mount -t vboxsf: No such device

Finally I’ve found the solution with problem described above.
As always – firstly better to take a look in github (hello rkn)

Here some sort of:
If you will

vagrant up --permissive

for first time, Vagrantfile will mount your ./workdir to /vagrant filesystem on Guest. But each time I yum update (chef/centos-7.0 box) – something goes wrong and I faced ‘No such device’ error.
Beyond you have a chance to solve yours:
firstly lets make sure you have no vboxsf running:

lsmod | grep vboxsf

If no => lets try to

/etc/init.d/vboxadd setup

If what, there should be /var/log/vboxadd-install.log
reading tail of that, you can make a conclusion that there is no some stuff for kernel

yum groupinstall 'Development Tools'
yum install kernel-devel

After that repeat /etc/init.d/vboxadd setup

That it. Hope it was helpful.
Have a good Saturday.
I’m out.

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