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In the end I managed to solve this puzzle in a unexpected easy way using the preinstalled command line utility dd see Disk Cloning. As shown below I now have my 160GB drive in my guest OS stored in a 160GB fixed VirtualBox vdi file. I solved it using following steps: Add source vdi MSWIN7.vdi with MS Windows 7 to a Ubuntu VM as a second disk. Create a ...
Following the suggestion of user228273 i could find configuration that solved the problem: First I created a tap interface named tap0, and I brought it up: ip tuntap add mode tap tap0 ip link set tap0 up if one of the previous command fails, it is probably because you already have a tap0 interface. Use the command ip link show to assess the situation, ...
I came across this issue with an older version of VirtualBox (virtualbox-4.1.18) on windows and ubuntu host machines. The problem was that i was running Ubuntu 14.04.4 server 32bit from the Ubuntu site (vanilla version). I installed Ubuntu 14.04.1 server 32bit and it worked! I then upgraded the install to Ubuntu 14.04.4 and it still works! It turns out ...
Having problems with the VirtualBox built-in converter (Hyper-V would not open the disks), I had better success with Disk2vhd from Microsoft SysInternals - just run the EXE inside the VM you want to migrate. Detailed instructions at https://hyperv.veeam.com/blog/how-to-convert-physical-machine-hyper-v-virtual-machine-disk2vhd/ Cons You do need to run ...
found here the answer http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/145997/trying-to-ssh-to-local-vm-ubuntu-with-putty on my local machine the ssh server is running so the port is overlap with my VM so need to change on the setting port forwarding different from 22 example 2222 and then access to it ssh -p 2222 username@vm1-ip
You can try using VirtualBox and set up it with Windows Server. You can download Oracle Virtual Box with this link link In the web there're many tutorials for do it, I can recommend you this guide for virtualbox
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