Virtualbox binaries - OS2

This is a discussion on Virtualbox binaries - OS2 ; On Fri, 02 Nov 2007 10:29:37 +0100, Herwig Bauernfeind wrote: >> Herwig, I'm confused - are you running the 1.4.0 build on eCS or OS/2? I have >> a dual Opteron here and thought I needed a recent Intel CPU ...

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  1. Re: Virtualbox binaries (SUCCESS!)

    On Fri, 02 Nov 2007 10:29:37 +0100, Herwig Bauernfeind wrote:

    >> Herwig, I'm confused - are you running the 1.4.0 build on eCS or OS/2? I have
    >> a dual Opteron here and thought I needed a recent Intel CPU to run
    >> VirtualBox.


    >I ran the Virtualbox 1.4.0 OS/2-host on a reasonably old AthlonXP 3000+
    >(K7 family, Barton core). From what I have read I wont be able to use
    >OS/2-guests because my CPU does not have the Vanderbilt/Pacifica
    >extensions found in recent Intel/AMD CPUs.


    Ah. OK, so it's the eCS GUEST that is a problem not the host anymore ;o)

    I have Ubuntu running here with VboxBFE. Yeah! See my post in


    http://www.os2world.com/component/op...,406.msg2415/#
    msg2415

    Cheers
    Andreas

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    Andreas Ludwig
    Vancouver, BC
    using PMINews 2 on eCS 1.2R German!
    http://andreas-ludwig.info/




  2. Re: Virtualbox binaries (SUCCESS!)

    On Sun, 11 Nov 2007 13:15:45 -0800 (PST), Andreas Ludwig wrote:

    >I have Ubuntu running here with VboxBFE. Yeah! See my post in


    Now WinXP SP2 as well. No network though and no shared folders - so it's a
    little less useful ;o)

    See a screenshot at http://andreas-ludwig.info/index.php?page=system-info

    Cheers
    Andreas

    --

    Andreas Ludwig
    Vancouver, BC
    using PMINews 2 on eCS 1.2R German!
    http://andreas-ludwig.info/




  3. Re: Virtualbox binaries (SUCCESS!)

    Andreas Ludwig schrieb:
    > On Sun, 11 Nov 2007 13:15:45 -0800 (PST), Andreas Ludwig wrote:
    >
    >> I have Ubuntu running here with VboxBFE. Yeah! See my post in

    >
    > Now WinXP SP2 as well. No network though and no shared folders - so it's a
    > little less useful ;o)
    >
    > See a screenshot at http://andreas-ludwig.info/index.php?page=system-info


    BTW I borrowed the guest additions for Windows from a VirtualBox for
    Windows...

    Kind regards,
    Herwig

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