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Old 06-20-2018, 02:07 AM   #16
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I didn't see a Grub screen.
Did you look at the screenshot I posted above for you?

As first, most Linux distributions use GRUB for their bootloader (any I've ever used have). Secondly, it sounds very strange to me that you don't see a GRUB screen upon boot-up, even for just a few seconds. I don't know if this is the issue, but maybe it's GRUB's TIMEOUT has been set to "0" in which case, that may well explain it and likely would. If you're not seeing that same error message that you posted in your first post, then it sounds like it's probably likely that because you increased the RAM for your VM, that's probably fixed that problem - in which case there's no more need to debug that service.

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The ram was increased prior to post. It just stalled on me again had to power off host from the socket, reluctant to approach it again, scouting for new distro.
Unless it's incorrect VM settings, it maybe something to do with the host system instead.
 
Old 06-21-2018, 03:59 AM   #17
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grub timeout is zero

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Did you look at the screenshot I posted above for you?
Yes I looked at it and didn't see similar.

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Unless it's incorrect VM settings, it maybe something to do with the host system instead.
I tested it again without browser on host and the guest with tor is working reasonably well.
 
Old 06-21-2018, 04:02 AM   #18
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Yes I looked at it and didn't see similar.
Then it's more likely than not, the TIMEOUT for GRUB is set too low.

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I tested it again without browser on host and the guest with tor is working reasonably well.
Then you need to upgrade the RAM for your host system - it sounds like it does not have enough for both the guest and the host system. This is particularly true if your host system is a Windows machine.
 
Old 06-21-2018, 04:14 AM   #19
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youtube was the execption on guest

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...it sounds like it does not have enough for both the guest and the host system.
Youtube was slow on guest, but other sites ok.
 
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Then you need to upgrade the RAM for your host system - it sounds like it does not have enough for both the guest and the host system. This is particularly true if your host system is a Windows machine.
You need to understand that Windows is FAR more resource hungry (especially in terms of memory) than what Linux is.
 
  


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