Virtualbox stopped programs working

molesza

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I just recently installed Virtualbox and Virtualphpbox (which uses apache)

I wasn't think about the fact that it may stop access via reverse proxy. I have changed all the ports on virtualbox and virtualboxphp but I still cant access portainer and sonarr.

What I am wondering is if I use the "force preinstall" in the troubleshooting menu would this possibly fix my problems?

Also directories under /opt and /mnt that were previously owned by 1000:1000 are now owned by virtualbox:virtualbox. If I run chown 1000:1000 -R it seems to work without a problem but if I check it is still set to virtualbox:virtualbox

Any ideas?
 
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cloud07

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I just recently installed Virtualbox and Virtualphpbox (which uses apache)

I wasn't think about the fact that it may stop access via reverse proxy. I have changed all the ports on virtualbox and virtualboxphp but I still cant access portainer and sonarr.

What I am wondering is if I use the "force preinstall" in the troubleshooting menu would this possibly fix my problems?

Also directories under /opt and /mnt that were previously owned by 1000:1000 are now owned by virtualbox:virtualbox. If I run chown 1000:1000 -R it seems to work without a problem but if I check it is still set to virtualbox:virtualbox

Any ideas?
Their preinstaller shouldn’t damage anything. Used it once on issues I had, but it was me due to tinkering with the permissions
 

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