[PVE-User] KVM upgrade

Benjamin Griese der.darude at gmail.com
Tue Nov 4 18:37:39 CET 2008

Hi Shain,
you just can upload them in the Appliances Section, its the upper right
Choose an .iso file and there you go.
Depending on the size of the file it takes some minutes to upload.

Bye, Benjamin.

On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 18:29, Shain Miley <SMiley at npr.org> wrote:

>  Where do I need to upload the iso's to have them show up in the web
> interface?  Currently I only have the option of cd-rom  in the 'Installation
> Media:' section?
> Are you saying that I should be able to see a list of .iso files?
> Can you explain a little bit please?
> Thanks,
> Shain
> >* Just an FYI....for no other reason then 'because' I decided to mount
> *>* the
> *>* cdrom (under proxmox)...and that seemed to clear up ALOT of the cdrom*
> >* I/O errors that I was seeing..after that..everything went
> *smoothly..not
> >* sure what this means....just thought you might like to
> *>* know...again...this is on a Poweredge 2950.
> *
> Either you cdrom drive is damaged, or there is a driver problem.
> Anyways, we usually upload iso images (you can do that on the web
> interface). That
> way you need no cdrom drive and installation will be much faster and
> more reliable.
> - Dietmar
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