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VirtualBox – Shared folder mount

If we have in VirtuelBox Linux(Ubuntu) as a guest under Windows, you have shared folders that was created in VirtuelBox, maunten under Linux, so you can also access it from Linux. It reaches this command ;

sudo mount -t vboxsf GemeinsemeOrdnerName OrdnerNameunterLinux(z.B /home/username/Windows)

Of course you have to do it after every new start. But if you do not want, you can make it automatically. This requires the fstab file in / etc / changed.

Open the file;

sudo gedit /etc/fstab

and as the last line add the following;

GemeinsameOrdnerName OrdnerNameUnterLinux vboxsf rw 0 0

After a new start will automatically mount shared folders.

 

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