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Add the user that runs the virtualmachines, your login account for example, to the vboxusers group: sudo usermod -aG vboxusers USERACCOUNT Then make sure to give the right ownership to the www dir: sudo chown -R www-data:vboxusers /var/www/html/phpvirtualbox Please note that if you have different locations you'd have to change it. If that doesnt work ...


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Well, thanks to @cl-netbox and @Videonauth, I have solved the problem. Apparently, even though python-apt was up to date, some other package (that it probably depends on) wasn't, and that was the cause of the issue. Simply running sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo reboot Fixed the issue.


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Firstly you can increase the size for your needs when starting: java -Xms<size> means memory. and this command can be used... java -Xmx means the max size. Remember to put m or mb after the number etc: 1024mb **or else the poor little memory thought you meant bytes.... And to mark me as answered click that tick over there. :) EDIT: You want ...



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