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Did anyone can solve the problem that: There was a problem extracting the (phpvirtualbox-).

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vbox 5.1.30 on HP N54L is working for me with DSM 6.1.5-15254 -> following same edit process: replace the 3 values 15217 by 15254 in previous spk (5.0.40 or 5.1.30)

 

after upgrade: uninstall old vbox / reinstall updated spk

 

in the setup for the admin user put the admin password (admin must be enabled in dsm, and you need to set a strong password)

keep "run after setup" selected

reboot synology

 

in case you have port 18083 error after login on webpage (after rebooting with vbox started before reboot)

 

connect ssh & check:

sh-4.3# lsmod | grep vbox
vboxpci                15225  0
vboxnetadp             18580  0
vboxnetflt             17736  0
vboxdrv               373485  3 vboxnetadp,vboxnetflt,vboxpci

 

sh-4.3# netstat -an | grep 18083
tcp        0      0 127.0.0.1:18083         0.0.0.0:*               LISTEN

if phpvirtualbox does not connect after login/password (admin/admin and show error with port 18083) :

start the service manualy:
sh-4.3# cd /volume1/@appstore/
sh-4.3# ./opt/VirtualBox/vboxwebsrv &

 

retry:

sh-4.3# netstat -an | grep 18083, it should display a result, if not try version 5.0.40
sh-4.3# uname -a
Linux N54L 3.10.102 #15254 SMP Fri Jan 26 06:40:50 CST 2018 x86_64 GNU/Linux synology_bromolow_3615xs


VirtualBox_x64_5.1.30-118389-1.spk.dsm6.1.5

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better use :

sh-4.3# ./opt/VirtualBox/vboxwebsrv -b

instead of :

sh-4.3# ./opt/VirtualBox/vboxwebsrv &

 

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Since i try synology virtual manager i found sometimes i had a unreachable box, and forced to restart with power button (no ssh or gui accessible)

 

found this line in kernel log file:

 

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2018-02-06T12:50:12+01:00 N54L kernel: [89540.479393] RIP: 0010:[<ffffffffa0bda8b7>]  [<ffffffffa0bda8b7>] ovs_vport_get_stats+0x7/0xc0 [openvswitch]

 

 

this seems to be caused by openvswitch activated (when you installed dsm virtual manager this option become enabled )  

 

go to config panel / network interface / manage and uncheck openvswitch (if you don't use dsm virtual manager)

 

your box should be more stable, if you have installed and removed the virtual manager. (once installed i can't proprely uninstall it, and had to go cli for manual uninstall)

 

 

 

did someone got it to work on xpenology with jun's bootloader (intel  or amd ?)

 

 

 

 

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On 22.1.2018 at 7:18 PM, snailjay said:

Did anyone can solve the problem that: There was a problem extracting the (phpvirtualbox-).

Did you have found error?

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I try to install VirtualBOX on the last version of Synology and I become this message: There was a problem extracting the (phpvirtualbox-).

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On 2/3/2018 at 2:25 AM, jarugut said:

I've updated the spk file to works on 6.1.5 version. Modified Kernel_build version and specific name folder of package.tgz file.

It's working on my DSM 6.1.5-15254

VirtualBox_x64_5.0.40-115130-1_6.1.5.spk

still work with DSM 6.1.6-15266 (only change REQUIRED_KERNEL_BUILD="15266" in installer.sh)

 

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Posted (edited)
On 29/3/2018 at 2:18 PM, rungkit said:

still work with DSM 6.1.6-15266 (only change REQUIRED_KERNEL_BUILD="15266" in installer.sh)

 

virtualbox.png

 

New package full modified for the new version 6.1.6 with kernel build 15266

VirtualBox_x64_5.0.40-115130-1_6.1.6.spk

Enjoy!

Edited by jarugut
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Hi, I try to install Virtualbox ,

Getting one error when starting Virtualbox.

 

PHP does not have the SOAP extension enabled.

Could someone please point me how to archive this?

 

Sorry solved change browser :)

Edited by Joe1

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