Release Notes: This minor release fixed SOAP versioning issues experienced by some users. In addition, an appdata.xml file is bundled for packagers with distros that use it.
Release Notes: Adds an option to start and stop guests automatically on host start and shutdown. Major visual improvements to the snapshot tree and significant changes and optimizations to list handling. Adds support for guest groups, additional guest keyboard sequences, and support for creating, configuring, and destroying NAT networks. Many other minor features and changes have been added. This version also has several bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release uses FreeRDP as the default RDP client, adds support for video capture, additional RDP client substitutions, and use of units in spinboxes, makes many improvements to remote file dialogs and progress dialogs, provides several bugfixes, including ones for remote file path handling, adding host-only networks (mainly affecting Windows servers), disappearing hard disk images when a double slash is present in the path, and properly flushing cached information across new connections, and supports Perl 5.18, which introduced changes which broke logging into a remote server.
Release Notes: This version brings support for the VirtualBox 4.3.x series and drops support for older versions. GTK+ 2.24 is now the minimum required version. New features include auto-adding the guest additions ISO, multi-touch pointing device, SCSI and SAS CD/DVD support, saved state discards, and auto display hint as well as other minor features. Several bugs were fixed and there were various code clean ups and tweaks.
Release Notes: Most of a guest's settings can now be changed while the guest is running, reducing the inconvenience of needing to power off the guest. Screenshots can be taken of the guest and saved as PNG images. There are guest icons for Windows 2012 and Solaris 11 as well as status icons for each guest and storage icons on the edit window. Additional defaults are used when creating a new guest including 'recommendedChipset', 'recommendedAudioController', 'recommendedFloppy', and 'recommendedUSB'. There is an SSL certificate verification option. This release also has a number of minor bugfixes and GUI tweaks.
Release Notes: This version primarily concentrates on VirtualBox 4.2.x compatibility and dropping support for VirtualBox 4.1.x. Support for hot additional and removal of virtual CPUs from guests with operating systems that support it was implemented, along with support for QED, QCOW hard disk images, and physical DVD, CD, and floppy drives. Up to 8 network cards can now be configured per guest. Additional keyboard entries have been added for switching VTs on guests running very old versions of UNIX.
Release Notes: Major improvements to handling connection timeouts and invalid references, including a heartbeat to keep connections alive. USB devices can now be attached to or detached from the guest while it is running. An option has been added to view the startup logs for a guest; up to four logs can be viewed. You can now also set a screenshot as the guest's icon, rather than having the default operating system icon. File dialogs now let you select multiple files where appropriate, for example adding media to the VMM. There are several optimizations and tweaks to the GUI that should improve responsiveness.
Release Notes: This release has been rebased from GTK 2.16 to GTK 2.22 as the minimum version required, and has significant code optimizations. Support has been added for creating guest clones (Full, State, and Linked) and marking hard disk images as SSDs and DVD images as Live DVDs. The number of ports on a SATA controller can now be configured manually as well as manually controlling the port a medium is attached to. Support has been added for copying (including converting) hard disk images as well as setting their low-level type (Writethrough, Immutable, Multi-attach, etc.). Plus the usual plethora of GUI tweaks and minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Support for several new disk image formats was added, including VMDK, VHD, and Parallels. Major changes were made to the networking configuration including support for generic drivers and setting promiscuous mode. Additional changes when showing guest information include the run-time operating system version and the version of guest additions currently running. Several bugs have also been fixed in this release.
Release Notes: This release primarily brings VirtualBox 4.1.X support to RemoteBox and drops support for earlier releases. In addition, a major bugfix was made with regards to editing guest settings as well as lesser bug fixes for deleting snapshots and browsing remote files. New features for VirtualBox 4.1.X will be added in subsequent releases.