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comment Accidentally deleted all kernel files from /boot
I suggest you ask a new question, since I don't know enough about Virtualbox to answer your question. I know you can boot from CD but don't know about USB.
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answered Operating VirtualBox 5 on old Pentium 4 32bit CPU with 4GB RAM
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comment Accidentally deleted all kernel files from /boot
And then VNC to access the virtual console: grenville.wordpress.com/2012/03/14/…
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comment Accidentally deleted all kernel files from /boot
So for virtualbox you can use vboxmanage to attach an iso superuser.com/questions/741734/…
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comment Accidentally deleted all kernel files from /boot
If your VM is on e.g. VMWare ESX, you can create snapshots on the VM from within vSphere, any then return a VM to a previous snapshot regardless of what has happened to the OS on the VM. I'm confused about your talk of data center and Live USB. For a VM you need to get to the virtual console, and connect a virtual Live CD ISO to the VM so that you can recover from that.
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answered Accidentally deleted all kernel files from /boot
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answered Sophos Remote Management & VuuPC - can my business partner access my private data?
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answered Ubuntu server - Access denied UNTIL login with root user
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comment Mount shared folder on windows on linux redhat 5.5
redhat linux 5 only went to 5.2 and was released in 1997 - are you sure you don't mean some other distribution?
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comment On linux ubuntu 'sudo apt-get…' fail
Check network connectivity from your VM. Can you access the network at all. Also check if you need a proxy to access the internet.
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comment Computer without Graphic Card, Asus P8P67
@DavidCary I think it will depend on the machine - some will boot (although you need to make sure the OS doesn't hang looking for the card), others will just hang (and beep) if they don't find a graphics card. Others will emulate a display over a serial console.
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revised Where exactly L1, L2 and L3 Caches located in computer?
Correct of to off
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answered Unable to git pull while using putty
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comment Unable to git pull while using putty
are you logging in via the GUI when directly logging in on the Ubuntu machine?
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answered Installing new OS without screen?