Jeremy Davis's picture


Chances are if you're reading this, you have applied for a TurnKey website user account.

Considering that 95% of all signups are spammers and/or seo farmers, plus the hammering the site has got from spammers earlier in the year, blocking auto signups was probably overdue. However, it can be really hard to tell the difference between a potential spammer and a legitimate user. So I'm almost certain that I delete legitimate accounts when I cleanup the obvious spammer ones.

So this thread has 2 main purposes:

  1. A place where prospective users, waiting for account approval, can introduce themselves, share a little about what they are using TurnKey for and demonstrate that they are a legitimate human; and
  2. A place where TurnKey users who are looking for support can post their question(s)/issue(s) while they are awaiting account approval.

Intro post

The first is pretty self explanatory, but I anticipate that spammers and seo farmers will want to try to game the system and will likely post friendly messages in the hope that they will convince me. So if you fit into this category, please be sure to mention specifically which appliance you are running (or plan to run) and on what platform. Also if you can give some context to your username and/or email, that might help me too. I'm not going to go into what sort of things I use to tell the difference (because spammers will adapt their behaviors) but I'm hoping that this will give some solid hints for legit users, but won't get read by too many spammers. One thing I can say is that the more detail you share, the harder it is to "fake" it, the more specific you can be, the less likely you are to be a spammer.

Guest support post

For the second category, please be sure to include lots of info. The reason for that is two-fold. Firstly, so I can tell you're not faking it to try to get your spam account enabled. Secondly, so that we can provide a useful response (rather than just asking you more questions). Definitely include the specific TurnKey appliance and version that you are using (and/or the output of 'turnkey-version'), plus details of the problem you are experiencing or thing you are trying to do but need advice on. Please provide as much info as possible.

Final words

If you're still reading, I'm almost certain that you aren't a spammer. Please post a new post below (as a guest). In the provided space for email address (which won't be publicly visible), please be sure to include the same email as you used for your account signup. Please note that your post may need to be manually reviewed before it is public visible.

Note too that support type posts will be moved. Other posts might be cleaned up from time to time too, so please don't be put off if there are no posts below.

Michael H.'s picture


My name is Michael and I am still learning Linux, but am pretty comfortable with it. I run Proxmox with several containers and a couple VMs. My current project is phasing out Windows products in favor of Linux/Unix based solutions. I have configured a domain controller with via Turnkey and that seems to work well. So, I configured a contained for a file server. It works, but I wanted to bind the file server to the domain controller so that I may use ACLs because there will still be a couple Windows 10 machines on my network. 

However, I am encountering issues syncing NTP services to the domain controller via the webmin console. I get the following error: 

NTP time synchronization failed : 18 Jul 21:09:28 ntpdate[2943]: Can't adjust the time of day: Operation not permitted

I am also, unable to bind the file server to the domain controller and have been researching it for the past couple days.

I look forward to your approval so that I may seek assistance on the forumns.

Thank you!

Jeremy Davis's picture

I approved your account recently but forgot to get back to replying to this post... Apologies about that.

Also, you've likely seen I replied to your other post...

My guess is that your time is too far out of whack (i.e. wrong day judging by the message) to automatically update. I suggest setting the time on your guest first (so it's really close) then retry.

If you continue to have issues, please post in your other thread (rather than replying here) or start a new thread.

Ramsha Habib's picture

Thank you for approving my account. I am facing a problem editing my personal contact form. When I tried to do so, a message displayed saying: You are not authorized to access this page.

Kindly give assistance in this regard.

UnoGeek's picture

Hello, I just started using Turnkey today for a wordpress container in proxmox. Just want to be part of the community and gain knowledge from your forums. Waiting patiently for your approval. Thanks so much and take care!

Regards, UnoGeek


Jeremy Davis's picture

Thanks for your interest in TurnKey. Welcome aboard. :)

Please do not hesitate to start a new thread if you have any questions, support issues and/or feedback for us.

Paul Lindon's picture

Hi there!  

Context for username/email. It's my own domain, for privacy reasons I selfhost my mail server and create a unique one for every service I sign up for. Domain is not yet active since... Well, waiting to fix that with some support :)

I am trying to sign up to get support for the Concrete CMS 5 turnkey container.

I have a separate server running Caddy that handles all traffic proxying and SSL/HTTPS cert generation and what not. The problem I have is that your containers are fantastic and try to do the same thing, which unfortunately causes issues.

How can I disable automatic SSL redirect, certbot, and everything to do with SSL on the turnkey container? 


Running v17.1.1

Thank you in advance!

Jeremy Davis's picture

By default, our "software appliances" are distributed with a self signed TLS cert (ships with a shared self-signed cert, but a unique one is generated on firstboot). As a complete aside, whilst you're using the LXC container, all our appliances are also available in ISO too (if find yourself wanting a "proper" VM anytime).

Anyway, FYI we don't use certbot. When we integrated Let's Encrypt certs we went with dehydrated instead (smaller footprint and leaks less info). By default, it isn't enabled so it won't actually do anything unless you enable it. If you already have enabled it, simply disable the updates (interactively via confconsole, or remove the cron job).

As for the Apache config, that is entirely up to you. One upon a time reverse proxying via vanilla http was the norm, but these days, it's much less common. That is especially the case with server systems such as TurnKey that are designed to be moved about (e.g. a dev server, then shift to a production server, etc). It's the data is what's important, not the server itself.

Having said that, I completely understand wanting to manage the SSL/TLS termination of the "proper" certs on the central public facing reverse proxy. I'm unfamiliar with Caddy, but personally, I'd be inclined to just explicitly trust the self signed cert (or regenerate a cert with a CA key trusted by Caddy). FWIW I always just use Nginx for a reverse proxy, so I can't give you any specific advice on that, but I'd assume that Caddy would support that sort of configuration?

Actually, I just did a quick google and it looks like Caddy has a self generated/signed CA built in! So if you use that to generate keys for your container, then drop them in /etc/ssl/private/cert.pem & /etc/ssl/private/cert.key respectively (& restart Apache) and you should be good! :)

Regardless, if you do want to push ahead and host only via vanilla http, then edit the Apache conf (/etc/apache2/sites-available/concrete.conf) and remove the http => https redirect on login. I.e. remove these lines (currently 8 & 9) from the http (port 80):

    RewriteEngine on
    RewriteRule ^(.*)/login$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R=301]

There is more stuff you could trim out if you wanted, but none of it should get in the way so I'll leave that one with you for now. If you want some pointers, please open a new thread.

Paul Lindon's picture

Jeremy, thank you so much for the detailed response! I really appreciate it.

Main reason I want to use Caddy is just so that every service is setup the same way and it's easy to understand. Caddy is basically the same as Nginx in that regard, it's an incredibly easy to use reverse proxy that automatically deals with SSL for you(I believe through certbot using Let's Encrypt).

I think I'll have a look at maybe doing what you said with moving the certs to the server though. I noticed that some things were not great when trying to use Caddy, the sign in form for example was still HTTP, despite the site being HTTPS. Not great!

Will have a shot and if things don't work out I'll open a thread!

Thanks again Jeremy, Have a great day. (P.S. I do not understand the formatting here, sorry it's one big blob of text)

Jeremy Davis's picture

You're welcome Paul. Good luck with it.

FWIW the lack of formatting was because you weren't logged in. By default the formatting is (mostly) stripped from non-logged in users.

Jose Fox's picture

Hi! I´ve just started using turnkey for proxmox! Could you pleas activate my account? Thanks!!!

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Jose, your account is good to go. You'll just need to reset your password before you can log in.

Please feel free to start a new thread if you have any questions or feedback for us.

wazzngah's picture

would you approve my account please...

Jeremy Davis's picture

Your account has been approved.

Osman Kahraman's picture

Hi Everyone,

i am new here and want to try the turnkey web server container on Proxmox. therefor looking for approval my registration.

could you please approve that?

Thank you and best regards.


Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Osman, you are good to go.

Savanna Sanders's picture

Hey Jeremy! I want to join the TurnKey because it gives me access to a range of pre-configured virtual appliances and server images

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Savanna, you're in...

Bruce Banner's picture

I have just created an account with you.
I need it for Nextcloud which I am installing on my Proliant G8.
This is my user name:saiansupa_2001793
saiansupa is also the email.
I don't know what else to write.
Thank you for offering this service.

I hope this is enough for you not to classify me as spam.
Have a nice day.


Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Sven. Welcome to TurnKey.

Mark Sanders's picture

I have been having difficulty getting a site up and running. Well i get the site right. its the hosting my own personal site i struggle with. I am trying the turnkey vm, because i have a feeling it will be easier to run and set up the hosting. My account is pending but I will patiently wait for a reply.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Mark, please open a new thread in the support forums. Please share as much info as possible about the problem(s) you are encountering.

Mark sanders's picture

I thought I was to post here for a new account request. The issues I have are from apache2. 
Jeremy Davis's picture

Yep and I've approved your account. Please log in and then start a new support thread detailing the issue(s) you are hitting and I'll post back when I get a chance. Note that the new thread page will only be accessible when you are logged in.

Robert Young's picture


Another wet and miserable day here on the west coast of Scotland, a perfect day for me to spend some time working on updating the infrastructure instead of being outside in the p*ssing rain!

I'm looking to get my account activated to allow us to use TKLBAM to migrate the config from our old TKL Fileserver to the new instance I've spun up.

We recently ran some vulnerability scanning and were horrified at just how far behind we actually are!

Our old instance is on Debian 10 running webmin 1.970 (turnkey-fileserver-16.1-buster-amd64) and we need to migrate the data and config from there onto the new Debian 11 instance (turnkey-fileserver-17.1-bullseye-amd64).

Hopefully the above is sufficient to allow my account to be activated and I can begin to take part in the community discussion.



Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Robert, welcome to TurnKey.

Apologies on my delayed response, I just found this unfinished draft and thought that I better finish it! FWIW it's a wet and rainy here in Tassie (Tasmania, Australia) today too...

To use TKLBAM, you'll need to sign up to the TurnKey Hub. Please be aware that by default you start a 14 day free trial of our most popular paid plans. If you have no desire to run cloud servers, be sure to cancel the free trial for that (by downgrading the server plan to free). If you forget and get charged, please downgrade ASAP and ask via support for a refund.

Also, please be aware, that migration may not "just work", but TKLBAM can still be a very useful tool to transferring data. If you search about the forums, hopefully you might find some examples of partial aka "staged" restores. Please have a read through the TKLBAM doc page. You'll need to start with initialization, run a backup on your old system, then restore to your new system.

Please open a new thread if you have any questions and/or need a hand.

Also, it's worth noting that the Debian OS (10/Buster) of TurnKey v16.x is supported by Debian LTS until mid 2024. Whilst there may be many open CVEs against included software, I would expect all of them to be relatively minor and/or mitigated against by default config. TBH, some of them are ridiculous! Having said that, keeping your servers up to date is definitely a good idea and I highly recommend that you do it. I'm just saying that you probably shouldn't freak out about CVEs until you've actually looked into them (e.g. lots of software can be configured to do dangerous things - that doesn't necessarily mean that it's "vulnerable" or is "insecure").

Darren Mastin's picture

Hello everyone! How's life here? 

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Darren, your account has been approved.

And I'm going well thanks... :)

Dave Jenkins's picture

Hi, just messing with MineOS on Turnkey and wanted to check out the integration features. Thanks!

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Dave, weclome to TurnKey.

Please note that whilst MineOS is built on top of TurnKey Linux, it's not an official TurnKey Linux appliance provided by us (someone used our tools to make it - which is awesome BTW!). Please feel free to ask questions, but I may not have the answers...

Badrulhisham Bahadzor's picture

Just came across Turnkey, while looking for LXC template for a new Proxmox VE installation. Just getting my hands dirty for the first time with containers. Particularly, a Wordpress installation to run my homepage from home.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi and welcome to TurnKey.

If you have any concerns or questions, please don't hesitate to open a new thread (you'll need to be logged in).

Phillip J Birmingham's picture

I'm a data scientist and have been a computer nut since the early 80s.

I'm currently setting up the Fileserver container on my Proxmox instance at home.  I'm hoping to replace the Raspberry Pi 4 that has been doing every danged thing (Git server, fileserver, Plex server) with a set of appliances on a HP Elitedesk 800 G3, and make the RPi my new retro game machine.

I've got the Gitea, Gameserver, and Zoneminder container templates on deck for later.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Phillip, welcome to TurnKey!

That sounds like a good plan. If you have any questions and/or feedback/suggestions, please don't hesitate to open a new thread and I'll respond ASAP.

Robert Jae's picture

I have just started using Proxmox and discovered your templates.  I am looking forward to learning more.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Robert, welcome to TurnKey.

Please feel free to open a new thread if/when you have any questions or feedback for us.

Alexandrre's picture

I am looking forward for approval and need to use API key.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Alexandrre, welcome to TurnKey. Your website user account has been approved. You can now post in our forums if you have any questions, concerns or have any feedback or suggestions for us.

To get a Hub API key, you'll need to sign up the the TurnKey Hub (the user databases of the website and the Hub are separate). If you have any problems with that, please don't hesitate to contact support (via the "in app" support system - or via email - i.e. support AT

unklecosmo's picture

I am looking to acquire backups for my turnkey containers on Proxmox.  Thank you in advance for an account?!

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi unklecosmo, welcome to TurnKey.

If you want to use TKLBAM (our encrypted, remote backup tool) then you'll need to sign up to the TurnKey Hub.

Espresso Fan's picture

Hi there, I just registered because I am encountering an error when trying to set a static IP in 'confconsole' using TurnKeyLinux WireGuard LXC.

Thank you kindly

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi there Expresso Fan, welcome to TurnKey.

I'm almost certain I know the issue you are referring to. Please have a look at this post.

Andy Dively's picture

Looking to use MineOS for my own server.  Thank you.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Andy, welcome to TurnKey Linux. MineOS is based on TurnKey, but isn't developed or maintained by us. We may still be able to assist, but I can't offer any guarantees.

Rafael Mayer Gomes's picture

Um salve à todos! Não sou um spammer! Best Regards, Mayer.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi and welcome to TurnKey. I've approved your account.

Please feel free to start a new thread if you have any questions and/or feedback for us.

it-high's picture




第二,我提供我的github.com账户,我用随机数字做 用户名,就想匿名。不过现在其中的很多内容已经 暴露身份了。认真找就能找到一些痕迹和线索。

第三,为了方便您阅读,我还用google translate 把这封信翻译成英文。


I want to register an account, follow the registration email to find here. To prove that I'm not a robot, I typed in Chinese. I don't think the robot will use Chinese here. This is the first difference between me and the robot. Second, I provide my account, I use a random number as the username, just want to be anonymous. But now a lot of it has been exposed. If you look carefully, you can find some traces and clues. Third, for your convenience, I also translated this letter into English using Google Translate.

Finally, I registered an account to use the dynamic domain name service, I want to learn and use ipv6, but the telecom provider only assigns me a random network ID number。



Jeremy Davis's picture

No doubt, your submission is a solid one! Doesn't leave me with much doubt about your authenticity. Nice work! :)

Welcome aboard.

it-high's picture


Here is my github main pages:

I forgot the last post!

I am login in Turnkey web now! This is very good!

But I can't find the DDNS service entry, I remember you have this service。



marvdaluz's picture

Sou do Brasil.

Instalei o Gallery e tenho uma pasta compartilhada em outro container proxmox com openmediavaul.  Gostaria de saber como posso carregar esta pasta no Gallery para visualizar minhas fotos.

I am from Brazil.

I installed Gallery and I have a shared folder in another proxmox container with openmediavaul. I would like to know how can I upload this folder to the Gallery to view my photos.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi, I only speak English so I used Google to translate your post.

Unfortunately, I'm not particularly familiar with the Gallery software. It is quite old software and did appear to have died out some time ago. However, it has been revived.

I did find a relevant thread on their old forums that might assist? Otherwise, perhaps try asking on their new forums (google group). It might also be worth checking the (old) docs (apparently they are still relevant).

If you do sign up to the new group and post a support thread, please feel free to cross post a link here.

Olá, eu só falo inglês, então usei o Google para traduzir sua postagem.

Infelizmente, não estou particularmente familiarizado com o software Gallery. É um software bastante antigo e parece ter desaparecido há algum tempo. No entanto, foi revivido.

Eu encontrei um tópico relevante em seus fóruns antigos que pode ajudar? Caso contrário, talvez tente perguntar em seus novos fóruns (grupo do Google). Também pode valer a pena verificar os documentos (antigos) (aparentemente eles ainda são relevantes).

Se você se inscrever no novo grupo e postar um tópico de suporte, sinta-se à vontade para postar um link aqui.

Andika Fahrurozi's picture

Hello, I just signing up to Turnkey Linux. I'm actually interesting about Turnkey since they always pop-up on the Proxmox so I want to give it a try. Hopefully this is not considered as a spam. Thank you have a nice day!

Jeremy Davis's picture

Please don't hesitate to start a new thread if you need support and/or have any questions or feedback for us.

Anthony's picture

Im a sys admin who jsut setup his own home lab.
I am looking forward for approval.
Thank you

Jeremy Davis's picture

Please don't hesitate to start a new thread if you have any questions, need support and/or have feedback or feature requests for us.


I am looking for a bitbucket server replacement and I use your GITea appliance for so. I would like to enable Turnkey Backup and Migration and I so need an account.

Thanks by advance and best regards.


Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Antoine, welcome to TurnKey.

I'm glad to hear that you find the Gitea appliance useful (I do too! :). I've approved your website account, so please feel free to start a new thread if/when you have any support needs, questions and/or feedback for us.

But to access TKLBAM you'll need to sign up for a TurnKey Hub account. If you are happy self hosting and only intend to use Hub Backups, please be sure to cancel the "Cloud Server" free 14 day trial as soon as you've completed signup (to avoid unexpected charges).

Good luck with it all and please don't hesitate to reach out if/when you have questions or feedback.

Robot Unsalted's picture

Hi All,

I have been using Proxmox and as a result using turnkey linux container templates. My experience has been good so far. Unfortunately, I'm quite a novice. I don't understand how I can go to the latest version of the nextcloud turnkey linux. I am usually able to find the answer by researching, but made this account because I am not sure if I will be able to upgrade properly/safely/with the latest instructions.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Welcome to TurnKey.

I've approved your account, so please feel free to open a new forum thread if you have any questions, problems and/or feedback for us.

Regarding your specific question, I think it might be best for us to move to a new thread as I suspect that there will be some back and forth (and better to have that in a new dedicated thread, rather than here in this thread).

Regardless, to give you a start, I'll share some info. Under the hood, TurnKey is Debian. When we create a new release, we start with a minimalist Debian base and pre-install the required software. Where possible, we use software already packaged in Debian - direct from Debian apt repositories. We also provide a few custom tools that we create and maintain ourselves (and distribute via our own custom apt repo). Beyond that, we install other required software via whatever means is required. Where possible, we follow upstream recommendations, so you should generally be able to follow their upgrade instructions.

So if the current TurnKey appliance you are running provides the appropriate dependencies for the newer version of Nextcloud, then you should be able to just upgrade Nextcloud (on your current server). If the current server does not already provide the required dependencies, then either you'll need to use a newer version as your base (and migrate your existing data) or install the required dependencies on your current server.

When it comes time to update your underlying OS, you can either use TKLBAM (or some other data backup and migration tool) to migrate your existing data to a new TurnKey version of the same server. Or you can use a Debian style "in place" upgrade (to upgrade the OS to a newer Debian version). Technically we don't support the latter, but we will always provide "best effort" support for TurnKey users.

So I suggest that you start a new thread detailing which specific TurnKey version you are running (if unsure, run 'turnkey-version') and exactly what end point you'd like to get to and I can give you all the info I have... :)

Robot Unsalted's picture

Hi Jeremy,

I appreciate your detailed response! I will create a new thread and continue this conversation there!


Daniel Fiedler's picture

I'm looking forward getting my user account approved

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Daniel, apologies on slow follow up - but welcome to TurnKey.

Please feel free to start a new thread if you have any problems, questions or feedback.

James Seldon's picture

Please approve.  Not spam.  Looking to use Turnkey setups with my Homelab for deploying various VMs for testing.  Sever Hardware is HP DL360 with 128GB of ram and 2x8 Core 3.5GHZ processes.




Jeremy Davis's picture

Welcome to TurnKey James

Your account has been approved, please feel free to start a new thread if you have problems or feedback.

Keujouille's picture

Hello Jeremy,

I 'm (re)configuring my home server from freenas to proxmox.
I use turnkey-core for installing pihole and openvpn.

Later, I would like to use your dyndns option.


Jeremy Davis's picture

Please feel free to start a new thread on our forums if you have any questions, issues and/or feedback or requests for us.

Regarding our dynamic DNS solution, that requires a TurnKey Hub account. Although it's worth being aware, that under the hood, TurnKey is Debian (v17.x = Debian 11/Bullseye; upcoming v18.x = Debian 12/Bookworm) so there are lots of other options to explore if you wish. Not that I'm trying to talk you out of signing up to the Hub (I think it's pretty awesome), but just to make it clear that you're not "locked" into a TurnKey ecosystem - just because you use TurnKey! :)

Wilhelm Mayer's picture


I'm working on my new server at home. The plan is to do it with Proxmox and various TK parts. So please activate my account.


Jeremy Davis's picture

Feel free to post in the forums if you have any questions, concerns, problems, feedback or requests.

Good luck with it all and hopefully catch you around here in the future. :)

vyarmole's picture

Hello I am using Turnkey Linux as a database server for Postgres DB for home usage. HAppy to be connected with community.

Could you please approve my account. Thank you.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Welcome to TurnKey. Please do not hesitate to start a new thread if you have questions, support needs and/or feedback for us.

Joonny's picture


I am a new turnkey user and a relatively new proxmox user. Looking to extend my home/work automation iot network and am interested in testing out some turnkey containers. I do automation at home for fun, and automate the AgTech world for work. Quite interested in the Observium one, but also picked up the media server and wordpress (and core) Love all of the well thought out additions to top off the containers!

Hoping to get approval :)



Jeremy Davis's picture

Welcome to TurnKey. Please feel free to start a new thread if/when you have problems, questions or suggestions.

elbim's picture

Hi there. I'm elbim and tried to test TurnKey templates inside my proxmox environment, when I noticed, that I have to sign up for an account first. Normally I build up my machines by starting with Debian templates and install everything the old fashioned manual way, but for my new Ansible server I wanted to try something other.

Cheers elbim

Jeremy Davis's picture

For what it's worth, you can skip the "Hub API key" step if you wish.

If you do want to sign up to the Hub for remote Backups (and/or Cloud Servers), please sign up to the TurnKey Hub (requires AWS account).

Any Hub related questions, please hit me up via Hub support (generally much faster response than here).

pawantanwar's picture

i have created account and currently waiting for the approval

Jeremy Davis's picture

Your account has been approved. Please open a new thread if you have any questions, problems or feedback for us.

Jake's picture

Hello, I'm new to homelabbing and wanting to use turnkey containers in Proxmox. 
Honestly, I'm not sure which ones I'll want to use regularly. I'm still in the learning phase. 

Jeremy Davis's picture

Welcome to TurnKey. Please feel free to open a new thread if you have any questions or feedback.

Good luck with it all.

clay's picture


I am looking to get turnkey to explore and expand my home lab for personal use.

I will only use the services for the greater good.

Thank you very much!


Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Clay. your account is approved. Please feel free to open a new thread if/when you have any questions and/or feedback for us.

Clay Moore's picture

Thank you Jeremy. I'm not able to log in.  When I request a password change, I didn't get an email to update my password. Please advise good sir, CLay
clay's picture

Hi Jeremy!

I'm able to login.

Thanks for all your help!


Declan McArdle's picture

Not spam.



Jeremy Davis's picture

To be honest, that's exactly what a spammer would say! :) I'll give you the benefit of the doubt this time though and I've enabled your account.

Please feel free to start a new thread if you have any questions or feedback regarding TurnKey Linux.

ShinobiCat's picture

Just exploring and lurking about, am actually a dogperson.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi ShinobiCat the dogperson. Welcome to TurnKey! :)

George Miao's picture

Hi there! First time user here.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi George, welcome to TurnKey.

Please feel free to open a new thread if/when you have any questions or feedback.

tosmaniac's picture

Hi, I am working on task management mainly looking at creating an environment linking tasks to graph, coming over from Audit and data protection regulatory framework.

I want a secure environment I can access from anywhere, TKL looks like a great tool to use. I have been through UNRAID, portainer (with Hyper-V VMs) and so on.

Thank you in advance for accepting my account.



Jeremy Davis's picture

Welcome to TurnKey Florent and I hope that our appliances are useful for your plans.

Please do not hesitate to start a new forum thread if/when you have questions, need support and/or have feedback for us.

To get an API key, you'll need to sign up for a (separate) TurnKey Hub account. If you have any Hub specific questions, please use the "in app chat" support (via the bottom right corner) and I'll get back to you ASAP (usual response time for Hub support is within one work day, often quicker). Although it's perhaps worth noting that whilst IMO a Hub account is a good thing (surprise surprise! :) it's optional.

Even if you decide that TurnKey won't work for your use case and you move on to investigate other options, I'd be eternally grateful if you could share the pain points.

Sean Ford's picture

Came here as a new Proxmox user and getting familiar with Linux (again) and virtualization.  Looking forward to learning more about both.

Jeremy Davis's picture

Hi Sean, Welcome to TurnKey.

Please do not hesitate to open a new thread if you have any questions, problems and/or feedback and suggestions for us.

Good luck with it all and thanks for giving TurnKey a go.

Krishna's picture


Please approve my account

Jeremy Davis's picture

Welcome to TurnKey. Please open a new thread if you have any concerns, questions or feedback.

wla's picture

Please approve my account.

Jeremy Davis's picture

You're in! :)

Also, from your email address I'm guessing that you might be interested to know that we have a v18.0 Drupal10 appliance in the pipeline - hopefully should make it into our next batch of v18.0 apps (hopefully within the next week).



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