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News:OS/2 : VirtualBox 5.0.6_OSE_r140 Edition for OS/2 beta
投稿者: MSakai 投稿日時: 2016/11/10 01:17:02 (396 ヒット)

VirtualBox 5.0.6 for OS/2 Beta

Blue Lion(ArcaOS 5.0) で採用されると噂された VirtualBox for OS/2 が実際にリリースされました。

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投稿日時: 16/11/11 18:56  更新日時: 16/11/11 18:56
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 ReadMe-OS2 より

How to "Install" and Run

1. Run the following lines in order to install all required rpm/yum packages

yum install libc libgcc1 libcx libstdc++6 libstdc++
yum install libsupc++6 libsupc++ libgcc-fwd
yum install gettext libxml2 libxslt openssl libcurl zlib
yum install libidl libvncserver libaio SDL glib2
yum install libqt4 pthread libvpx libpng libjpeg
yum install urpo yum install expat curl mmap

2. Unpack this archive somewhere.

3. Make sure you have a dot (.) in your LIBPATH statement in CONFIG.SYS.

4. Put the following line at the beginning of your CONFIG.SYS
and reboot:


5. Go to <somewhere> and run VirtualBox.exe (Qt GUI frontend).

6. Note that by default VirtualBox stores all user data in the
%HOME%\.VirtualBox directory. If %HOME% is not set, it will use
the <boot_drive>:\.VirtualBox directory. In either case, you may
overwrite the location of this directory using the VBOX_USER_HOME
environment variable.

7. For best performance, it is recommended to install the VirtualBox
Guest Additions to the guest OS. The archive containing the ISO
image with Guest Additions for supported guest OSes (Windows,
Linux, OS/2) is named


where 5.0.6 is the version number (it's best if it matches the version
number of this VirtualBox package).

Download this ZIP from the same location you took this archive from
and unpack the contents to the directory containing VirtualBox.exe.
After that, you can mount the Additions ISO in the Qt GUI by selecting
Devices -> Install Guest Additions... from the menu.

なお VBoxGuestAdditions_5.0.6.iso はここから入手すること。

はい、きっと後ほど torakun さんがテストしてくださることでしょう。
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