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== Get the ISO ==
 
== Get the ISO ==
 
Download the [http://www.proxmox.com/downloads ISO image] and move it to a USB media, see [[Install from USB Stick]]. Or just burn a CD.
 
Download the [http://www.proxmox.com/downloads ISO image] and move it to a USB media, see [[Install from USB Stick]]. Or just burn a CD.
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== Minimum requirements, for evaluation ==
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*CPU: 64bit (Intel EMT64 or AMD64), [[FAQ#Supported_CPU_chips|Intel VT/AMD-V capable CPU]]/Mainboard (for KVM Full Virtualization support)
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*RAM: 1 GB RAM
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*Hard drive
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*One NIC
  
 
== Start the installation ==
 
== Start the installation ==

Revision as of 20:14, 27 December 2015

Introduction

This is a quick install guide for Proxmox VE.

Additionally, we also provide a "howto" for installation on an Debian 6 Squeeze or Debian 7 Wheesy or Debian 8 Jessie

Get the ISO

Download the ISO image and move it to a USB media, see Install from USB Stick. Or just burn a CD.

Minimum requirements, for evaluation

  • CPU: 64bit (Intel EMT64 or AMD64), Intel VT/AMD-V capable CPU/Mainboard (for KVM Full Virtualization support)
  • RAM: 1 GB RAM
  • Hard drive
  • One NIC

Start the installation

  • Just press 'Enter' to start the installation (for custom partition settings, see Debugging Installation#Boot options)
  • The installer supports partitions greater 2 TB (using GUID Partition Table, GPT)

Update your Proxmox VE Server to latest available version

In order to get new features and all security updates and bugfixes you should always update a new ISO install to the latest available packages via GUI updater or via CLI (apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade)

For more details about our update services, see Package repositories

Web-based Management

Central_Web-based_Management

Proxmox VE Cluster

Proxmox_VE_2.0_Cluster

Video Tutorials