Virtualbox bypass "Close Virtual Machine" box
I'm running VirtualBox OSE 1.5.0 on a 64bit Gutsy host with a WinXP guest.
I usually keep the virtual machine open so I can test things in IE (and use flash without a kludgey hack).
Whenever I shutdown Ubuntu, VirtualBox always throws up a "Close Virtual Machine" prompt with either "save snapshot" or "shutdown".
Does anyone know how to set a default answer so there's no prompt? That way when I hit shutdown in Ubuntu, I can leave the computer and know that it'll shutdown?
The prompt pops up under other windows, so sometimes I don't see it and I leave my computer, only to find out later that it's still running (trying to save electricity here).
Hester: 12.04 Desktop x64 | Core i5-2540M @ 2.6 GHz | 16GB DDR3 | 80GB SSD + 256GB SSD
Cortana: 12.04 Desktop x86 | Atom N270 @ 1.6 GHz | 2GB DDR2 | 32GB SSD
Horatio: 12.04 Server x64 | Atom N330 @ 1.6 GHz | 1GB DDR2 | 2.5TB