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[mininet-discuss] (rtd) Re: Problem with Mininet Ubuntu14.04 32 bit console rows and columns [SOLVED]
Nina Nash John
nashnina0 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 22 08:52:53 PDT 2017
Thanks a lot. Lots of appreciations
On 22 July 2017 at 15:55, Jim Showalter <jim.showalter at verizon.net> wrote:
> The problem has been resolved. So I thought I would post the steps that
> worked for me. Windows 10 is the host operating system and I am running
> Ubuntu 14.04 LTS packaged w/ Mininet to run under VirtualBox version 5.1.24.
> First I downloaded the Ubuntu Mininet VM image from
> http://mininet.org/download/. I also wanted to ensure I had the correct
> Virtual Box guest editions by going to http://download.virtualbox.org
> /virtualbox. I retrieved the ISO image file for 5.1.24. Then I created
> an optical drive and mounted it with that image.
> After starting the VM I logged in and proceeded as follows:
> sudo apt-get -y update
> sudo apt-get -y upgrade
> Ensure the virtual CD is mounted and then do
> sudo bash VBoxLinuxAdditions.run
> sudo apt-get -y install lxde-core lxde
> Once I started my GUI I could resize it to full screen. This worked for
> both the 32 and 64 bit versions of Ubuntu.
> In this case, the GUI is running within the guest OS. Other suggestions
> were to install a Windows version of The X Window system and run the GUI on
> the host with the guest running the server. I may try that in the future.
> I also created a host-only network adapter. This was the easiest way for
> me to ssh into the guest from the host platform.
> This solution was the result of piecing together responses to my earlier
> questions and from various sources on the web (and of course, reading the
> man pages). Thanks to all!
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