Connection time out!!!! So boring nah?
I can’t figure out where the problem is. It works and then couple of hours later I’d come back and it keeps on loading forever. SSH works fine, can SSH into containers as well. Just the GUI doesn’t work. Tried full upgrade. Checked for network conflicts, doesn’t seem to be any.
Here’s the tidbit solution to this probelm like similar (BTW works on PVE 6/7 version apparent)-
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apt install --reinstall pve-manager proxmox-widget-toolkit
systemctl restart pveproxy pvestatd pvedaemon
Step 1: Update Debian OS
Ensure your Debian 11 (Bullseye) operating system is upgraded.
sudo apt -y update && sudo apt -y upgrade
Once the upgrade process is complete, reboot the server
sudo systemctl reboot
Step 2: Set Proxmox Server hostname
Let’s set a hostname on the server
sudo hostnamectl set-hostname proxmox7node01.example.com --static
Replaceproxmox7node01.example.com with correct hostname you’re setting on your system. Get the IP address of the primary interface: Continue reading “Install Proxmox VE 7 on Debian 11 (Bullseye)” »
In this guide, we will cover a step-by-step installation of Proxmox VE 7 virtualization software on Debian 11 (Bullseye) Linux system. It’s recommended to deploy Proxmox VE server from a Bare-metal_ISO_Installer, but it’s sometimes inevitable to deploy it on a running instance of Debian 11 (Bullseye) server.
For the installation of Proxmox VE 7 on Debian 11 (Bullseye), you need the following requirements to be met;
- A running instance of Debian Bullseye
- A 64-bit processor with support for the Intel 64 or AMD64 CPU extensions.
- Access to Debian server terminal as root or standard user with sudo
- Server needs internet access
- Enough hardware resources to be used in Virtualizing other operating systems
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