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The reason we can not run a 64-bit guest in Virtual Box even when run on a 64-bit host is that 64-bit guests don't make use of software virtualization. They depend on hardware virtualization to work: VirtualBox's 64-bit guest support (added with version 2.0) and multiprocessing (SMP, added with version 3.0) both require hardware virtualization to be ...


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Ensure CPU virtualisation is on in your BIOS/UEFI virtual box can give strange errors when this is off since it now allows you to run a guest OS WITHOUT this feature turned on. you can check by downloading the Intel Processor Identification Utility http://www.intel.com/support/processors/tools/piu/sb/CS-014921.htm


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I had this problem too, created a folder named /home/user/shared on the host and then used virt-manager to add the folder and mounted it as a 9p virtio on the qemu VM. I checked out the settings in /etc/apparmor.d/libvirt and it has entries for the new /home/user/shared, and I noticed it only had 'r' permission for /home/user/shared but it has rw for all ...


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Yes, you can: Snappy is just a stripped down version of Ubuntu, and Ubuntu works inside Docker. The fact that Snappy does not appear inside the public Docker repository implies that you have to do things manually. First, get the latest image: wget http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-core/preview/ubuntu-core-alpha-02_amd64-virt.img This file is a QCOW2 ...


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No, you do not need to create any NTFS partitions. If you are going to install Ubuntu on your laptop and then install Windows inside a virtual machine, you do not need to create an NTFS partition to install Windows nor would you need to create an NTFS partition to share personal files between Ubuntu and Windows. For the installation, what the virtual ...



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