[vbox-dev] Using python API bindings on Windows
mikhail.kovalev at gmail.com
Wed Jul 30 15:49:41 UTC 2014
Ok, I've just noticed that there was already a thread on this topic earlier
this month (I joined the dev list later, so I did not see this mail). The
problem is that I am using 32 bit python on 64bit Win7. With 64bit Python
the problem disappears. So currently there is no way to connect to 64 bit
VBox from a 32 bit app (to get the console)? and what if I connect to a 32
bit VBox (on 32bit Win) from a 32 bit app, is this supposed to work?
2014-07-30 17:23 GMT+02:00 Mikhail Kovalev <mikhail.kovalev at gmail.com>:
> I am trying to use Python API bindings on Windows to control virtualbox. I
> have the following problem: when I create a session and lock a non-running
> VM with this session, I do not get a reference to the console object. As a
> result, I cannot control the non-running VM (e.g., I cannot restore a
> snapshot). I've tried to use the following code:
> from vboxapi import VirtualBoxManager
> vbox_mgr = VirtualBoxManager(None, None)
> vm = machByName(vbox_mgr, "win64")
> snap = vm.findSnapshot("1")
> session = vbox_mgr.mgr.getSessionObject(vbox_mgr.vbox)
> vm.lockMachine(session, 2);
> # session.console == None here
> I've also tried to restore a snapshot using vboxshell frontend, and I get
> the same result:
> 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'restoreSnapshot'
> I've tried it on 4.3.12 and on 4.3.14 - same result.
> For a running VM the console object is there and everything works fine. I
> can also start VMs using "lauchVMProcess".
> Is it a bug or is it a problem of my installation?
> Thanks in advance,
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