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Isn't it a problem of permissions ? On linux after creating a new OS through VB, I always need to add the current user to the vboxsf group in order to be able to mount the shared folder, please post the output of groups $(whoami) ... To add yourself to vboxsf: sudo usermod -aG vboxsf $(whoami)
When I have a centOS6 on Virtualbox I usually add in /etc/rc.local(guest machine side) a line like this : mount -t vboxsf -o umask=0000,gid=48,uid=48 name-of-the-shared-folder /path/of/the/mounted/directory this should mount the shared folder automatically at VM startup. PS: if you have one you can get your current domain name by opening a terminal and ...
sed 's/\\\\/& /g;s/\\n/\ /g; s/\\\\ /\\\\/g' <in >out ...should handle the \newline replacements without misinterpreting backslash escapes - so you can still have a literal \\n in input. I'm a little fuzzy on how you can ever get a \n out of your history commands, though. I tried w/ zsh to find out how a \newline might be read out from the ...
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