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You could try writing a bash script that you could use to boot up virtualbox and make it so that when you start the script it configures the LWIN back to default so that there are no problems relaying a keyboard code. Then you could use xmodmap on the virtual machine itself if you need it. Should my solution not work I would recommend you take a look at ...
I solved this issue by adding my user account to the group vboxusers. usermod -a -G vboxusers noir
VirtualBox passes keycodes to the VM, not the interpreted meaning of those keys. Your keycode mapping comes in at a higher level, telling your host X server what to interpret each keycode as meaning. That said, Virtualbox does (or is that did?) use various heuristics to try to identify the keyboard you are using, and does some sort of mapping. Based on ...
Here's how I did it just now, after everything above failed... sudo bash /opt/VBoxGuestAddtions-*/uninstall.sh Cheers!
With a few rare exceptions you can use Ctrl-C instead.
The root partition is on an LVM logical volume (LV) named root in a volume group (VG) named I0-vg, so you must first expand the underlying physical volume (PV), then expand the LV, then expand the filesystem: pvresize /dev/<pv_dev> lvresize --extents +100%FREE I0-vg/root resize2fs /dev/mapper/I0--vg-root where <pv_dev> is the block device of ...
I had the same problem and checked the "Enable EFI (special OSes only)" extended feature and it started working.
Yes, there can be. If the system is I/O bound and CPU bound, -j2 will get more CPU being used while the other process is doing disk I/O. However, increasing the number of processes requesting from the disk could make it slower due to contention for disk head movement. As Stephen Kitt said, test it. time make clean all time make -j 2 clean all time make -j ...
You forgot to resize the filesystem. See man resize2fs (for ext4) or man btrfs-filesystem (for btrfs).
Just a little detail ... I had a CentOS 6.6 minimal, did all the "yum update" and "yum install" but I was still stuck until I've read this in Olaf's response ... this is a slightly different version, 504.16.2 vs just 504. After installing the proper kernel-devel package, building and then installing worked as expected. So, running kernel and ...
As you're already using it, I'd recommend tmux as fully supports copy and paste - see the manual page for more information. You can see the current key bindings by using the tmux list-keys command - look for the begin-selection, copy-selection and paste-buffer commands in that list. By default, the bindings are: [ - Start copy/paste mode h, j, k, l - vi ...
Short answer: no. Hyper-V features are for hosting virtual machines (VMs). As far as I know, you cannot host hardware-accelerated VMs from a VM. Kind of by definition, VMs are hosted from a host. If Linux is your host, Hyper-V is not the host. (I guess it is possible to emulate an entire VM using software, without hardware-acceleration, but this makes the ...
Adobe Connect requires the following ports to be open all the time if using a non-SSL connection: port 80, 443, and 1935 (RTMP traffic) If you organization has setup SSL, then all traffic goes through port 443. Normally, ports 80, 443 are open on my firewalls but a lot of firewalls do not know about port 1935 and they have to be opened by the firewall ...
Please try the following and check if it works. Open Virtual box Right click on the virtual machine. (In your case the Metasploitable 2 VM) Select Settings Select the network tab Enable the network adapter Click on OK and then restart the Virtual machine
If you're only checking for VirtualBox and don't need to cater for all hypervisors, there's a quick and dirty way - check for the presence of VirtualBox devices. lshw | grep VirtualBox lspci | grep VirtualBox I'm not sure if you'll have either or both of lshw and lspci but you can always install them as part of your custom installation (or, check the ...
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