12-20-2015 05:06 PM
I recently installed SAS university edition on my MAC OS 10.10.5. I configured the VM Virtual Box in accordence with SAS install and configuration instructions. When I attempt to start (power on) the session, I recieve the following error message
"Failed to open a session for the virtual machine SAS-University Edition.
Failed to load R0 module ...
the owner is not root...
failed to load VMMR0.r0
I imported appliance correctly, mapped my shared folder, and started attempted to start the session as instructed, but I keep getting the same error. I was able to successfully start a session on my Windows desktop, but not my Mac OS. Any guidance would be appreciated. Thanks
01-12-2016 05:54 PM
I am having this same problem on a PC. Does anyone know of a solution other than VMware? I have to use Oracle VirtualBox for my class.
PLEASE HELP!!! It was working just fine until last night... Here is the error I am getting after trying to start:
Failed to open a session for the virtual machine SAS-University-Edition.
Cannot load R0 module C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox/VBoxDDR0.r0: SUPR3LoadModule: supLoadModule returned VERR_LDR_MISMATCH_NATIVE (VERR_LDR_MISMATCH_NATIVE).
Failed to register ourselves as a PCI Bus (VERR_MODULE_NOT_FOUND).
|Result Code:||E_FAIL (0x80004005)|
01-12-2016 06:04 PM
Also, the functionality between VM and Oracle will be the same so if you use one over the other your results won't be affected and it won't make a difference in terms of instruction or anything else, beyond initial set up.
01-12-2016 07:42 PM
Good to know! I'm new to this, if you couldn't tell. Honestly, I'm not sure how I fixed the problem... I think it initially had to do with me trying to fix another issue (since I'm working on Windows 10 and it's doesn't seem to be totally compatible yet. I ended up having to install and older version of Oracle to get it to work. In doing so, I think the problem may have been caused by file locations getting mixed up. Seems to be working fine for now at least. Thanks for the tips!