How to Install Parallels-Tools for Arch-Linux 2012 I686/x86_64 KDE4 Desktop Step-by-Step Easy Visual-Guide

December 3, 2012 | By Regaz.

Install Parallels Tools on Arch-Linux

This Step-by-Step Visual-Guide shows you How to Install the Parallels Tools on Arch-Linux 2012 32/64-bit KDE4 Desktop.

You need to know that the Parallels Tools Installed and Working will Grant you a More Pleasant Journey with Arch-Linux on Parallels…

With the Parallels Tools Installed you will Dispose Also of Shared Folders to Easy Exchange Files with the Host System!

Just Take the Time of Carefully Looking, Reading and Following the Detailed Instructions and Commands Contained in this Guide.

You Find Detailed Parallels Installation Troubleshooting Link 2 the Article Bottom.

How to Install Parallels Tools on Debian Stretch Linux
  1. Start the Process of Mounting the Parallels Tools CD with:

    Virtual Machine >> Install Parallels Tools.

  2. Preparing Arch-Linux for Parallels Tools Installation


    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then see: How to Enable sudo

    pacman -Syy
    export def_sysconfdir=/etc/rc.d
  3. Open Dolphin File Manager
    Installing Parallels Tools on KDE4 - Open on Dolphin File Manager

  4. Click on Parallels Tools CD to the Left

    Arch-Linux Mounting CD Rom iso9660 Unknown Filesystem Type:

    Solve iso9660 Unknown Filesystem
  • Right-Click Inside the Parallels Tools Folder Window

    Select Actions > Open Terminal Here.

    Installing Parallels Tools KDE4 - Open CD in Terminal

  • To Prevent No Mouse Pointer Issue Follow Guide:

    Parallels Solving No-Pointer
  • Installing the Parallels-Tools


    Simply Confirm Every Next Step.

  • Successful Installation

    Parallels-Tools No Mouse Integration Troubleshooting:

    Parallels No Mouse Integration

    Parallels Tools Successful Message Confirmation

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