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    Re: Cannot connect to my ubuntu server

    There are many ways that dual boot sucks. This is one. There are others.

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    Re: Cannot connect to my ubuntu server

    I have took the suggestion of using virtualbox and it works well. Only problem is that I get "ssh: connect to host ip.name port 22: Resource temporarily unavailable". How do I solve this

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    Re: Cannot connect to my ubuntu server

    Quote Originally Posted by nitchgamingstudios View Post
    I have took the suggestion of using virtualbox and it works well. Only problem is that I get "ssh: connect to host ip.name port 22: Resource temporarily unavailable". How do I solve this
    Dude. Troubleshooting steps provided above are the same as before. Work through those. If you want help,
    post the command and the output back here. Do all the steps. Show exact details. Do not interpret.


    Please.

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    Re: Cannot connect to my ubuntu server

    Quote Originally Posted by nitchgamingstudios View Post
    I have took the suggestion of using virtualbox and it works well. Only problem is that I get "ssh: connect to host ip.name port 22: Resource temporarily unavailable". How do I solve this
    You will want your VM network card set to "Bridged Adaptor"

    It will then get a similar DHCP IP as your machines on your LAN. You can then switch it to static IP if desired.

    LHammonds

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    Re: Cannot connect to my ubuntu server

    Hmm with Windows -- if you just install the Ubuntu stuff (not using a VM), I think it will install a base that will include SSH server. If all you need is SSH capabilities, I don't think you have to use VirtualBox. VB is OK however I find the performance just really bad.

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