Proxmox is a great free and opensource hypervisor for running all of your virtual machines, but it has an annoying subscription message every time you log in. This Proxmox: Remove Subscription Message article will get rid of that annoying message once and for all! The great news is that this is really easy to do. Some guy at John’s Computer Service has compiled a one line command to run to remove the pesky message! Yep it’s that easy. If you want, you can head over to their page and review all the manual steps if that is more your style. – I’m more than happy to take the shortcut and run the one line command.
This is part of digiMoot’s series of articles on Proxmox installations, configurations and setup.
Remove Subscription Message
Alright so as I said, this is really straight forward to get rid of the annoying Proxmox subscription message (shown below).
Login to your Proxmox webUI. Select the node you want from the menu on the left-hand side. Now, open the shell by clicking the shell button in the top right corner. Alternatively, you could SSH into your Proxmox machine – if you are able to SSH in, this may be preferable as it is often easier to paste commands via SSH.
Once you’ve gotten to the shell, all you need to do is copy and past the command below into the prompt and run it.
Close the shell (run ‘exit’ command) and close the Proxmox WebUI. You will probably also need to clear the cache from your web browser. You can now re-open the Proxmox WebUI and login. And voila, the Proxmox subscription is gone! You’ve now completed this short and sweet Proxmox: Remove Subscription Message article!