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Download VirtualBox 1.6.0 Build 30421

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What's new in this version:

- Solaris and Mac OS X host support
- Seamless windowing for Linux and Solaris guests
- Guest Additions for Solaris
- A webservice API
- SATA hard disk (AHCI) controller
- Experimental Physical Address Extension (PAE) support
- GUI: added accessibility support (508)
- GUI: VM session information dialog
- VBoxHeadless: renamed from VBoxVRDP
- VMM: reduced host CPU load of idle guests
- VMM: many fixes for VT-x/SVM hardware-supported virtualization
- ATA/IDE: better disk geometry compatibility with VMware images
- ATA/IDE: virtualize an AHCI controller
- Storage: better write optimization, prevent images from growing unnecessarily.
- Network: support PXE booting with NAT
- Network: fixed the Am79C973 PCNet emulation for Nexenta guests
- NAT: improved builtin DHCP server (implemented DHCPNAK response)
- NAT: port forwarding stopped when restoring the VM from a saved state
- NAT: make subnet configurable
- XPCOM: moved to libxml2
- XPCOM: fixed VBoxSVC autostart race
- Audio: SoundBlaster 16 emulation
- USB: fixed problems with USB 2.0 devices
- MacOS X: fixed seamless mode
- MacOS X: better desktop integration, several look'n'feel fixes
- MacOS X: switched to Quartz2D framebuffer
- MacOS X: added support for shared folders
- MacOS X: added support for clipboard integration
- Solaris: added host audio playback support (experimental)
- Solaris: made it possible to run VirtualBox from non-global zones
- Shared Folders: made them work for NT4 guests
- Shared Folders: many bugfixes to improve stability
- Seamless windows: added support for Linux guests
- Linux installer: support DKMS for compiling the kernel module
- Linux host: compatibility fixes with Linux 2.6.25
- Windows host: support for USB devices has been significantly improved; many additional USB devices now work
- Windows Additions: automatically install AMD PCNet drivers on Vista guests
- Linux additions: several fixes, experimental support for RandR 1.2
- Linux additions: compatibility fixes with Linux 2.6.25

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