installation de Neptune 4.3 machine virtuelle via virtualbox
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 22, 2015
Bonjour, quelqu'un pourrait il me communiquer le processus d'installation de l'os Neptune 4.3 64 bits via Virtualbox sous Windows 8.1.Je veux tester cette distribution avant de l'installer sur mon PC. Là ou je cale c'est quant à la création de partition car j'ai l'habitude que Linux le fasse en automatique pour un disque virtuel. Merci par avance
Mounting a windows drive on a Linux machine (connected via an ethernet network)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 15, 2004
I want to be able to share (have access to) my C drive on my Laptop (running Windows XP) from my Desktop running Red Hat Linux.
What do I need to do in order to accomplisch this?
I can connect my laptop via an ethernet repeater to my Desktop (running RH7.3 linux).
Thanks in advance
Help with Ubuntu, after installation on a HP xp machine...
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 19, 2013
WEll, i'm glad to be here. I decided for Linux, because XP will die next year. I installed on a third fresh partition on my 80g harddrive, i have XP Sp3 on C:, my stuff on D: and i installed Wubi 12.04 on E:. My laptotp is a HP Easynote E 3242 with an older configuration, like processor 2G and 512RAM. But, after installation is all ok. I can boot Ubuntu, enters in menu, but the lower half of my screen is messed up, black and pink vertical lines with spaces between them,and my mouse arrow is a black figure and leaves black traces behind. I can boot Xp normaly,everything else is working ok. In Ubuntu, no reaction to keyboard, and no reaction to mouse clicks, and i received that error message befor Ubuntu loading : mount'can't read'/proc/mount's: no such file or directory " . Do i need some dedicated drivers for Ubuntu ? Or some updates ?. I will uninstall XP after Ubuntu will be ok on my laptop. New drivers for Ubuntu will conflict with thoses for XP ?. I will read the tutorial and
Cant mount filesystem error on installation installing on windows xp machine
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 1, 2013
I use Windows 95 as my primary operating system and tried to install ubuntu linux 13.04.
When I booted the computer with USB (created using universal usb installer), I get "Can't mount filesystem" error. I tried creating another bootable usb of boot-repair-disk-32bit.iso, and tried recommended repair option. It said that the errors have been fixed, but when I try again, I get the same error.
Here is the URL that the repair tool generated. http://paste.ubuntu.com/6179880/
I really want to give linux a shot, but its giving me a hard time.
How to start a fullscreen virtual machine via VirtualBox in the current Mac OS X workspace?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
Since I updated VirtualBox to 4.3.12, when I start a virtual machine in fullscreen mode, it launches a new workspace with it which is not practical. (Mac OS X 10.8.5)
Just changing the virtual machine View parameters "Switch to fullscreen" launches a new workspace.
I use two screens and I used to have my VM on left screen and my code editor on right screen to debug Internet Explorer.
Before that update, I could switch with CMD + TAB between the Virtual Machine and my others apps because they were in the same workspace. It was really useful.
I searched in all parameters I could find in VirtualBox and Mac configuration, then in web forums without any result.
Ubuntu Server via virtualbox, Connecting Problem.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 2, 2013
I am currently using ubuntu server in virtualbox experimenting before I start on my server.
The problem is that I use the command "sudo apt-get install openjdk-6-jre" but in the end nothing happens.
The last thing it said was: "0% [Er wordt verbinding gemaakt met be.archive.ubuntu.com (184.108.40.206)]"
Furthermore nothing happened, with some other "apt-get install" I have this too. What's the problem?
excuse me, I'm Dutch, and I use ubuntu in dutch.
3DS Max 5 via VirtualBox
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 20, 2011
I recently installed Windows 2000 Pro in Virtalbox to run 3DS Max 5 and so far, I'm amazed at the performance!
I guess I'm living nostalgic, but this setup served me well for 10+ years (until a fatal hard drive failure).
Anyone else have a similar story to share? (it's nice to read about positive things once in awhile )
Updating BIOS via Virtualbox?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 24, 2009
Does anyone know if its even possible to update your BIOS in Virtualbox???
I Have a Dell Latitude D600, Running Karmic. The BIOS I have is A14, the newest one is A16. So I was wondering if i could virtuallize XP and update my BIOS that way....?
I figured I should ask before I possible "brick" my laptop....
starting virtual machine problem with virtualbox
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 23, 2009
I installed virtualbox. I wanted to try it since I see a lot of people prefer it to vmware server.
I read virtualbox can use a vmware virtual machine so I moved it to the computer, and set it up. I cant get it to start. It brings up the "windows wasn't shutdown properly", chose a starting method. Virtualbox just hangs there.
This virtual machine is already activated. If I installed a new one with my xp pro cd I don't think it will activate anymore. I had to call last time.
gparted fails to recognise parition table after installing XP via Virtualbox onto HDD
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 19, 2011
I recently installed Windows XP onto a partition via virtualbox, with Ubuntu being the Host OS. I gave virtualbox access to the full real HDD so I could then reboot the real machine and hopefully have a fresh install of XP on the real machine.
Now when I boot into Ubuntu, everything boots fine and all partitions, including the encrypted root partition, are mounted at boot time. The only problem is that when I open gparted, gparted fails to recognise any partition, as if there is no partition table (see image).
Is there any way one can fix this problem without corrupting the actual partitions and seemingly hidden partition table? I am guessing that the program "testdisk" may be able to fix this problem, but I have never had to repair a partition table before so here I am asking for help ... I do not want to try a solution with testdisk and be left with a system that does not even boot.
Partitions mount at boot fine, so I am guessing the partition table is intact, but
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