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Thread: Geust Additions when using OpenSuse as a guest OS

  1. #1
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    Default Geust Additions when using OpenSuse as a guest OS

    Now, this may not be an openSuse problem but...
    I've got openSuse installed as a guest OS in VirtualBox in an Ubuntu OS.
    I have also installed (I think so anyway!!) the Guest Additions, thinking that I would be able to use my cursor seamlessly between Host and Guest.
    However, this doesn't work!
    Anyway, how can I check that the GuestAdd has actually installed, and if so, why doesn't it work the way I thought it would?

    Cheers

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    Default Re: Geust Additions when using OpenSuse as a guest OS

    It works as the same way on all guest/OS.

    It can possibly be a problem with VirtualBox, but keep in mind Linux/OS doesn't is supported by virtualbox with 3d, wifi and so on!!

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    josephkk NNTP User

    Default Re: Geust Additions when using OpenSuse as a guest OS

    On Sun, 10 Oct 2010 12:36:10 GMT, OllieGab
    <OllieGab@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >
    >Now, this *may* not be an openSuse problem but...
    >I've got openSuse installed as a guest OS in VirtualBox in an Ubuntu
    >OS.
    >I have also installed (I *think* so anyway!!) the Guest Additions,
    >thinking that I would be able to use my cursor seamlessly between Host
    >and Guest.
    >However, this doesn't work!
    >Anyway, how can I check that the GuestAdd has actually installed, and
    >if so, why doesn't it work the way I thought it would?
    >
    >Cheers


    I started with XP as guest on a suse 11.1 host. Early on i had it set to
    use the right control key to toggle, then i found the setting again and
    set it to smooth integration. I like smooth much better, the window
    pointed to gets focus with any click.

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