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In order to properly install Ubuntu a working Internet connection is needed. In case the installer wants to download files it will stall in case it could not connect. When installing on bare metal the Ubuntu live session will already have drivers for most network adapters including wireless adapters to be able to connect. This is different when installing ...


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You can use Virtualbox in Linux and run any linux based OS. I myself use Ubuntu and run Centos in Virtualbox, there isn't any issue.


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Please try the following: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-`uname -r` dkms build-essential sudo /etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup


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In what partitions will the virtualization software program, and the guest OS be installed respectively? All virtualization software can use ordinary files and that is usually preferred for its simplicity but using allocated partitions/volumes is a bit faster. Virtualbox and KVM support LVM (VMware probably as well). To use LVM, you would set one ...


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A guest OS of a virtual machine is a set of files and those file can be stored anywhere on your computer, including in your Ubuntu partition. By default VirtualBox stores the files of the guest OS in your user subfolder of your /home folder. The recommended size of the virtual hard drive for a either a Windows 7 guest OS or a Windows 8.1 guest OS in ...


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I got the same problem on my IMac Retina and here is how I fixed it: go to "Virtual Machine", "settings", "Display", then check box "Use full resolution for Retina dislay" Everything turns beautiful... Enjoy!


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The following worked for me: sudo virt-install -n virt64_01 -r 8192 \ --disk path=/media/newhd/virt64_01.img,bus=virtio,size=50 \ -c ubuntu-14.04.1-server-amd64.iso \ --network bridge=br0,model=virtio,mac=52:54:00:b2:cb:b0 \ --network bridge=br1,model=virtio \ --video=vmvga --graphics vnc,listen=0.0.0.0 --noautoconsole -v --vcpus=4 Note: I specify the MAC ...



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