vmware

Issues after ubuntu 22.04.3 upgraded to linux 6.5.0-14

Issues after ubuntu 22.04.3 upgraded to linux 6.5.0-14 I have 2 issues since being upgraded to linux 6.5.0-14 from 6.2.0-39: #1: I’m unable to compile the modules needed for vmware workstation player 17. Version 17.0.2 build-21581411. At first it could not find gcc-12. Following the recommendations from another post I installed gcc-12 and linked it. …

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VirtualBox/VMware-like snapshots in Linux?

VirtualBox/VMware-like snapshots in Linux? The ability to take VirtualBox/VMware snapshots is a great tool: They allow you to save the full status of the whole system, and to restore it at any time, without any effort. They also allow you to create different branches, giving it a nice tree-like structure where leafs may be used …

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How to repair a partition damaged by a power outage

How to repair a partition damaged by a power outage I was worked with VMWare and my system suddenly power off. After I power on my system my virtual machine partition doesn’t mount and return this error! How can i fix it and recovery my files? I use command line but it’s not help sudo …

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VMWare unable to enumerate USB Devices

VMWare unable to enumerate USB Devices I have a laptop running Ubuntu 23.10 running VirtualBox Graphical User Interface Version 7.0.10_Ubuntu r158379 When I boot the Virtual Box interface up, it immediately pops up the error: Failed to enumerate host USB devices. Could not load the Host USB Proxy service: VERR_DISK_FULL. Result Code: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0X00004005) Component: …

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What is "curtin command in-target" and why does it take so long to run?

What is "curtin command in-target" and why does it take so long to run? I frequently install Ubuntu on VMs running under Proxmox or VMware. Every time the installer gets to curtin command in-target and stays there for at least half an hour, sometimes much longer. The Ubuntu installer at this point gives an option …

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Before you can run VMware several modules must be compiled (vmmon and vmnet)

Before you can run VMware several modules must be compiled (vmmon and vmnet) I just restarted my Pop!_OS and when trying to open vmware it says I have to compile several modules. It then goes onto trying to compile vmmon and vmnet, which fails. and gives me an error log file. I’ve tried changing gcc …

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How to make virtual machine and host use the same proxy?

How to make virtual machine and host use the same proxy? The host (Windows 11) is using v2ray protocol proxy, I want the virtual machine (Ubuntu 22.04) to use the same proxy so that they can both access free internet. Is there any way to connect the two together? I have tried changing connection type …

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What folder do I choose in the VMware kernel module updater?

What folder do I choose in the VMware kernel module updater? When I run vmware in Kali Linux, this keeps showing up: I have kernel headers for version 6.3.0-kali1-amd64. What path do I use? When I choose a folder, this shows up: I looked up the answers online and ran this script: sudo apt-get install …

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Ubuntu 22.04 VM randomly started crashing after 15 minutes of use

Ubuntu 22.04 VM randomly started crashing after 15 minutes of use Using VMWare 16 on a Windows 10 PC. Started last Friday, the Ubuntu 22.04 VM would start getting slower and slower, and will eventually freeze. Only solution is to force end task of VMWare 16 and restart the VM. After 10 – 30 minutes, …

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RHEL Login error in VMware

RHEL Login error in VMware I am trying to start my virtual machine (RHEL 8) in my VMware but it displays this error Previously I tried to unmount a newly added virtual HD which worked fine But in lsblk -f it was still mounted I thought restarting would work but then it started showing that …

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How to disallow ssh jumps

How to disallow ssh jumps I’m looking for a method to disallow users to use a particular Debian 10.10 host as an SSH jump host. I want to stop them from connecting with SSH from this host. In /etc/ssh/sshd_config I have AllowTcpForwarding no. In /etc/ssh/ssh_config I have FollowAgent no. But when I connect, I can …

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Opening firefox as root

Opening firefox as root I cannot use firefox & to open Firefox, since you are not supposed to run it in root. This is for a class I am taking on vulnerabilites, which is why I am even attempting this. I resorted to the following guide to be able to run firefox as root, and …

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How to make sure that installing Ubuntu on VMWare wont cause any losing data

How to make sure that installing Ubuntu on VMWare wont cause any losing data I want to run Ubuntu on VMWare so I have followed every steps properly but I have reached this step which makes me nervous about losing my own Windows 10 data: capture And as this tutorial says, Erase disk and install …

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Qt creator text editor malfunction under Ubuntu 22.04

Qt creator text editor malfunction under Ubuntu 22.04 I’ve upgraded my Ubuntu from 20.04 to 22.04 today (clean install) and went through the motions of setting up my development environment. (apt install build-essential libxcb-xinerama0, setting up for running 32bit toolchains etc.). However, after installing Qt creator and opening my project, I quickly realized that the …

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how to know if we need more CPU cores on our Linux server

how to know if we need more CPU cores on our Linux server we have the following Linux red-hat VM servers details , ( each server include application that runs under docker containers ) Linux redhat version – 7.6 number of CPU cores – 16 and we are suspect that number of cores isn’t enough …

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On Linux, is it possible to know if disk size was changed without rescanning the disk?

On Linux, is it possible to know if disk size was changed without rescanning the disk? After changing a disk size in VMware (for example increasing it by 10 more GB), the next step is to rescan it in Linux so that kernel identifies this size change. For this we use this command: echo 1>/sys/class/block/sda/device/rescan …

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How do I execute a simple "apt-get update and upgrade" script using a crontab job?

How do I execute a simple "apt-get update and upgrade" script using a crontab job? I created update.sh as following: #!/bin/bash sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade echo "Updated Successfully! and created the following crontab job to run this script every hour: 0 * * * * bash /home/ubuntu/update.sh >> /home/ubuntu/cron_test.txt but only the log …

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How to upgrade and set default kernel on CentOS Stream

How to upgrade and set default kernel on CentOS Stream This is a virtual machine (vmware) on vCenter Current Kernel 3.10.0-862.el7.x86_64 [root@stage ~]# uname -a Linux stage.dsr.FILTERED.net 3.10.0-862.el7.x86_64 #1 SMP Fri Apr 20 16:44:24 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux [root@stage ~]# hostnamectl Static hostname: stage.dsr.FILTERED.net Icon name: computer-vm Chassis: vm Machine ID: 4121FILTERED1663 Boot …

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Cloned Ubuntu VMs in vSphere get same IP, despite resetting /etc/machine && /var/lib/dbus/machine-id

Cloned Ubuntu VMs in vSphere get same IP, despite resetting /etc/machine && /var/lib/dbus/machine-id vSphere 7.0 + Ubuntu 18 / 20 (tried both) I am trying the steps from this blog post: https://blah.cloud/kubernetes/creating-an-ubuntu-18-04-lts-cloud-image-for-cloning-on-vmware/ I also tried this blog: https://navneet-verma.medium.com/getting-ubuntu-cloud-init-to-work-in-vsphere-7-472b21ab9d32 Both times all my cloned Ubuntu 18 (or Ubuntu 20) VMs all get the same IP: Every …

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