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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #4034


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Timestamp:
05/18/09 10:06:38 (5 years ago)
Author:
frank
Comment:

This is already fixed in SVN. The reason for the problem was that the output format of VBoxManage list runningvms changed. Why do you need the sudo command? Stopping the VM should actually work as super user without doing sudo as we set VBOX_IPC_SOCKETID.

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  • Ticket #4034 – Description

    initial v1  
    55I have made the following modification to the stop_vm function to make it work. 
    66 
    7  
    8   elif [ "$SHUTDOWN" = "savestate" ]; then 
    9                     begin_msg "Saving state of remaining VMs" 
    10                     for v in $VMS; do 
    11                         v=`echo ${v:1}` 
    12                         v=`echo ${v%\"}` 
    13                         sudo -H -u $i $VBOXMANAGE -nologo controlvm $v savestate 
    14                     done 
    15                     succ_msg 
    16  
    17  
     7{{{ 
     8elif [ "$SHUTDOWN" = "savestate" ]; then 
     9    begin_msg "Saving state of remaining VMs" 
     10    for v in $VMS; do 
     11        v=`echo ${v:1}` 
     12        v=`echo ${v%\"}` 
     13        sudo -H -u $i $VBOXMANAGE -nologo controlvm $v savestate 
     14    done 
     15    succ_msg 
     16}}} 
    1817I am using VirtualBox 2.2.2. and Ubuntu 8.0.4. 

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