My VirtualBox is a little outdated but this might help others who are encountering this issue.
Suddenly my VirtualBox is giving a HostMemoryLow error and it's kinda annoying, before I can still use it using "Guru Meditation" mode but not this time. I searched around the internet and found some posts that they just killed GoogleCrahHandle.exe in Task Manager. I tried it on my pc but there's no GoogleCrashHandler.exe on my Task Manager but there's GoogleUpdate.exe I tried terminating that task and restarted my VM and it works!
Here's the specs:
- Host OS: Windows XP
- Virtual OS: Ubuntu 12.04
- 1gb RAM each (Host and Virtual OS)
- VirtualBox 4.1.22 r80657
Hope this helps!
After a long wait for a LTS version of Ubuntu I finally installed their latest release the Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise Pangolin, I installed it on my Compaq CQ40 the AMD Turion X2 64-bit with ATI Radeon version.
The installation went smoothly and when I attached my LED monitor (Samsung SyncMaster SA300) and try to configure the multi-monitor setting, I got this error message "The selected configuration for displays could not be applied". Continue reading
I was browsing around the Android Market to look for an application that can browse my Ubuntu box's folders and play a video on my Android phone, and then I saw this application called "SSHmote", installed it, played around it and discovered cool things.
So what is "SSHmote"? As described on Android Market:
I've been using Citrix for a while now on my virtual machine Windows XP and I'm wondering if there's a Citrix Client for Linux, in this case, I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. So I tried browsing Citrix's website and look at their download page.
To find the .deb file to be installed in your Ubuntu Lucid Lynx box follow this steps:
1. Download the .deb file here.
2. On the download page, look for the part similar to image below and click download: