VirtualBox 6.1.4 Win MacOS Linux Extension Pack _HOT_
VirtualBox 7.0.6 Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack All supported platforms
Support VirtualBox RDP, disk encryption, NVMe and PXE boot for Intel cards. See this chapter from the User Manual for an introduction to this Extension Pack. The Extension Pack binaries are released under the VirtualBox Personal Use and Evaluation License (PUEL). Please install the same version extension pack as your installed version of VirtualBox.
VirtualBox 6.1.4 Win macOS Linux Extension Pack
Go to the download page of the official VirtualBox site and open the download link for the VirtualBox Extension Pack for all supported platforms. A single extension pack file is suitable for multiple supported host operating systems on which VirtualBox can work, and is installed using the VirtualBox interface. You can download the single file and use it to install VirtualBox Extension pack on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Solaris. Save the downloaded Extension Pack file to a custom location. The name of the file used in this example is Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack-6.0.8.vbox-extpack and this file is saved to C:\VirtualBox\ in this example. You can also download appropriate extension pack versions for older versions of VirtualBox.
In the Preferences window, go to the Extensions section. After a fresh installation of VirtualBox, there are no extensions packages installed. Click the Add a new package button (the icon with a green plus) to add the extension pack.
Read the license agreement and hit Agree to continue installation. Wait a few seconds while the files are being copied. If everything is OK, you will get the message that Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack was installed successfully. After closing this notification window, you will see VirtualBox Extension pack in the list of extension packages.
The process of Installing VirtualBox Extension Pack on macOS is quite similar to that required for the extension pack on other operating systems. Open Launchpad, run VirtualBox, then go to Tools > Preferences and select the Extensions tab. Click the add icon to install VirtualBox Extension Pack.
Read and accept the license agreement. Then enter your password to continue installation and wait for a few seconds while VirtualBox Extension Pack is being installed on your mac. After finishing installation, you should see the notification message: Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack was installed successfully. Hit OK and look for your VirtualBox extension pack in the list of installed extension packages.
The core package is, since version 4 in December 2010, free software under GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2). The separate "VirtualBox Oracle VM VirtualBox extension pack" providing support for USB 2.0 and 3.0 devices, Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), disk encryption, NVMe and Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) boot is under a proprietary license, called Personal Use and Evaluation License (PUEL), which permits use of the software for personal use, educational use, or evaluation, free of charge. Since VirtualBox version 5.1.30 Oracle defines personal use as the installation of the software on a single host computer for non-commercial purposes. Unlike some software using a proprietary license, the "VirtualBox Oracle VM VirtualBox extension pack" is not source-available since it includes closed-source components, which does not make the source code publicly available.
A USB 1.1 controller is emulated so that any USB devices attached to the host can be seen in the guest. The proprietary extension pack adds a USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 controllers and, if VirtualBox acts as an RDP server, it can also use USB devices on the remote RDP client as if they were connected to the host, although only if the client supports this VirtualBox-specific extension (Oracle provides clients for Solaris, Linux and Sun Ray thin clients that can do this, and have promised support for other platforms in future versions).
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The core package is, since version 4 in December 2010, free software under GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2). The separate "VirtualBox Oracle VM VirtualBox extension pack" providing support for USB 2.0 and 3.0 devices, Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), disk encryption, NVMe and Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) boot is under a proprietary license, called Personal Use and Evaluation License (PUEL), which permits use of the software for personal use, educational use, or evaluation, free of charge. Since VirtualBox version 5.1.30 Oracle defines personal use as the installation of the software on a single host computer for non-commercial purposes. (Source: Wikipedia)
I was among the group which could get this fixed by disabling bridged networking, and for me, then the above mentioned update fixed it for me(AURs virtualbox-bin), so not need disable that anymore(or downgrade packages, as I just did instead). You wasen't in that group unfortunetly, if memory not decieves me, so cannot tell if also will fix your laptop, unfortunetly.
@mhertz Thanks for pointing this out. I might as well wait for the proper virtualbox update. The package has been flagged out of date so I assume it will be out soon.Good to know this fixes things.
Just wanted to add that I didn't needed any extensions-packs here, only the v6.1.14 virtualbox, which I just now reverted from AUR to community-repo version, and all well Granted you need the extension pack if using USB 1.1+ or other propriotary features etc. Thanks yourself for making the thread/addressing the issue!
Download VirtualBox and the VirtualBox Extension Pack: Access the VirtualBox.org and download the lastest version of the VirtualBox. The virtualBox extension pack is also listed down their where you can download it with full satisfaction.
This is about configuring the Installing the VirtualBox and the extension pack to solve before occurring with errors. Installing a Virtualbox is an easy task where is no need for me to guide you through the steps.
The important thing about installing is the VirtualBox extension pack. Users repeatedly reported that cursor is moving during the installing procedures. After investigation we discovered there is a problem with the VirtualBox. So for solving this type of error Oracle offered the VirtualBox Extension Pack.
Installing the VirtualBox Extension pack is not a big deal, just double click, it will be launch itself in VirtualBox. Click Install and Agree with the License and Policy and the extension pack installation is completed.
Thanks for sharing your feedback dear James and here is a fix for you: -macos-sierra-screen-resolution-virtualbox/Video tutorial: Updated: The video is removed from YouTube 'Sorry for the inconvenience guys'
Great work! I installed on Virtualbox on Linux Mint Mate 18.0. It worked perfectly. Then I was able to update the screen resolution with the instructions at -macos-sierra-screen-resolution-virtualbox/. Excellent instructions and very helpful web pages. Keep up the good work!!
THANKS MUKHTAR BHAI,Initially I stuck but I tried many times. The best thing I did is I updated my virtual box & extension pack, then removed old machines and repeated carefully all steps guided by you, religiously.
The Lucas Nussbaum Debian buster backport repository was not an option either at time of initial implementation.  In 23 July 2020 VirtualBox latest version in Lucas Nussbaum repository wasvirtualbox_6.1.4-dfsg-1bpo10+1_amd64.deb 2020-02-22 07:52while upstream virtualbox.org was atvirtualbox-6.1_6.1.12-139181Debianbuster_amd64.deb.
I installed virtualbox and virtualbox-guest-additions-iso on ubuntu 22.04 from the terminal as indicated above and everything is ok but when I always install virtualbox-ext-pack from the terminal a screen appears in the terminal with configuration in progress and the license text from approve with at the bottom but clicking on it nothing happens and the installation does not finish, it remains blocked