[vbox-dev] OVF import with OSE svn r17088

Christian Pöštzsch Christian.Poetzsch at Sun.COM
Wed Feb 25 00:11:45 PST 2009


Hi Antonio,

first of all, USB support isn't available in the OSE version.
The error message shouldn't come up & I will fix this in svn soon. 
Please note that this all is work in progress. Anyway after my fix you 
won't be able to import your appliance cause of the missing support of 
the SCSI controller at that part of the code. We will add support for 
this soon also. So stay tuned.

Christian

Antonio Doldo wrote:
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> Hi all,
> just for my curiosity, i want tested the new feature relative to
> import an OVF virtual machine,
> with build r17088 of svn on debian/ubuntu.
> 
> I download a LAMP appliance from
> http://virtualappliances.net/downloads/esx/
> and also convert a vmware vmx with ovftool
> (http://register.vmware.com/content/download-ovf-os.html)
> 
> In both cases I receive this error:
> 
> Method GetUSBController is not implemented.
> Codice d'uscita:
> NS_ERROR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED (0x80004001)
> Componente:
> Machine
> Interfaccia:
> IMachine {ea6fb7ea-1993-4642-b113-f29eb39e0df0}
> 
> My questions are: The OSE version don't have a bus USB and this
> feature is only on the next PUEL release, or
> there is a mistake with my procedure?
> 
> graphical snapshots are on:
> http://img16.imageshack.us/img16/7217/ovfimportwizard.png
> http://img16.imageshack.us/img16/3862/ovferror.png
> 
> Sorry for my English,
> Best regards,
> Antonio
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