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How can I mount a VHD (created in VirtualBox) of a Ubuntu Server install on my Max OSX (Mountain Lion) and allow it to be found in Finder (so I can select a folder and view it's contents).

If it requires me to purchase something, I am fine with that. Otherwise free is preferred.


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Install the MacFUSE version from here:

Then, install the newest MacFusion App from here:

This utilizes the existing SFTP abilities and achieves the same goal. Only way I found, and I've been looking for days!

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There is an app for that: Paragon Virtual Disk Mounter. Beta version is available here:

.vhd, .vmdk, .vdi are supported at the moment.

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