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The solution for me was ESET, if you turn off all SSL/TLS ... it works !


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sudo qemu-img resize --shrink /var/lib/libvirt/images/[operating sys filename].qcow2 20G This should give an absolute value to resize smaller, down to 20G in this example.


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UFW (uncomplicated firewall) is a firewall configuration tool that runs on top of iptables, included by default within Ubuntu distributions. It provides a streamlined interface for configuring common firewall use cases via the command line. By default, when enabled UFW will block external access to all ports on a server. In practice, that means if you are ...


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The workaround I found was using this script: #!/bin/bash __get_random_string () { openssl rand -hex "${1}" | cut -c "1-${1}" } __my_vm='Win' VBoxManage setextradata "${__my_vm}" "VBoxInternal/Devices/pcbios/0/Config/DmiBIOSVendor" "American Megatrends Inc" VBoxManage setextradata "${__my_vm}...


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I know this is late, but can be useful for others. rsync is an invaluable tools to reduce network transfers, but it does not reduce required disk bandwidth for changed files with default settings as it first copies the entire file, then it applies the required changes and finally it renames the temp file to the original name. You can try with --inplace to ...


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As a workaround, Logon with WinSCP Copy vmdk files under /vmfs/volumes/<ID>/.


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A serial console allows you to connect to your VM using tools such as screen orminicom, typically to debug your kernel when doing system development, or simply to have an additional console while running a Unix-like OS. Using 'mon:stdio' allows you to send commands alternatively to qemu itself and to the serial console. See these examples. This is mostly ...


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