New Update VirtualBox 7.0.14

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VirtualBox 7.0.14 (released January 16 2024)​

This is a maintenance release. The following items were fixed and/or added:
  • Audio: Added more fixes for switching host audio devices on Windows hosts using the WAS backend
  • 3D: Added general improvements
  • OCI: Fixed wrong guest RAM unit usage in VirtualSystemDescription, memory is provided in bytes, "Byte" is the base unit
  • Main: OVF Import/Export: Added support for importing and exporting VMs containing NVMe storage controllers (bug #19320)
  • Main: OVF Import/Export: Added support for exporting a VM which contains a medium inserted into a virtual CD/DVD drive which is attached to a Virtio-SCSI controller
  • Devices: Fixed a problem where Windows guests "forget" in-progress touch events when the user holds down a finger without moving it for a period of time.
  • macOS Host USB: Added support for newer storage devices
  • macOS Host: Fixed memory Leak in the VBoxIntNetSwitch process when VM was configured to use 'Internal Networking' (bug #21752)
  • Linux Host and Guest: Added initial support for RHEL 9.4 kernel
  • Linux Guest Additions: Fixed kernel panic on RHEL 8.9 kernel caused by vboxvideo (bugs #10381 and #21911)
  • Solaris Guest Additions: Added support for the Additions to be installed into an alternate root path ('pkgadd -R')
  • Solaris Guest Additions: Removed requirement to reboot VM after uninstalling GAs
  • RDP: Fix possible crash when connecting with the Apple Silicon variant of the Microsoft Remote Desktop application (bug #21820).
  • BIOS: Fixed handle number used for DMI OEM table (bug #19781)

 

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