I'm trying to configure 64bit Mint to be my main OS instead of 64bit Ubuntu, and so far, so good.
I use Virtualbox to run a W2K guest in Linux.
With Virtualbox running in Mint, I learned the hard way the official version wouldn't work, but the Sun version would. However, the USB device support is grayed out. It worked in Ubunut, so I'm hopeful of getting it to work in Mint. Do you have a suggestion of how I can enable USB support?
USB support works fine in native Mint, just not Virtualbox.
Last edited by LaneLester on Sat Mar 21, 2009 10:02 am, edited 1 time in total.
This may be s stupid question but where is the USB support grayed out?
When you select the Virtual machine in the VBox application and select "Setting" then "USB" you should see a checkbox that states "Enable USB Controller". Is this that part that grayed out? Or is it in Win2K that it is grayed out?
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