If you find Proxmox VE useful, you should seriously consider getting a subscription to this great product. You’ll get support and more stable packages with one.
Note: Please be careful when trying this out! I can’t guarantee that it’ll work properly!
First you’ll need a computer or two to install Proxmox VE on. Amazon has great deals on open box and used computers well suited for running Proxmox VE. If you prefer the latest and shiniest, they also carry proper AMD EPYC based servers.
When you have a working Proxmox VE installation or more, you’ll need to follow the instructions in this previous article to prepare for persistent customizations to Proxmox VE.
Add Customization to Remove Subscription Warning Dialog
Finally, reapply the customizations (and apply the new one above):
$ sudo /usr/share/custom/apply.sh
That’s it! The subscription warning dialog should have disappeared when logging in. The next article will feature more Proxmox VE customizations! Stand by and good luck!