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I could solve my problem with a mix of Christian Long solution. I added 2 adapters: Adapter 1 - NAT Adapter 2 - host only, vboxnet0 The only diference was in VM's interfaces file: sudoedit /etc/network/interfaces # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # NAT auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp # Host only auto eth1 iface eth1 inet ...
The answer made by Sir Oli is right , but after googling a little there is more reason i got that - This kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU. Unable to boot – please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU is because of you are installing 64-bit operating system which is capable of Virtualization Technology on 32-bit hardware or if ...
As noted in the discussion in the following blog post by one of the PM's working on Hyper-V it doesn't look like the current Linux distros support Hyper-V gen2. Linux support is being worked on. It doesn't require any changes in Hyper-V, rather in the set of LIS components, plus some kernel changes to support the appropriate devices. Cheers, ...
Uncheck the "Show Battery in Linux" as shown in this forum: https://forums.kali.org/showthread.php?71-Parallels-Desktop-7-Installation-(BUG-Soft-Lockup)&p=3642&viewfull=1#post3642
You've downloaded a 64bit image and your processor can't handle 64bit (or, more likely your copy of Windows can't). The fix is simple: download and use the 32bit version: go to the Ubuntu Desktop download page and select 32-bit below Choose your flavour.
There's now an experimental Emulator available. Check out https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/Emulator
They should be in the same place as all the other constainers, namely, /var/lib/lcx Did you manage to list them using lxc-ls? If you have done so, you still have to notify the driver about your containers using an XML file: https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/serverguide/lxc.html#lxc-libvirt
For /var/run/libvirt/libvirt-sock:No such file or directory error: check if root its in the default group (libvirtd), watch the logs (/var/log/messages), check: virsh 'net-list ' and see if its really exist a default option. this problem can be also that libvirtd its not running, if its that so try: service libvirtd restart /etc/init.d/libvirt restart ...
I was able to prevent this using "-net none": # qemu-system-i386 -net none
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