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run_webhmi_as_virtual_machine [2019/01/16 10:55]
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run_webhmi_as_virtual_machine [2019/02/11 14:13]
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 +Default credentials are:
 +|Login| admin|
 +|Password| admin|
  
 Congratulations! You was able to run WebHMI on your computer. Have fun with it. Congratulations! You was able to run WebHMI on your computer. Have fun with it.
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 ====== Troubleshooting ====== ====== Troubleshooting ======
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 ==== Create Virtual Network ==== ==== Create Virtual Network ====
-In some cases you might want to create absolutely independent network for your virtual machine. These might be security or any other reasons. Here is [[https://​www.virtualbox.org/​manual/​ch06.html|VirtualBox'​s manual about virtual networking]].+In some cases you might want to create absolutely independent network for your virtual machine. These might be security or any other reasons. Here is [[https://​www.virtualbox.org/​manual/​ch07.html|VirtualBox'​s manual about virtual networking]].
  
 For example, if you have only only one Ethernet adapter which is not connected anywhere. In this case your operation system will to send any traffic to such interface and you will be unable to use WebHMI'​ UI with bridged adapter. In opposite, virtual network'​s cable is always connected. So there will be no such problem. For example, if you have only only one Ethernet adapter which is not connected anywhere. In this case your operation system will to send any traffic to such interface and you will be unable to use WebHMI'​ UI with bridged adapter. In opposite, virtual network'​s cable is always connected. So there will be no such problem.

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