Install ‘PhpVirtualBox’ to Manage VirtualBox Virtual Machines via Web Browser in Linux

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5 Responses

  1. Pankaj Kumar says:

    Installation in windows with simple easy steps:

    1) Download phpVirtualBox from internet
    2) Extract it
    3) Download XAMPP and Install it
    4) copy the Extracted phpvirtulabox folder into xampp/htdocs folder (for example d:\xampp\htdocs\phpVirtualBox)
    5) Now go to the phpVirtualBox and save a copy of config.php-example as config.php (default userid / password admin/admin)
    6) Start C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox\VBoxWebSrv.exe as a service
    7) Start web server from XAMPP control penal
    8) Now go to web browser type your system ip with folder name (http://IP address/phpVirtualBox)
    9) put user id and password and control virtual box from web page

    for any issue please let me know email id == [email protected]

  2. Michael says:

    Love the tutorial. Although I might add, You can set this up to run on boot..
    echo ‘avi123’ | sudo -u avi sudo -S vboxwebsrv -H 127.0.0.1 -b –logfile /dev/null >/dev/null

    the echo will be the password,
    That command basicly starts it in the back end but you can also start a cronjob with this eg
    sudo crontab -e
    @reboot echo ‘avi123’ | sudo -u avi sudo -S vboxwebsrv -H 127.0.0.1 -b –logfile /dev/null >/dev/null

  3. Johnny says:

    Hi So I try to install as you show, but still at the error page when i try to log in.
    In /etc/init.d, there’s no virtualbox folder, it’s only : vboxautostart-service, vboxdrv, vboxweb-service, vboxballoonctrl-service, netconsole, network.

    The only way to log in is to issue the command : vboxwebsrv -H 127.0.0.1
    But that need to run all the time, if we stop with ctrl-c I can’t log anymore.

    So I’m not sure why i can’t autorun ? Or how to put as autorun, like in

    Thanks

    • Avishek Kumar says:

      Johnny,
      You may like to tell us which Linux Distribution your are using for details of adding a program/Service at startup

      Alternatively,
      You may ask your community how to add a service/command/script to start at boot. You may either write a two line script or add the command directly.

      Hope it helps.

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