Started by itomato, August 04, 2010, 05:43:54 PM
Quote1. Use Simple Network Starter (you find it in the NextAdmin directory) and set up some values: a Check "Provide the services specified below." b Choose a hostname (whatever you want). c Set IP address to "10.0.2.15". d Go to "Network Options..." and set Router to "10.0.2.2" Broadcast Address to "10.0.2.255" Netmask to "255.255.255.0" and NIS Domain Name to "None". e Hit configure. You will be prompted to connect the Ethernet cable. f If not already done, connect emulated Ethernet now using Previous' GUI and hit OK.2. Using root access rights open and edit these files: a /etc/hostconfig and replace "-ROUTER-" with "10.0.2.2". b /etc/resolv.conf and add "nameserver 10.0.2.3". If this file does not exist, you have to first create it. Be sure you create a plain text file. If you use Edit.app you can do this by selecting Format > Text > Make ASCII. Howto: Open the above files using root privileges (NeXTstep 3.3): a Open the /etc directory with this command in Terminal: "open /etc" b Select the file/application to open and from Workspace select Services > Open Sesame > Open As Root. c For making a new resolv.conf open Edit.app the same way (b) and in the save dialog type as name "/etc/resolv.conf"3. Reboot.
## /etc/hostconfig## This file sets up shell variables used by the various rc scripts to# configure the host. Edit this file instead of rc.boot.## Warning: This is sourced by /bin/sh. Make sure there are no spaces# on either side of the "=".## There are some special keywords used by rc.boot and the programs it# calls:## -AUTOMATIC- Configure automatically# -YES- Turn a feature on# -NO- Leave a feature off or do not configure#HOSTNAME=lantern5vINETADDR=10.0.2.15ROUTER=10.0.2.2IPNETMASK=255.255.255.0IPBROADCAST=10.0.2.255YPDOMAIN=-NO-NETMASTER=-YES-TIME=-AUTOMATIC-
#/etc/resolv.confnameserver 18.104.22.168nameserver 10.0.2.2
ssh-keygen -t rsa -f /usr/local/etc/ssh_host_key
# sshdif [ -f /usr/local/sbin/prngd ]; then echo -n ' prngd' >/dev/console /usr/local/sbin/prngd /etc/egd-poolfiif [ -f /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl ]; then echo -n ' httpd' >/dev/console /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl startfiif [ -f /usr/local/sbin/sshd ]; then echo -n ' sshd ' >/dev/console /usr/local/sbin/sshdfi
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Quote from: dgb75Any idea why I might not be getting sound? I've got everything else up and running. Sound is configured as SoundBlaster 16 PnP.
$ VBoxManage modifyvm VM-name \--natnet1 "192.168/16"