Today’s tutorial will check how installing the VirtualBox Guest Additions in the distribution is easy. Despite what some people want to make you believe, the VirtualBox Guest Additions work in Nitrux (and other non-systemd Linux distributions), and it’s as simple as utilizing the Guest Additions disc image provided by Oracle in VirtualBox.
Installing Guest Additions
Of course, we need to install Nitrux in a virtual machine using VirtualBox. To do this, check out our tutorial to install the distribution. Once we’ve completed the installation, we boot up the virtual machine and do the following.
- Click on Devices>Insert Guest Additions CD image…
- Inside the virtual machine, click on NX Notifications, and click the CD image to mount it.
- After clicking the CD image, Index will open in the directory where we mounted the CD image; here, we open the embedded terminal in Index.
- Then we run the following command. Since we’re using sudo, you will need to enter your password.
Once the install script finishes, we can change the window resolution. Finally, we reboot to ensure that the VirtualBox kernel module is loaded.
Below is a video of the installation process.
That’s it; this concludes today’s tutorial.