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Re: Virtualbox and lubuntu-natty-alpha-20110228-i386.iso
Thanks Jonathan, I followed your settings and it booted. I use OSX
10.5 and VB 4.0.4.
In VB went to Settings -> System -> Motherboard: chipset to PIIX3 is
the default (left it that way), l set/checked the Enable IO APIC
checkbox as you suggested (it was unckecked by default), then under
System -> Processor the Enable PAE was unchecked (left it that way),
then under System -> Acceleration unchecked the Enable VT-x/AMD-V (it
was checked by default).
On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 5:23 AM, Jonathan Marsden <jmarsden@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> On 02/28/2011 08:17 PM, Zoltan Matlak wrote:
>> In VirtualBox with this image I have the same problem as with Julien's
>> image, it does not start at boot.
> Great, thanks for testing and for reporting this. I want to narrow this
> issue down further.
> For me, it boots fine in virtualbox 4.0.4 on Win7 64bit (at work).
> For me here at home, earlier I *thought* it would not boot in virtualbox
> 4.0.4 under Ubuntu 10.04.2 amd64 ... but then I found a workaround:
> If I set that VM to NOT use hardware virtualization, and to NOT use PAE,
> and I set the chipset to PIIX3 and enable the IO APIC, *then* I can get
> these images (Julien's and mine) to boot.
> Please let us know what host OS and what exact version of virtualbox you
> are using. Then try the settings I mentioned for your Lubuntu VM, and
> see if they help.
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