To achieve the same thing as VMmware's "Suspend" in virsh, do:
virsh managedsave <domain-name>
The machine can later be resumed with
virsh start <domain-name>
On my tested host (Ubuntu Server 14.04), the save file is stored at:
I recommend to dump the disk to a file on external drive (for write speed and space).
# /dev/sda is assumed your laptop drive
dd if=/dev/sda bs=1M of=/path/to/external_drive_mounted/laptop_dump.raw
Then create a disk for virtualbox:
VBoxManage internalcommands createrawvmdk -filename /path/to/file.vmdk \
OK. One image you posted shows that you do have a network adapter configured in QEMU, and another one shows that it appears in the VM's Arch Linux when you enter ip a. However, the interface (ens5) is not configured in the VM.
Please configure the network in the VM using the excellent Arch Linux page on network configuration here (better than I could ...
Wine is able to start any exe file, but it implements only a subset of the windows API, and even more important, can out of the box access only a subset of devices and other low-level resources. So this depends on the application. Probably a real hypervisor like KVM is better suited to this use case.
What worked for me on OSX is combining Daniel Simon's answer and ddburrjr's comment.
Download a fresh .iso image from the official web page of Kali Linux.
Start VirtualBox and open the settings for the Kali Linux virtual
machine. Add the downloaded iso image in the 'storage page' as a
virtual cd. How? Select 'Controller: IDE' and press CD button on the ...