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Install VirtualBox Guest Additions on Kali Linux 2020.3

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In order to set your Kali Linux running on VirtualBox in fullscreen mode, you need Guest additions installed on the VM. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install VirtualBox guest additions on Kali Linux 2020.3. Apart from enabling the virtual machine to have a full screen view, guest additions offers many other features; Mouse pointer integrationShared folders for...

Install VirtualBox 6.1 on Fedora 33

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to install VirtualBox 6.1 on Fedora 33. VirtualBox 6.1 is available for installation in most Linux platforms package repositories. However, as of this writing, VirtualBox is not available on the default Fedora 33 repos. If you however need to install VirtualBox 6.1 on Fedora 33, you can do so by rebuilding the...

How to Clone a Virtual Machine on VMware ESXi

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Having trouble with cloning a virtual machine in VMware ESXi? Worry no more. This guide will take you through how to clone a virtual machine on VMware ESXi. How to Clone a Virtual Machine on VMware ESXi To clone a virtual machine on VMware ESXi host, all you need to do is to copy all the *.vmdk and *.vmx files. Therefore, login...

Install VirtualBox Guest Additions on Ubuntu 20.04

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If you have installed Ubuntu 20.04 on VirtualBox, you realize that it is not in fullscreen. In this guide, you will learn how to install VirtualBox guest additions on Ubuntu 20.04. Apart from enabling the virtual machine to have a full screen view, guest additions offers many other features; Mouse pointer integrationShared folders for easy sharing of files between the...

How to Upload ISO File to VMware ESXi Datastore using vSphere Client

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Hello there, welcome to this tutorial on how to upload an ISO file to VMware ESXi using vSphere client. Well, so you want to create a new virtual machine on VMware ESXi but the ISO is located on your local drive. We will therefore learn how to upload that iso to the VMware datastore so you can be able to...

AutoStart VirtualBox VMs on System Boot on Linux

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On a Linux system with VirtualBox installed, you can start VMs automatically during system boot. In this guide, we are going to learn how to autostart VirtualBox VMs on system boot on Linux. This demo uses Ubuntu 16.04 as the Linux machine that hosts multiple VirtualBox 6.0 virtual machines. AutoStart VirtualBox VMs on System Boot on Linux VirtualBox comes with a...

Install Genymotion Android Emulator on Ubuntu 20.04

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Follow through this guide to learn how to install Genymotion Android emulator on Ubuntu 20.04. Genymotion, is an android emulator that provides a virtual Android environment that enables you test various android applications over various virtual devices for purposes of testing or application development. Install Genymotion Android Emulator on Ubuntu 20.04 Prerequisites Before you can proceed to install Genymotion Android Emulator on...

How to Install IBM QRadar Community Edition SIEM on VirtualBox

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In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to install IBM QRadar Community Edition SIEM on VirtualBox. IBM QRadar CE is a fully-featured and free version of QRadar that is low memory, low EPS intended for individual use like testing and familiarizing oneself with functionalities of IBM QRadar SIEM. To install QRadar CE on VirtualBox, ensure that the following...

How to Clone KVM Virtual Machines

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Do you have some KVM virtual machines that you want to make a copy and reuse them? In this simple tutorial, we will show you how to clone KVM virtual machines. How to Clone KVM Virtual Machines There are various ways in which you can clone KVM virtual machines; Clone KVM Virtual Machines using Virt-ManagerClone KVM Virtual Machines using virt-clone command Let us...

How to fix QEMU/KVM Not Connected Error on Ubuntu 20.04

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to fix QEMU/KVM Not connected error on Ubuntu 20.04. Maybe you have installed KVM hypervisor on Ubuntu 20.04 for you to run virtual machines on it as a regular, non-root, user. However for some reasons, when your try to run virsh command to even the virt-manager, display the virtual machine desktop management...