[PVE-User] Installation a VM at proxmox

Mechtilde ooo at mechtilde.de
Wed Mar 4 18:54:59 CET 2020


Am 04.03.20 um 14:04 schrieb Laurent Dumont:
> If this is a regular laptop, make sure you have enabled VTX in the BIOS
> options.

First I only found the "Diagnostic Tool" with F10. After using the
search engine again I found the hint to use F1.

There I found the option to enable virtualization.

Thanks for that hints

Kind regards

> On Wed, Mar 4, 2020, 2:46 AM Fabian Grünbichler <f.gruenbichler at proxmox.com>
> wrote:
>> On March 3, 2020 9:14 pm, Mechtilde wrote:
>>> I can also use the dialog to create a VM and connect it to the *.iso.
>>> After that I get the message "Failled to connect to server and the
>>> splash screen for noVNC.
>> did the VM actually start? you should have a visual indication of that
>> in the left side tree (instead of the greyed out, inactive icon there
>> should be an active icon with a small 'play symbol' overlayed), and in
>> the VM view itself (after you selected the VM in the left-side tree) the
>> summary should say 'running' instead of 'stopped'.
>> you can also check by running "qm list" or "qm status <VMID>" on the
>> CLI.
>>> The status message is: "Failed to run vncproxy."
>> this message usually occurs when the VM is not running.

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