Login to Online.net panel, Visit Server>Server list>Manage
Click the Install button.
Choose the type of Distro required. I chose Proxmox.
Select the hard disk configuration.
Validate the install, choose your passwords
Once installed, you need to upgrade proxmox from 2.3 to 3.
wget http://download.proxmox.com/debian/dists/wheezy/pve-upgrade-2.3-to-3.0 chmod +x pve-upgrade-2.3-to-3.0 ./pve-upgrade-2.3-to-3.0 --download-only ./pve-upgrade-2.3-to-3.0
If OpenVZ doesn’t work anymore and you installed PVE on top of Debian, you should find out which Kernel is running:
To remove the Debian Kernel and activate the Proxmox Kernel, do the following:
apt-get purge linux-base
Now connect to https://yourip:8006
To set up containers in routed mode, you need to order Failover IPs. If these IPs are in a different subnet, you need to edit /etc/vz/vz.conf, and change the
Openvz templates for creating containers should be downloaded to:
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