wish help you to fix your issue If the computer can run only a single program, but the computer is shared between multiple people, then you will have to agree on a time that you get to use the computer to run your program. This was common up through the 1960s. It is still common in some contexts, such as very expensive super-computers. Time-sharing became popular during the 1970s, enabling multiple people to appear to share a computer at the same time, when in fact the computer quickly switched from one person's program to another.
This might help you Whether a machine is virtual has no bearing on your individual credentials or permissions. From a security perspective, each "machine" is distinct, meaning that just because you are an administrator on the "host" machine in no way implies you are an administrator on any guest virtual machines running on that host, even if they're running the same operating system. Its still a matter of the permissions granted to the login identity used to access each machine. I hope I've understood your problem correctly.
How can I find which Java Virtual Machine is running on my computer?
I hope this helps . The purpose of Wine is to provide a WinAPI-like environment on Unix(-like) systems. This implies that Wine may be considered a separate, API-facaded, "independent" operating system on top and along a Unix-like system. Thus, that machine you say may actually have two OSes, one over the other. Firstly, the "real" (controlling real-hardware) one, that is, GNU/Linux. Secondly, there is the WinAPI implementation known as Wine in top of the POSIX/SUS interfaces. And, as far as humankind is concerned, there's one, and only one single portable way to create inter-process communication between machines with different operating systems, and, as you may have already noticed, I refer to sockets.
Running a program located in Mac machine from a windows machine
this will help On the Mac, you need to enable Remote Login in the Sharing pane of System Preferences. On the Windows machine, you need an SSH client. You can then use the SSH client to connect to the Mac (with the proper credentials) and issue commands.