If you open the VirtualBox GUI, select the VM from the list and start it up, then yes, you should see a new window with the Linux boot process. In the end you should get a login prompt for the console.
Hmmm. Unless no. No. I believe it’s running in “headless” mode. So no, it would NOT open a console. I’m glad you asked this!
I ran netstat after running the vm and apparently the ports are listening, if I shut it down and execute the command once again the ports are not listed
Good, that’s expected behavior. So at least the VM is actually starting up.
The output for
ssh-config looks okay.
So, to summarize:
- You can boot the VM
- The VM starts up
- After a while you can see a listener on your own computer’s port 2222.
All of that is okay.
Can you try the following?
That is the hard-coded IP MongoU have given to the VM. If that works, can you try:
The password is “vagrant”. If that works, at least you can get in.