reason, solved this problem and many other problems I had with my virtual machine. It can be uninstalled using the following steps: 1. Go to Control Panel --> Programs and Features 2. On the right side of the window, click on Turn Windows features on or off. A dialog box should open 3. ...



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