Virtualbox Guest Additions For Mac Os X

  • 1 First Steps
    • 1.4 Supported Host Operating Systems
    • 1.8 Running Your Virtual Machine
    • 1.10 Snapshots
    • 1.14 Importing and Exporting Virtual Machines
    • 1.15 Integrating with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
    • 1.18 Soft Keyboard
  • 2 Installation Details
    • 2.1 Installing on Windows Hosts
    • 2.2 Installing on Mac OS X Hosts
    • 2.3 Installing on Linux Hosts
    • 2.4 Installing on Oracle Solaris Hosts
  • 3 Configuring Virtual Machines
    • 3.1 Supported Guest Operating Systems
    • 3.2 Unattended Guest Installation
    • 3.4 General Settings
    • 3.5 System Settings
    • 3.6 Display Settings
    • 3.11 USB Support
    • 3.14 Alternative Firmware (EFI)
  • 4 Guest Additions
    • 4.2 Installing and Maintaining Guest Additions
    • 4.3 Shared Folders
    • 4.4 Drag and Drop
    • 4.5 Hardware-Accelerated Graphics
    • 4.7 Guest Properties
    • 4.8 Guest Control File Manager
    • 4.10 Memory Overcommitment
    • 4.11 Controlling Virtual Monitor Topology
  • 5 Virtual Storage
    • 5.11 vboximg-mount: A Utility for FUSE Mounting a Virtual Disk Image
  • 6 Virtual Networking
    • 6.3 Network Address Translation (NAT)
  • 7 VBoxManage
    • 7.8 VBoxManage modifyvm
    • 7.10 VBoxManage import
    • 7.11 VBoxManage export
    • 7.37 VBoxManage unattended
    • 7.38 VBoxManage snapshot
    • 7.39 VBoxManage clonevm
    • 7.40 VBoxManage sharedfolder
    • 7.41 VBoxManage extpack
    • 7.42 VBoxManage dhcpserver
    • 7.43 VBoxManage debugvm
    • 7.44 VBoxManage cloudprofile
    • 7.45 VBoxManage cloud
    • 7.46 VBoxManage signova
    • 7.47 VBoxManage updatecheck
    • 7.48 vboximg-mount

Virtualbox Guest Additions For Mac Os Vm

  1. Thus, Oracle VM VirtualBox comes with extensive support for a substantial number of guest operating systems including, but absolutely not limited to, Mac OS X (10.5 or later), DOS/Windows 3.x, Linux (2.4 and 2.6), Windows (NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista, Windows 7), Solaris and OpenSolaris.
  2. This version also included guest extensions (VM additions) for OS/2 guests, which could run on Windows, OS/2 or Mac OS X hosts using Virtual PC versions 5, 6 or 7. A new version of the guest extensions was later included with Microsoft's Virtual PC 2004.
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Virtualbox Guest Additions For Mac Os X 10.8

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Virtualbox Macos Catalina Guest Additions

On Mac OS X hosts, this file is in the application bundle of Oracle VM VirtualBox. Right-click on the Oracle VM VirtualBox icon in Finder and choose Show Package Contents. The file is located in the Contents/MacOS folder. On a Linux host, this file is in the additions folder where you installed Oracle VM VirtualBox, usually /opt/VirtualBox/.