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Those aren't processes, they're threads. As indicated by the graph, all but the top one are threads spawned by the main process 3164. (Each thread also gets its own PID in Linux.) You can press H in htop to collapse or expand process threads.


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You are trying to use KVM, a hardware assisted hypervisor, inside virtualbox, where this is not supported. What you are trying to do is called nested virtualization, and vbox is a poor choice for such a powerful feature. Without --enable-kvm you end up using pure qemu, i.e. emulation and not virtualization, which is terribly slow indeed. So, really, ...


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You don't have a GATEWAY line for the NAT adapter. I'd also recommend that you use Bridged for the Internet adapter. It creates a lot fewer problems. I would only use NAT for a guest OS that didn't have effective inbound security, so I wanted to rely on the host OS's firewall and such. Once you do that, you won't need the host-only adapter. The bridged ...


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the right command was $ stty iuclc after I checked the settings with $ stty -a the real problem maker was the program Textexpander. I figured that out when I had the issue in my regular terminal shell and the option iuclc was not available.


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As I remember, in VirtualBox you have at least two options for the virtual network interface: NAT Bridged If the subnet of the host is 192.168.0.XXX, and the virtual is 192.168.1.XXX ( or simply, different subnet) then the virtual card must be using NAT. If you want to use Bridge then the subnet of the host must be the same of the virtual. When do ...


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I'm not sure af the exact cause of your woes, but networking virtual machines can be complicated. Your computer is acting as a NAT router for your VM(s), and so it has to manage port forwarding and address translation, among many other things. One way of eliminating these problems can be to use bridged networking instead. Instead of providing address ...


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sudo mount -t vboxsf SHARENAME /media/vboxshared create your shared folder at your PC. for example "c:\SharedBoth" make sure you have selected your shared folder c:\SharedBoth at virtualbox menu "settings" - "shared folders" - "add" -"permanent/automount", before you start the ubuntu virtual machine. start the ubuntu terminal, type in command above, ...



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