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- Apr 11, 2017 For running macOS in a virtual machine we will use the free Parallels Lite app for Mac, beyond that you will need a MacOS installer either downloaded from the App Store, from a USB install drive, ISO, or elsewhere. First, get Parallels Desktop Lite from the Mac App Store, it’s free to download.
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Question or issue on macOS:
I’m using Mac and I’ve installed debian linux on virtual box.
I want to copy a URL from my Mac to terminal linux in virtual box. How can I do that?
How to solve this problem?
Run Linux On Windows Or Mac With a Virtual Machine (VM) - Developer Help Installing a virtual machine on a Microsoft ® Windows ® or Macintosh ® computer enables you to run Linux ® on that computer as a guest operating system. You have probably heard of the virtual machine named 'Parallels' that enables users to run Windows on a Mac.
Solution no. 1:
Sometimes, it’s just easier to open a terminal on the Mac and then SSH to the VirtualBox guest. That avoids a lot of the hassle of changing focus, etc.
Solution no. 2:
I just had the same problem. After making sure Clipboard Sharing is on, Ctrl+Shift+V to paste into the terminal in debian.
Solution no. 3:
I just wrote up a guide to getting copy-and-paste working between OS X and Ubuntu on VirtualBox as it had been frustrating me. Maybe of help to someone who comes across this question:
Solution no. 4:
Install Guest Additions CD (
Devices->Insert Guest Additions CD image).
Activate clipboard sharing
Then after a reboot, in Virtualbox go to
Machine->Settings->General->Advanced and set
Shared Clipboard: Bidrectional
Change VirtualBox Host Key
Vitualbox/Preferences/Input/Virtual Machine/Host Key Combination
choose sth different then ⌘
cmd/ctrl mapping for me adding the English (Macintosh) keyboard seems to be the most comfortable solution 🙂
Ubuntu Settings->Text Entry
(I guess in older versions it might be in Keyboard Layout Settings)
Input sources to use: hit plus (+)
Apple M1 Virtual Machine Linux
I’m on Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS 64bit in VirtualBox 5.0.4
Solution no. 5:
I’ve put together a page describing how to do this
The short version is that you can do this using AppleScript and a custom keyboard shortcut.
Mac Virtual Machine Linux Command
This script is also useful for defeating password fields which foolishly prevent pasting.
Solution no. 6:
Run ubuntu vm on mac. I use ubuntu from my windows machine with virtualbox connected with PuTTY, FileZilla etc.
(Not using default virtualbox console)
Mac Virtual Machine Linux Downloads
Here is how you can setup yours from scratch: