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04/26/10 11:06:02 (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #6592 – Description

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    1 When configuring an additional host-only network in VirtualBox, the settings are lost after a restart of the host system (but not after a restart of the VirtualBox application). 
     1When configuring an additional host-only network in !VirtualBox, the settings are lost after a restart of the host system (but not after a restart of the !VirtualBox application). 
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    33=== Steps to reproduce === 
    4 1. Open VirtualBox OSE[[BR]] 
    5 2. Go to File -> Preferences[[BR]] 
    6 3. Select Network[[BR]] 
    7 4. Click on the "Add" button[[BR]] 
    8 5. Configure the new network with DHCP disabled, IPv4: 192.168.57.1, netmask 255.255.255.0, name vboxnet1[[BR]] 
    9 6. Configure a virtual machine to use vboxnet1 for one of its network interfaces[[BR]] 
    10 7. Start the virtual machine: should start normally[[BR]] 
    11 8. Stop the virtual machine[[BR]] 
    12 9. Close Virtual Box[[BR]] 
    13 10. Restart VirtualBox[[BR]] 
    14 11. Start the virtual machine: should start normally again[[BR]] 
    15 12. Stop the virtual machine[[BR]] 
    16 13. Stop Virtual Box[[BR]] 
    17 14. Shutdown and restart the host[[BR]] 
    18 15. Start VirtualBox[[BR]] 
    19 16. Start the virtual machine that uses vboxnet1[[BR]] 
    20 17. The virtual machine fails to start due to a missing network[[BR]] 
    21 18. Go to File -> Preferences[[BR]] 
    22 19. Select Network[[BR]] 
    23 20. vboxnet1 is no longer listed in the network preferences[[BR]] 
    24 21. Open a terminal and type: `cat ~/.VirtualBox/VirtualBox.xml`[[BR]] 
    25 22. vboxnet1 is listed in the config file even though it does not appear in the GUI[[BR]] 
     4 1. Open !VirtualBox OSE 
     5 2. Go to File -> Preferences 
     6 3. Select Network 
     7 4. Click on the "Add" button 
     8 5. Configure the new network with DHCP disabled, IPv4: 192.168.57.1, netmask 255.255.255.0, name vboxnet1 
     9 6. Configure a virtual machine to use vboxnet1 for one of its network interfaces 
     10 7. Start the virtual machine: should start normally 
     11 8. Stop the virtual machine 
     12 9. Close Virtual Box 
     13 10. Restart !VirtualBox 
     14 11. Start the virtual machine: should start normally again 
     15 12. Stop the virtual machine 
     16 13. Stop Virtual Box 
     17 14. Shutdown and restart the host 
     18 15. Start !VirtualBox 
     19 16. Start the virtual machine that uses vboxnet1 
     20 17. The virtual machine fails to start due to a missing network 
     21 18. Go to File -> Preferences 
     22 19. Select Network 
     23 20. vboxnet1 is no longer listed in the network preferences 
     24 21. Open a terminal and type: `cat ~/.VirtualBox/VirtualBox.xml` 
     25 22. vboxnet1 is listed in the config file even though it does not appear in the GUI 
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    2727=== Expected result === 

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