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Your distribution repository probably has a dropbox of some kind. I would trust dropbox, as it's written with the same tools on your OS. Search your Software Center/Repository etc. with the term dropbox. Use Chromium, the Open Sourced variant Chrome is based on. See The Chromium Project, or Search your Software Center/Repository etc. with the term ...


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The simplest (but still secure) solution for your use case would be to start a new container with systemd-nspawn, e.g.: # systemd-nspawn --tmpfs=/tmp/:mode=1777 --bind=/home/ -D .../container/ A more user friendly solution (but still lightweight) would be to create and start a container with LXC. Beware: you are going to run remote X applications, so do ...


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On linux you can define very accurate routing tables that allow you to be connected with several VPN toghether. I had this problem once, and was solved here. The problem I see in your case is mainly: "how to use windows as a router?". And probably this is not the best forum where to ask such a question... Anyway, there are a couple of advices that I ...


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Normally not - once a machine (virtual or not) connects to a VPN it behaves as if it is physically connected to that VPN, it is no longer accessible from and can no longer access other machines on the local network (unless conections between the local network machines and any other machine inside the VPN is possible, which kinda defeats the whole purpose of ...


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Edit the VM config with virsh edit and add the relevant bit of XML within <devices>? <graphics type='vnc' port='-1' autoport='yes' listen='0.0.0.0'/> or use virt-xml


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I install Android to USB with the .iso file and a USB boot maker program (rufus). There are 2 ways: use 2 USB and use 1 USB only. 2 USB: reboot computer > boot with USB > open Install to harddisk > push in the second USB > re detect > ... 1 USB: you will need Acronis to split the USB after make a USB boot My USB is 2GB. After make it bootable, I split to ...


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I guess your virtualbox is missing the USB extension pack. Please do download it from the respective website and add that extenstion pack to your virtualbox using the below stelps, File-> Preferences ->Extensions-> Add extension. Hope it works.


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From build_VM, you will probably have to export the newly created and mounted filesystem. Then you'll probably have to mount that (possibly in a different location) on your "local machine". In general this is a NFS thing not a VM thing. When you export a filesystem in NFS, you don't export other NFS mounted file systems underneath that.


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I will setup as this Use a windows machine(we call it,windows KVM in this example) and put it virtualbox or vmware(i prefer virtualbox,more fast) In this server put 30 vm(remind to setup ram,disk space,etc) with ubuntu ,you can start from a one virgin machine and then clone it to 30 other clones. On each pc windows,install putty and configure it for reach ...


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I have used virtualbox quite a lot and I love using it. Here are some advantages that I see in the scenario that you are in: You can easily clone virtualbox VMs. Once you have configured a VM to your liking, you can clone and multiply that image. Because you can clone them easily you can have a playground in which to test or try new things. If you break ...


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More modern OSes protect themselves from this sort of misuse by default, usually by setting user limits. That's probably why the system is still responsive - it only lets you allocate memory up to a certain amount, which is much less than the machine has available.



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