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How can I increase the size of disk?

I will show you how to resize disk in VirtualBox graphically and via command line (for Linux geeks or experienced users). Both methods are easy and straightforward. The steps are the same for Linux ...
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Change of keyboard layout has no effect in VM

To change globally keyboard settings, refer to the manual page for keyboard(5).  If you want to change the system language, you need to modify /etc/default/keyboard with root privileges: sudo nano /...
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VM fails to boot on Arch Linux host

I fixed it. The solution was... wait for it... don't allocate the entire capacity of your RAM to the virtual machine! I suspect the kernel killed QEMU when it ran out of memory so it would crash. When ...
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VM fails to boot on Arch Linux host

Issue QEMU is not UEFI aware by default. It normally boots Legacy BIOS only. See: OVMF Github Solution I believe you need to install Package:edk2-ovmf 202311-1 via pacman and try again. I'd link a ...
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VirtualBox 7.0 Can't enumerate USB devices / No devices available

Fortunately, adding the user to the group vboxusers appears to do the trick. For the $USER variable to be correct, the following command is constructed to be run by the user who runs VirtualBox. sudo ...
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How to make 3 VMs connect with each other as well as internet without using bridged adapter in Virtualbox?

An option is to use the host-only adapter, and route via IPtables. This is from host-only network into Wifi, you may need to set up the other direction too (duplicate first line and switch input and ...
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How to make 3 VMs connect with each other as well as internet without using bridged adapter in Virtualbox?

You may be able to create a new bridge for the three VMs, and also have them all inside a NAT network from your Host. (You may also find that putting them on the same NAT network allows them to ...
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