Virtualbox and phpVirtualbox on XPEnology


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3 minutes ago, Zippi said:

 

While I was waiting, I tried the combination Virtualbox 6.0.8 + phpvirtualbox 6.0 and it works!

Thanks anyway for your help @jarugut!
It's all new to me and I've read the whole thread!

I've 6Gb but i only see 3Gb so i must add the fix to the GRUB.CFG file right?

 

Can that be okay:

 

set common_args_3615='disable_mtrr_trim syno_hdd_powerup_seq=0 HddHotplug=0 syno_hw_version=DS3615xs vender_format_version=2 console=ttyS0,115200n8 withefi elevator=elevator quiet syno_port_thaw=1'

 

The file GRUB.CFG is that of the BOOT USB KEY were i've modified VIP,PID, MAC address etc??  Right?

Were i must place the line command? At the beginning? I don't know!

 

To use version DSM 6.2.3 did you have to use a new network card and disable the onboard one? 

 

Virtualbox and phpvirtualbox do they have to go in pairs as versions or has it nothing to do with it?

 

Like : Virtualbox 6.0.8 + phpvirtualbox 6.0

          Virtualbox 6.1.3 + phpvirtualbox 6.1  or not???

 

Sorry for the many questions but I'm glad I managed at least to make it work, now I try it a bit!

Thanx a lot again for your help!!!!!

 

 

You're welcome.

 

To use all memory ram in AMD you should to had in the  set common_args_3615 the disable_mtrr_trim option, like in your comment. This option is in the USB bootloader inside the grub.cfg file.

 

In my case I'm using an intel nic and disabled the integrated nic. (I think that currently is not necessary but intel nic always help).

Yes, if you read the github instructions for installation you will see that the virtualbox and phpvirtualbox goes in pairs.

 

 

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, jarugut said:

You're welcome.

 

To use all memory ram in AMD you should to had in the  set common_args_3615 the disable_mtrr_trim option, like in your comment. This option is in the USB bootloader inside the grub.cfg file.

 

In my case I'm using an intel nic and disabled the integrated nic. (I think that currently is not necessary but intel nic always help).

Yes, if you read the github instructions for installation you will see that the virtualbox and phpvirtualbox goes in pairs.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanx again for your quick reply!

Today i'll try and i'll be back.....

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2 hours ago, Zippi said:

I'm trying to install UBUNTU but when arrive here don't work mouse and keyboard.

What i'm doing wrong?

I use iMAC with Safari

 

Thanx!

 

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are you tried with the option  in the input tab on general settings of the vm use the USB keyboard and Tablet USB?

 

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A part of that I don't know, sorry.

About RAM memory it's ok your number have in mind that some memory is reserved for the hardware but you've recovered around 2,7GB extra. ;)

 

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1 hour ago, jarugut said:

 

 

are you tried with the option  in the input tab on general settings of the vm use the USB keyboard and Tablet USB?

 

image.png.94dcce89be600dcec94b50c1fd0f3b51.png

 

A part of that I don't know, sorry.

About RAM memory it's ok your number have in mind that some memory is reserved for the hardware but you've recovered around 2,7GB extra. ;)

 

I tried it but don't work.

Probably it work if it's enabled and connected directly to the N54L.

But via iMAC (remote) probably i must install the VBoxGuestAdditions.ISO pack but VirtualBox search it in /usr/share/virtualbox/VBoxGuestAdditions.iso and don't let me to tell in which directory i've placed it.

I should copy it via SSH, i don't see another way.....

VirtualBox let me download it but put it in the VirtulBoxVMs/additions directory.....

How you can use your mouse and keyboard of the VM on XPEnology?

Are you connected to your XPEnology server via remote?

 

Thanx!

 

 

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I tried everything but i cannot access like root to /usr/share/virtualbox to put inside the file VBoxGuestAdditions.iso

How can i install this file or connect like root to that directory?

The root password is always wrong.....there is no way.....

 

Please help me!

Thanx!

 

 

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On 9/20/2020 at 1:44 AM, Zippi said:

I tried everything but i cannot access like root to /usr/share/virtualbox to put inside the file VBoxGuestAdditions.iso

How can i install this file or connect like root to that directory?

The root password is always wrong.....there is no way.....

 

Please help me!

Thanx!

 

 

1. SSH to machine as admin user.
2. Enter command sudo -s and providing admin password.
3. Enter command synouser --setpw root "password_that_you_want"

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47 minutes ago, jarugut said:

1. SSH to machine as admin user.
2. Enter command sudo -s and providing admin password.
3. Enter command synouser --setpw root "password_that_you_want"

 

OK, i'll try.....

But is correct install VBoxGuestAdditions.ISO as VirtualBox ask?

And if yes i must put it in "/usr/share/virtualbox" path/folder so VirtualBox can see it and goes to install it?

How you can use your mouse and keyboard of the VM on XPEnology?

Are you connected to your XPEnology server via remote or directly?

 

Thanx for your patience! :-)

 

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18 hours ago, Zippi said:

 

OK, i'll try.....

But is correct install VBoxGuestAdditions.ISO as VirtualBox ask?

And if yes i must put it in "/usr/share/virtualbox" path/folder so VirtualBox can see it and goes to install it?

How you can use your mouse and keyboard of the VM on XPEnology?

Are you connected to your XPEnology server via remote or directly?

 

Thanx for your patience! :-)

 

 

in my opinion if you have the iso file you only needs to assign to the vm and install it. You can leave the iso in the same folder of the vms

I'm using the vm in remote mouse and keyboard included, I have not connected any mouse or keyboard to the nas. 

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1 hour ago, jarugut said:

 

in my opinion if you have the iso file you only needs to assign to the vm and install it. You can leave the iso in the same folder of the vms

I'm using the vm in remote mouse and keyboard included, I have not connected any mouse or keyboard to the nas. 

 

Thank you for your reply.

I set my root password with:

 

1. SSH to machine as admin user.
2. Enter command sudo -s and providing admin password.
3. Enter command synouser --setpw root "password_that_you_want"

and seems to have gone well.....

 

Then when i try to access with root/root password with terminal/winscp/putty the result is : PERMISSION DENIED

 

Why?

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16 hours ago, Zippi said:

 

Thank you for your reply.

I set my root password with:

 

1. SSH to machine as admin user.
2. Enter command sudo -s and providing admin password.
3. Enter command synouser --setpw root "password_that_you_want"

and seems to have gone well.....

 

Then when i try to access with root/root password with terminal/winscp/putty the result is : PERMISSION DENIED

 

Why?

please, read the forum!

you cannot access directly with root, you must to connect with you admin user and later you should execute something like sudo su -

 

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