Published on April 17, 2016 by Daniel Lanza
This tutorial will explain how to set up a Ubuntu Server virtual machine with:
First, check out how to install Ubuntu Server on VirtualBox to get ready a virtual machine to test.
Our virtual machine has two network adapters. The second one (eth1) is a host-only adapter with a static IP address -> 192.168.56.101
Apache Web Server needs to be running. The installation and configuration was indicated in the previous post. Type the IP address on your browser to see Apache2 default page.
Install proftd on Ubuntu server:
sudo apt-get install proftpd
Select the ProFTPD configuration. You can choose between:
I selected standalone.
Install on your local machine a FTP client. I recommend FileZilla.
Now, we are going to verify our static IP Address for host-only network adapter (eth1).
Type server, user and password in your FTP client to connect.
Edit Samba configuration file.
sudo vi smb.conf
Add at the end the following:
Type :wq to save and close. Then, restart Samba server.
sudo restart smbd
Type your user login for network share.
You will be able to share files from your PC to the virtual machine by network.comments powered by Disqus
This tutorial will explain how to install Ubuntu Server on a virtual machine. First, you need to have Ubuntu Server ISO file and VirtualBox installed. VirtualBox Ubuntu Server Create a new virtual machine on VirtualBox by clicking on New. Create new virtual machine Select type and version of the virtual machine. In this case, Linux and Ubuntu (64-bits). Select type and version of the virtual machine Select the amount of memory (RAM).Read more