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Not sure what's your goal there but normally you'd install Xenserver to manage virtual machines inside the same server (on its most basic config). You can also have server pools with extra hardware in different locations, aka your laptop. In that scenario you sitll have to install Xen software and configure them to work together. In the case you are ...
You're effectively asking two distinct opinion based questions that aren't really Ubuntu based. (1) Hardware: Effectively, if it's a remote user, the application would have to communicate to some server backend, and the software would have to exist at the remote location, and have a server backend as well. In turn, the 'remote' client has to detect the ...
If you are using network-manager, the location of the connections is: /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/ You will find all the Wired and Wireless connections here, you can modify or delete any connection if you want. After making any change run sudo service network-manager restart.
You need to edit the file /etc/network/interfaces To get more info, you can visit Network Configuration To list all your available interfaces, you can use the command sudo ifconfig -a
Just get rid of the two "if...fi" blocks in pre-start and post-stop in /etc/init/networking.conf so that "service networking restart" to work again.
The following worked for me: sudo virt-install -n virt64_01 -r 8192 \ --disk path=/media/newhd/virt64_01.img,bus=virtio,size=50 \ -c ubuntu-14.04.1-server-amd64.iso \ --network bridge=br0,model=virtio,mac=52:54:00:b2:cb:b0 \ --network bridge=br1,model=virtio \ --video=vmvga --graphics vnc,listen=0.0.0.0 --noautoconsole -v --vcpus=4 Note: I specify the MAC ...
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