December 5, 2020

Reroll and downgrade Proxmox Server Cluster after faulty upgrade

This is a quick tutorial about a case I recently encountered. After a upgrade of a clients Proxmox cluster to the latest version, two very important VMs were not able to power on again. As it turned out fixing the root of the issue would take much longer than the downtime would allow for, as […]

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September 25, 2020

Proxmox 6.2-11 VM GPU PCIe passthrough for Windows 10 on AMD EPYC 7402P and ROMED8-2t

Its very important to keep the order of this guide and not add and setup things prior or later, as this will create errors. Also I tried to keep it as detailed as possible, therefore it is going to be a fairly long article. Use this index to quickly jump to the area you need: […]

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September 20, 2020

Setup a Proxmox Two-Node High Availability Cluster with a RaspberryPi as a third Quorum vote device (qdevice)

In this tutorial we are creating a Proxmox cluster with two physical servers, node1 and node2, and we will add a RaspberryPi as a third Quorum device to make the Proxmox cluster working as intended in High Availability mode with having an odd number of cluster votes. This gives smaller business or a homelab user […]

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June 14, 2020

Install expressVPN with kill switch and jDownloader2 in a ProxMox LXC container

This install is similar to the install on Raspbian and a raspberry pi, still there are some specialities and traps you can run into, especially with the virtual architecture and openvpn service. If you want to install the same setup on a Raspberry Pi, please read my earlier guide on this topic. WARNING: the openvpn […]

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May 29, 2020

Build a PROXMOX virtual server on SuperMicro SuperServer 5018A-FTN4

Introduction Over the years I piled up a lot of different projects running in my home on different Raspberry Pis. Because this amazing little piece of technology can literally do anything, I love to tryout and build things with it. Roughly every third project turned out to be one I will keep running and so […]

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November 25, 2019

Raspberry Development Environment on MacOSX with QEMU

This is a quick guide on how to setup your Mac to mount and run Raspbian images for rapid rpi prototyping, testing and tinkering. It enables your Mac to start and simulate a Pi 3 and all its (web)services via the terminal. So you can start tinkering in no-time before deploying on a life rpi. […]

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