Re: [PATCH] virtualbox-ose - VBoxHeadless TCPv6 port value

2012-06-22 Thread Dan Mack

On Thu, 21 Jun 2012, Maurizio Vairani wrote:


On 21/06/2012 0.39, Dan Mack wrote:


I think this patch is broken.  I get :

/usr/ports/emulators/virtualbox-ose/work/VirtualBox-4.1.16/src/VBox/Frontends/VBoxHeadless/FramebufferVNC.cpp:94: 
  error: 'struct _rfbScreenInfo' has no member named 'ipv6port'
kmk: *** 
[/usr/ports/emulators/virtualbox-ose/work/VirtualBox-4.1.16/out/freebsd.amd64/release/obj/VBoxHeadless/FramebufferVNC.o] 
Error 1


Dan

On Thu, 17 May 2012, Maurizio Vairani wrote:


Dear list members,
the latest libvncserver has IPv6 enabled by default. VirtualBox uses this 
library for VNC headless connection without specify the tcp6 port value. 
Running two or more virtual machines, all are trying to use the same tpc6 
port 5900, the default value.  Connecting with a VNC viewer to a virtual 
machine, different from the first started,  it crashes with a core dump, 
probably due a bug in the FreeBSD libvncserver implementation.
This simple patch set the tcp6 port value to the same value as tcp4 port 
avoiding the crash.


Regards,
Maurizio




What version of libvncserver you have ?
I have installed v. 0.9.9_2
$ pkg_info | grep libvnc
libvncserver-0.9.9_2 Provide an easy API to write one's own vnc server

Maurizio



Ack, my bad.   I still have version 0.9.8 installed; I'll re-build with 
0.9.9 after 4.1.18 is released.


Dan
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Re: [PATCH] virtualbox-ose - VBoxHeadless TCPv6 port value

2012-06-21 Thread Maurizio Vairani

On 21/06/2012 0.39, Dan Mack wrote:


I think this patch is broken.  I get :

/usr/ports/emulators/virtualbox-ose/work/VirtualBox-4.1.16/src/VBox/Frontends/VBoxHeadless/FramebufferVNC.cpp:94: 


  error: 'struct _rfbScreenInfo' has no member named 'ipv6port'
kmk: *** 
[/usr/ports/emulators/virtualbox-ose/work/VirtualBox-4.1.16/out/freebsd.amd64/release/obj/VBoxHeadless/FramebufferVNC.o] 
Error 1


Dan

On Thu, 17 May 2012, Maurizio Vairani wrote:


Dear list members,
the latest libvncserver has IPv6 enabled by default. VirtualBox uses 
this library for VNC headless connection without specify the tcp6 
port value. Running two or more virtual machines, all are trying to 
use the same tpc6 port 5900, the default value.  Connecting with a 
VNC viewer to a virtual machine, different from the first started,  
it crashes with a core dump, probably due a bug in the FreeBSD 
libvncserver implementation.
This simple patch set the tcp6 port value to the same value as tcp4 
port avoiding the crash.


Regards,
Maurizio




What version of libvncserver you have ?
I have installed v. 0.9.9_2
$ pkg_info | grep libvnc
libvncserver-0.9.9_2 Provide an easy API to write one's own vnc server

Maurizio

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Re: [PATCH] virtualbox-ose - VBoxHeadless TCPv6 port value

2012-06-20 Thread Dan Mack


I think this patch is broken.  I get :

/usr/ports/emulators/virtualbox-ose/work/VirtualBox-4.1.16/src/VBox/Frontends/VBoxHeadless/FramebufferVNC.cpp:94:
  error: 'struct _rfbScreenInfo' has no member named 'ipv6port'
kmk: *** [/usr/ports/emulators/virtualbox-ose/work/VirtualBox-4.1.16/out/freebsd.amd64/release/obj/VBoxHeadless/FramebufferVNC.o] 
Error 1


Dan

On Thu, 17 May 2012, Maurizio Vairani wrote:


Dear list members,
the latest libvncserver has IPv6 enabled by default. VirtualBox uses this 
library for VNC headless connection without specify the tcp6 port value. 
Running two or more virtual machines, all are trying to use the same tpc6 
port 5900, the default value.  Connecting with a VNC viewer to a virtual 
machine, different from the first started,  it crashes with a core dump, 
probably due a bug in the FreeBSD libvncserver implementation.
This simple patch set the tcp6 port value to the same value as tcp4 port 
avoiding the crash.


Regards,
Maurizio




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