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Later versions of Ubuntu require computers with PAE. Sudodus is doing a project making Later versions of Ubuntu run on some computers without PAE flag, (Pentium M and Celeron M): https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Lubuntu-fake-PAE https://help.ubuntu.com/community/In...dSystemFakePAE I have a computer without PAE and I used an old kernel to make 12.04 work ...
Windows has its "own" localhost, so you have to "help" it find Ubuntu's one. In your virtual machine, go to this ip http://10.0.2.2/ and it should work. You can edit windows host file to make "localhost" point to that ip so you don't have to remember it. In: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts Add: 10.0.2.2 localhost
First, make sure the web server process is running. Type 'localhost:8080' in a browser window on your Ubuntu machine. If you get the page you were expecting proceed to next step, otherwise start the webserver process and retry. Second, make sure that both machines are on the same sub-network. i.e. something like 192.168.x.y/255.255.255.0 and ...
You could set the virtual machine to use a bridged connection. That way the virtual machine will get its own IP-address, and you should be able to connect to the host machine. Right click on the host machine (while it is not running) Choose 'Settings' Choose 'Network' Under the 'Adapter 1' tab, set 'Attached to' to 'Bridged Adapter'.
You can run an Ubuntu virtual machine inside an Ubuntu host. You can use these: Oracle Virtualbox which is available in software center and Vmware Workstation which you should download the bundle and install it yourself. Note: VirtualBox is free, while VMWare Workstation is paid. if any other question please ask..
I'm running Ubuntu-Gnome 13.04 in virtual box under windows7 professional. Do the install using defaults. After first install, empty dvd drive from devices menu if not empty. You must then install the system from Ubuntu desktop since I assume yours, like mine is running in trial mode. Ignore no hd error. You will not overwrite your hd but will install into ...
You're typing apt=get install Instead of apt-get install The first one sets an environment variable called apt to the value get, and then runs the install program, which is a much lower level utility used when compiling your own software (which most people do not do). The second one runs the utility apt-get, which is a command line interface to the ...
Well to get started, just type startx at the prompt, and that should do it. startx will start the GUI that will allow you running a single session of the X Window System.
i think https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VMware/Tools and http://hashprompt.blogspot.in/2012/10/vmware-workstation-804-installation-on.html links will help you..
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