VirtualBox with the tool VBoxManage can convert image between format
So in your case :
VBoxManage clonemedium agl-demo-platform-crosssdk-qemux86-64.wic.vmdk new-agl-demo-platform-crosssdk-qemux86-64.wic.vmdk --format VMDK --variant Split2G
em444-mbp:tmp em444$ ls -la
-rw-r--r-- 1 em444 wheel 3861708800 May 18 15:40 agl-demo-platform-...
This issue is commonly related to time synchonisation. run
in both your host and your guest and compare the results. If the date and time in the guest is significantly different, you can run the command
hwclock --set --date="2020-05-11 12:37:25" --utc
but being careful to change my date and time above to the one given by your host system.
ntpd will not sync the time if the difference between local computer time and the time server's time exceeds a threshold.
Put ntpdate -b 0.pool.ntp.org (replace 0.pool.ntp.org with your local time server if you have one) in your rc.local or a custom startup service and it should sort it out. You should probably also make sure that timesyncd is enabled and ...
Enter the following command in terminal to enable drag and drop between virtual machines and the host.
gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.preferences use-experimental-views false
Do the following to enable drag and drop between two virtual machines:
Open the virtual machine settings editor (VM > Settings), click the Options tab and select Guest isolation.
Your vm2's ipv6 source is link-local. It could not be routed.
fe80:: 10 link-local Unroutable autoconfigured addresses used on a LAN, e.g. for DHCPv6
Maybe try to set 2001:1bcd:1111::1 as a default gateway for vm2:
sudo ip -6 route add 2001:1bcd:1111::1 dev eth0
Use ip -6 route show to see what is the default ipv6 route for your network interface
Looks like this is an old article, but still very relevant. I found since the WannaCry ransomware (May 2017) issue many Windows shares refuse to use the old SMB V1.
This is what I ended up having to do
I had the following installed:
sudo apt install samba-common samba-common-bin cifs-utils
Then add lines under [global] - vi /etc/samba/smb.conf
server min ...
My solution was simple
While installing, once you get to the section that require you to connect to the internet...as you type your Wi-Fi password... also type something like "USERPC" and copy it
then paste it in the "who are you" window and continue.