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Old 08-22-2015, 04:36 PM   #1
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Linux Mint 17.2 Totally Portable on Ext HD


Greetings,

I have already read some amount of article on the subject but I remain confused. I am completely new to Linux.
I am looking for a clear, trustful instruction on the following:

I would like to have Linux Mint 17.2 installed (persistent) on an external HD with no intervention into Windows 7 64bit system.
This means the Linux on external HD (NTSF partition?) will be completely portable an usable on any PC.
I would like to activate Linux only and automatically in the moment I connect the disk to a PC (no rebooting, etc). I have read that this is quite possible by using GRUB installed on the external drive (how?).

The main idea seems to be clear for me but as usual the devil is in the details. I have no idea how to achieve my goal and by what means (utilities, etc).

I would deeply appreciate any helpful and hammer-way, step-by-step instructions (or any appropriate link) on the above question.
Thank you in advance.
 
Old 08-24-2015, 04:00 PM   #2
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Hello and welcome to LQ.

For the most part a modern distro like mint doesn't know the difference between a usb and internal drive.

I make these in a virtual machine to protect the internal drive from any mistake that I might make.

You can replicate this by removing the power or data from your internal drive if you wish. Make sure the usb shows up in bios.

There are some new issues however with modern linux. Drivers for video and nic may have some tricks. Generally I remove any video drivers and just use vesa so that it will go from system to system.
The second issue is Uefi.

So, pick a way and tell about uefi and we can start maybe.

If I don't get back the answer tends to be boot to the iso in vm or boot to cd/dvd/usb in system and then use the installer program. As long as there are no other drives attached the installer should load to this usb drive.
 
Old 08-24-2015, 04:34 PM   #3
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This was recently discussed in another thread but the only way I know how to run linux from windows (as a virtual machine) without rebooting and without installing any software is QEMU. grub is a boot loader but using it requires you to reboot the computer. The caveat for running a VM on any PC is going to be hardware dependent. In the case of a virtual machine the filesystem would be windows i.e. NTFS or FAT.

http://milky.manishsinha.net/2008/07...mu-on-windows/
 
Old 08-24-2015, 04:57 PM   #4
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Linux is its own operating system, it runs independently of any other operating systems (Windows, OSX) on the machine. If you want to run Linux inside another operating system, that's a unique use-case called virtualization or a virtual machine.

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I would like to activate Linux only and automatically in the moment I connect the disk to a PC (no rebooting, etc).
Then I believe it would have to be a virtual machine. If you want this to be truly portable and you don't want to modify Windows at all then you would need a hypervisor that doesn't require installation on the host. Apparently QEMU can do that, but I have no experience with it.

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I have read that this is quite possible by using GRUB installed on the external drive (how?).
Nope. GRUB is a boot loader, which means rebooting. You would be shutting down Windows and booting up Linux instead, which doesn't sound like it's what you want.
 
Old 08-24-2015, 04:59 PM   #5
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I think you don't quite understand how operating systems work. Linux has to be booted just like Windows...it's not an application that you can start at a whim like Notepad. Although it may be possible to start the Linux kernel from DOS, you're still a very long way off from running Linux in Windows.

Although you could use a hypervisor like VMware or VirtualBox, this significantly degrades performance and creates a bit of hassle configuring Linux to work properly with virtual hardware.

I would recommend downloading Ubuntu or Fedora, and making your own live USB flash drive to try it out.

Inevitably, though, if you want to keep Linux around you should install it to your hard drive.

Hope I helped to clear this up!
 
Old 08-24-2015, 05:06 PM   #6
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Although you could use a hypervisor like VMware or VirtualBox, this significantly degrades performance
No it doesn't. Hardware virtualization is built into every modern processor so you get very little degradation in performance. On any reasonably powerful machine you probably won't even notice. The only time when it starts to matter is when you get into graphics-heavy applications, such as games.

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and creates a bit of hassle configuring Linux to work properly with virtual hardware.
VMWare Tools and/or VirtualBox Guest Additions is just for added functionality, like adding shared drives or automatically changing the resolution when you resize the window. It is not required for the VM to function, and the installation is incredibly simple and straight forward, it's not a hassle at all.
 
Old 08-24-2015, 05:22 PM   #7
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Thank you all for your technical expressions.
I admit this is pretty (in some parts) difficult to follow for me as a newbie. I have read elsewhere that the way described in my initial post is possible to get Linux started from an external HDD without (re)booting. Alas no details have been furnished. Thus my question here.

I have already started trying to use/install Linux Mint 17.2 on an external device (both USB stick and HDD). I used a portable VirtualBox on the device and in the first case Linux Live Creator (no latest version of portable VBox available, had to update manually).

Nothing has worked. I have not been able to start VBox due to VT-x (virtualisation) issue. There is conflict between Window 7 64bit Virtualisation enabled in BIOS and the one within VirtualBox.

In order to get the 64bit version of OS (Linux) available/listed the Windows BIOS Virtualisation has to be activated. Such way, while active the VBox detects a conflict (some error message of a virtualisation problem). This is a vicious circle state.

In that case I had to abandon my adventure with Linux for the time being. Alas!

It is really a pity.

I would appreciate any comments on the above. Perhaps one day I would be able to manage to start Linux from the external HDD without any major problems.
 
Old 08-24-2015, 06:14 PM   #8
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Nothing has worked. I have not been able to start VBox due to VT-x (virtualisation) issue. There is conflict between Window 7 64bit Virtualisation enabled in BIOS and the one within VirtualBox.

In order to get the 64bit version of OS (Linux) available/listed the Windows BIOS Virtualisation has to be activated. Such way, while active the VBox detects a conflict (some error message of a virtualisation problem). This is a vicious circle state.
Hardware virtualization has to be enabled in the BIOS in order to use it in VirtualBox. It's not an either-or thing, both of them HAVE to be turned on in order for it to work. What is this error you're seeing when you try to enable it in VirtualBox with it enabled in the BIOS?
 
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I may have misunderstood a part of this question.

Are you saying that you want to boot to windows and then have at the same time run linux from a usb drive? If so then some vm or another would work. You'd only need vt-x if you want to go cross 32-64 bit issue.

You can use qemu on windows but it will be slower. It will let you run only what your processor is.

Otherwise your question has many other parts.

The main issue is you not being able to use tools like unetbootin or live usb creator programs.
 
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Hardware virtualization has to be enabled in the BIOS in order to use it in VirtualBox. It's not an either-or thing, both of them HAVE to be turned on in order for it to work. What is this error you're seeing when you try to enable it in VirtualBox with it enabled in the BIOS?
Thank you for your info.
Here is a message that stops any other further activity via VirtualBox portable on my external HDD:

VT-x is being used by another hypervisor (VERR_VMX_IN_VMX_ROOT_MODE).

VirtualBox can't operate in VMX root mode. Please close all other virtualization programs. (VERR_VMX_IN_VMX_ROOT_MODE).


Result Code:
E_FAIL (0x80004005)

Component:
ConsoleWrap

Interface:
IConsole {872da645-4a9b-1727-bee2-5585105b9eed}
 
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Looks like you have another hypervisor running...do you?
 
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I may have misunderstood a part of this question.

Are you saying that you want to boot to windows and then have at the same time run linux from a usb drive? If so then some vm or another would work. You'd only need vt-x if you want to go cross 32-64 bit issue.

You can use qemu on windows but it will be slower. It will let you run only what your processor is.

Otherwise your question has many other parts.

The main issue is you not being able to use tools like unetbootin or live usb creator programs.
Exactly.
I am in Windows (7 HPremium or Pro 64bit) environment and I have been trying to start a VirtualBox Portable session and boot from an ISO file (LinuxMint 17.2) that is also on the same external HDD.
The following message ends my Linux appreciation at this very stage:

VT-x is being used by another hypervisor (VERR_VMX_IN_VMX_ROOT_MODE).
VirtualBox can't operate in VMX root mode. Please close all other virtualization programs. (VERR_VMX_IN_VMX_ROOT_MODE).(...), etc.


If I disable virtualisation option in BIOS I have no option for 64bit while creating a new OS within Virtualbox (portable) on the ext HDD.
 
Old 08-24-2015, 09:28 PM   #13
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Looks like you have another hypervisor running...do you?
I will ask you la italienne: Boooo?!

I wish I had known. You overestimate my technical capacity on the subject. I think it should be a case taking into account a message content. I have thought it was a result of activation the thing in BIOS - hence the conflict found (?).

Indeed I have noticed two Microsoft Corporation programs running in the background (Windows Process list, both seem to be related to virtualisation. As I mentioned above I think (at my very modest level) this is an effect of activated VT within BIOS.

I would be really thankful for a very clear step-by-step instruction on installing
VirtualBox on ext. HDD and make an appropriate setting to be able to get installation access to the Linux (Mint 17.2) ISO file on the ext. HDD and installing it as a parallel OS within Windows 7 Pro 64bit.

I am not certain if I have not messed something up. But I have tried several times, VirtualBox Pack installed, USB port pointed, etc.

Thank you in advance for any helpful suggestion. I am keen on giving another profound try.
Perhaps tomorrow
 
Old 08-24-2015, 10:02 PM   #14
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Here is a log content (if it can explain something):

VirtualBox VM 5.0.2 r102096 win.amd64 (Aug 13 2015 17:23:32) release log

(... - have to shorten the text volume)

00:00:01.435487 Executable: F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64\VirtualBox.exe

00:00:01.435488 Process ID: 31720

00:00:01.435488 Package type: WINDOWS_64BITS_GENERIC

00:00:01.440645 Installed Extension Packs:

00:00:01.440667 Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack (Version: 5.0.2 r102096; VRDE Module: VBoxVRDP)

00:00:01.443381 Console: Machine state changed to 'Starting'

00:00:01.444565 GUI: UIMediumEnumerator: Medium-enumeration finished!

00:00:01.534409 SUP: Loaded VMMR0.r0 (F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64\VMMR0.r0) at 0xfffff88021864000 - ModuleInit at fffff88021885980 and ModuleTerm at fffff88021885e70 using the native ring-0 loader

00:00:01.534443 SUP: VMMR0EntryEx located at fffff880218888b0, VMMR0EntryFast at fffff880218865c0 and VMMR0EntryInt at fffff880218865b0

00:00:01.534452 SUP: windbg> .reload /f F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64\VMMR0.r0=0xfffff88021864000

00:00:01.539094 Guest OS type: 'Ubuntu_64'

00:00:01.541668 Installed Drivers:

00:00:01.553151 F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64\drivers\VBoxDrv\VBoxDrv.sys (Version: 5.0.2.2096)

00:00:01.555389 F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64\drivers\USB\filter\VBoxUSBMon.sys (Version: 5.0.2.2096)

00:00:01.557087 fHMForced=true - 64-bit guest

00:00:01.571709 File system of 'F:\Portable-VirtualBox\data\.VirtualBox\Machines\Linux Mint\Snapshots' (snapshots) is unknown

00:00:01.571729 File system of 'F:\Portable-VirtualBox\data\.VirtualBox\Machines\Linux Mint\Linux Mint.vdi' is ntfs

(...)


Path <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\data\.VirtualBox\Machines\Linux Mint/debug/;F:\Portable-VirtualBox\data\.VirtualBox\Machines\Linux Mint/;C:\Users\A/" (cb=144)


[/Devices/GIMDev/0/] (level 3)

Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

[/Devices/VMMDev/] (level 2)

[/Devices/VMMDev/0/] (level 3)

PCIBusNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

PCIDeviceNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000004 (4)

PCIFunctionNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)


[/Devices/VMMDev/0/Config/] (level 4)
GuestCoreDumpDir <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\data\.VirtualBox\Machines\Linux Mint\Snapshots" (cb=70)

RamSize <integer> = 0x0000000079800000 (2 038 431 744, 1 944 MB)

[/Devices/VMMDev/0/LUN#0/] (level 4)

Driver <string> = "HGCM" (cb=5)

[/Devices/VMMDev/0/LUN#0/Config/] (level 5)

Object <integer> = 0x0000000004931b40 (76 749 632)

[/Devices/VMMDev/0/LUN#999/] (level 4)

Driver <string> = "MainStatus" (cb=11)

[/Devices/VMMDev/0/LUN#999/Config/] (level 5)

[/Devices/acpi/] (level 2)

[/Devices/acpi/0/] (level 3)

PCIBusNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

PCIDeviceNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000007 (7)

00:00:01.823284 PCIFunctionNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

[/Devices/acpi/0/Config/] (level 4)

CpuHotPlug <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

FdcEnabled <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

HostBusPciAddress <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

HpetEnabled <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

IOAPIC <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

IocPciAddress <integer> = 0x0000000000010000 (65 536)

NumCPUs <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

RamHoleSize <integer> = 0x0000000020000000 (536 870 912, 512 MB)

RamSize <integer> = 0x0000000079800000 (2 038 431 744, 1 944 MB)

Serial0IoPortBase <integer> = 0x00000000000003f8 (1 016)

Serial0Irq <integer> = 0x0000000000000004 (4)

Serial1IoPortBase <integer> = 0x00000000000002f8 (760)

Serial1Irq <integer> = 0x0000000000000003 (3)

ShowCpu <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

ShowRtc <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

SmcEnabled <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

[/Devices/acpi/0/LUN#0/] (level 4)

Driver <string> = "ACPIHost" (cb=9)

[/Devices/acpi/0/LUN#0/Config/] (level 5)


[/Devices/apic/] (level 2)

[/Devices/apic/0/] (level 3)

Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

[/Devices/apic/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823311 IOAPIC <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823312 NumCPUs <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823313

00:00:01.823313 [/Devices/e1000/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823314

00:00:01.823314 [/Devices/e1000/0/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823316 PCIBusNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823316 PCIDeviceNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000003 (3)

00:00:01.823317 PCIFunctionNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823318 Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823319

00:00:01.823319 [/Devices/e1000/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823320 AdapterType <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823321 CableConnected <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823321 LineSpeed <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823322 MAC <bytes> = "08 00 27 30 e4 e0" (cb=6)

00:00:01.823324

00:00:01.823324 [/Devices/e1000/0/LUN#0/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823325 Driver <string> = "NAT" (cb=4)

00:00:01.823326

00:00:01.823326 [/Devices/e1000/0/LUN#0/Config/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823328 AliasMode <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823328 BootFile <string> = "Linux Mint.pxe" (cb=15)

00:00:01.823329 DNSProxy <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823330 Network <string> = "10.0.2.0/24" (cb=12)

00:00:01.823331 PassDomain <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823332 TFTPPrefix <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\data\.VirtualBox\TFTP" (cb=45)

00:00:01.823333 UseHostResolver <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823333

00:00:01.823334 [/Devices/e1000/0/LUN#999/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823335 Driver <string> = "MainStatus" (cb=11)

00:00:01.823335

00:00:01.823336 [/Devices/e1000/0/LUN#999/Config/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823337 First <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823338 Last <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823338 papLeds <integer> = 0x0000000004f078a0 (82 868 384)

00:00:01.823340

00:00:01.823340 [/Devices/i8254/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823341

00:00:01.823341 [/Devices/i8254/0/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823342

00:00:01.823342 [/Devices/i8254/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823343

00:00:01.823344 [/Devices/i8259/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823344

00:00:01.823345 [/Devices/i8259/0/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823346 Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823346

00:00:01.823347 [/Devices/i8259/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823348

00:00:01.823348 [/Devices/ichac97/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823349

00:00:01.823349 [/Devices/ichac97/0/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823350 PCIBusNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823351 PCIDeviceNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000005 (5)

00:00:01.823352 PCIFunctionNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823352 Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823353

00:00:01.823353 [/Devices/ichac97/0/AudioConfig/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823355

00:00:01.823355 [/Devices/ichac97/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823356 Codec <string> = "STAC9700" (cb=9)

00:00:01.823357

00:00:01.823357 [/Devices/ichac97/0/LUN#0/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823358 Driver <string> = "AUDIO" (cb=6)

00:00:01.823358

00:00:01.823359 [/Devices/ichac97/0/LUN#0/AttachedDriver/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823360 Driver <string> = "DSoundAudio" (cb=12)

00:00:01.823361

00:00:01.823361 [/Devices/ichac97/0/LUN#0/AttachedDriver/Config/] (level 6)

00:00:01.823362 StreamName <string> = "Linux Mint" (cb=11)

00:00:01.823363

00:00:01.823363 [/Devices/ichac97/0/LUN#0/Config/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823364

00:00:01.823365 [/Devices/ichac97/0/LUN#1/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823366 Driver <string> = "AUDIO" (cb=6)

00:00:01.823366

00:00:01.823366 [/Devices/ichac97/0/LUN#1/AttachedDriver/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823368 Driver <string> = "AudioVRDE" (cb=10)

00:00:01.823368

00:00:01.823368 [/Devices/ichac97/0/LUN#1/AttachedDriver/Config/] (level 6)

00:00:01.823370 AudioDriver <string> = "AudioVRDE" (cb=10)

00:00:01.823371 Object <integer> = 0x0000000004f79f30 (83 337 008)

00:00:01.823372 ObjectVRDPServer <integer> = 0x0000000004e9b630 (82 425 392)

00:00:01.823373 StreamName <string> = "Linux Mint" (cb=11)

00:00:01.823374

00:00:01.823374 [/Devices/ioapic/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823375

00:00:01.823375 [/Devices/ioapic/0/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823376 Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823377

00:00:01.823377 [/Devices/ioapic/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823378 NumCPUs <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823379

00:00:01.823379 [/Devices/mc146818/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823380

00:00:01.823380 [/Devices/mc146818/0/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823381

00:00:01.823382 [/Devices/mc146818/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823383 UseUTC <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823383

00:00:01.823384 [/Devices/parallel/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823384

00:00:01.823385 [/Devices/pcarch/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823386

00:00:01.823386 [/Devices/pcarch/0/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823387 Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823388

00:00:01.823388 [/Devices/pcarch/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823389

00:00:01.823389 [/Devices/pcbios/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823390

00:00:01.823390 [/Devices/pcbios/0/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823391 Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823392

00:00:01.823392 [/Devices/pcbios/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823394 BootDevice0 <string> = "FLOPPY" (cb=7)

00:00:01.823395 BootDevice1 <string> = "DVD" (cb=4)

00:00:01.823396 BootDevice2 <string> = "IDE" (cb=4)

00:00:01.823396 BootDevice3 <string> = "NONE" (cb=5)

00:00:01.823397 FloppyDevice <string> = "i82078" (cb=7)

00:00:01.823398 HardDiskDevice <string> = "piix3ide" (cb=9)

00:00:01.823398 IOAPIC <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823399 LanBootRom <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64/ExtensionPacks/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack/PXE-Intel.rom" (cb=94)

00:00:01.823400 McfgBase <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823401 McfgLength <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823402 NumCPUs <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823403 PXEDebug <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823404 RamHoleSize <integer> = 0x0000000020000000 (536 870 912, 512 MB)

00:00:01.823405 RamSize <integer> = 0x0000000079800000 (2 038 431 744, 1 944 MB)

00:00:01.823407 UUID <bytes> = "90 24 4c 51 ae eb af 4a bf f3 4f a9 64 4d 89 49" (cb=16)

00:00:01.823409

00:00:01.823409 [/Devices/pcbios/0/Config/NetBoot/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823410

00:00:01.823411 [/Devices/pcbios/0/Config/NetBoot/0/] (level 6)

00:00:01.823412 NIC <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823413 PCIBusNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823414 PCIDeviceNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000003 (3)

00:00:01.823414 PCIFunctionNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823415

00:00:01.823415 [/Devices/pci/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823416

00:00:01.823417 [/Devices/pci/0/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823418 Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823418

00:00:01.823419 [/Devices/pci/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823420 IOAPIC <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823420

00:00:01.823421 [/Devices/pckbd/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823421

00:00:01.823422 [/Devices/pckbd/0/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823423 Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823423

00:00:01.823424 [/Devices/pckbd/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823425

00:00:01.823425 [/Devices/pckbd/0/LUN#0/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823426 Driver <string> = "KeyboardQueue" (cb=14)

00:00:01.823427

00:00:01.823427 [/Devices/pckbd/0/LUN#0/AttachedDriver/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823428 Driver <string> = "MainKeyboard" (cb=13)

00:00:01.823429

00:00:01.823429 [/Devices/pckbd/0/LUN#0/AttachedDriver/Config/] (level 6)

00:00:01.823431 Object <integer> = 0x0000000004e64ad0 (82 201 296)

00:00:01.823432

00:00:01.823432 [/Devices/pckbd/0/LUN#0/Config/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823433 QueueSize <integer> = 0x0000000000000040 (64)

00:00:01.823434

00:00:01.823434 [/Devices/pckbd/0/LUN#1/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823435 Driver <string> = "MouseQueue" (cb=11)

00:00:01.823436

00:00:01.823436 [/Devices/pckbd/0/LUN#1/AttachedDriver/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823438 Driver <string> = "MainMouse" (cb=10)

00:00:01.823438

00:00:01.823439 [/Devices/pckbd/0/LUN#1/AttachedDriver/Config/] (level 6)

00:00:01.823440 Object <integer> = 0x0000000004f7a900 (83 339 520)

00:00:01.823441

00:00:01.823441 [/Devices/pckbd/0/LUN#1/Config/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823442 QueueSize <integer> = 0x0000000000000080 (128)

00:00:01.823443

00:00:01.823443 [/Devices/pcnet/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823444

00:00:01.823445 [/Devices/piix3ide/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823446

00:00:01.823446 [/Devices/piix3ide/0/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823447 PCIBusNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823448 PCIDeviceNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823449 PCIFunctionNo <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823449 Trusted <integer> = 0x0000000000000001 (1)

00:00:01.823450

00:00:01.823450 [/Devices/piix3ide/0/Config/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823452 Type <string> = "PIIX4" (cb=6)

00:00:01.823452

00:00:01.823452 [/Devices/piix3ide/0/Config/PrimaryMaster/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823454 NonRotationalMedium <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823455

00:00:01.823455 [/Devices/piix3ide/0/Config/SecondaryMaster/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823456 NonRotationalMedium <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823457

00:00:01.823457 [/Devices/piix3ide/0/LUN#0/] (level 4)

00:00:01.823458 Driver <string> = "Block" (cb=6)

00:00:01.823459

00:00:01.823459 [/Devices/piix3ide/0/LUN#0/AttachedDriver/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823461 Driver <string> = "VD" (cb=3)

00:00:01.823461

00:00:01.823462 [/Devices/piix3ide/0/LUN#0/AttachedDriver/Config/] (level 6)

00:00:01.823463 Format <string> = "VDI" (cb=4)

00:00:01.823464 Path <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\data\.VirtualBox\Machines\Linux Mint\Linux Mint.vdi" (cb=75)

00:00:01.823465 Type <string> = "HardDisk" (cb=9)

00:00:01.823465

00:00:01.823465 [/Devices/piix3ide/0/LUN#0/AttachedDriver/Config/Plugins/] (level 7)

00:00:01.823467

00:00:01.823467 [/Devices/piix3ide/0/LUN#0/AttachedDriver/Config/Plugins/VDPluginCrypt/] (level 8)

00:00:01.823469 Path <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64/ExtensionPacks/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack/win.amd64/VDPluginCrypt.DLL" (cb=108)

00:00:01.823470

00:00:01.823470 [/Devices/piix3ide/0/LUN#0/Config/] (level 5)

00:00:01.823471 Mountable <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823472 Type <string> = "HardDisk" (cb=9)

(...)

00:00:01.823563 [/PDM/Devices/VBoxEhci/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823564 Path <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64/ExtensionPacks/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack/win.amd64/VBoxEhciR3.DLL" (cb=105)

00:00:01.823565 R0SearchPath <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64/ExtensionPacks/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack/win.amd64" (cb=90)

00:00:01.823566 RCSearchPath <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64/ExtensionPacks/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack/win.amd64" (cb=90)


00:00:01.823567 [/PDM/Drivers/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823568 [/PDM/Drivers/DrvHostWebcam/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823569 Path <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64/ExtensionPacks/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack/win.amd64/VBoxHostWebcam.DLL" (cb=109)

00:00:01.823570

00:00:01.823570 [/PDM/Drivers/VBoxC/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823571 Path <string> = "VBoxC" (cb=6)

00:00:01.823572

00:00:01.823572 [/PDM/NetworkShaper/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823573

00:00:01.823574 [/PDM/NetworkShaper/BwGroups/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823574

00:00:01.823575 [/PDM/USB/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823576

00:00:01.823576 [/PDM/USB/VBoxUsbCardReader/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823577 Path <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64/ExtensionPacks/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack/win.amd64/VBoxUsbCardReaderR3.DLL" (cb=114)

00:00:01.823578

00:00:01.823578 [/PDM/USB/VBoxUsbWebcam/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823579 Path <string> = "F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64/ExtensionPacks/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack/win.amd64/VBoxUsbWebcamR3.DLL" (cb=110)

00:00:01.823580

00:00:01.823580 [/TM/] (level 1)

00:00:01.823581 UTCOffset <integer> = 0x0000000000000000 (0)

00:00:01.823581

00:00:01.823582 [/USB/] (level 1)

00:00:01.823582

00:00:01.823583 [/USB/USBProxy/] (level 2)

00:00:01.823584

00:00:01.823584 [/USB/USBProxy/GlobalConfig/] (level 3)

00:00:01.823585

00:00:01.823585 ********************* End of CFGM dump **********************

00:00:01.823595 VM: fHMEnabled=true (configured) fRecompileUser=false fRecompileSupervisor=false

00:00:01.823596 VM: fRawRing1Enabled=false CSAM=true PATM=true

00:00:01.823682 HM: HMR3Init: VT-x w/ nested paging and unrestricted guest execution hw support

00:00:01.823730 MM: cbHyperHeap=0x100000 (1048576)

00:00:01.825447 CPUM: fXStateHostMask=0x7; initial: 0x7; host XCR0=0x7

00:00:01.827268 CPUM: Matched host CPU INTEL 0x6/0x2a/0x7 Intel_Core7_SandyBridge with CPU DB entry 'Intel Core i7-2635QM' (INTEL 0x6/0x2a/0x7 Intel_Core7_SandyBridge)

00:00:01.827334 CPUM: SetGuestCpuIdFeature: Enabled PAE

00:00:01.828509 PGM: HCPhysInterPD=00000000c985d000 HCPhysInterPaePDPT=00000000c985a000 HCPhysInterPaePML4=00000000c9857000

00:00:01.828523 PGM: apInterPTs={00000000c985c000,00000000c985b000} apInterPaePTs={00000001255a2000,00000000500a3000} apInterPaePDs={00000000c3da4000,00000001f46a5000,0000000073526000,0000000009427000} pInterPaePDPT64=00000000c9859000

00:00:01.828533 PGM: Host paging mode: AMD64+PGE+NX

00:00:01.828542 PGM: PGMPool: cMaxPages=1008 (u64MaxPages=1005)

00:00:01.828548 PGM: pgmR3PoolInit: cMaxPages=0x3f0 cMaxUsers=0x7e0 cMaxPhysExts=0x7e0 fCacheEnable=true

00:00:01.841840 TM: GIP - u32Mode=3 (Invariant) u32UpdateHz=100 u32UpdateIntervalNS=10000000 enmUseTscDelta=2 (Pratically Zero) fGetGipCpu=0x1 cCpus=8

00:00:01.841885 TM: GIP - u64CpuHz=2 195 023 859 (0x82d567f3) SUPGetCpuHzFromGip => 2 195 023 859

00:00:01.841894 TM: GIP - CPU: iCpuSet=0x0 idCpu=0x0 idApic=0x0 iGipCpu=0x2 i64TSCDelta=0 enmState=3 u64CpuHz=2195068193(*) cErrors=0

00:00:01.841901 TM: GIP - CPU: iCpuSet=0x1 idCpu=0x1 idApic=0x1 iGipCpu=0x4 i64TSCDelta=0 enmState=3 u64CpuHz=2195075662(*) cErrors=0

00:00:01.841908 TM: GIP - CPU: iCpuSet=0x2 idCpu=0x2 idApic=0x2 iGipCpu=0x1 i64TSCDelta=0 enmState=3 u64CpuHz=2195579380(*) cErrors=0

00:00:01.841914 TM: GIP - CPU: iCpuSet=0x3 idCpu=0x3 idApic=0x3 iGipCpu=0x5 i64TSCDelta=0 enmState=3 u64CpuHz=2195037097(*) cErrors=0

00:00:01.841925 TM: GIP - CPU: iCpuSet=0x4 idCpu=0x4 idApic=0x4 iGipCpu=0x0 i64TSCDelta=0 enmState=3 u64CpuHz=2195023859(*) cErrors=0

00:00:01.841933 TM: GIP - CPU: iCpuSet=0x5 idCpu=0x5 idApic=0x5 iGipCpu=0x3 i64TSCDelta=0 enmState=3 u64CpuHz=2195022798(*) cErrors=0

00:00:01.841940 TM: GIP - CPU: iCpuSet=0x6 idCpu=0x6 idApic=0x6 iGipCpu=0x7 i64TSCDelta=0 enmState=3 u64CpuHz=2195023430(*) cErrors=0

00:00:01.841946 TM: GIP - CPU: iCpuSet=0x7 idCpu=0x7 idApic=0x7 iGipCpu=0x6 i64TSCDelta=0 enmState=3 u64CpuHz=2195019717(*) cErrors=0

00:00:01.841999 TM: cTSCTicksPerSecond=2 195 023 859 (0x82d567f3) enmTSCMode=3 (Dynamic)

00:00:01.842001 TM: TSCTiedToExecution=false TSCNotTiedToHalt=false

00:00:01.842639 VMM: CoreCode: R3=0000000004330000 R0=fffff88020f56000 RC=a08ff000 Phys=00000000c9837000 cb=0x1000

00:00:01.842905 GIM: Using provider 'KVM' (Implementation version: 0)

00:00:01.842920 CPUM: SetGuestCpuIdFeature: Enabled Hypervisor Present bit

00:00:01.842987 AIOMgr: Default manager type is 'Async'

00:00:01.842997 AIOMgr: Default file backend is 'NonBuffered'

00:00:01.843204 BlkCache: Cache successfully initialized. Cache size is 5242880 bytes

00:00:01.843217 BlkCache: Cache commit interval is 10000 ms

00:00:01.843226 BlkCache: Cache commit threshold is 2621440 bytes

00:00:02.120818 PcBios: [SMP] BIOS with 1 CPUs

00:00:02.120953 PcBios: MPS table at 000e1300

00:00:02.121911 PcBios: Using LAN ROM 'F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64/ExtensionPacks/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack/PXE-Intel.rom' with a size of 0xc000 bytes

00:00:02.219985 SUP: Loaded VBoxDDR0.r0 (F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64\VBoxDDR0.r0) at 0xfffff88021989000 - ModuleInit at 0000000000000000 and ModuleTerm at 0000000000000000 using the native ring-0 loader

00:00:02.220034 SUP: windbg> .reload /f F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64\VBoxDDR0.r0=0xfffff88021989000

00:00:02.235400 SUP: Loaded VBoxDD2R0.r0 (F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64\VBoxDD2R0.r0) at 0xfffff880219b1000 - ModuleInit at 0000000000000000 and ModuleTerm at 0000000000000000 using the native ring-0 loader

00:00:02.235423 SUP: windbg> .reload /f F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64\VBoxDD2R0.r0=0xfffff880219b1000

00:00:02.235497 APIC: Activating Local APIC

00:00:02.235507 CPUM: SetGuestCpuIdFeature: Enabled APIC

00:00:02.235922 PIT: mode=3 count=0x10000 (65536) - 18.20 Hz (ch=0)

00:00:02.250297 Shared Folders service loaded

00:00:02.256236 DrvBlock: Flushes will be ignored

00:00:02.256271 DrvBlock: Async flushes will be passed to the disk

00:00:02.256490 VD: VDInit finished

00:00:02.292391 VD: Opening the disk took 1347307 ns

00:00:02.292558 PIIX3 ATA: LUN#0: disk, PCHS=16383/16/63, total number of sectors 1023455744

00:00:02.292576 PIIX3 ATA: LUN#1: no unit

00:00:02.292725 DrvBlock: Flushes will be ignored

00:00:02.292737 DrvBlock: Async flushes will be passed to the disk

00:00:02.293093 PIIX3 ATA: LUN#2: CD/DVD, total number of sectors 0, passthrough disabled

00:00:02.293110 PIIX3 ATA: LUN#3: no unit

00:00:02.293156 PIIX3 ATA: Ctl#1: finished processing RESET

00:00:02.293191 PIIX3 ATA: Ctl#0: finished processing RESET

00:00:02.368039 NAT: DNS#0: 192.168.1.1

00:00:02.368668 Audio: Initializing DirectSound audio driver

00:00:02.402967 DSound: Output: GUID: {C9B1E51A-65F6-491D-99C2-9E3D8A65F554} [Speakers (Bluetooth Hands-free Audio)] (Module: {0.0.0.00000000}.{c9b1e51a-65f6-491d-99c2-9e3d8a65f554})

00:00:02.403005 DSound: Output: GUID: {2F361505-F45A-47C7-977C-57FFB1BD2252} [Speakers / Headphones (IDT High Definition Audio CODEC)] (Module: {0.0.0.00000000}.{2f361505-f45a-47c7-977c-57ffb1bd2252})

00:00:02.403016 DSound: Output: GUID: {C895496E-8AE5-4B5E-974B-32DB5DB786F8} [Communications Headphones (IDT High Definition Audio CODEC)] (Module: {0.0.0.00000000}.{c895496e-8ae5-4b5e-974b-32db5db786f8})

00:00:02.403028 DSound: Found 3 host playback devices

00:00:02.486224 DSound: Input: GUID: {4D86BB5C-E5F7-4070-95FC-052E76553E80} [Microphone Array (IDT High Definition Audio CODEC)] (Module: {0.0.1.00000000}.{4d86bb5c-e5f7-4070-95fc-052e76553e80})

00:00:02.486248 DSound: Input: GUID: {02B8EC15-7A79-4462-B665-2D2DF2D6991E} [Microphone / Line In (IDT High Definition Audio CODEC)] (Module: {0.0.1.00000000}.{02b8ec15-7a79-4462-b665-2d2df2d6991e})

00:00:02.486260 DSound: Input: GUID: {8D15E7FE-784C-4013-ACB3-BF42B375ACBB} [Headset Microphone (Bluetooth Hands-free Audio)] (Module: {0.0.1.00000000}.{8d15e7fe-784c-4013-acb3-bf42b375acbb})

00:00:02.486269 DSound: Input: GUID: {94E2F280-95AD-4253-A353-E5228FB597AF} [Rec. Playback (IDT High Definition Audio CODEC)] (Module: {0.0.1.00000000}.{94e2f280-95ad-4253-a353-e5228fb597af})

00:00:02.486278 DSound: Input: GUID: {A2D25CD4-E52E-45D4-9B24-F9EFED4BABF4} [Dock Mic (IDT High Definition Audio CODEC)] (Module: {0.0.1.00000000}.{a2d25cd4-e52e-45d4-9b24-f9efed4babf4})

00:00:02.486290 DSound: Found 5 host capturing devices

00:00:02.486969 Audio: Initializing VRDE driver

00:00:02.487290 DSound: Guest "Line In" is using host device with GUID: NULL

00:00:02.585461 DSound: Guest "Microphone In" is using host device with GUID: {4D86BB5C-E5F7-4070-95FC-052E76553E80}

00:00:02.593173 Serial#0: emulating 16550A

00:00:02.593247 Serial0: no unit

00:00:02.593270 Serial#1: emulating 16550A

00:00:02.593311 Serial1: no unit

00:00:02.655844 SUP: Loaded VBoxEhciR0.r0 (F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64\ExtensionPacks\Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack\win.amd64\VBoxEhciR0.r0) at 0xfffff880219bb000 - ModuleInit at 0000000000000000 and ModuleTerm at 0000000000000000 using the native ring-0 loader

00:00:02.655869 SUP: windbg> .reload /f F:\Portable-VirtualBox\app64\ExtensionPacks\Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack\win.amd64\VBoxEhciR0.r0=0xfffff8 80219bb000

00:00:02.655957 PcBios: ATA LUN#0 LCHS=1024/255/63

00:00:02.656050 PGM: The CPU physical address width is 36 bits

00:00:02.656062 PGM: PGMR3InitFinalize: 4 MB PSE mask 0000000fffffffff

00:00:02.656221 TM: TMR3InitFinalize: fTSCModeSwitchAllowed=true

00:00:02.676270 VMM: Thread-context hooks unavailable

00:00:02.676295 HM: Failed to initialize VT-x / AMD-V: VERR_VMX_IN_VMX_ROOT_MODE

00:00:02.676322 HM: VMX MSR_IA32_FEATURE_CONTROL=5

00:00:02.676336 VMSetError: F:\tinderbox\win-rel\src\VBox\VMM\VMMR3\HM.cpp(960) int __cdecl hmR3InitFinalizeR0(struct VM *); rc=VERR_VMX_IN_VMX_ROOT_MODE

00:00:02.676339 VMSetError: VT-x is being used by another hypervisor

00:00:02.676356 ************************* Statistics *************************

00:00:02.676431 /CPUM/MSR-Totals/Reads 0 times

00:00:02.676440 /CPUM/MSR-Totals/ReadsRaisingGP 0 times

00:00:02.676445 /CPUM/MSR-Totals/ReadsUnknown 0 times

(...)

00:00:02.685571 VMSetError: F:\tinderbox\win-rel\src\VBox\VMM\VMMR3\VM.cpp(366) int __cdecl VMR3Create(unsigned int,const struct VMM2USERMETHODS *,void (__cdecl *)(struct UVM *,void *,int,const char *,unsigned int,const char *,const char *,char *),void *,int (__cdecl *)(struct UVM *,struct VM *,void *),void *,struct VM **,struct UVM **); rc=VERR_VMX_IN_VMX_ROOT_MODE

00:00:02.685582 VMSetError: VirtualBox can't operate in VMX root mode. Please close all other virtualization programs.

00:00:02.685780 ERROR [COM]: aRC=E_FAIL (0x80004005) aIID={872da645-4a9b-1727-bee2-5585105b9eed} aComponent={ConsoleWrap} aText={VT-x is being used by another hypervisor (VERR_VMX_IN_VMX_ROOT_MODE).

00:00:02.685817 VirtualBox can't operate in VMX root mode. Please close all other virtualization programs. (VERR_VMX_IN_VMX_ROOT_MODE)}, preserve=false aResultDetail=0

00:00:02.685984 Console: Machine state changed to 'PoweredOff'

00:00:02.691518 Power up failed (vrc=VERR_VMX_IN_VMX_ROOT_MODE, rc=E_FAIL (0X80004005))

00:00:02.876093 GUI: UIMachineViewNormal::resendSizeHint: Restoring guest size-hint for screen 0 to 800x600

00:00:02.876141 ERROR [COM]: aRC=E_ACCESSDENIED (0x80070005) aIID={7303a66d-433b-25a4-f9a8-fcadf87e0c2a} aComponent={DisplayWrap} aText={The console is not powered up}, preserve=false aResultDetail=0
 
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