2013/6/25 kron <kro...@gmail.com>: > On 2013/06/25 09:16, Mikhail Tsatsenko wrote: >> 2013/6/25 kron <kro...@gmail.com>: >>> Greetings, >>> >>> I'm running virtualbox-ose-4.2.14 on FreeBSD 9.1-STABLE r252094M >>> amd64. The GUI of VirtualBox cannot create/update virtual box >>> definitions (the *.vbox) files. The scrollbar and the form field >>> for "Base Memory" are broken and the following error message >>> is displayed: >>> >>> "The value of the Base Memory field on the System page is not >>> complete." >>> >>> I guess it comes from the base memory upper bound preset to zero >>> but I have no clue what's the source for the zero value. >>> >>> The problem is just in the GUI: >>> - I can create or update VMs using the CLI >>> - the VMs created in older VirtualBox versions run fine >>> >>> I anyone facing the same problem? >> I confirm the problem. Apparently this is a regression in the latest version. >> >> Currently I'm looking at full diff between VirtualBox 4.2.12 and >> 4.2.14, but still can't find a change which could cause the issue. > > At a first glance, RTSystemQueryAvailableRam? I see some > new occurrences in the diff. Unfortunately, it's one of > the OS dependent functions. However, I don't speak C++, > so I'm just guessing... Thanks for suggestion. Perhaps you are right, furthermore I can not see FreeBSD version of that function, so currently we have at least two different approaches: - Rollback to an old version of system memory calculation method (which was a dirty hack,according to code comments) - Or just implement such function and send it upstream. The second way seems to me more preferable. It takes me a few days, until that you have to use cli tools or previous VirtualBox port revision from svn.
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