I have one question concering the shared folder of a Manjaro running in a VirtualBox on a Ubuntu host. The shared folder of the Manjaro guest can be mounted as root in directory /media. Is it possible to mount it continously without using the root command?
There are two ways to do it. The first way is to add a record for the shared filesystem to the /etc/fstab on the host, but this would not necessarily mean that you’d be able to write to it as an unprivileged user (from the side of the host).
The second way is more complicated and involves setting up an NFS share, either within the guest or within the host, with the other system mounting the “remote” share via its own /etc/fstab. See the manual for possible caveats on account of permissions.