What can I do to earn money, with the fleet of Virtual Private Servers I own?

I own a lot of servers, Virtual Private Servers in specific. Those resources are being wasted. How do I put them to good use to earn a substantial amount of money?

Please give me detailed ideas and suggestions.

P.S.: I’m a techie. To be more specific, a Python Developer, and a Linux Systems Admin.

Virtual Box rdp connection problem

I have Virtual Box 5.2 Installed on my Dedicated Server running on Ubuntu 16.0.4.
Since this Server obesely runs headless I have installed a ubuntu virtual machine via the command line with the help of this tutorial. The machine it self runs fine, since I got VM "ubuntu" has been successfully started. I started the machine in the headless mode, so VRDP should automatically be activated.

When I now try to connect with rdp://user@server_address:3389 (of course I added the right username and IP) I can’t open the rdp connection. Depending on the application I use, I get different error messages, most of them are something like they can’t establish the connection or there is an problem with the endpoint.

Did I miss something within the configuration?

Google Chrome Redirecionando para HTTPS em localhost ou virtual host

Bom dia a todos.

Recentemente, não sei se foi alguma atualização do google, o navegador deles passou a fazer uma redirecionamento estranho.

Tenho servidor apache e quando entro em uma url configurada no localhost, mesmo que ela seja virtual como por exemplo www.equipe.com, que aponta para o 127.0.0.1, ele não acessa de forma alguma, até mesmo em minha residência.

Ele falha por alguma configuração proxy e vai para o mesmo link que coloco, porém forçando o HTTPS ao invés de HTTP.

Alguém sabe me dizer o que pode ser ou se já passou por isso?
(OBS: Falha apenas no navegador google, os demais estão normais)

Cannot install Virtual Box on Mac

I don’t have much experience with Mac’s and am having trouble getting Virtual Box installed.

I have a MacBook Pro (Late 2011) running macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 and am trying to install Virtual Box 5.2.18. However each time the installer fails. Googling has revealed this is a common issue to do with “App Installation Security”.

Following the guide from https://medium.com/@DMeechan/fixing-the-installation-failed-virtualbox-error-on-mac-high-sierra-7c421362b5b5 I have disabled things with sudo spctl --master-disable and can see and have selected Anywhere in Security & Privacy. However VirtualBox still fails to install.

  1. Has anyone got any other suggestions I can try to get VirtualBox installed?
  2. Happy to use anything other than VirtualBox so I can install an Ubuntu guest on this macBook?

Virtual Box – Shared folder issue with Ubuntu 16.04

I have a Virtual Box GUI Version 5.1.14r112924 (Qt5.6.2) with a Guest OS Ubuntu-16.04.2 (64-bit) and as a host OS Windows 7 Enterprise.

My shared folder functionality and the ClipBoard mode used to work, but a few days ago, without an update from any component, the shared folder on my Guest OS was empty, while it was containing a lot of files on my host OS.

I installed the guest additions (5.2.8_KernelUbuntu r120774):

Session Information

And the folder is configured like this:

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So the files from my C:/LocalData/Share should be available in /media/sf_Share/ but this is not the case 🙁

I tried to restart the Guest OS, update the Guest Additions from an ISO image (this also gave troubles):

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I already tried to remove the Optical Drive from the Virtual Box and to read it, nothing helped. I could run the ISO from the mounted drive, but this also gave me an issue:

Because it was still mounted I could install it from there but it gave me errors.

What did work be to install them using apt-get:

sudo apt-get install virtualbox-guest-additions-iso

I also made sure that my user is added to the vboxsf group

sudo usermod -G vboxsf -a

And the rights are ok on the folder:

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This installed them, but I cannot find a way to access the files on my host OS 🙁

I put a lot of effort into setting up my guest OS and configuring everything. I want to avoid to start over the config just for not being able to share files and copy text between host and guest OS.

Is there something else I could try?

Is there a way to measure the resonant frequency of any sound created by a virtual instrument

I was looking for a way to measure the resonant frequency of any sound created by a virtual instrument.

I am looking for an aid for better mixes in audio.

The resonant frequency in question is fairly contained in that the sound is mainly found in a software world.

Is there a formula?

A plug-in?

Thank you very much.

Sincerely,

jpeek345

Can’t SSH into a Vagrant Virtual Machine

Local Vagrant machine installed at IP address 10.0.0.23 with hostname lamp-vm.

Using vagrant ssh command, I can connect just fine and do everything I need.

This creates an error

$ ssh vagrant@lamp-vm -v -v

debug1: connect to address 10.0.0.23 port 22: Connection timed out
ssh: connect to host lamp-vm port 22: Connection timed out

My /etc/hosts file contains 10.0.0.23 lamp-vm.

My .ssh/config file looks like

Host lamp-vm
User vagrant
IdentityFile ~/.ssh/vagrant

I have tried the ssh command with and without the -i /path/to/.sh/identity_file as well.

How do I connect to my Vagrant Virtual Machine using SSH?