Share transient folder in openSUSE with VirtualBox

Published on March 17, 2017 by Daniel Lanza

 opensuse  virtualbox

This tutorial will explain how to share a host holder into your guest virtual machine.

Requirements

You will need the following:

Steps

Make transient folder

Go to share folder settings and create a new transient folder.

Create a new transient folder
Create a new transient folder
Give the name to the transient folder
Give the name to the transient folder
New transient folder created
New transient folder created

It is important to remember the transient folder name.

Mount folder

Open terminal in guest machine and mount the transient folder.

dalanz@linux-geij:~> mkdir transFolder
dalanz@linux-geij:~> sudo mount -t vboxsf share transFolder
dalanz@linux-geij:~> cd transFolder
dalanz@linux-geij:~/transFolder/> ll
Mount transient folder
Mount transient folder

Copy and paste files

Files from host machine are reachable. Only copy and paste file.

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