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virtualbox_fullscreen_problem_installing_guest_additions_on_sparkylinux [2019/11/06 22:08] (current)
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 Before installing the Guest Additions, you will have to prepare your guest system for building external kernel modules. This works similarly as described in Section 2.3.2, “The VirtualBox kernel module”, except that this step must now be performed in your Linux guest instead of on a Linux host system, as described there. Before installing the Guest Additions, you will have to prepare your guest system for building external kernel modules. This works similarly as described in Section 2.3.2, “The VirtualBox kernel module”, except that this step must now be performed in your Linux guest instead of on a Linux host system, as described there.
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 +1. In Virtualbox Settings > Display, change "​Graphics Controller"​ to "​VBoxSVGA"​ and enable 3D Acceleration.
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 +2. Install Linux headers with command
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 +  sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r)
  
 Again, as with Linux hosts, we recommend using DKMS if it is available for the guest system. If it is not installed, use this command for Ubuntu/​Debian systems: Again, as with Linux hosts, we recommend using DKMS if it is available for the guest system. If it is not installed, use this command for Ubuntu/​Debian systems:
virtualbox_fullscreen_problem_installing_guest_additions_on_sparkylinux.txt · Last modified: 2019/11/06 22:08 by pavroo