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On 2020-01-14, at 12:47:49, Massimo S. wrote:
Il 14/01/2020 11:27, Massimo S. ha scritto:
Il 14/01/2020 00:58, Doug Bissett ha scritto:
On 2020-01-13, at 12:33:32, Massimo S. wrote:
i've installed a VM AOS 5.0.3, it seems to runs well
- the ACPI shutdown of VBOX don't shutdown the VM
- if i add more than 1 CPU the AOS 503 VM still see only one
(ACPI PSD is in config.sys)
host server is WS 2019 ST.ED.
I recommend not using more than 1 CPU in the VBox
itLater versions of VBox work a little better than older ones, but
thelooks like the support is similar to HYPERTHREADING, and
HYPERTHREADING is not, at all, friendly to OS/2. Using it will
probably result in hangs, after a while (usually less than 10
I think we need more information, to determine what may cause
other problems. ACPI is probably not loading, for some reason.acpi 3.23.09
Which kernel got installed? Try the ACPISTAT command, in a
system is operating in PIC mode (Mode 0)
kernel is 14.200_W4
This kernel is the Uniprocessor kernel.
reailt PSD installed
i reinstalled the guest VM AOS 5.0.3 with ACPI modern hardware
and now it see 2 virtual CPUs
I will be surprised, if that doesn't cause hangs.
shutdown ACPI function still don't work
How, exactly, are you doing the shutdown? I always use RMB and
select shutdown. From there, you have options.
i've also a small issueboot
i must install boot manager to make the guest OS in the VM to
even if i have the primary partition (about 4GB JFS) startable
the VM don't boot without boot manager
If you have only ONE boot volume, and it is drive C:, and it is a
primary partition, you don't need Boot Manager (and, I hope you
mean Air Boot, not the ancient Boot Manager, which can have
problems with ACPI).
It is -34C (about -32F), and I need to go out for the morning.
Hope this helps...
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