[vbox-dev] Machines crash with last svn version if NAT is enabled

Frank Mehnert Frank.Mehnert at Sun.COM
Mon Feb 16 09:22:53 PST 2009


IIRC this is already fixed, please check the current SVN.

Kind regards,

Frank

On Sunday 15 February 2009, walt wrote:
> Antonio Doldo wrote:
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> > As the subject, I found in the last two build of debian package (svn
> > 16650 and 16586)
> > that ALL the machines don't starting if NAT is enabled...
>
> I narrowed the problem down to svn commit 16572 (plus 16573), which
> causes Windows guests to suddenly disappear while running Windows
> Update.  This sounds a bit different from your problem -- the guests
> have no trouble starting, but do crash while doing certain tasks, e.g
> Windows Update.  The problem certainly has to do with networking
> somehow, but I don't know what causes it.
>
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