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With a good Xorg configuration file in place and in use: the View menu of Virtual Box can be used for automatic resizing.
With that option enabled, a change to the size of the Virtual Box window should cause a change to the size of the display in the Free BSD guest.
After updating my Arch Linux box, Virtual Box doesn’t open.
I tried to open it from Terminal by running “virtualbox” command.
The plugin correctly detects a version mismatch, installs dependencies and kicks of the installer.
Please have a look over here and let me know if this works for you: #85 (comment) Weird.
With “the default precise64 box” you mean the box build by @mitchellh, right? BTW: I was using an old lucid64 box and things worked for me.
In Arch Linux and its derivatives, we can easily downgrade a package to its older versions using “downgrade” utility.
Just install downgrade utility as described in the following link.