< Configuration of the Ubuntu 16.04.4 VM you are building in the VMBox>If you want to install Ubuntu in a specific drive or folder, then in the VMBox manager window, do the followingFile --> preference --> change the "Default Machine Folder" as you wantNew--> type your machine name --> select OS type and version (select Linux, Ubuntu 64-bit)--> NEXT--> select memory size (i.e. 4096 MB)--> next --> create (create a virtual hard disk now)--> (VDI selected)next -> (dynamically… selected)next -> select file location and size (set the size to 15GB) --> createYou just created space for your VMYou have not installed the Ubuntu yet.Select the new machine just created on the left side of the VMbox manager window, and in the VMBox manager window:Setting-->General--> Advanced -> enable both Shared clipboard and Drag'n Drop (select Bidirectional option)ok< If you want to use USB stick with your VM >Plug in your USB to your PC, then in the VMBox manager windowSetting --> USB --> add button --> select your USB from the list --> ok At this stage you should not see “Invalid…..” error message at the bottom of the window. If you see error message, then try other USB controller option (i.e. usb 1.1, usb 2.0 or usb 3.0)<Configure Network card>in the VMBox manager windowSetting--> Network--> Adapter 1Attached to "Bridged Adapter" --> for the Name field: select network interface in your host PC-->Advanced --> Promiscuous Mode (select Allow All) --> check “Cable Connected” if you want to access this NIC from your VM OK<Real installation of the Ubuntu 16.04.4>In the VMBox manager window, highlight the new machine you created and Setting Storage “Empty” under Controller:IDE click CD icon next to the Optical Drive attribute choose virtual optical disk file select the downloaded ubuntu iso image fileclick Open then click OKClick Start or double click the VM you have just created.Follow the Ubuntu installation procedure. You may use “cis549” as your name during the installation to make the absolute path consistent with other student and instructor during the project.If you are restricted for any reason, then you can use any name you select.After the installation the VM size would be about 5GB in your storage.<Installation Completed>< Install VBoxGuestAdditions >
Login to the Ubuntu first.Open terminal (or click Ctrl+Alt+T) and run following command$ sudo apt-get updateRestart Ubuntu. After login again.Click "Devices" on the VirtualBox menu at the top of the screen.Click "Install Guest Additions CD Image..."Follow the on-screen prompts as needed, enter your password, etc.Restart the virtual machine.< If you don’t see your USB storage in your Ubuntu>If you don’t see your USB storage then in the Ubuntu menu on top of the Ubuntu windowClick Devices –> USBand check your USBThen unplug your USB and plug back.
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