VirtualBox 3.2.0 Beta 3 released

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VirtualBox 3.2.0 Beta 3 released

Postby frank » 12. May 2010, 21:48

Please do NOT use this VirtualBox Beta release on production machines. A VirtualBox Beta release should be considered a bleeding-edge release meant for early evaluation and testing purposes.

You can download the binaries here.

Please do NOT open bug reports at but use our VirtualBox Beta Feedback forum to report any problems with the Beta. Please concentrate on reporting regressions since VirtualBox 3.1.8 / 3.2.0 Beta 2.

This is the second Beta of the upcoming new major release of VirtualBox. The following items were fixed and/or added since 3.2.0 Beta 2:
  • The Java bindings were removed as there are some conceptual changes necessary. Java bindings will be finally added in a future maintenance release.
  • VMM: fixed guru during Windows 7 boot
  • GUI: fixed window-size flicker under windows during restoring VM saved state
  • GUI: VM Log Viewer should now save VM logs with correct line-endings under Windows
  • GUI: some X11 host keyboard detection cleanup to fix bug #6660
  • GUI: fixes for mouse-clipping on windows host
  • Snapshots: sometimes the settings were not properly saved after removing a snapshot
  • LsiLogic: It is possible to have a SCSI and SAS controller in one VM now.
  • SAS: Fixed LED handling
  • VHD: Fixed creation of VHD images
  • IO: enforce disk flush commands by default in unbuffered mode
  • Async I/O: fixed data corruption under certain circumstances (growing image)
  • Linux hosts: Fixed kernel oops when using a wireless network interface.
  • 3D: r61542: blank screen on macos host after guest 3d window size changes
  • USB: Ubuntu Lucid fix
  • OVF: Fixed exporting of appliances with SAS disks
  • OVF: fixed exporting VMs with ISO/RAW images attached
  • OVF: fixed duplicate assignments for CD-ROM drive

Some remarks regarding the Beta forum: You can be assured that the development team reads every posting in the Beta forum. When fixing issues we concentrate on fixing regressions and critical problems. Please understand that we cannot fix every problem and that we might weight a problem different than you!

Thanks for testing and thanks for your help!
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