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    i7 6700k @ 4.6g | 32GB DDR4 | GTX 1070 | Mini-ITX
  1. 32-bit VM

    Cool, thanks. I have moved to using <serial type='pty'> <source path='/dev/pts/3'/> <target port='0'/> <alias name='serial0'/> </serial> <console type='pty' tty='/dev/pts/3'> <source path='/dev/pts/3'/> <target type='serial' port='0'/> <alias name='serial0'/> </console> Which does appear to persist, I have also changed to a FreeBSD template, incase that made a difference - but so far still no joy. Still persisting, though
  2. 32-bit VM

    Question - where are the raw XML files stored?
  3. 32-bit VM

    Nope - straight 'Edit XML' -> update -> power up VM.. Still a mystery, but I suspect the syntax I am using for setting a serial interface is wrong, so the XML parser is just chucking it out.
  4. 32-bit VM

    One thing I have noticed - on Virtualbox, when I remove the Serial Port, the VM doesn't boot properly - and ends up in the same state as the attempt on Unraid - with the message "BTX Loader 1.00 BTX version is 1.02". I have tried to ensure a serial is included in my XML, but the changes I make don't seem to stick.. I add this: <serial type='pty'> <source path='/dev/pts/3'/> <target port='0'/> </serial> But it doesn't persist in the XML - which I guess means I am doing something it doesn't like.
  5. 32-bit VM

    Ah.. This gives me some hope - is there perhaps some way I can install a 32bit (err, my knowledge is at the limit here).. thingy?) that I could trick my BSD binary into running with?
  6. 32-bit VM

    Yes, but as that's Junos 15.x it requires a heck of a lot more RAM (minimum 4GB per instance). I actually have other issues with that, in that it fails to boot correctly but that is a troubleshooting endeavour for another day. The great thing about the Firefly/Junos 12 version of vSRX is it only requires 512MB RAM per instance, so I can run my whole JNCIE lab without needing to juggle my household VMs (or buy a new motherboard).. Thanks for the thought!
  7. 32-bit VM

    Thanks - unfortunately that would kill most of my other stuff (win10, debian etc) - but that is good to know!
  8. 32-bit VM

    I have searched the forums for this, and unfortunately come up empty. I am trying to run a KVM VM for Junos Firefly (vSRX). It runs as a 32-bit BSD machine under virtualbox on my mac, but I can't get it to go at all on Unraid 6.3.0. I *think* this is because 32bit VMs have been disabled or removed from Unraid 6x, but I would just like a confirmation for my sanity (and if any exists, a solution/workaround). Thanks
  9. That would be... ace...
  10. Legend! You solved my problem, I wanted to watch another stream and did the same as you - I was missing /pid/ from my URL. Brilliant. Now all we need is Binhex to build us a version with inbuilt VPN (like his deluge-vpn dockers).
  11. FWIW this won't work - VirtualBox doesn't support VT-in-VT -
  12. Thanks, I'll give it a crack
  13. Hi My problem for this week is building a lab for an upcoming exam I am taking. For this, I need to run a few virtual Junos firewalls (vSRX). Juniper recommend VirtualBox when using Windows, which is fine by me (performance isn't the key parameter here, volume of hosts I can get running is). I originally wanted to run the vSRX themselves on unraid, but I have struggled with that - so will go the Virtualbox route. Firing up my VMs inside virtualbox was pretty simple, but I could only assign a single 'CPU' to the VM.. Following jonp's instructions here: I did these steps in order: - shut down both of my VMs - disabled VM manager - ran the commands JonP recommends - turned everything back on Now I can assign 2 CPU to the nested Virtualbox VM, so it looks like things work. However, when I try to turn the nested VM on, Windows restarts.. It doesn't like it at all. This is fairly typical of the log output I see when the Windows 10 VM crashes: host,hostbus=1,hostaddr=3,id=hostdev3,bus=usb.0,port=2 -device usb-host,hostbus=1,hostaddr=5,id=hostdev4,bus=usb.0,port=3 -device usb-host,hostbus=1,hostaddr=6,id=hostdev5,bus=usb.0,port=4 -device virtio-balloon-pci,id=balloon0,bus=pci.0,addr=0x8 -msg timestamp=on Domain id=3 is tainted: high-privileges Domain id=3 is tainted: host-cpu char device redirected to /dev/pts/1 (label charserial0) 2017-04-30T20:03:14.829458Z qemu-system-x86_64: vfio: Cannot reset device 0000:00:1f.3, no available reset mechanism. 2017-04-30T20:03:14.829557Z qemu-system-x86_64: vfio: Cannot reset device 0000:00:1f.3, no available reset mechanism. 2017-04-30T20:05:17.133972Z qemu-system-x86_64: vfio: Cannot reset device 0000:00:1f.3, no available reset mechanism. I've attached the diagnostics file. Any help would be awesome, doing this inside Virtualbox would save me a lot of trouble.
  14. [Support] binhex - DelugeVPN

    You could change your PIA password and reboot the container - then try and pull a linux iso torrent - that won't work unless your PIA tunnel is up - which it won't be as the password has changed.
  15. [Support] binhex - DelugeVPN

    Ah, duh. Thanks. I notice however that when I go to I'm not protected, and it shows up my ISP's IP address (despite showing the VPN address). I have set the DNS of the container to addresses.. Anyway - could it be that privoxy doesn't support HTTPS and dnsleaktest forces HTTPS?

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