could boot environments exclude virtualbox?
|Reported by:||malco_2001||Owned by:|
I've been noticing that boot environments will result in multiple instances of virtualbox profiles. In other words if I create a VM in a snapshot called gnome3 that VM will be gone when I boot into a snapshot called xfce. After looking into it I see that virtualbox data is being placed under /root instead of my user. Which kind of makes sense I think. I suppose that might allow users to share the virtual box and also make maintaining it easier rather than having to add users to vboxusers. However i was wondering if it would be possible to exclude the root user folder /root from boot environments or maybe just /root/.VirtualBox? and /root/VirtualBox\ VMs/. This way the VM's states and data could be preserved through each boot environment?