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  • Gary Stout
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    Erich,

    I did just download and install VB 3.0 last night after I read this post. I didn't realize they had released a new version. I installed it and then ran PBCC 5 from the XP guest drive and then compiled a sample program from the shared H: drive (linux host drive) and everything compiled and ran fine with no errors.

    HTH,
    Gary

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  • Erich Schulman
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    Sounds like you are doing more or less the same as I, only that I am using 64-bit Debian stable as my host with VirtualBox 3.0. In the XP32 guest, X: and Y: are VB shared folders for access to the old NTFS partitions with are mounted via ntfs3g. Z: is another shared folder, but it is ext3 on the host.

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  • Gary Stout
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    Originally posted by Erich Schulman View Post
    But when I copied my source to C:, there was no problem at all. I was able to do a "md temp" on X:, so it doesn't seem to be write permissions. Is anyone else able to compile something from a shared folder?
    Eric,

    I haven't noticed any issues with shared folders. I am using Ubuntu 9.04 and VB2.4. My shared drive is the Linux host drive (H and I just tried compiling one of the PBCC samples on the shared drive with no problems or errors.

    I may have mis-understood what you are trying to do.....

    Gary

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  • Edwin Knoppert
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    I guess you have not configured properly but i do have issues running a setup from a shared folder and have to copy to a local disk first for some reason... (OOPS, MS Virtual PC that is)

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  • Erich Schulman
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    PBCC5.01 in VirtualBox 3.0

    I am trying to switch from a Windows host to a Linux host, and I have XP32 SP3 running as my guest OS. I set up several shared folders to help during the migration (2 of them are the Windows host's NTFS partitions). I started PBCC's IDE and loaded my source file from X: (NTFS partition) instead of the usual C:. When I tried to compile, I got Error 493. (The only #INCLUDE is Win32api.inc.) But when I copied my source to C:, there was no problem at all. I was able to do a "md temp" on X:, so it doesn't seem to be write permissions. Is anyone else able to compile something from a shared folder?
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