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Yes, it worked out of the box. I hosted a hotspot with my phone, connected my laptop to that WiFi, and the VNC client on OS X could connect just like that.
You can make the installation on a machine with a GUI and transfer the files. But If you want to run the installer on the GUI-less server, you can do it. You will need to install all the libraries required by the installation program. This does not mean installing a GUI, just whatever libraries are required, some of which might be about GUI elements. Run ...
There's "debian noroot". May or may not work for you, it's a 200 MB download. I just have it for SSH and to impress my friends.
Have you tried Blueman? It works fine on my laptop.
The simple but accurate explanation is that the vendors of iOS and Android don't want the end-user to have full control over the operating system, whereas the vendors of Unix systems do. It's a design decision by the device vendor. It is technically possible to have iOS or Android systems where the end-user has full control. There is no such iOS-based ...
You need to reinstall the OS , from the installation menu: Select Create/modify partition: Create 2 partitions: Create a small (100m) first primary partition for grub. Set the bootable flag. Write changes. Create an extended (logical) partition for the rest, and install android on the 2nd. Grub will go automatically to the 1st one. Write changes. Edit
Would you mind elaborating on the question? What's being show is just iptables / firewall rules. What specifically are you concerned with?
As always I found the solution just after asking. I actually knew this one, just forgot to do it. One has to be in the vboxusers group to get access to usb devices. It's as simple as running sudo gpasswd -a <user> vboxusers in a terminal. For Ubuntu I think it's sudo useradd vboxusers
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