amvandem...@gmail.com (Adam Vande More) writes:

>On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 4:04 PM, G. Paul Ziemba <
>pz-freebsd-virtualizat...@ziemba.us> wrote:

>> Hello wise ones,
>>
>> I have the recent (from a few days ago) virtualbox-ose and
>> virtualbox-ose-kmod ports installed. Other ports are mostly
>> from Jan, 2011. With vboxdrv.ko loaded, /dev/vboxdrv does not
>> seem to be created and I don't know why.
>>
>>    % kldstat
>>    Id Refs Address    Size     Name
>>     1   34 0xc0400000 c4fc74   kernel
>>     2    2 0xc1050000 2fc38    linux.ko
>>     3    1 0xc1080000 1c420    snd_hda.ko
>>     4    1 0xc109d000 9970     aio.ko
>>     6    1 0xc73ce000 8000     linprocfs.ko
>>     7    1 0xc78d1000 10000    ipfw.ko
>>     8    1 0xc7bf9000 21000    kqemu.ko
>>     9    1 0xc7cc2000 2000     blank_saver.ko
>>    10    1 0xc7ee2000 68000    radeon.ko
>>    11    1 0xc7f4a000 14000    drm.ko
>>    12    1 0xc92fd000 b000     netgraph.ko
>>    13    1 0xcbbc9000 2e000    vboxdrv.ko
>>    % ls /dev/vboxdrv
>>    ls: /dev/vboxdrv: No such file or directory
>>    %
>>
>> I originally had a RELENG_8 kernel and userland from Jan, 2011 on
>> this host, but I csup-ed this morning (tag=RELENG_8) and built/
>> installed new kernel and userland. I also rebuilt virtualbox-ose
>> and virtualbox-ose-kmod afterwards.
>>
>> There seems to be some logging facility in the vboxdrv code, but I
>> do not understand how to enable it or where to look for the output.
>>
>> Thanks for any suggestions!
>>

>On a perfectly functioning vbox host, I don't have it either:

>galacticdominator% ls /dev/vboxdrv
>ls: /dev/vboxdrv: No such file or directory

>but I do have:

>galacticdominator% ls /dev/vboxdrv*
>/dev/vboxdrv0

Unfortunately, no /dev/vboxdrv* here:

% ls /dev/vboxdrv*
ls: No match.

-- 
G. Paul Ziemba
FreeBSD unix:
 1:16PM  up 1 day, 51 mins, 11 users, load averages: 0.49, 0.63, 0.72
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