Ticket #7371 (closed defect: obsolete)
Turning off full screen closed the virtual machine session
|Reported by:||matteosistisette||Owned by:|
Description (last modified by frank) (diff)
I had fullscreen mode turned on as usual and was using my vm; I hit HOST+F to turn off fullscreen mode, and the virtual machine just got closed, with no warning, no asking for confirmation, no error message. It just disappeared. At first I thought the window had been minimized, or been sent to another workspace (is that how you call the regions of the virtual desktop in ubuntu?), but no. I can tell because the "->" button which you use to start the machine didn't read "show", it read "start". So I started the machine again and obviously it showed the boot menu it shows when it has been badly closed without shutting down the OS.
This only happened once, I cannot reproduce it now, but it is quite a huge affair, so I think once is enough for reporting and investigating it.
I attach VBox.log and VBox.log.1, as I have no idea how the log files work and these two have last modification date and time that are near to the time it happened. It seems like .log is the latest, so I guess .log.1 ends where the crash happened and .log begins after I started the machine again, but this is only my guess, I can't tell.
If there's any other file I can provide in order for you to be able to investigate the issue don't esitate to tell me.