VirtualBox 2.2.2 | 63 MB
Apr 28, 2009 VirtualBox 2.2.2 released!
Sun today released VirtualBox 2.2.2, a maintenance release of VirtualBox 2.2 which improves stability and performance. See the ChangeLog for a list of changes since VirtualBox 2.2.0.
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VirtualBox 2.2.2 (released 2009-04-27)
This is a maintenance release. The following items were ﬁxed and/or added:
* Host and guest clipboard: ﬁxed a number of issues affecting hosts and guests running the X window system.
* Guest Additions: make sure the virtual mouse autodetection works on ﬁrst reboot after installing the Additions on X.Org server 1.5 and later.
* Guest Additions: properly report process identity number of running services
* Guest Additions: clean up properly if the X Window server terminates
* Linux Additions: ﬁxed installation path for OpenGL libraries in some 64-bit guests (bug #3693)
* Solaris Additions: ﬁxed installation to work when X.Org is not installed on the guest
* Solaris Additions: ﬁxed a bug that could panic the guest when unmounting a busy shared folder
* Windows Additions: ﬁxed mouse pointer integration of some Windows guests (2.2.0 regression, bug #3734)
* Windows Additions: ﬁxed installation on Windows Server 2008 Core (bug #2628)
* Main: do not try to use older versions of D-Bus (Linux hosts only, bug #3732)
* VMM: ﬁxed out-of-memory conditions on Windows hosts (bug #3657)
* VMM: ﬁxed occasional hangs when attaching USB devices during VM startup (2.2.0 regression; bugs #3787)
* VMM: ﬁxed guru meditation related to memory management (software virtualization only)
* Virtual disks: ﬁx possible data corruption when writing to diff images, incorrect detection of redundant writes
* GUI: reworked network settings dialog
* GUI: properly show the detailed settings dialog of NAT networks (bug #3702)
* GUI: HostKey could not be changed (2.2.0 regression, bug #3689)
* GUI: ﬁxed memory textﬁeld size (Windows hosts only; bug #3679)
* GUI: ﬁxed crash when selecting a shared folder path (Windows hosts only; bugs #3694, #3751, #3756)
* VBoxManage modifyhd --compact: implemented again for VDI ﬁles, and now supports relative paths (bug #2180, #2833)
* VBoxManage snapshot discard: made it work again (2.1.0 regression; bug #3714)
* NAT: on some Windows host, the guest didn’t receive a DHCP lease (bug #3655)
* NAT: ﬁxed release assertion during poll() (bug #3667)
* Clipboard: ﬁxed random crahes (X11 hosts only, bug #3723)
* Shared Folders: ﬁxed incorrect permissions for Solaris guests
* Shared Folders: ﬁxed wrong ﬁle sizes with Solaris guests
* CBindings: ﬁxed possible memory leak while releasing the IVirtualBox and ISession Objects
* Solaris hosts: ﬁxed host-only network interface incompatibility with nwam/dhcpagent (bug #3754)
* Windows installer: fixed several install and uninstall issues (bugs #3659, #3686, #1730, #3711, #3373, #3382, #3701, #3685, #3710)
* Mac OS X hosts: preliminary support for Snow Leopard
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