How do you put a common folder in the State Debian for virtualbox?



  • Decided to set up virtualbox 5 and to test different operating systems, starting with different sets. linux (first choice of Ubuntu, because it sounds familiar, Debian (reading that it could be raised on a home server, and for this, Debian is recommending, Kali-Linux. For your experiments, you took images from the website. http://www.osboxes.org/virtualbox-images/

    The information was found in the article http://alv.me/?p=10087

    C Ubuntu 15.10 64 bit went to the corner. It was easy to complete the guest system, the common folder was available. addressed /media/sf_namesharefolder♪ Drug-n-drop also works. Makes noise.

    In Kali-linux 2.0 64 bit, there were additions to the guest system, a common folder is available. But there's no sound. How to cure sound No's found a solution. If anyone knows how to do it.

    And the hardest part was Debian Jesie 8.2 64 bit. First, the additions to the State system were only set from the root (in the terminal) Introduce su then a password from the user under which the system has entered (in the case of osboxes.org (user - osboxes; password - osboxes.org). And only after that, the team succeeded. sh VBoxGuestAdditions.run Establish the additions to the State system. It helped with the screen resolution, and now it's possible to turn on the screen. It's sounding good, too, and the folder is not available.

    How do build a common folder for Debian Jesie 8.2 64 bit (in virtualbox)?



  • After a few days of torture, the problem was solved! All additions to the State system have been made. The guest window is turning on the screen. There's a sound. Exchange buffet (drug-n-drop, including). And the drumstick... A common folder!

    What was needed for this:

    (The Virtualbox version 5.012 with the guest package has already been installed)

    1. Set a net image of Debian 8.2 x64 from the Debian official website Reference is attached: https://www.debian.org/distrib/netinst I used a small sample of about 240 MPs for the 64-grade system.

    2. The object was repaired and installed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rP_NEAGmGPo )

    1. Next from the root (introduce the command su and then the password you applied for installing the image) was installed The following packages (which I do not know most) are: (whispering on this reference https://askubuntu.com/questions/287205/building-the-main-guest-additions-module-fail )

    sudo apt-get update

    sudo apt-get install dkms

    sudo apt-get install build-essential

    sudo apt-get install virtualbox-guest-x11.

    sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic

    sudo apt-get install linux-headers-virtual

    1. After reloading, the general folder appeared at /media/sf_nameYourFolder. But it was still inaccessible (to add rights to the current user):

    Let's start the terminal. Add a new user to the directory. sudo adduser user_name vboxsf Instead of user_name, we're telling ourselves, our name, the system you know. If the changes are to enter into force, we will reboot the system.

    After all these manipulations, a long-awaited success has come!

    (this reference to the report on the successful installation of the State system supplements: http://joxi.ru/KAgZaxBSg5qW82 The one I wanted to get. )

    I hope my suffering will be helpful to someone. And let them not attack the same granites: And thank you all who tried to help me. Special help from the Clean Asshole Council.




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