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VirtualBox 注意事项

  • VirtualBox can run vmdk discs so the VMware build can work for VirtualBox as well.
  • The provided machine configuration offers a VMware configuration only!
  • So the VMware tools will not fit. You may want to add the virtualbox tools instead.
  • Direct links to other howto sections: General | KDE | Gnome | VMware | VirtualBox | DiskImage (USB stick) | LiveCD/DVD (.iso)

如何添加 vmx 至 virtualbox

  • As said, Virtual Box can run vmdks natively so you can run the vmware images on it.

如何添加虚拟机工具

  • Add the package virtualbox-ose-guest-tools.
  • Alternatively, if the previous option does not work, you can try the following if you are using the PUEL VirtualBox (PUEL = Personal Use and Evaluation License ). When running the appliance with VirtualBox, go to Devices->Install Guest Additions. This will mount a virtual CD from the image VBoxGuestAdditions.iso. Copy the file VBoxLinuxAdditions-x86.run into a local folder. Write a script that will execute that file (as root) the first time the machine boots (and after all the services have been loaded)--if you are only interested in being able to share folders, you can run VBoxLinuxAdditions-x86.run vfs-module instead. Keep in mind that you will have to reboot the machine at the end of the installation. Upload the script and the VBoxLinuxAdditions-x86.run file to your appliance in SUSE Studio using the Overlay files section. Before building your appliance, make sure to include the following packages: kernel-source, linux-kernel-headers, make, gcc, and gcc-c++.
  • To set up a folder to share, run the following command as root:
  mount -t vboxsf name -o uid=1000 mountpoint  
  • where 1000 is the user id of tux (see /etc/passwd), and name is the name given to the shared folders when you set them up in the VirtualBox shared folder settings dialog.

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