Install Proxmox with USB

Posted: November 25, 2011 by Hacking & Relax in Linux

This is tutorial boot proxmox with USB. You must burn file *.iso. And then download a tool that will convert your usb stick into a bootable one (for example, unetbootin or usb universal installer).

Run program and choose: “Try Unlisted Linux ISO” –> create.

And then copy file *.iso (of proxmox) to usb.

Boot USB and type : debug (for debug)

When the boot process is completed, you will see a message similar to “no cdrom found – unable to continue (type exit or Ctrl-D to reboot)

From the console, I’ll simply type fdisk -l.

mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt (note : the /dev/sdb1 represent my stick on my system — Please change this value to reflect your settings)

mount -o loop -t iso9660 /mnt/proxmox_1-7.iso /mnt (again change accordingly based the name of your iso file… )

chroot /mnt  sbin/

If everything works as expected, you should see the ProxMox VE installer (the GUI basically) and you can go through the wizard to perform your installation.
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