[vbox-dev] Virtualbox without VT-x crashes when running Android
chaer.lin at gmail.com
Mon Dec 30 04:13:02 UTC 2013
> Alexey Eromenko <al4321 at ...> writes:
> I can explain, but you won't like the explanation. Software
> virtualization in VirtualBox is incomplete, and some commands are just
> not virtualized correctly.
> Windows 8 I think also _requires_ hardware VT to be ON.
> Now it should not crash. It just should refuse to start VM. (at least
> it should happen, if Android was officially supported guest OS)
> On Wed, Oct 23, 2013 at 7:35 AM, Louis Luo <louis.l.luo at ...> wrote:
> > Hi Vbox developers,
> > We are experiencing some crashes when we run Android X86 with Vbox on a
> > system without VT-x. The App we run contains ARM code, so we add
> > to the VM (just like what AndroidVM does). When we start the App, Vbox
> > crashes. If we turn on VT-x, it seems everything is just fine. Can
> > explain what happened here?
> > Thanks,
> > Louis
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As Alexey mentioned, "Software virtualization in VirtualBox is incomplete,
and some commands are just not virtualized correctly", Is there any
news/plan that the virtualbox developers/community will fix the issue in the
near future? thanks!
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