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Re: latest Lubuntu 14.04 in virtualbox
One thing I forgot to note, and maybe this should be a bug report, need
to check, but in a VM (may also be Vbox issue), with a shared Windoze
folder, I have to add the vboxfs group to $USER in order to access the
sudo usermod -a -G vboxfs $USER
Log Out && Back in, folder appears as expected.
groupmod <tab 3 times> shows the group
id $USER or groups does not, so it's not added on initial log in for sure.
On 3/31/2014 22:00, Greg Beam wrote:
> Lubuntu, both Native and VM installs are working nicely here. I can't
> say the same about Ubuntu Desktop, though, Gnome is going pretty smooth.
> I've started using Lubuntu for some other software projects I'm involved
> with, and by in large, its been fairly stable. These projects are using
> Gfortran, C/C++ tool-chains, CMake, CPack, QT5, Portaudio, FFTW,
> Samplerate, and a host of autotools to build them. So far, none have
> failed to build && run when all the deps are met.
> Greg, KI7MT
> On 3/31/2014 21:51, Phill Whiteside wrote:
>> there is still time, and doing hardware installs is now the most important
>> part of testing... So, get a cd-rw ready and keep doing a new install over
>> the old one :)
>> Have a read of https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Testing#Start_Testing For a
>> good over view of lubuntu testing.
>> Thanks for helping test!
>> On 31 March 2014 22:30, Kjetil brinchmann Halvorsen <kjetil1001@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>>> I just tested the latest 14.04 beta in virtualbox. Everything seems to
>>> work fine, and skype is working, again.
>>> Is there time to do a complete install, or should I still wait?
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