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Thread: VirtualBox + Ubuntu Server cant connecting internet

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    VirtualBox + Ubuntu Server cant connecting internet

    Ubuntu server 18.04 lts
    When trying to download openssh-server, do not connect https://imgur.com/a/1OYa9lL
    screen ifcongig https://imgur.com/a/1M4qmyS
    screen 50-cloud-init.yaml https://imgur.com/a/iEKps6b
    Settings screen (tried everything) https://imgur.com/a/o4l4UwP

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    Re: VirtualBox + Ubuntu Server cant connecting internet

    Thread moved to Virtualisation a more appropriate sub-forum.

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    Re: VirtualBox + Ubuntu Server cant connecting internet

    It appears you're using Bridged Networking? Try NAT.

    Also try a different server for Ubuntu. Maybe the server for RU is having problems.
    If you ask for help, do not abandon your request. Please have the courtesy to check for responses and thank the people who helped you.

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    Re: VirtualBox + Ubuntu Server cant connecting internet

    "It appears you're using Bridged Networking? Try NAT." - i tryed all choises

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    Re: VirtualBox + Ubuntu Server cant connecting internet

    Can you not connect to any web sites from the VM, or just the RU Ubuntu repository server? I believe Ubuntu Server comes with the elinks text-based browser by default.

    In bridged mode, the VM should get an IP address in the same address space as the host computer. If you can connect from the latter, you should be able to connect from the VM, too.

    You're not running any firewalls on either the host or the guest, are you? If so, turn them off and see what happens.
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