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Oracle VirtualBOX: mounting Windows 7 host folder into guest
Oracle VirtualBOX: mounting Windows 7 host folder into guest
Sharing folders between Ubuntu guest and Windows Host
How to access windows host shared folders from ubuntu guest
Share folder between Windows (Host) and Ubuntu (Guest)
VirtualBox: access Windows-host shared folders from Ubuntu-guest
Access VirtualBox Shared Folder from Ubuntu 12.04


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  1. Ahhh... so you are pertinacious type...! This is what stops you from progress! can't take a negative feedback! Huh!!!!

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  2. +Ankit Taluja Huh!

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  3. +TheHugeWTF Sorry, I should have written some more exlamaction marks.

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  4. Леонид Макеев1 March 2017 at 15:16

    Hindus such Hindus.

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  5. Are you implying you are superior

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  6. you are so slow man! are you reading it from somewhere or are you an idiot?

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  7. +Florent HAZARD /sbin/mount.vboxsf: mounting failed with the error: No such device

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  8. sudo apt-get install virtualbox-guest-utils

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  9. HELP HELP!!!
    this location could not be displayed. you do not have the permissions necessary to view the contents of "sf_H_DRIVE"

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  10. Florent HAZARD1 March 2017 at 15:16

    Ten minutes for 2 commands...
    - On host, Create a shared folder with name SHARE_NAME (the name you want) to a local path.
    - On guest, enter commands:
    sudo mkdir /media/SHARE_NAME/
    sudo mount -t vboxsf SHARE_NAME /media/SHARE_NAME/

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  11. thanks , its working where i was stuck. thanks for this video :)

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  12. +TID - TheIronDog Install the guest additions as he mentioned earlier in the video.

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  13. Inverted Snake1 March 2017 at 15:16

    unknown filesystem type 'vboxsf'

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  14. thanks for the video. Works fine. good job.

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  15. Somsurya Nanda1 March 2017 at 15:16

    Hi,
    Thanks for making this video. I followed the instructions same but it didn't work for me. Every thing worked but at last when I try to view the shared folder from Ubuntu its blank. Can anyone please help me with this. Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and VBox 5.01

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  16. Thanks a lot.. Worked Perfectly!

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  17. The only problem is that this shared folder exists under c:Users, which is already shared by VirtualBox, and it doesn't cover how to accomplish this with a directory that resides outside of c:Users, for example, c:tempdata. This is significant, because there are security restrictions limiting people to their home directory.

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  18. Ольга Павлюк1 March 2017 at 15:16

    Thanks! It is very useful!!!

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  19. video was not help full at all it was a load of crap it didnt even work

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  20. Luis Guayacán1 March 2017 at 15:16

    you saved ma life :v

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  21. it gives me "unknown file system type vboxsf"..

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  22. I am a human. What are my options?

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  23. how do i get the command line??? The symbol doesnt exist in my virtual box ubuntu

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  24. Hi, do you happen to know how it works if you have a cloudera quickstart VM 5.4.2.0 virtual box (from oracle VM virtual box) and a windows 7 system? I do not see the same VM tabs as in the video and do not get an option to install guest additions etc. Hope someone can help me out. Have already been seraching a lot. Thanks

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  25. AllAboutCricket CricketIsLife1 March 2017 at 15:16

    i think you might learn english first and the spellings of the words... A**

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  26. NewfieOn2Wheels1 March 2017 at 15:16

    this is the only tutorial that worked for me, thank you

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