[CentOS-virt] Warning on VirtualBox 2.1.0 on CentOS 5.2: Kernel Panic
Todd and Margo Chester
ToddAndMargo at verizon.net
Thu Jan 15 18:19:37 UTC 2009
Todd and Margo Chester wrote:
> Todd and Margo Chester wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I just removed Virtual Box 2.1.0 from my system. When you
>> boot up an XP guest, you will get a kernel panic. See
>> http://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/2827 for details.
>> I hope I saved someone else from the hassle I just
>> had to go through.
>> Now for FSCK on my hard drive!
> A duplicate of my bug was posted at VBOX:
> on RHEL 5. He narrowed it down to "host
> interface" networking, which is exactly what
> I am using.
> I made sure all my previous bridging was removed
> before install VB 2.1.0. (Yes, I had to put it
> back in before reverting. Good thing I take good
An update. It seems they got it fixed (in the next release)
From ticket 2829:
12/29/2008 10:25:54 PM changed by aleksey ¶
Formatting of the previous message got ugly so I am reposting the
The problem appears with pre-2.6.20 kernels only. The fix will be
included into the next maintenance release. Since netflt driver always
comes with source code those who urgently need the fix may apply the
following patch to src/vboxnetflt/linux/VBoxNetFlt-linux.c (the path is
relative to your vbox installation directory):
< INIT_WORK(&pThis->u.s.XmitTask, vboxNetFltLinuxXmitTask, NULL);
> INIT_WORK(&pThis->u.s.XmitTask, vboxNetFltLinuxXmitTask,
Then, kernel modules need to be re-built with
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