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How to get Higher screen Resolution for Ubuntu 14.04 guest on VirtualBox - Learn Online

This worked for me and I am running VirtualBox and Ubuntu

sudo apt-get install virtualbox-guest-utils virtualbox-guest-x11 virtualbox-guest-dkms

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  1. I have a problem with the virtualbox-guest-utils and virtualbox-guest-x11 :( it says they can't locate the file

  2. Unable to locate package ......

  3. Thank you so much ,, you saved my life !!

  4. It says to me: Unable to locate package virtualbox-guest-utils :(

  5. +z1mt0n1x you can do the copy - paste thing by hitting Ctrl + Shift + V ...

  6. +John Diaz I can also just use Windows and don't copy/paste at all. You see, that's one of the finer things about Windows, everything just works. If it doesn't work, you fuckt it up and it's not until then you need to copy/paste stuff.

    That's why I don't like Linux, cuz the extreme usage of copy/pasting makes me feel like I've fuckt everything up.
    "sudo apt get update" haunted my brain for months after trying out Mint, not going near any Linux distro again unless they figure out how to properly make a newbie-friendly OS.
     Not even Apple's OS is that crappy, so, surely something went wrong with Linux.

  7. Man.... All the copypasta in terminal... Why can't Linux be simpler than that?

    Tried Linux Mint last week and I got frustrated. Who the hell remembers all the commands? Just get Windows and click an icon (done).

  8. Fernando Henrique1 March 2017 at 15:42

    aew, tava precisando, vlw


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