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Ubuntu 14.04 came with the 3.13 kernel, not 3.2. It seems you are still running on an old kernel which was left around from an upgrade from 12.04. You should reboot into the newer kernel, and then purge all old kernels from your system.
Your user is not in the group that has access the serial port. You can either run Virtualbox as root (Not recommended ), or add your user to the group. sudo usermod -a -G dialout <username> You might have to logout and login again to make this work. Cheers
First check the actual permissions on your host system. Something like: ~ ls -l /dev/ttyS0 Mine is: crw-rw---- 1 root dialout 4, 64 2016-05-24 07:34:52 /dev/ttyS0 This means thay either I need to be root (first 'rw-' from left) or I need to be in the dialout group (second 'rw-' from left). Try from command line a check with command id like: ~ id ...
Since you as well asked how to do it the cool way (ssh) I'll cover that, only thing for you to find out is how to get ssh on your MAC since I have never touched and never will touch one. 1. Preparation: Open virtualbox and go into the preferences via menu, go to the network tab and click on the little plus icon under host only networks, this will add an ...
Older releases of Virtual Box are still available through downloading a DEB package from Oracle: Download Virtual Box Old Builds We can see that for version 4.3. all sub-releases are still supported and available, including the extension files. After downloading the appropriate Debian package we can install it by a double click with the Software Center ...
I have not tried this, but I just talked to a guy at System76 about why the Oryx Pro (which is a rebranded Clevo 650RE) doesn't have the 4k screen option that's offered on that frame. He said that while Ubuntu 'works' it was not a 'nice out-of-box experience', so I'm guessing it doesn't look great.
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