Customized resolution for OpenBSD in VirtualBox

When you run an OpenBSD desktop inside VirtualBox, you don’t get the easy “change resolution” feature. Mostly because there is no “VirtualBox Tools” for OpenBSD, AFAIK. But there is a way to get a customized video resolution.

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The FreeBSD hypervisor using VirtualBox

VirtualBox is a virtualization software that allows running several OSes on a single host machine. It was first a free VMware Workstation-like tools but has grown quite a bit now. You can now run virtual machines headless, like you do with Xen or KVM.

Here’s a little tour on setting up an hypervisor using VirtualBox on FreeBSD 9.

BTW: Why FreeBSD? Because it features ZFS filesystem version 5 and ZFS pool version 28.

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