IsaacS

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comment VMware Fusion VM resolution not changeable from 800x600
@Vic Could you tell how to make sure that my Ubuntu is using VMWare drivers? I thought about it, but other than installing vmwate-tools I don't know how to do so.
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comment VMware Fusion VM resolution not changeable from 800x600
As I updated my OP, yeah I already tried re-install VMWare Tools (now I did it again) but no luck (btw what's your account name? It's not really shown).
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comment How do I install Guest Additions in a VirtualBox VM?
I liked to use this method for the mentioned reason. However, it didn't work for me on OSX host (10.9.3) and Ubuntu 12.04 guest on VirtualBox (4.3.12). I had to use ISO installation askubuntu.com/a/22745/24203 (otherwise got not such device error stackoverflow.com/questions/3492466/…)
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comment How to mount virtualbox shared folder on Ubuntu server 10.04 + GUI/sbin/mount.vboxsf mouning failed with error: no such device
+1. It's worth noting that the suggested way here is available when you installed Guest Additions via ISO (multiple ways of how to install it is well elaborated here askubuntu.com/questions/22743/…).
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