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Regarding the fact that VLAN is port-depended not ip-related, the 2 VM's are on the same vlan by default(if they use the same host). The thing that prevents them from pinging each other, is the different subnet of the two, if they're both on /24 subnet masks. You can change you're IP adds or subnet masks the way they can see each other, therefore ...
Assuming you're on a Linux host as well (you didn't mention that). You can always try the Network Block Device (NBD) option:- sudo modprobe nbd max_part=16 sudo qemu-nbd -c /dev/nbd0 <path to your vdi file> ls -lh /dev/nbd0* <lists all the partitions on the vdi> Choose which of the partitions you want to mount (eg 1st partition), then: sudo ...
If you are abe to boot the guest OS then I think you need to install a package which will work as a recovery tool for your file system.Remember the packege will change from Filesystem to file system.Few which i know are available at for ext4 http://extundelete.sourceforge.net/ you can also check this out ...
Quite simple. 8GB isn't enough for this version of Kali Linux. Use VBoxManage to resize the virtual disk, and GParted to expand the filesystem.
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