Go to Proxmox, in the left sidebar click on local -> Content -> Upload
Choose Container template and select the TurnKey WordPress template file, then click on Upload
Click on Create CT
Use these settings, then click on Next:
Choose the Turnkey WordPress template, then click on Next
Choose the disk size of your website container, then click on Next
Choose the number of cores for the container, then click on Next.
You will be able to adjust this setting after the installation completes and whenever you want.
Choose the number of memory for the container, then click on Next.
Also in this case, you will be able to adjust this setting after the installation completes and whenever you want.
Click on Next.
Click on Finish.
When Proxmox ends the container creation process, start the container
Start the container console and check that the container is running, the system should offer to login when it is ready
Open a terminal window and use this command to connect to the container, use the [Container password] that you just created:
Type in your [MySQL root password] and press enter
Confirm your [MySQL root password] and press enter
Type in your [Wordpress admin password] and press enter
Confirm your [Wordpress admin password] and press enter
Type in the email address where you would like to receive system notifications and press enter
Position the cursor on Skip and press enter.
To position the cursor on Skip, hit the tab key, then the right arrow key.
Position the cursor again on Skip and press enter
Be sure to position the cursor again on Install and press enter
When the system finishes to install the updates, use the reboot command to reboot the server
When the container finishes to reboot, you should be able to reach your WordPress site from your domain name:
http://[Website domain name]
http://[Website Domain name]/wp-login.php
Press Login, then update WordPress and you are ready to go!