[vbox-dev] creating symlinks in shared folders appears to be broken
Life is hard, and then you die
ronald at innovation.ch
Thu Jan 6 15:57:53 PST 2011
On Thu, Jan 06, 2011 at 07:25:32PM +0000, Brian Campbell wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 06, 2011 at 03:46:11AM -0800, Life is hard, and then you die wrote:
> > vboxCallSymlink() in VBoxGuestR0LibSharedFolders.c is defined as
> > taking a PSHFLFSOBJINFO parameter; but the corresponding vbsfSymlink()
> > in vbsf.cpp (and the associated calling code in service.cpp) expect a
> > PRTFSOBJINFO instead. This results in any attempt to create a symlink
> > by a guest failing at the size check on line 1192 in service.cpp .
> > It appears the breakage was introduced in r33994 (public svn repo) due
> > to an imcomplete set of changes. I think the attached patch should fix
> > things, but it is untested (so maybe view it as a guide rather than a
> > definitive fix).
> > If anybody can confirm the issue and the proposed fix then I can
> > finalize my Solaris-guest patches and submit them.
> There have been similar problems with 64 bit Linux systems, and I've just been
> trying out an almost identical patch having come to the same conclusions:
Ah, somehow I missed that ticket when I was looking around. Thanks.
Yes, same problem and same fix.
> It'd be nice if it was sorted out before the next maintenance release.
Agreed. In any case I'll finish my patches assuming the above fix.
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