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VirtualBox Notes

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1. VirtualBox Guest Addtion on CLI

  • Mount Guest Addtion ISO (from Console Menu)
  • Mount it from OS (/vmboxguestiso is destination mount point)
    mount /dev/cdrom /vmboxguestiso/
    
  • Resolve Dependancies

Install kernel-header

`sudo yum update && sudo yum -y install kernel-headers kernel-devel`

## install other packages
yum install gcc make perl

2. Troubleshooing VirtualBox VM

2.1. Unable to mount Shared folders in CLI

Check vboxsf module sudo modprobe vboxsf

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