linuxx64.bashsh at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 17:52:11 UTC 2011
I can answer your soundcard question. Yes, it is possible to emulate a
few different virtual cards that Windows can recognize on install. My
Windows 2000 VM uses a HSE97 and it also works with a Soundblaster 16,
both of which are configurable in the VBoxManage cli interface or in the
real GUI under native Windows.
I believe the Right ctrl key is used to switch the keyboard between the
host and the guest, although I changed mine as soon as i installed
I don't have a huge amount of help to give on the VBoxManage CLI, as I
have only cloned disks with it etc.
On 6/23/2011 3:28 AM, Kristoffer Gustafsson wrote:
> I want to try out virtualbox again.
> I ahad a tutorial on it, but I think i've lost it.
> Where can I find a tutorial using vboxmanage?
> Also, what are the keyboard commands in virtualbox? for example
> keyboard grabbing, or switching between my virtual machine and linux?
> And how do I emulate a sound card? Can I emulate a card that windows
> can find without drivers? I did that in qemu.
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