I had the same issue (installed from ISO on Hyper-V). I found that ip50 only checks for an address on eth1. Personally I only had eth0 active. I just updated the ip50 script to check eth0 instead and the IP address shows up fine now. Internet and appliance updates were working fine before and after.
To update the ip50 script, open a terminal window and ...
A fix for this on your end would be to add the additional networks in the VBox settings for the VM; network adaptor 2 should be Host-Only; (if nothing shows up in Adapter 2's name go to File > Preferences > Network > Host only, and click the top image-button on the right "Add host only network") and network adaptor 3 should be set to Bridged (you can leave ...
As per the instructions for VMWare 11 (Windows):
1) VMware is supporting CS50 and CS50x by providing evaluation licenses
for VMware Workstation 11 at no cost to students. These will be active
If you are enrolled in CS50 at Harvard College or CSCI E-50 through the Harvard Extension School, visit the VMware Software Center
This is what I understood from that part of CS50:
No, it takes the same amount space in the heap or in the stack. The difference comes when you need to store data dynamically (on user's demand). If you have to store data but you don't know how much data you need to store before the program runs, you can have design problems.
If you have a ...
Make sure you have VMware tools installed. I think you will find it under VM -> Manage. If it is stippled (greyed out) make sure you have a CD Rom mounted to linux.iso. Something like VM -> Settings->Hardware->add->CD/DVD-> ISO. This article may help.
I have since solved the issue.
If you have Skype installed like I do - this application uses the port. So you can turn it off in Skype like so:
Make sure it is unticked. This solved my issue, hopefully it will help others.
Do you have the 2014 version of the appliance? I realized after some time that I had downloaded an earlier variant XD.
Here is the link to the most up to date version:
I hope thats all it was. Best of luck.
In addition to Cygni_61's comments, make sure to also
a) have the actual virtual network adapter enabled on your computer: http://s18.postimg.org/ra1utxw8p/image.png
b) have it actually "connected" in VMWare settings: http://s18.postimg.org/uiaxkq7w9/image.png