The 3.2.10 maintenance release was made available to download from the Usual Places today. It fixes a bunch of stuff and also adds support for the recently released Ubuntu 10.10 release and the forthcoming Fedora 14 too. What else are you going to do on Columbus Day? - FB
We've had a great few days at Oracle OpenWorld talking to many of you who already use VirtualBox or now plan to. And many of you were very interested in the pre-built vm's that other groups in Oracle have put together to showcase their products. So just to remind you of a couple we were showing or talking about, here are the download locations: The Developer Days appliance - an Enterprise Linux based vm that is populated with the database and tools you need to start...
If you're coming to San Francisco next week (Sept 19-23, 2010) you can find out more about VirtualBox in a couple of ways: Conference Sessions S317750 Developing and Testing Cross-Platform Applications with Oracle VM VirtualBox Monday, September 20, 2:30PM | Hotel Nikko, Mendocino One-on-one Demonstrations Drop by the VirtualBox Demo Pod #W-082 in Moscone West during Exhibition hours Whichever way, we'd love to see you. -FB
If you use Oracle Enterprise Linux as a VirtualBox Host and you've updated the kernel lately, you may have seen the knock-on effect of VirtualBox no longer working. Similarly, if you have OEL as a Guest in VirtualBox, your Guest Additions may stop working after a kernel upgrade. To understand what on earth is going on, and to get instructions on fixing things, check out the FatBloke's Other Blog -FB
Oracle VM VirtualBox has been honoured in the annual InfoWorld Bossie Awards (Bossie == Best of Open Source Software of the year) alongside some hallowed names. When InfoWorld called, we panicked. We thought they might want their 2009 Bossie back and the pawn shop has been out of business for awhile. -FB