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Try this: sudo sed -i.orig 's/^nameserver.*$/nameserver 8.8.8.8/' /etc/resolv.conf And then try update50 again.


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There are 3 network adapters in my virtualizer settings. I disabled 1 of the two (Network Adapter 3) and now everything is fine.


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do: sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces add these lines at the end: auto eth1 iface eth1 inet dhcp auto eth2 iface eth2 inet dhcp Make sure your adapter 0 is 'NAT', adapter 1 is 'host-only', adapter 2 is 'bridged'


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I stumbled across the answer when I rebooted. Reinstalling VMWare is done on my Windows computer, not in the appliance itself. I thought it reinstalled when I got the Program Compatibility Assistan window. VMWare ran almost perfectly even though I was running a different version of Windows. It only caused problems with internet access but this was ...


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int main(int argc, string argv[]) { int k = atoi(argv[1]); What happens if argv[1] doesn't exist? You will segfault. Make sure you check whether it even exists before you try to assign its value to your variable. You are already checking argc, but you need to check beforehand.


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If you are using Oracle VirtualBox then make sure that network adapters are like the listed below, Adapter 1: NAT Adapter 2: Host-only adapter, 'VirtualBox Host-Only Ethernet adapter'. Adapter 3: Bridged adapter.


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Fixed it by changing the adapter type. Thank you See Below.. I changed it to PC-net FAST III (NAT)


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From your comments, you are using an older version of the appliance. Consider upgrading to the latest one, by removing this one and installing the latest from here: manual.cs50.net/appliance/2014. If this answers your question please accept it by clicking the gray check-mark to the left, so that it becomes green. You can also vote it up by pressing the up ...


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Try using the CS50 cloud 9 ide.


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I solved my question by uninstalling and then reinstalling the appliance in VMware workstation ,hope this will help you... :)


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Installation of CS50-customized Ubuntu goes best if you can give your computer a wired connection before starting and arrange for it to receive an IP address automatically from the connected router or another DHCP server. Alternatively, try to make a wired connection immediately after the installation. Ignore the "missing network adapter" message on the ...


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To get to the internet: Network Address Translation (NAT) is the simplest way of accessing an external network from a virtual machine. A virtual machine with NAT enabled acts much like a real computer that connects to the Internet through a router. To get to your computer: No physical adapter is required. Host-only networking creates a network containing ...


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ZOMBIE QUESTION. This one is from January 27, 2015. The poster answered their own question, but did not accept their own answer by clicking the green check mark. Now, it seems likely that this will never be marked as answered so it will haunt the forum forever.


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Ive just uninstalled the cs50appliance and then reinstalled it. Now I can get online with google again. So the only way I can get online is either by keeping the appliance running 24/7. As soon as I shut it down I cannot get back online with google in cs50 appliance. Theres a bug somewhere.


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Wow! i just reset the virtual network settings to default, and Woalaa!!! it worked. Try this. go to "edit > virtual network editor > change settings > restore defaults"


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