I have a windows xp 32 bit VM, I can use it for some minutes, like from 10 to maybe 50. But it will crash. This VM worked without problems some time ago, but did not use it in a while, so not sure since when it triggers the segfault.
With dmesg I see:
threaded-ml: segfault at 1b1 ip 00007f9cad795d5e sp 00007f9c42d1fab0 error 4 in libpulse.so.0.20.2[7f9cad761000+50000]
Am I the only one with that problem?
I did another ‘zypper dup’ today, but the problem is still there.
Might be related to the problems with the recent security fixes that cause 32bit applications to crash on (some) AMD systems.
Should be fixed in kernel 4.14.13, or the “nopti” kernel option should help on kernel 4.14.11 (but not on 4.14.12).
You might inspect a few lines (10 lines?) before the specific error to see if any prior entries might provide more tools.
If you’re unable to do that with dmesg, you should have more flexibility reading system log entries using journalctl.
Have you installed updated VBox Extensions after you might have updated your VBox? I think you are confusing VBox Extensions which are installed in the HostOS and Guest Additions which are installed in the GuestOS (You should actually update both)
Is your VBox installed from the openSUSE repos, or from the Oracle website?