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mamun85
Fluorite | Level 6

Hi:

I have been working on SAS University Edition for a year without any issue. Recently it has stopped working in Safari without any error message. It just don't show anyting! Please suggest a solution. Following are the technical details:

OS: MacBook Pro OS X Yesomite

SAS University Edition: Most recent one (I re-installed everything. Still no hope!)

VirtualBox: Oracle VM 5.0.16

Safari: Version 9.1

 

Thank you,

Mamun

 

 

 

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Reeza
Super User
Can you post screen shots of VM running and your browser address and screen when trying to access. I had a similar problem and shut down VM and restarted and it worked. Note that restarting oraclebox isnt the same thing.
mamun85
Fluorite | Level 6

Here is a screen shot. Can you please guide me to shut down VM?

Thank you so much,

Mamun


Screen Shot 2016-03-27 at 6.10.44 PM.png
Reeza
Super User

Unfortunately I don't know how to do it in VirtualBox, I use VMWare and it works 

Paul_OldenKamp_org
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi Mamun,

 

I use Windows and Chrome to run University Edition so my environment may not match your's.

 

The black box in your screen shot looks incomplete and I think shows a problem executing the VM.

 

When I right-click the blue box with the red hat, I get several choices including 'close'.  Selecting that I get further choices including 'power off' or cntl-F.  See if you have those choices and can shut down.

 

Good luck,

 

Paul

mamun85
Fluorite | Level 6

I tried to use Chrome brower and get the following error message:

 
The application could not log on to the server "localhost:8591". No server is available at that port on that machine. Connection refused
Close
 
I know VMware is better than Oracle VirtualBox, but VMware cost money!
Please help.
 

 

Paul_OldenKamp_org
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi,

I got the 8591 port a couple of times.  When I shut everything down and re-started UE it worked normally.

Paul

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