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Step-by-step Guide: Installing KVM Virtualizer on Ubuntu


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Pre Installed Ubuntu 20.04
2 vCPUs & 4 GB RAM
Storage 10 GB
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To install Virtualizor, follow these steps:

Open a Shell Terminal (e.g. PuTTY) and SSH to your server.

Run the following commands:

#wget -N http://files.virtualizor.com/install.sh

#chmod 0755 install.sh

# ./install.sh email=your@email.com kernel=kvm

Installation Parameters
Please ensure that you provide the correct email address when running the installation command.

email: The Admin Email Address

kernel: The virtualization kernel to use (in this case, KVM)

noos (optional): Add this parameter if you don’t want to download the OS template for the VPS

beta (optional): Add this parameter if you want to test a newer version of Virtualizor

nested_virt (optional): Add this parameter if you want to enable Nested Virtualization on your server

lvg (optional): If you are using LVM for VPS storage, specify the Volume Group to be used

interface (optional): Specify the default network interface (if not provided, it will be considered as eth0)

license (optional): If installing Virtualizor on an internal network, provide a valid license key

The installation will begin immediately. Please be patient, as it may appear to have stopped if your network speed is slow. Once completed, you will see a message indicating the successful installation.

Congratulations! Virtualizor has been successfully installed. You can now login to the Virtualizor Admin Panel using the provided API key and password.