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I was able to get this working by enabling the USB 3.0 (xHCI) Controller under USB settings. You must also install the Virtualbox Extension Pack to get the appropriate Virtualbox module to support this setting. On Arch Linux: yaourt -S virtualbox-ext-oracle The extension pack is only available in the user repo.


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I had the same problem with Virtualbox 5.1 on Ubuntu 14.04. I fix it maybe not on the best way, but it works: ldd /usr/lib/virtualbox/plugins/platforms/libqxcb.so | grep not its list the broken links to some libraries. How you can see all those links are on the same folder /usr/lib/virtualbox/, If you don't believe me, try this: sudo updatedb locate ...


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Turn off the secure boot option from the BIOS settings then try to sign the driver following the steps described here


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If you have VMware Fusion installed on your Mac one solution could be going to the selected Virtual Machine Settings and check both Accelerate 3D Graphics (Which requires VMware Tools installed on that virtual machine) and Use full resolution for Retina display (To enable Retina display support in selected virtual machine) in Display Setting. BTW, Here's ...


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I think virtualbox create new list folder so you can remove it using: sudo rm -rf /etc/apt/sources.list.d/virtualbox.list sudo rm -rf /etc/apt/sources.list.d/virtualbox.list~ then run : sudo apt-get update


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You have 25Gb free; it's all being used as cache. The free output is most telling: total used free shared buffers cached [...] -/+ buffers/cache: 5 25 See http://www.linuxatemyram.com/ for more details.


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Use shell scripts on the host to modify and start the vms: normal_boot #!/bin/bash vboxmanage modifyvm "Vir153_1000" --uart1 off vboxmanage startvm "Vir153_1000" headless_boot #!/bin/bash vboxmanage modifyvm "Vir153_1000" --uart1 0x3F8 4 vboxheadless --startvm "Vir153_1000" --vrde off & The guest is still required to check for the presence of a ...


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xcb is an unrelated package (there are only so many TLAs). You need the Qt plugin called XCB. In Debian jessie it's in libqt5gui5, but the requisite file libqxcb.so isn't in wheezy proper. You need to get it from the wheezy backports. Note that wheezy is old and unmaintained. You should upgrade.


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I personally prefer to append using dd. I'm assuming 512-byte sectors here. There may be a case for 2048-byte sectors, so just swap the numbers in and do the maths. In each case I'm using a 512MB test file for example: dd if=/dev/zero of=testfs.img bs=512 count=1M mkfs.ext4 testfs.img MBR Composing the image I personally prefer to append the first MB (...


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Step 1: yum update Step 2: Go to Device-> Install Guest Additions CD Image -> Next Then provide the root password . That's it.


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I think you can use Parallels for Mac, it seems that they support High-DPI resolution. In this article of their KB, they talk about the windows support but I think it should work also for Linux: http://kb.parallels.com/114700


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Your issues with getting the Ethernet adapter to show are likely a lack of drivers in the older kernel that would support the virtual NIC that VirtualBox presents. However, a quick way to get the files onto the VM would be to download them to the host machine, burn them to a CD, attach that CD to the VM via VirtualBox, then mount it within the VM. If you ...


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You can create the service without any additional apps Open Terminal, 1 Create a file by writing touch vm.command 2. Edit the file vi vm.command 3. Press "i" button, then enter the following lines: VBoxHeadless --startvm vmname (make sure you've replaced "vmname" with actual name) 4.save the file by pressing Esc button, then typing :wq 5.allow ...


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It is not necessary to modify the xterm translations resources to copy data to/from Firefox, unless you prefer to use the keyboard to help with the process. Since 2006 xterm has a feature selectToClipboard which lets you switch between the PRIMARY selection (standard) and CLIPBOARD (Firefox, etc). Because some programs do use the primary selection, and ...


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If you want to use "bridged adapter," you will need to go to advanced settings and change your promiscuous mode to "allow all".The IP should change to a 10.x.x.x range, instead of 192.168.x.x. In most instances, NAT would be better for using other non-LAN network functions (SSH, Telnet, etc). On many types of network adapters, you will not be able to use ...


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This same problem has been covered here: CentOS no network interface after installation in VirtualBox Although this changes due to the "host only," the cause/effect seems to be the same and is pretty common with new installs. NOTE - the Link says "CentOS," but it's actually Ubunutu in the post, which is DEban as is Kali. Cliff notes of the post is either ...


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You can look in the source code. The libvirt version 1.3.5 doesn't support VirtualBox 5. In src/vbox/vbox_storage.c virStorageDriverPtr vboxGetStorageDriver(uint32_t uVersion) { /* Install gVBoxAPI according to the vbox API version. * Return -1 for unsupported version. */ if (uVersion >= 2001052 && uVersion < 2002051) { ...


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You can use the command: VBoxManage controlvm VMName keyboardputscancode <scancodes> where scancodes are those generated by a PC-AT keyboard such as described here. More information on this VirtualBox forum thread.


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Yes, you can. According to their sourceforge summary : As a modern web interface, it allows you to access and control remote VirtualBox instances. You will need : one server with Apache/PHP for running phpVirtualBox, one or multiple server running as host with VirtualBox web services each of these host supporting one or multiple guests. But as ...


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you can try an old version of slackware... this mirror has pretty old versions: ftp://slackware.cs.utah.edu/slackware/


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Please go to oracle virtual box and follow the following steps create a new virtual box as Gparted. go to settings and set the primary controller as Gparted ISO. Secondary control should go to the vdi which you need to exted. stat the Gparted virtual box Go with default setting choose startx to start the Gparted. Then do the disk management.



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