Show logs the easy way: https://forum.antergos.com/topic/10586/eat-logs
For the host I have:
$ pacman -Qs virtualbox local/virtualbox 6.0.4-1 Powerful x86 virtualization for enterprise as well as home use local/virtualbox-ext-oracle 6.0.4-1 Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack local/virtualbox-guest-iso 6.0.4-1 The official VirtualBox Guest Additions ISO image local/virtualbox-host-dkms 6.0.4-1 VirtualBox Host kernel modules sources
The id at host should include group vboxusers for the user that starts virtual machines. Why do you use root at the host?
Remove the virtualbox-guest-modules and virtualbox-guest-utils from the host.
Note that virtualbox-guest-iso is optional and needed only for VMs that don’t have guest additions already, like Windows.
For the guest I have:
$ pacman -Qs virtualbox local/virtualbox-guest-dkms 6.0.4-1 VirtualBox Guest kernel modules sources local/virtualbox-guest-utils 6.0.4-1 VirtualBox Guest userspace utilities
The id at guest should include group vboxsf for the user running in the VM.
Couldn’t see what you have in guest.
I still cannot login to wiki to write any article.
My question is: does the wiki need another account, or can I use the same account as in the forum?
If it must be another account, what does the single sign-on in Antergos wiki mean?
let’s list here the packages that may be outdated in Antergos.
This can help @developers keep them up to date.
I’d like to limit this thread to packages that Antergos has adopted from the upstream, for example xed from Arch, or yay from AUR.
Potentially outdated packages
Packages adopted from Arch:
- atril 1.20.3-1 (latest available is 1.20.3-2)
- broadcom-wl 18.104.22.1681-6 (22.214.171.1241-80)
- lightdm-webkit2-greeter 2.2.5-1 (2.2.5-2)
- mate-icon-theme 1.20.2-1 (1.20.3-1)
- xed 1.6.3-1 (2.0.2-1)
Packages adopted from AUR:
- yad 0.39.0-1 (0.41.0-1)
- yay 8.1173.0-11 (9.1.0-1)