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IF the host is never going to be using that interface, then you really shouldn't do anything on the host. Instead setup virtual box to bridge the virtual interface for your VM directly to that physical interface. Then setup your VM as if it was physically connected to whatever that interface was connected to.
Adding a layer of FreeNAS inside of VirtualBox will not make your configuration more reliable, given your reason for not wanting to use Ubuntu. With regard to UPS functions, I prefer to keep them as close to bare-metal as possible. In this case, your Ubuntu host system should handle that. In reality, I don't bother with UPS integration much anymore, since ...
Question 1: Could be a corrupt filesystem. Run fsck and see if it fixes the problem. Question 2: You have to resize your partition and your filesystem. The partition can be resized using parted. The filesystem has to be resized using a tool specific for your filesystem, for example resize2fs for ext2/ext3/ext4, xfs_growfs for xfs and so on. Here is a guide ...
Solved by opening port 80 in router.
You need to edit your /etc/hosts file as follows. 127.0.0.1 localhost streamsy.com but this way you won't get reach real streamsy.com because it's hosted on 188.8.131.52 (unless this is your ip address)
Don't you mean iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -s 10.254.254.234 -j DNAT --to-destination 10.0.2.15 (the rule you have is two destination addresses)
For whom have tried below, but not success. fs0: cd EFI/boot grubx64.efi Check your virtualbox setting, General > Basic > Version. If it read "Ubuntu", change to "Ubuntu (64bit)" and boot again. Then you should boot into grub not EFI shell.
nested domain 0 is the wise thing to do, you can manipulate any virtual domain 0 to pass the cpu tags like vt-x but there will be a lot of fighting for control of the cpu
Hyper-V does not expose VT extensions to the guests. This is why you can't run Hyper-V (or many other hypervisors) inside of Hyper-V.
VMware has a tool called vmware-diskmanager. On a mac with Fusion, it's hidden in "/Applications/VMware Fusion.app/Contents/Library/". You can use this tool to repair VirtualBox VMDK disks as well. Run vmware-diskmanager -R .vmdk. It saved me a couple of times already. The good news is that you can download this utility if you don't have vmware. It's at ...
I asked this question on askubuntu.com here http://askubuntu.com/questions/409862/virtualbox-forward-specific-ip-to-guest Mods, feel free to delete one or t'other! Here is the way o solved the problem though After a LOT of trial and error, this seems to be the most reliable option... http://wiki.hetzner.de/index.php/Netzkonfiguration_Debian/en#Bridged ...
When you move the disk image, the installed OS is not aware of that, and it tries to boot with the drivers for the controllers of the previously used virtualization platform. Windows, when it cannot find the driver for the currently installed disk controller, BSOD's and reboots. This is pretty much the same as moving a windows hard drive between different ...
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