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Old 04-17-2016, 12:03 PM   #1
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Lubuntu and virtualbox.


Hello!
So i want to install Lubuntu 15.04 on VirtualBox but i can't access internet. It just shows eth0 disconnected.
I have eneabled brige wifi to lubuntu but it still doesn't work. It works on windows xp VM with brigde wifi and in windows xp virtual machine it connects as lan.
How to i access internet in Lubuntu?
And what is full Lubuntu size after install?
I am using windows 8.1 tablet. Estar brand. It's fast because of ssd and quad core atom
 
Old 04-17-2016, 10:20 PM   #2
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Does it connect to the internet when you select a NAT connection in VirtualBox?

If not, you have some larger problem that I've not encountered. If so, you may have the wrong bridged adapter type selected. In the Network dialog, with "bridged adapter" selected, click the little triangle labeled "Advanced." A dialog will open which includes an item labeled "Adapter Type." In the Adapter Type dialog, several different "types" will be available. Test each one in turn.

Generally, VB defaults to the correct choice, but sometimes it doesn't.

Let us know what you find out.
 
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Does it connect to the internet when you select a NAT connection in VirtualBox?

If not, you have some larger problem that I've not encountered. If so, you may have the wrong bridged adapter type selected. In the Network dialog, with "bridged adapter" selected, click the little triangle labeled "Advanced." A dialog will open which includes an item labeled "Adapter Type." In the Adapter Type dialog, several different "types" will be available. Test each one in turn.

Generally, VB defaults to the correct choice, but sometimes it doesn't.

Let us know what you find out.
I soved that issue. I had to change to bridge network and then change adapter to intel 1000/100 home network adapter<- i don't even know what that is
 
  


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