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Hmm ... baffling ... I have found a way around this problem. I still don't understand the original issue but it went away when I did the following: I had set the DNS server on each machine that I was using to test from because I didn't want to upset the 'Super User' who was hitting the internet with full force this morning. By super user I mean my wife. ...


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This answer to a related question explains that the difference between these disk images is that the "64-bit Mac (AMD64)" version forces BIOS-mode (rather than UEFI) booting to avoid lack of support for multi-catalog CDs in the EFI boot mode of Mac machines. So it sounds like I should be able to use either version, since the boot-time pseudo-firmware is ...


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VirtualBox has very limited support for Mac guests, so I would suggest the AMD-64 version to prevent the possibility that some odd hardware emulation causes problems.


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You are installing in virtual box so any of the above version is fine.but i suggest 64-bit mac because you are using mavericks.have fun with ubuntu


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To restore the exports use zfs share -a. This will happen at boot if you set ZFS_SHARE="yes" in /etc/default/zfs. Your manual setup looks okay, but you did not make it clear if your data/music_lossless zfs is actually mounted on /mnt/data/music_lossless.


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When attempting to extract the folder you need to choose "extract to" and then choose a folder that isn't located on the virtual cdrom. Then you can run the scripts from the extracted location. Your first screenshot errors are because you are extracting to the cdrom (which is read-only).


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To create unallocated space, take your installation drive for Ubuntu, and click Try Ubuntu without installing from the GRUB Startup menu. Once logged in, look for GParted in the Ubuntu search menu. Once opened, select your Ubuntu partition, right-click it, then click "Resize" from the menu. Resize to the desired size, then install Maverick in the unallocated ...


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this is an old question, but why don't you try HIP for Linux [1]. You can run it together with miredo daemon [2] to support NAT traversal. Binaries for Ubuntu are available at the hipl.hiit.fi site. [1] http://www.linuxjournal.com/magazine/host-identity-protocol-linux [2] http://hipl.hiit.fi/hipl/manual/HOWTO.html#teredo


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I know this is old, but there is another way around it that seems to work just fine for me. Since all of the files were owned by a "root" user, all I did was issue su root from the terminal and ls -lah /media/Macintosh HD from there. By using root, I was able to bypass the permission denied error.


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I know that several months passed since you asked this, but I just accomplish did it successfully and I'll post here for others. Besides turn off journaling first at all, it is capital equalize the UID and GUI; in MacOs your user is 501/20 and on Ubuntu 1001/99 or higher. Be careful, because you must let Ubuntu show user ID < 1000 - explained below - or ...



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