I am trying to upgrade to Proxmox 6, so I'm upgrade my version 4 to 5, then will upgrade 5 to 6.
However, the 1st command as per guide
apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade
brings up error:
root@proxmox:~# apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade
Ign http://ftp.au.debian.org stretch InRelease
Ok, I have forced the USB to the VM, so now the VM sees and creates an inteface ue0.
However no internet or DHCP traffic.
i'm wondering if I should be tethering the phone to the hypervisor/host machine and then the guest machine will receive internet from the hypervisor. This might need a NAT?
Almost there...the VM router is seeing and adding the USB interface.
I think I might need to add some new VM Hardware?
Like instead of net0 = vmbr1, update to OPT1 = vmbr1?
Previous ethernet modem:
New USB modem:
Maybe I need to edit the VMID.conf file?
I'm wondering about the Network Device on the VM.
net0=vmbr0, which was the previous WAN connection for internet. This was an Ethernet port.
However, now the WAN is a USB port.
Not sure if this is still a Proxmox issue or the VM now?
The VM can see the USB device, however the VM cannot issue an interface.
Usually, the VM can issue an interface named ue0.
This is what I've done on the VM, but still unsure if the issue is caused by the hypervisor or VM?
Phone is USB...
Well, I think it might be easier to upgrade Proxmox 4.4 to 6.1.
Proxmox 4.4 VM Hardware Add, has no option to add USBs.
Proxmox 6.1 VM Hardware Add, has options to add USBs.
However, my Proxmox has no Internet, meaning a PXE FAI install.
Not sure how easy a PXE FAI install will be from my Linux...
Hi, I'm trying to pass the USB device from Proxmox to a VM.
I followed the simple way to pass the usb device id to the guest.
However, the guest does not work via the USB?
Proxmox shell output with USB device not connected:
Bus 002 Device 002: ID 8087:8000 Intel Corp...
So, I need to finalise backups, which have been turned off, as my disks fill up, then Proxmox freezes with i/o errors.
4 x 120 GB Intel SSDs. (some have said these server grade drives need no RAID, so I'm open to feedback)
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