Ticket #639 (closed defect: invalid)
OpenBSD guests... still not quite usable (VT-x/AMD-V works)
|Reported by:||fdgonthier||Owned by:|
|Version:||VirtualBox 2.2.2||Keywords:||openbsd segfault|
I'm having annoying problems with an OpenBSD 4.1 guest on Ubuntu Feisty AMD64 host. The install went fine, unlike with previous version, but when using the installed quest, I'm having regular segmentation fault while using various programs inside that OS.
On a regular computer, I would immediately suspect an hardware problem.
The crashes are occasional and random, and I can't reproduce them with regularity. The only way I can get a reliable crash is by extracting OpenBSD sources from CVS.
I will attach the last few lines of a ktrace dump, done by calling cvs.
I'm not BSD expert. I've installed this guest to learn about OpenBSD, but I believe those crash make VBox unfit for that OS as a guest, and that is why I honnestly believe this is a major bug.
Changed 8 years ago by Technologov
- attachment VirtualBox-OpenBSD-segfault-2007-11-16-13-12-50.log added
comment:22 Changed 7 years ago by sandervl73
- Version changed from VirtualBox 1.5.0 to VirtualBox 2.2.2
- Summary changed from OpenBSD guests... still not quite usable to OpenBSD guests... still not quite usable (VT-x/AMD-V works)