FreeBSD, VBox, mouse integration

asf8g 9hf32 machina2413 at gmail.com
Tue May 21 18:09:56 UTC 2013


Well, I don't know much about installation. My professor at university has
ordered me to test mouse integration(it hasn't worked). So I need to fix
it.
The only thing I know is that he has used guest additions. I have 2
scripts. The first loads drivers (vboxguest and vboxvideo). The second is
about vboxservice.
Loading drivers works fine, I've checked it using "kldstat".

I've found on Web that I need to add this 2 lines to rc.conf, but they have
been there already.
I have no idea what to do next.

What do you mean with the same version of VirtualBox? Do I have to have the
same version on my host and guest even if i dont use vbox on guest?

Lukas


2013/5/21 Alexandre <axelbsd at ymail.com>

>
>
> On Tuesday, May 21, 2013, asf8g 9hf32 wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I'm using VirtualBox. Host OS is FreeBSD, guest OS is FreeBSD(amd64) too.
>> I'd like to integrate mouse from guest and host(I don't want to use right
>> ctrl to free mouse from guest).
>> I'm using vbox guest additions to do it. I have loaded drivers(vboxguest
>> and vboxvideo).My rc.conf has lines
>>
>> vboxguest_enable="YES"vboxservice_enable="YES"
>>
>> but mouse isn't integrated.
>>
>> Could you tell me what to do to integrate mouse ?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Lukas
>
>
>> Hi Lukas,
>
>
> In your VM, have you installed VBox additional tool from ports/packages in
> addition to the lines in /etc/rc.conf ?
> You must use the same version of VirtualBox on both host and guest.
>
> Kind regards,
> Alexandre
>


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