Continuation of this thread: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=298717 In the past 1.5 years I noticed how some of my virtual machines there were simply for show and served little to no use. Therefore, along with moving to from VMware Player to VirtualBox for more functionality, I have a new collection that is more frequently utilized as at least learning tools. Here they are: Fedora (x64 GNOME), Haiku (Nightly GCC4 Hybrid), Manjaro (XFCE), openSUSE (KDE), OS/2 Warp 4.5, PC-BSD (LXDE), Solaris 10 U8, Ubuntu, Windows Server 2012 (Datacenter), Windows XP (Professional) While it was a pain ~ Snipped as per TOS ~, I managed to get virtually all of them working with full resolution support, clipboard sharing, and/or file sharing. To do that, I installed Guest Additions on all of them, used Windows 7 built-in FTP server if Shared Folders + Drag'n'Drop doesn't work, and VBoxManage setextradata for those still using the Fallback VESA driver. Haiku and OS/2 Warp were noticeably harder, I failed to implement clipboard sharing for the former and full resolution support the latter. Anyways, enough of that. What have you installed?