I would like to install a CentOS 6.5 virtual machine on my machine, only with command line tools and basic networking capabilities, i.e a way to have http and ssh connections between the host (Fedora 19) and the CentOS guest.
Being still quite noobish to the nix world, I experienced some trouble.
I first did an unsuccessful attempt to install virtualbox.
I am running Centos 6.5 guest on Windows 7 Pro host (VirtualBox v4.3.6) - all 64 bit.
I am trying to increase the size of Centos virtual disk (which is currently about 15G) to 90G.
I did run the following Command
The title sums up the situation and here are the specifics:
website on the guest box is configured correctly in Apache and responds fine in browser on that machine
guest box is set to use bridged adapter mode for network
I've made an entry in my Win7 host file with the IP and domain of the site which I have configured in Apache on the guest CentOS VM
Apache on the guest box responds to a request
I have a VirtualBox machine running CentOS 6.5. I've created 2 network adapters for it in VirtualBox's networking settings for the machine. The first is NAT which I want the guest to use to connect to the Internet and the second I set to Host-only which I will use to SSH and access web server from the host computer.
I have a KVM machine with CentOS 6.4 (64bit), I have a Linux guest running
well on this, I created a Windows 2008 R2 guest and once I start it, after
sometime all the host memory get exhausted and both the guests (linux+win)
Host has 32 GB RAM, 8 GB is allocated to Linux guest and 8 GB to Windows.
At the beginning, I was confused to install the VirtualBox Guest Addition on my CentOS 5.6. But now, I can install the VBox Guest Additions and CentOS 5.6 run smoothly on my Windows 7 host. Hmm…please read my guide below to install the VBox Guest Additions non CentOS 5.6. This tutorial require an active internet [...]
I have a computer with CentOS release 6.5 (x64) installed as a host.
In a virtual machine of Virtualbox (4.3.6 r91406) I have a guest Windows 8.1 (x64) with guest additions installed.
The Windows guest is fullscreen on Monitor 2 and I'm using CentOS 6 on Monitor 1.
So far everything is going as planned.
However when i have been working in the Windows guest and I need to do something with the pane