Software Update: VirtualBox 6.1.24

Oracle has released the thirteenth update for VirtualBox version 6.1. VirtualBox can be used to install other operating systems in a virtual environment on a computer. In this way it is possible to use different operating systems on the same hardware side by side and at the same time. VirtualBox is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Solaris, and is able to guest operating systems to turn. The changes made in version 6.1.24 are listed below for you:

This is a maintenance release. The following items were fixed and/or added:

  • Storage: Fixed starting a VM if a device is attached to a VirtIO SCSI port higher than 30 (bug #20213)
  • Storage: Improvement to DVD medium change signaling
  • Serial: Fixed a the guest missing interrupts under certain circumstances (6.0 regression, bug #18668)
  • Audio: Multiple fixes and enhancements
  • Network: Fixed connectivity issue with virtio-net after resuming VM with disconnected link
  • Network: Fixed UDP GSO fragmentation issue with missing 8 bytes of payload at the end of the first fragment
  • API: Fixed VM configuration for recent Windows Server versions
  • Extension Pack: Fixed issues with USB webcam pass-through on Linux
  • Host and guest driver: Fix small memory leak (bug #20280)
  • Linux host and guest: Support kernel version 5.13 (bug #20456)
  • Linux host and guest: Introduce support for SUSE SLES/SLED 15 SP3 kernels (bug #20396)
  • Linux host: Installer will not attempt to build kernel modules if system already has them installed and modules versions match current version
  • Windows host: Fix DLL signature validation to work better with an invalid certificate
  • Guest Additions: Fixed crash on using shared clipboard (bug #19165)
  • Linux Guest Additions: Introduce support for Ubuntu specific kernels (bug #20325)
  • Solaris guest: Increased default memory and disk sizes
  • EFI: Support network booting with the E1000 network controller emulation
  • EFI: Stability improvements (bug #20090)

Version number 6.1.24
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, macOS, Solaris, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019
Website Oracle
Download https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads
License type GPL