In the USB settings, USB controller is hard-enabled, I can’t untick it.
And it is set to USB 1.1
I cannot select USB 2 or USB 3.
It seems that this happened when I updated the Extension Pack to 6.1.36-1
VB version VirtualBox Graphical User Interface Version 6.1.34 r150636.
So now I have a little problem: AUR offers only Extension Pack 6.1.36-1
or the dev version
I removed Extension Pack 6.1.36-1
with plans to install Extension Pack to 6.1.34
but I don’t see how to do that now…
At least I can enable USB 1 like this. Before the upgrade, I needed to disable USB altogether, or the guest would abort.
Right, and that’s what I have. But in this particular case, it offered me an incompatible upgrade.
Maybe I should just install the AUR version of VirtualBox. What is the downside of that? I assume it is backwards compatible with whatever kernel Manjaro stable is on?
EDIT: I just told pamac to check for updates, and it seems that all is well, since I installed the extension pack the @bogdancovaciu way. I am not offered an update for it from AUR, which is good. But I will probably need to upgrade it manually, as needed.
I have a couple of installed AUR packages myself, and some get updated without having other pending updates, and other need to be updated after a big system update, but the virtualbox extension pack is a special case, and downloading it from virtualbox page was the best practice for me.
In principle there should be no problem to do the
It upgraded the Extension Pack to 6.1.36-1 which was the latest.The extension is an add on for virtualbox which the latest version is not in the repo yet but will be soon.Pamac did what it was supposed to do it updated.