I lost a few hours today setting up Ubuntu on a laptop running Win 10 Home. The magic that fixed this for VirtualBox and VMWare was to run the following command in the Command Prompt app, run as an admin. It does not work if you try to run it in PowerShell. Reboot after running this:
bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype offThis was a not fun experience shared by many others trying to use VirtualBox and VMWare. I assume the problem is Win 10 and not the VM apps. As much as I don't like the Mac keyboard, each time I try to switch to Windows I quickly realize it is a bad idea. While WSL and WSL2 sound OK, I really want the full Linux experience and don't want to deal with running an X server separately in Windows to get the UI for Linux apps.
For those running Ubuntu natively on their laptops with great keyboards, I salute you. You have every right to snicker at me.
Shared folders work except for automount. This command fixes that:
vmhgfs-fuse .host:/ /mnt/hgfs -o subtype=vmhgfs-fuse,allow_other
The alternative is to use the VMWare Player UI to disable/reenable shared folders each time I reboot the VM. The best solution is to add something to /etc/fstab and I will do that soon.
Great. :) It really helps me out I am also confused but after reading this I think my confusion is now clear.ReplyDelete