I have installed the latest version of Proxmox VE and updated all the packages but turnkey containers don't exist
I tried pveam update and here is the log of /var/log/pveam.log
2023-06-11 23:07:46 starting update
2023-06-11 23:07:46 start download...
I'm new to Proxmox and have it running (Virtual Environment 7.1-11)
I want to install Wireguard but didn't found anything that compares the 5 methods that I'm now aware of.
-In Docker in LXC
The differences that I would like to know is...
First I would like to apologize for my English.
I have server with installed ProxMox 7.1-10 and maked CT from template debian-10-turnkey-openvpn_16.1-1_amd64.tar.gz. The server has 4 IP's, configured PREROUTING and POSTROUTING nat rules for translate network from vmbr0 to vmbr1 and reverse.
I have installed the Turnkey Wordpress LXC on the latest Proxmox but after running for some time normally, the CPU usage spikes to 100% due to jitterentropy-rngd.
What could be causing this? Can I disable the jitterentropy-rngd service?
I want to set up a WireGuard VPN from my home office to our small office. But before I can even start, I have to get networking up. Currently I can't even get my way out of the stock WireGuard container.
On the host in my home office there are 3 VMs and the newly created...
i am evaluating Proxmox solution before to purchase of the licence but I am in troubles.
I would like to use Proxmox and CT Turnkey FileServer for main storage and other CT of course.
I have made two tests but both tests with same results.
Actual setup is on DELL PowerEdge...
I'm quite new to proxmox and networking in general, I really enjoy learning about networking, virtualisation and selfhosting.
I recently set up my pfsense router with a few VLANs and got almost everything is working the way I want. I now want to set up a nextcloud server on a DMZ...
I just recently dicided to try using ceph for my home servers. I backed up all VMs and LXCs and then restored them to ceph on the new cluster. Everything was working fine except for the Nextcloud LXCs. I have two nextcloud LXCs running and I am having same problem with both. I have...
I am trying to create a Nextcloud container, but it is saying it is not permitted to mknod urandom and random. I don't know what this means, but I am having trouble finding the solution. I do not know what you need to know to help me, so please let me know.
Thanks in advance.
I tried to run apt update (or even installing vim) on the LXC containers but I keep getting failed to reach IP errors. I've tried it on Debian 8, Debian 9, Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 17.04 with similar results. (I put a space in the URLs since I cannot post links yet)
EDIT: I did not mean...