[CentOS] Systemd and VirtualBox

Sat May 28 06:53:40 UTC 2016
Rob Kampen <rkampen at kampensonline.com>

On 28/05/16 14:31, Anthony K wrote:
> On 28/05/16 12:12, Rob Kampen wrote:
>> which of the 9 answers did you use - there are four with [0] points. 
>> I did see this some time ago and got a variant working under CentOS 
>> 6. I was hoping to use the new-fangled systemd, partly as a learning 
>> exercise, but also to avoid having bespoke config files and methods 
>> of starting daemons proliferating which the methods described on 
>> askubuntu.com seem to be.
>> rob
> Apologies - I should have stated that in my initial response.
> It's the answer that starts of with - "You can use the VirtualBox 
> Auto-start service." - it has an up-vote score of 20 (as of now).
> That article cites the following link *[0]* as the original source:
> *[0]* 
> http://lifeofageekadmin.com/how-to-set-your-virtualbox-vm-to-automatically-startup/
thanks, the other link helped but there are still errors in all the 
various instructions
one error not noted was the /etc/defaults/virtualbox file it - cannot 
have spaces!
it should be

# virtualbox defaults file

My server has a very well exercised reboot as I have finally got it done
Thanks for all the pointers, finally have something that seems to be 
> ak.
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