VirtualBox

Ticket #5414 (new defect)

Opened 4 years ago

Last modified 4 years ago

VBox on Mac OSX Snow Leopard - Add New Shared Folder Crashes VM

Reported by: Lou Cipher Owned by:
Priority: major Component: shared folders
Version: VirtualBox 3.0.10 Keywords: add new shared folder crash hang windows xp mac os x 10 snow leopard
Cc: Guest type: Windows
Host type: Mac OS X

Description

Hi There,

I have been looking around on the site for a similar issue and while this is simple I do not see it.

I have Snow Leopard installed and Office 2007 along with Google Chrome running regularly.

On the last two versions of Vbox (have 3.0.10 r54097 now), everytime I try to make a New Shared Folder the VM crahses whether I connect to a valid server location or not.

A bunch of months ago, I could have my Windows XP VM find my Windows Media Center server located in another room over Ethernet and some hubs and play all my music stored there or grab or save files.

However, that has not worked for some time and presumably from newer versions of Vbox I imagine since updates happen frequently and while never sure if I should upgrade I always seem to do it anyway.

So, now when I try to point to my Windows machine sharing files or just trying to add a new shared folder in the dialog box the VM crashes and I do not know why.

I attached a crash report for your reference.

If this bug has been previously logged I apologize and could not find a clear match.

Attachments

VirtualBoxVM_2009-11-07-005257_localhost.crash Download (54.4 KB) - added by Lou Cipher 4 years ago.
Nov 7
VirtualBoxVM_2009-11-07-005257_localhost.2.crash Download (54.4 KB) - added by Lou Cipher 4 years ago.
Nov 7
VirtualBoxVM_2009-11-05-153550_localhost.crash Download (34.6 KB) - added by Lou Cipher 4 years ago.
Nov 5
VirtualBoxVM_2009-11-04-102732_localhost.crash Download (32.7 KB) - added by Lou Cipher 4 years ago.
Nov 4
VirtualBoxVM_2009-11-09-005214_localhost.crash Download (24.7 KB) - added by Lou Cipher 4 years ago.
Nov 9 Log
VirtualBoxVM_2009-11-08-041801_localhost.crash Download (26.4 KB) - added by Lou Cipher 4 years ago.
Nov 8
VirtualBoxVM_2009-11-07-005257_localhost.3.crash Download (55.7 KB) - added by Lou Cipher 4 years ago.
Windows XP (Aug 29, 2009)-2009-11-13-00-23-22.log Download (39.6 KB) - added by Lou Cipher 4 years ago.
VBox Log # 1
Windows XP (Aug 29, 2009)-2009-11-13-00-25-23.log Download (39.6 KB) - added by Lou Cipher 4 years ago.
VBox Log # 2
Windows XP (Aug 29, 2009)-2009-11-13-00-26-26.log Download (39.6 KB) - added by Lou Cipher 4 years ago.
VBox Log # 3

Change History

Changed 4 years ago by Lou Cipher

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comment:1 Changed 4 years ago by sandervl73

Could you attach the VBox.log of such a session too?

Changed 4 years ago by Lou Cipher

Nov 9 Log

Changed 4 years ago by Lou Cipher

Nov 8

Changed 4 years ago by Lou Cipher

comment:2 Changed 4 years ago by Lou Cipher

Hmmm...I thought I added a whole bunch of logs already or are you looking for something else...? Where are they located on the Hard Drive in general then if you are looking for something else other than what I have provided...?

comment:3 Changed 4 years ago by poetzsch

Can you please attach a VBox.log of such a session (Show Log in the Devices Menu). Also is the folder you like to access an Alias or on a network share? Have you installed the latest Guest Additions?

Changed 4 years ago by Lou Cipher

VBox Log # 1

Changed 4 years ago by Lou Cipher

VBox Log # 2

Changed 4 years ago by Lou Cipher

VBox Log # 3

comment:4 Changed 4 years ago by Lou Cipher

Hi VBox Support,

OK - I added 3 logs tonight all related to adding a Shared Folder.

Tonight I tried adding one of my hard drives as a folder and each time it just hangs the VM.

Please let me know if you need more info.

Thanks,

comment:5 Changed 4 years ago by macala

On my VM after added the new shared folder the VM still work, but the shared folders don't appear in My network places. My host OS is Leopard Snow and the guest OS ix Windows XP. There is no problem with shared folders on another VM with guest OS Windows 2003 Server.

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