Thank you for advices. The computer owns 8 GB RAM and 1 TB disk space. For VM I reset the RAM to 3 GB and disk space to 200 GB and retried the process.
It turned out the same error.
Is there any other possibilities?
Thank you very much!
df -lh" in a terminal to see how disk space is being used in the linux VM. Check that the host has some free disk space and check the size on disk of the virtual disk.
If you are running short of space or memory in linux there should be messages somewhere in
/var/log. Most distros have a log viewer application as well as GUI tools to monitor disk and memory usage in real time.
Thank you very much gnwiii! It now works perfectly!
I reinstalled the SeaDAS 7.3.2 linux64, reset the RAM to 4 GB and disk space to 200 GB. It now works well. Thank you again!