New Update VirtualBox 7.0.6

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VirtualBox 7.0.6 (released January 17 2023)

This is a maintenance release. The following items were fixed and/or added:
  • VMM: Fixed guru running the FreeBSD loader on older Intel CPUs without unrestricted guest support (bug #21332)
  • GUI: Fixed virtual machines grouping when VM was created or modified in command line (bugs #11500, #20933)
  • GUI: Introduced generic changes in settings dialogs
  • VirtioNet: Fixed broken network after loading saved state (bug #21172)
  • Storage: Added support for increasing the size of the following VMDK image variants: monolithicFlat, monolithicSparse, twoGbMaxExtentSparse, twoGbMaxExtentFlat
  • VBoxManage: Added missing --directory switch for guestcontrol mktemp command
  • Mouse Integration: Guest was provided with extended host mouse state (bug #21139)
  • DnD: Introduced generic improvements
  • Guest Control: Fixed handling creation mode for temporary directories (bug #21394)
  • Linux Host and Guest: Added initial support for building UEK7 kernel on Oracle Linux 8
  • Linux Host and Guest: Added initial support for RHEL 9.1 kernel
  • Windows Host: Fixed support for VM autostart (bug#21349)
  • Linux Guest Additions: Added initial support for kernel 6.2 for vboxvideo
  • Audio: The "--audio" option in VBoxManage is now marked as deprecated; please use "--audio-driver" and "--audio-enabled" instead. This will allow more flexibility when changing the driver and/or controlling the audio functionality

 

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I am running VMware 16.2.5 aok with 2 win10 guests and 1 linux guest. I have run VirtualBox in past, If I install VB on this host will it bork VMware?? Any idea? Any reason to try VB again??
 
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I am running VMware 16.2.5 aok with 2 win10 guests and 1 linux guest. I have run VirtualBox in past, If I install VB on this host will it bork VMware?? Any idea? Any reason to try VB again??
I can't answer your question directly but I've tended to use VBox over VMware, early last year I needed to install VMware for a course that I was doing, VBox and VMware did not play nicely together,
 
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