VirtualBox issue when create Virtual machine

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    • VirtualBox issue when create Virtual machine

      Hi everybody,

      I install open media vault a month ago everything working fine.
      I give a try at VirtualBox pluggin on my omv.
      I am able to login to phpvirtualbox but not able to create the VDI (VirtualBox Disk Image)

      it always pop me that error : Could not create the directory '/srv/dev-disk-by-label-BackupeT/trest' (VERR_ACCESS_DENIED)

      I update right for vbox user to have read/write access, but still have the same issue.

      Can someone show me how to deal with this or any how-to guide ?

      Thanks
    • New

      Hey guys, it sounds like a permission issue for sure.

      Assuming you've triple-checked that that vbox and xboxusers have full (including recursive) permissions - the only thing I can suggest is just enabling R/W for everything.
      I actually went as far as setting the folder to chmod -r 777 in the CLI.
      (which is obviously not recomended - but my NAS doesn't have any incoming access, you have to be on my internal network to access it in any way)
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      Odin:
      Core i7-920
      22GB DDR3 RAM
      2x 3TB WD Drives, 2x 2TB Seagate Drives, 1x 1TB WD Drive, 1x 240gb Kingston A400 SSD
      OMV 4.1

      Minerva:
      QNAP TS-431
      (old NAS. coming back online soon as my backup solution)
    • New

      I have the following problem:
      VirtualBox is installed in the services, I create a virtual machine in it and when starting the machine it gives an error:



      What am I doing wrong??

      Source Code

      1. Exception Object
      2. (
      3. [message:protected] => The virtual machine 'Windows 10' has terminated unexpectedly during startup with exit code 1 (0x1)
      4. [string:Exception:private] =>
      5. [code:protected] => 0
      6. [file:protected] => /usr/share/phpvirtualbox/endpoints/lib/vboxconnector.php
      7. [line:protected] => 3257
      8. [trace:Exception:private] => Array
      9. (
      10. [0] => Array
      11. (
      12. [file] => /usr/share/phpvirtualbox/endpoints/lib/vboxconnector.php
      13. [line] => 951
      14. [function] => remote_machineSetState
      15. [class] => vboxconnector
      16. [type] => ->
      17. [args] => Array
      18. (
      19. [0] => Array
      20. (
      21. [vm] => ff9ebda5-2dad-4e06-8295-27a66e373789
      22. [state] => powerUp
      23. )
      24. )
      25. )
      26. [1] => Array
      27. (
      28. [file] => /usr/share/phpvirtualbox/endpoints/api.php
      29. [line] => 316
      30. [function] => __call
      31. [class] => vboxconnector
      32. [type] => ->
      33. [args] => Array
      34. (
      35. [0] => machineSetState
      36. [1] => Array
      37. (
      38. [0] => Array
      39. (
      40. [vm] => ff9ebda5-2dad-4e06-8295-27a66e373789
      41. [state] => powerUp
      42. )
      43. [1] => Array
      44. (
      45. [0] => Array
      46. (
      47. [data] => Array
      48. (
      49. [responseData] =>
      50. [success] =>
      51. [key] => 53474945cfd7ac0bf8114767c209c2a6
      52. )
      53. [errors] => Array
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      55. )
      56. [persist] => Array
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      59. [messages] => Array
      60. (
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    • New

      Hey Serg,

      I actually still have that same issue - I've replied to a thread here:
      forum.openmediavault.org/index…ine-error-during-startup/

      I'd suggest you also reply to that one so that it can get some attention from someone as your issue is different to the one in the OP
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      Odin:
      Core i7-920
      22GB DDR3 RAM
      2x 3TB WD Drives, 2x 2TB Seagate Drives, 1x 1TB WD Drive, 1x 240gb Kingston A400 SSD
      OMV 4.1

      Minerva:
      QNAP TS-431
      (old NAS. coming back online soon as my backup solution)