The Virtualbox 4.3 has been released few days before with cool features like Multi-Touch Support and Enhanced Networking Capabilities.
Lets show you how to install it in OpenSUSE 13.1 (Release candidate in my case).
Graphical mode (GUI)
Download the rpm file from here and double click ti, then you will see something like this bellow.
First install the required dependencies from repository:
zypper in gcc make kernel-devel dkms
Download the file from the website and install it with zypper to get any required dependencies
zypper in VirtualBox-4.3-4.3.0_89960_openSUSE114-1.x86_64.rpm
- Open Yast, authenticate as root, and then go to Security and Users –> User and group management. Select your username from the list, then click Edit to make a username modification. Go to the tab named Details, then tick the group ‘vboxusers’ in order to add your username to that group. Make sure to reboot at this moment in order for changes to take effect.
- After your system reboots, you are ready to run VirtualBox. In KDE, VirtualBox should be in Applications –> System –> Virtual Machine (Oracle VM VirtualBox).
Load Virtualbox to the kernel:
Start your virtualbox and enjoy!