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To remove the message once: click the X button. To remove the message once and for all: click the crossed-out balloon next to the X. To reinstate these messages, go to Settings -> User Interface -> File - Reset all warnings (this is my translation, could be slightly different).


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In your router forward port 80 and 443 to 192.168.56.10 Then when an external request hits port 80 or 443 http https it will be routed to the VM guest machine at 192.168.56.10 This may only work if your default gateway is 192.168.56.1 or you may have to change the static address on the guest so matches the gateway .. for instance if your default gateway ...


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I once had a very similar problem, providing read-write access to the shared folder. It was possible to read files but I was not allowed to write files to the shared source path folder. Unix & Linux - KVM / QEMU / Virt-Manager : How can I store files in the mounted shared folder The root cause is that the guest system is running as libvirt-qemu user. ...


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Just fire up a container with its own copy of the OS, run your test, and blow it away when you are done. Here are the instructions. They run at bare metal speed, are insanely fast and simple to create and destroy, and do not permanently steal system resources that they aren't using.


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There is no need to drop caches; Linux will cache data as much as it is allowed to, when memory pressure gets too high it will start to discard pages that are no longer useful and write back dirty pages to free up spare memory. The Linux philosophy is to keep data cached just in case it needs to be accessed again later, and if memory is required it will ...


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In my little experience is better to use those settings(at least work for me) type disk = qcow2 cache = none i/o mode = native Maybe try


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Hi Nickolai I found the same suggestion and got the same result as you: vboxmanage internalcommands sethduuid gave Cannot set a new UUID: VERR_NOT_SUPPORTED If we're restoring a VM, we should first remove the original and its media from inventory. Select the VM then use Machine -> Remove from the menu. After that select Remove only option if we want ...


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You should use port forwarding capabilities of virtualbox. You'll find this settings on the adapter properties of your VM. Forwarding 80 and 443 should be enough. See virtualbox manual here for more details: https://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch06.html#natforward I assumed that your host has a static public IP. If it's not the case, as said john, you will ...



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