I’m living without a TV these days and thus removed the set-top box, resulting in a clock-less living room.
Therefore, I’ve connected an old display to my ‘server’ (on the left of the screen) and created a new clock:
I installed Ubuntu Server 8.04 inside a VirtualBox (v 2.4.1_OSE) virtual machine.
The installation went smooth, but when I wanted to boot into my Ubuntu Server, it returned the following error right after GRUB:
This kernel requires the following features not present on the cpu: 0:6
Unable to boot – please use a kernel appropriate for your CPU
Screenshot or it didn’t happen?
How to solve:
This can be easily resolved by enabling the PAE/NX option in the virtual machine’s settings.
This will expose the PAE of your CPU to the virtual machine.
- go to the homescreen of Virtualbox
- select your virtual machine
- click the ‘settings’ button on top of the screen
- click the tab ‘Advanced’
- check the box next to ‘PAE/NX’
Like in this screenshot:
Now, you can fire up your virtual machine again, and it will start up without this error.
I was looking at the stats for mimor.be and I was a bit surprised to see these easy attempts to compromise data from the website.
There were several 404 errors returned on files with names such as:
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