[vbox-dev] vbox-dev Digest, Vol 84, Issue 7

Woof he1.woof at gmail.com
Thu Oct 10 07:41:48 UTC 2013


To. Re: support USB 3.0 port (Klaus Espenlaub)

Thanks for your answer.

At that time 4.2.16 version was built on my PC. so I just tried to fix USB
port problem. (change only driver.)

Why I mentioned version, i was unclear that it needs more modification.


Is it right replying form?? ;


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>    1. I need a work (C?sar Sebasti?n de Le?n)
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>    4. Svn Commit 48852 breaks build an Fedora17.x64 and
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>    5. Re: I need a work (Joe Page)
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> Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2013 02:17:47 -0300
> From: C?sar Sebasti?n de Le?n   <teturecords at hotmail.com>
> Subject: [vbox-dev] I need a work
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> I need employment, while I make virtualbox bootee from Pendrives and USB
> Drives.I can work for oracle?.
> A.P.U. de Le?n, C?sar Sebasti?n
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> Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2013 15:35:21 +0900
> From: Woof <he1.woof at gmail.com>
> Subject: [vbox-dev] support USB 3.0 port
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> I wanna fix USB 3.0 port bugs on widows host. (#6509)
> I modify code VBoxUsbMon.cpp and VBoxUsbFlt.cpp based 4.2.16 version
> (SVN Revision 48062, 48742, 48874)
>
> So that's result here. (it is same 4.2.18)
>
> USB 2.0 port : USB 2.0 device -> ok
> USB 2.0 port : USB 3.0 device -> ok
> USB 3.0 port : USB 2.0 device -> ok (but this case does not appear device
> name)
> USB 3.0 port : USB 3.0 device -> X
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> 2.0 and 3.0 USB device are memory stick.
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> Is it current state? (include not release version)
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> Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2013 10:44:01 +0200
> From: Klaus Espenlaub <klaus.espenlaub at oracle.com>
> Subject: Re: [vbox-dev] support USB 3.0 port
> To: vbox-dev at virtualbox.org
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> Hi Woof,
>
> On 08.10.2013 08:35, Woof wrote:
> > I wanna fix USB 3.0 port bugs on widows host. (#6509)
>
> don't think it helps people if you reference some internal bug number
> which is meaningless for everyone outside the VirtualBox team - they'd
> be looking at the public bug tracker, e.g.
> https://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/8873
>
> > I modify code VBoxUsbMon.cpp and VBoxUsbFlt.cpp based 4.2.16 version
> > (SVN Revision 48062, 48742, 48874)
>
> Why do you modify 4.2.16 if there's an improved 4.2.18 out there?
>
> > So that's result here. (it is same 4.2.18)
>
> No surprise, as 4.2.18 contains all fixes we have right now in this
> area. Note that some people report that this fix has some remaining
> problems, including host BSOD.
>
> > USB 2.0 port : USB 2.0 device -> ok
> > USB 2.0 port : USB 3.0 device -> ok
> > USB 3.0 port : USB 2.0 device -> ok (but this case does not appear
> > device name)
>
> all cases above should work with 4.2.18, and the presence or absence of
> the device name depends to some extent on luck - VirtzalBox can't get
> the device name if the host OS has already powered down the USB device
> to save power. Some Windows versions do that quite aggressively.
>
> > USB 3.0 port : USB 3.0 device -> X
>
> Expected behavior - for this case to work there needs to be full USB3
> hardware support in VirtualBox, i.e. it needs to emulate an xHCI
> controller. Work in progress, but this will need more time.
>
> Workaround: put a USB2 hub in between, or if you want to go for a very
> cheap solution, use a USB2 extension cord. This will strip the USB3
> device down to USB2, and then it is covered by the 3 working cases above.
>
> > 2.0 and 3.0 USB device are memory stick.
> >
> > Is it current state? (include not release version)
>
> Yes. Again, is there any reason why you modify 4.2.16?
>
> Klaus
>
>
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> Message: 4
> Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2013 13:39:20 +0200
> From: Peter Gsellmann <pgsellmann at portner-elektronik.at>
> Subject: [vbox-dev] Svn Commit 48852 breaks build an Fedora17.x64 and
>         Fedora18.x64
> To: vbox-dev at virtualbox.org
> Message-ID: <5253EEE8.5080600 at portner-elektronik.at>
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> Hi vbox-dev!
>
> error messages are:
> undefined reference to `dlopen' ( and other functions of libdl )
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/src/VBox/Runtime/r3/xml.cpp:402: undefined
> reference to `xmlSetExternalEntityLoader' ( and other functions of libxml2
> )
>
> The failing command:
> @g++                     '-Wl,-rpath,$(VBOX_ORIGIN)' -static
> -Wl,-z,noexecstack -Wl,--as-needed -Wl,-z,origin -m64   -o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/vbox-img
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/vbox-img.o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/VD.o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/VDVfs.o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/VDI.o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/VMDK.o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/VHD.o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/DMG.o
>
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/Parallels.o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/ISCSI.o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/RAW.o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/QED.o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/QCOW.o
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/VHDX.o
>
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/VCICache.o
>
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/obj/vbox-img/dt/VDIfVfs.o
>     /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/lib/RuntimeR3.a
>   /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/lib/VBox-liblzf.a
>   -lz   -lcrypt
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/lib/RuntimeR3.a
> /home/peter/VirtualBox/vbox/out/linux.amd64/release/lib/VBox-liblzf.a
> -lz   -lcrypt   -lpthread   -lm   -lrt   -ldl   -lssl   -lcrypto
>
>
> both libraries are present as static and dynamic, 32 and 64:
> /usr/lib/libdl.a /usr/lib64/libdl.a /usr/lib/libdl-2.15.so
> /usr/lib64/libdl-2.15.so and associated softlinks
>
> I can successfully compile 48851 and 4.2.18, installed also packages
> libvpx-devel, libxml2-static, openssl-static
>
> Guessing: -static
>
> How can i fetch the SVN version corresponding do Release 4.2.18_88780 ?
> Obviously not by  svn update -r88780
> Also not by  svn switch http://www.virtualbox.org/svn/vbox/tags/88780
> Also  svn log | grep 88780  doesnt reveal.
> Is there a public document of the relation of the Build-number to
> SVN-number ?
>
>
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> Message: 5
> Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2013 09:47:20 -0400
> From: "Joe Page" <joe at autogamerinc.com>
> Subject: Re: [vbox-dev] I need a work
> To: C?sar Sebasti?n de Le?n     <teturecords at hotmail.com>
> Cc: vbox-dev at virtualbox.org
> Message-ID: <747D7E6B575644CCA25D676A4FFE3CEC at CyborgPC>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
>
> Im a little confused now. Are you trying to add the ability to boot vbox
> from USB at the hardware level so users can carry a portable os around, or
> to boot a usb in virtualbox?
>
> Also, I don?t think the Open Source Virtualbox mailing list is the best
> place to ask about employment with Oracle.
>
> --
> Joseph Page
> 866-986-8030 | joe at autogamerinc.com | http://www.autogamerinc.com
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> From: C?sar Sebasti?n de Le?n
> Sent: Tuesday, October 08, 2013 1:17 AM
> To: vbox-dev at virtualbox.org
> Subject: [vbox-dev] I need a work
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> I need employment, while I make virtualbox bootee from Pendrives and USB
> Drives.
> I can work for oracle?.
>
> A.P.U. de Le?n, C?sar Sebasti?n
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