Hi everyone, I am running Ubuntu Server 16.04 in Parallels to support a local development server for the website I work for. It has always worked as expected, but today I updated Parallels and it no longer works. The files I work on are in my Mac OS filesystem in a folder in my home directory. These always were available at /media/psf/dirToFiles, but after this update those my home directory is no longer available. Other things have also disappeared such as the ability to restart the VM (I now have to shut down then start back up) and Actions -> Installing Parallels Tools... is now greyed out. I noticed that on boot there is a failed attempt to update Parallels Tools with a message to run a certain command for more info. Here's what I see when I run that command: root@eg:~# systemctl status prltools_updater.service * prltools_updater.service - "Parallels Tools Updater" Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/prltools_updater.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Thu 2017-08-10 11:23:25 EDT; 55s ago Process: 712 ExecStart=/usr/sbin/prltools_updater.sh -i (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE) Main PID: 712 (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE) Aug 10 11:23:25 eg systemd: Starting "Parallels Tools Updater"... Aug 10 11:23:25 eg prltools_updater.sh: Error: XFree86 server is not supported now Aug 10 11:23:25 eg prltools_updater.sh: Error: could not determine X server version Aug 10 11:23:25 eg prltools_updater.sh: Error: Can't detect Xorg server version, exitting Aug 10 11:23:25 eg systemd: prltools_updater.service: Main process exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE Aug 10 11:23:25 eg systemd: Failed to start "Parallels Tools Updater". Aug 10 11:23:25 eg systemd: prltools_updater.service: Unit entered failed state. Aug 10 11:23:25 eg systemd: prltools_updater.service: Failed with result 'exit-code'. The main thing that stuck out to me here is "XFree86 is not supported now". I have not had any issues with Parallels Tools in the past so I'm not sure what about my most recent update caused it to cease working. When I look in /media/psf I see 3 folders, all of which are empty, and I am unable to link them to real folders on my host filesystem: Flash Player, Parallels Desktop 12 , Seagate Backup Plus Drive. I do own an external Seagate HDD for backups, but this folder has never existed in /media/psf before to my knowledge. Has anyone come across this issue, and if so do you have any suggestions for how to get this working? My entire development process and my ability to do new work depends on being able to access the codebase for the website on my host filesystem from within the VM where the server environment lives. Thanks a lot for any help you can offer!