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To remove a virtual machine completely from Virtual Box we can select it from the Virtual Box Manager: On right click context menu select Remove or press Ctrl + R: On choosing Delete all files all files associated to this machine including snapshots will be irreversibly removed. In case we had created a VDI virtual hard drive used for other machines ...
This command deletes your system irrevocably. sudo rm -rf / deletes everything recursively from root down to other directories , including kernel and any system binaries. Works in both VM and physically installed OS.
You can use the command line: VBoxManage clonevm <uuid|vmname> This command creates a full or linked copy of an existing virtual machine. The clonevm subcommand takes at least the name of the virtual machine which should be cloned. The following additional settings can be used to further configure the clone VM operation: ...
You could also try vagrant. This is a super easy way to create and work with VM's and Ubuntu releases images that are scrutinized and used by thousands of developers. Using vagrant is super easy. Install vagrant apt-get install vagrant Add a box of the distro you want vagrant box add trusty/amd64 Start the VM vagrant up UPDATE: For a simple ...
The question of whether these scripts were excluded on purpose or not is very vague, and may not have a firm answer in fact. There's no mention of it anywhere and I believe the VBox packages are community maintained anyway. I haven't been able to find a true answer, but I know that there is a bug in Debian on this that's been untouched since May 2014 on ...
On the hub you mention (https://atlas.hashicorp.com) every creator can publish her own build and share it for free. Thought this is not obligated most of the times a box is created with a lot of provisioners in mind. Especially a box made by Hashicorp should support many provisioners (puppet, chef, salt, ansible, docker etc). Furthermore these gems will ...
Make sure the VM you are trying to clone is powered off. In the GUI right click on the VM you want to clone and should the clone option.
You are booting From Network PXE. Just be sure that you already added your ISO to the CD controller, Go to settings -> storage -> CD/DVD Drive and coose your ISO. Also be sure to make CD boot order is prior you can do it from settings -> System -> Boot order then uncheck Netwrok and Floppy and check CD/DVD and Hard Disk making CD as the first order
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