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Old 08-09-2008, 07:40 PM
"Dr. Diesel"
 
Default F10 kernel panic on VirtualBox 1.6.4

F10 Alpha fails to boot on VirtualBox 1.6.4.

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Old 08-09-2008, 07:40 PM
"Dr. Diesel"
 
Default F10 kernel panic on VirtualBox 1.6.4

Sorry, already posted a Bug:

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=429190


On Sat, Aug 9, 2008 at 3:40 PM, Dr. Diesel <dr.diesel@gmail.com> wrote:

F10 Alpha fails to boot on VirtualBox 1.6.4.


Attached is a screenshot.


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Old 08-09-2008, 09:56 PM
"Jerry Williams"
 
Default F10 kernel panic on VirtualBox 1.6.4

Hmm, works just fine for me.


I noticed in your pic that OS is Linux
2.6, wonder if you should set it to Fedora.


Also what are you booting from and what
are your settings?


I have used both the Fedora-10-Alpha-i686-Live.iso
and Fedora-10-Alpha-i386-DVD.iso files with no problems.


And what are you running VirtualBox on,
your host, cpu intel or amd, network card, display card?


I am running Windows Vista 64-bit Home
Premium sp1.


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Subject: Re: F10 kernel panic on
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Sorry, already posted a
Bug:



https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=429190








On Sat, Aug 9, 2008 at 3:40 PM, Dr. Diesel <dr.diesel@gmail.com> wrote:




F10 Alpha fails to boot on VirtualBox 1.6.4.



Attached is a screenshot.






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Old 08-09-2008, 10:06 PM
"Dr. Diesel"
 
Default F10 kernel panic on VirtualBox 1.6.4

2008/8/9 Jerry Williams <jwilliam@xmission.com>
















Hmm, works just fine for me.



I noticed in your pic that OS is Linux
2.6, wonder if you should set it to Fedora.



Also what are you booting from and what
are your settings?



I have used both the Fedora-10-Alpha-i686-Live.iso
and Fedora-10-Alpha-i386-DVD.iso files with no problems.



And what are you running VirtualBox on,
your host, cpu intel or amd, network card, display card?



I am running Windows Vista 64-bit Home
Premium sp1.



*



Jerry Williams

Thanks Jerry:

I tried setting the system OS to Fedora, same result.* This is VirtualBox86 running on a Fedora 9 machine.* CPU is Intel, r8196 network card and Nivida 8600 graphics car.* Setting are pretty bare, no audio, tried hardware VM options, no ACPI and no Hard drive, only the live image.


Perhaps the kicker, the attached live image in mounted as an optical disk via NFS share?

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Old 08-10-2008, 12:26 AM
"Jerry Williams"
 
Default F10 kernel panic on VirtualBox 1.6.4

Well I did some testing and found out some
things.


Looks like the issue is related to the
rhgb option.


If I boot from the liveCD and hit the tab
key and delete the rhgb then the kernel will panic.


Doesn’t seem to matter if I am
running VirtualBox on Windows Vista for Fedora 9.


If I just let it boot and don’t mess
with the command line options it comes up just fine.


Also I was able to mount a directory over
nfs that had the liveCD iso in it and was able to use that as well.


*


So something is up with the rhgb option.*
At least for me.


How much video memory and ram are you
giving the guest?


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Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2008
4:06 PM

To: Development
discussions related to Fedora

Subject: Re: F10 kernel panic on
VirtualBox 1.6.4




*




*




2008/8/9 Jerry Williams <jwilliam@xmission.com>







Hmm, works just fine for me.



I noticed in your pic that OS is Linux 2.6, wonder if you
should set it to Fedora.



Also what are you booting from and what are your settings?



I have used both the Fedora-10-Alpha-i686-Live.iso and
Fedora-10-Alpha-i386-DVD.iso files with no problems.



And what are you running VirtualBox on, your host, cpu intel
or amd, network card, display card?



I am running Windows Vista 64-bit Home Premium sp1.



*



Jerry Williams










Thanks Jerry:



I tried setting the system OS to Fedora, same result.* This is
VirtualBox86 running on a Fedora 9 machine.* CPU is Intel, r8196 network
card and Nivida 8600 graphics car.* Setting are pretty bare, no audio,
tried hardware VM options, no ACPI and no Hard drive, only the live image.



Perhaps the kicker, the attached live image in mounted as an optical disk via
NFS share?



Andy











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Old 08-10-2008, 12:32 AM
"Dr. Diesel"
 
Default F10 kernel panic on VirtualBox 1.6.4

Just tried with and without rhgb, same problem.

Currently F10 is allowed 768Meg RAM and 16meg video.

This is x64.

Andy

2008/8/9 Jerry Williams <jwilliam@xmission.com>

















Well I did some testing and found out some
things.



Looks like the issue is related to the
rhgb option.



If I boot from the liveCD and hit the tab
key and delete the rhgb then the kernel will panic.



Doesn't seem to matter if I am
running VirtualBox on Windows Vista for Fedora 9.



If I just let it boot and don't mess
with the command line options it comes up just fine.



Also I was able to mount a directory over
nfs that had the liveCD iso in it and was able to use that as well.



*



So something is up with the rhgb option.*
At least for me.



How much video memory and ram are you
giving the guest?



*



Jerry Williams



*













From:
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Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2008
4:06 PM

To: Development
discussions related to Fedora

Subject: Re: F10 kernel panic on
VirtualBox 1.6.4





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*





2008/8/9 Jerry Williams <jwilliam@xmission.com>








Hmm, works just fine for me.



I noticed in your pic that OS is Linux 2.6, wonder if you
should set it to Fedora.



Also what are you booting from and what are your settings?



I have used both the Fedora-10-Alpha-i686-Live.iso and
Fedora-10-Alpha-i386-DVD.iso files with no problems.



And what are you running VirtualBox on, your host, cpu intel
or amd, network card, display card?



I am running Windows Vista 64-bit Home Premium sp1.



*



Jerry Williams











Thanks Jerry:



I tried setting the system OS to Fedora, same result.* This is
VirtualBox86 running on a Fedora 9 machine.* CPU is Intel, r8196 network
card and Nivida 8600 graphics car.* Setting are pretty bare, no audio,
tried hardware VM options, no ACPI and no Hard drive, only the live image.



Perhaps the kicker, the attached live image in mounted as an optical disk via
NFS share?



Andy












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Old 08-10-2008, 01:06 AM
"Jerry Williams"
 
Default F10 kernel panic on VirtualBox 1.6.4

Hmm, strange.


I was running guest 512MB ram and 16MB
video, and VT is enabled, Intel PRO/1000 Server nic, NAT.


I am also running the AMD64 version of
VirtualBox 1.6.4 on Fedora 9 x86_64, current kernel.


I have nvidia 8800 GT video card and q9450
Intel cpu, realtek8168 nic.


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From:
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Behalf Of Dr. Diesel

Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2008
6:32 PM

To: Development
discussions related to Fedora

Subject: Re: F10 kernel panic on
VirtualBox 1.6.4




*




Just tried with and
without rhgb, same problem.



Currently F10 is allowed 768Meg RAM and 16meg video.



This is x64.



Andy




2008/8/9 Jerry Williams <jwilliam@xmission.com>







Well I did some testing and found out some things.



Looks like the issue is related to the rhgb option.



If I boot from the liveCD and hit the tab key and delete the
rhgb then the kernel will panic.



Doesn't seem to matter if I am running VirtualBox on Windows
Vista for Fedora 9.



If I just let it boot and don't mess with the command line
options it comes up just fine.



Also I was able to mount a directory over nfs that had the
liveCD iso in it and was able to use that as well.



*



So something is up with the rhgb option.* At least for
me.



How much video memory and ram are you giving the guest?



*



Jerry Williams



*













From: fedora-devel-list-bounces@redhat.com
[mailto:fedora-devel-list-bounces@redhat.com]
On Behalf Of Dr. Diesel

Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2008
4:06 PM






To: Development
discussions related to Fedora

Subject: Re: F10 kernel panic on
VirtualBox 1.6.4







*




*





2008/8/9
Jerry Williams <jwilliam@xmission.com>











Hmm, works just fine for me.



I noticed in your pic that OS is Linux 2.6, wonder if you
should set it to Fedora.



Also what are you booting from and what are your settings?



I have used both the Fedora-10-Alpha-i686-Live.iso and
Fedora-10-Alpha-i386-DVD.iso files with no problems.



And what are you running VirtualBox on, your host, cpu intel
or amd, network card, display card?



I am running Windows Vista 64-bit Home Premium sp1.



*



Jerry Williams











Thanks Jerry:



I tried setting the system OS to Fedora, same result.* This is
VirtualBox86 running on a Fedora 9 machine.* CPU is Intel, r8196 network
card and Nivida 8600 graphics car.* Setting are pretty bare, no audio, tried
hardware VM options, no ACPI and no Hard drive, only the live image.



Perhaps the kicker, the attached live image in mounted as an optical disk via
NFS share?



Andy




















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Old 08-10-2008, 07:42 AM
"Joachim Frieben"
 
Default F10 kernel panic on VirtualBox 1.6.4

2008/8/10 Jerry Williams <jwilliam@xmission.com>:
> Well I did some testing and found out some things.
>
> If I boot from the liveCD and hit the tab key and delete the rhgb then the
> kernel will panic.

This also happens for -real- systems! ~jf

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