this might be clear for most of the experienced Proxmox users already -> for me it was tricky to setup hyperion in a container.
In case there are other Proxmox n00bs out there wanting hyperion to run as a container instead of a VM:
- unprivileged container - set name and password
- pick the Debian 11 Standard Template
- 8 GB disk size (Standard)
- 1 Core
- 1024GB RAM, 512 Swap
- network depending on your needs
- DNS same as host
When the container is setup and running, head into the console through the proxmox webUI and login as root user with the password you've set
type into the console:
apt-get update && apt-get install -y wget gpg sudo && wget -qO /tmp/hyperion.pub.key https://apt.hyperion-project.org/hyperion.pub.key && gpg --dearmor -o - /tmp/hyperion.pub.key > /usr/share/keyrings/hyperion.pub.gpg && echo \deb [signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/hyperion.pub.gpg] https://apt.hyperion-project.org/ bullseye main\ > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/hyperion.list && apt-get update && apt-get install -y hyperion
Everything should install automatically and Hyperion.NG should be accessible via "the.IP.you.chose:8090"
Thanks Lord-Grey for pointing me to psychowood who basically made all the work.
I am n00b and wrote this one down just for google