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Virtualisation / Re: Virtual Machine software.
« on: January 29, 2019, 12:43:37 pm »
Evening all,

I am coming to the end of my patience with Virtualbox on my machine Pnr Status TextNow VPN.  I have used VB for a long time to test security and play around with new distros but I always have a really annoying problem.

A lot of the time when I start up VB and try to start one of my machines it comes up with an error saying I need to reload the modules.  I do this but to no success, the same issue.  Some times there is no problem at all and my machines just start, or they will start after I reload the modules once.

This is something I've put up with for a long time and I've scoured the internet to try and find a solution.  I've also used different distros and reinstalled my machine a couple of times.

To be honest I haven't found a permenant solution so I think it's time to move on.

The point of this topic is to ask what Virtual Machine software everyone uses and if they could recommend one for me.  I have looked at others but I'd like your input.

Thank you all for your input!

Update :
VirtualBox still lives and in good shape,
Many of the problems have been fixed and it supports more OS now.

Ubuntu / Re: Lost in Hyper-Space - actually trouble installing :(
« on: January 29, 2019, 12:40:55 pm »
I've an old MacBookPro (with 32bit limitation) Managed to install Linux Lite but haven't got anywhere with installation of two things I really need (a) Citrix (b) Skype.  I've looked through various u-Tube posts - no luck Lucky Patcher 9Apps VidMate.  Can anyone please give me a little guidance?  I wondered if I should install WINE but I believe the number of applications are limited and probably don't include Citrix ICA32 which is used by our server (prehistoric but it works).  One last thing LinuxLite has Citrix and Skype listed as apps to be installed but I've failed so often that I re-installed Linux Lite to be sure all is vanilla.  Thanks for any help / guidance - Jean

If it's not late I recomand Lubuntu,
It's small and fast. Only one problem, the repo does not have much software, you have to download and install .deb packages manually.

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