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Old 15. Jan 2014, 06:07 AM   #29 (permalink)
J_L
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With Btrfs slow and buggy to the point of unusable now, I re-installed openSUSE in Ext4. Now it's much faster and smoother. Problem is VirtualBox shared folders won't auto-mount with that setting, and editing /etc/fstab makes it unbootable.

Fortunately, adding "sudo mount -t vboxsf VM_Shared /media/sf_VM_Shared" (manually made that folder with sudo) under "/etc/init.d/boot.local" worked. Therefore, I have 7/10 virtual machines automatically mounting shared folders, the few left are incompatible and need FTP access.

Don't think I will modify this line-up for quite some time (all are latest stable unless indicated otherwise):
1) Haiku Nightly
2) iATKOS ML2
3) Mageia KDE
4) Manjaro XFCE
5) openSUSE GNOME
6) PC-BSD LXDE
7) Scientific Linux IceWM
8) Ubuntu
9) Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard
10) Windows XP Professional

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