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In the BIOS I had to change the following settings Security > Execute Disable (set to On) Performance > Virtualization (set to On) Performance > VT for Direct I/O Access (set to On) Performance > Trusted Execution (set to Off) In my case first 3 i have already turned on, and what i had to turn off was Performance > Trusted Execution Thanks to ...
First off, make sure you backup everything you've got on the Windows partitions. I would then suggest trying gparted. It might let you remove the existing Windows partitions and expand the Ubuntu partitions without losing any data (depending on how the partitions are laid out).
I just want to share my solution as I just fixed same problem for me. I am using ubuntu 14.04 x64, however native instead of booting in virtualbox. Tl;dr: sudo dpkg --configure -a solved my problem. I tried manually booting using mount /boot/efi but it exited with error 32: mount :wrong fs type, bad option,bad superblock... It asked me to check dmesg | ...
In case other people get to this question: For those using VirtualBox, it already can take care of this, only involves editing a file: # Contents of /etc/default/virtualbox # ... # ... # SHUTDOWN_USERS="foo bar" # check for running VMs of user 'foo' and user 'bar' # 'all' checks for all active users # SHUTDOWN=poweroff # SHUTDOWN=acpibutton # ...
Yes you can install a ssh server on the windows guest. Options range from cygwin and several ssh servers are available. See http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles-tutorials/windows-server-2008/install-SSH-Server-Windows-Server-2008.html You can download cygwin here - https://www.cygwin.com/ When you run the installer (cygwin.exe) you may choose what to ...
Enable Intel (R) Virtualization Technology and Intel (R) VT-d Feature in BIOS settings.
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