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techAdmin
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svmi updated, thanks
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drb
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I've gust tried to upgrade and it reinstalled 4.1.6
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techAdmin
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I might have forgotten to update the version number, just in case, I boosted it one. That would only affect smxi users, not people who run it directly.
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drb
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Thanks. All working fine updating from smxi now.
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drb
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virtualbox 4.1.10 has been released
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iotaka
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:: drb wrote ::
virtualbox 4.1.10 has been released


there is a .deb also for Debian 7.0 ("Wheezy"), it resolve the problem with libssl 1.0!
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techAdmin
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added new vbox, added in wheezy/squeeze install options.

for users of lenny, you can still download that version manually if you need it, but I'm not going to have that in svmi, too few users would require that.
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iotaka
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virtualbox 4.1.12 has been released
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techAdmin
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iotaka, thanks, I finally got around to automating / detecting the current vbox version, so I got this updated yesterday. Also updated/automated fglrx current release detection.

So, for the first time, svmi already had this, but feel free to bump me if you try the current svmi and it doesn't have the latest vbox version listed.

Added non ose version number to first selector screen so you can see if it's been updated easily.
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aus9
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hi

just tried a smxi (which updates vbox) and
:: Code ::


dpkg -l | grep virtualbox
ii  virtualbox-4.1                            4.1.10-76795~Debian~squeeze         Oracle VM VirtualBox


not sure why
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