When I need to copy files from/to guest to/from host, I use the python module SimpleHTTPServer.
To copy from guest to host:
Activate the host private network (often addresses in 192.168.56.x)
From one guest,
get the ip: ip a | grep 192.168.56
launch a simple http server : python -m SimpleHTTPServer
From the host, open firefox and connect to the guest: ...
It turns out I had to open up the required port on my server. VRDE was, in this case, listening on port 3389. After I added that port to my firewall rules, I was able to connect to the virtual machine using remote desktop.
debug1: reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config
debug2: /etc/ssh/ssh_config line 19: Applying option for *
debug2: resolving "192.168.2.22" port 22
debug2: ssh_connect_direct: needpriv 0
debug1: Connecting to 192.168.2.22 [192.168.2.22] port 22.
Then ... Timed out Connection
In Ubuntu 18.04 host, VirtualBox 6.1, using Ubuntu 19.04 as guest
In the guest edit /etc/netplan/50-cloud-init.yaml file, add two lines as shown below (before the version line). Looks like the network configuration in the guest is set up only to handle one network and the second one has to be added manually
There are three steps involved in signing modules:
create a Machine Owner Key
sign kernel modules with it
The first two steps only need to be done once, the last will need to be redone every time the modules are built.
To create a MOK:
openssl req -new -x509 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout MOK.priv -outform DER -out MOK.der -days 36500 -subj "/CN=My ...
When you are in bridged mode all the packet coming back to your Kali Linux IP
are eaten by your Windows 10 host since they are targeted to its IP address.
They don't arrive to the VirtualBox virtual interface. You can understand
this by checking the IP addresses of your Windows 10 and your Kali Linux.
You can workaround this problem by turning your ...
I found just doing the following command resolved the issue with the standard install method.
Verify the headers are missing:
# Verify the kernel version doesn't appear in the following location
Overachieve the install:
yum install -y gcc perl kernel-headers kernel-devel
Verify the headers are now installed
I know that this question is too old, but because there is no accepted answer and none of these answers solved the issue in my case; I am writing how I solved this today:
When running this command, get this error:
$ sudo modprobe vboxdrv
modprobe: ERROR: could not insert 'vboxdrv': Required key not available
The problem is that the module is not signed ...
According to the VirtualBox documentation, the VirtualBox.run script takes an argument that should be either of the strings install or uninstall.
sudo ./VirtualBox.run uninstall
would uninstall VirtualBox.
I followed the instructions here: https://dev.to/isabolic99/how-to-set-host-only-adapter-on-vm-virtual-box-2jka . It has instructions about adding additional Host Network settings, but I just went with the default, and it worked fine.
Here are the steps I took:
Add a Host-Only Network Adapter to your Debian 9 guest vm.
Boot into the vm guest, and ...