Install Proxmox VE on Debian 9 – Stretch

The installation of a supported Proxmox VE server should be done via Bare-metal_ISO_Installer. In some case it makes sense to install Proxmox VE on top of a running Debian Stretch 64-bit, especially if you want a custom partition layout. For this HowTO the following Debian Stretch ISO was used:

Install a standard Debian Stretch (amd64)

Install a standard Debian Stretch, for details see Debian, and select a fixed IP. It is recommended to only install the “standard” package selection and nothing else, as Proxmox VE brings its own packages for qemu, lxc.

Add an /etc/hosts entry for your IP address
Please make sure that your hostname is resolvable via /etc/hosts, i.e you need an entry in /etc/hosts which assigns an IPv4 address to that hostname.

Note: Make sure that no IPv6 address for your hostname is specified in `/etc/hosts`

For instance if your IP address is 192.168.15.77, and your hostname prox4m1, then your /etc/hosts file should look like: Continue reading “Install Proxmox VE on Debian 9 – Stretch” »

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How to disable Network Manager on Linux

Disable Network Manager Completely

Here is how to disable Network Manager completely, so that Network Manager stops running on your Linux system.

To disable Network Manager on Debian 8 or later:

$ sudo systemctl stop NetworkManager.service
$ sudo systemctl disable NetworkManager.service

To disable Network Manager on Debian 7 or earlier:

$ sudo /etc/init.d/network-manager stop
$ sudo update-rc.d network-manager remove

To disable Network Manager on Ubuntu or Linux Mint: Continue reading “How to disable Network Manager on Linux” »

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