Operating system: Ubuntu
OS version: 20.04 x64
I’m trying to install virtualmin on a 512MB server using the install.sh approach with the –minimal flag but got the following message which is usually shown when I’m not using the –minimal flag:
The selected package bundle is LAMP and the size of install is minimal. It will require up to 500 MB of disk space. Exit and re-run this script with --help flag to see available options. Continue? (y/n) y [ERROR] Memory is below 1024 MB. A full installation may not be possible. Your system has less than 1024 MB of available memory and swap. Installation is likely to fail, especially on Debian/Ubuntu systems (apt-get grows very large when installing large lists of packages). You could exit and re-install with the --minimal flag to install a more compact selection of packages, or we can try to create a swap file for you. To create a swap file, you'll need 488MB free disk space, in addition to 200-300MB of free space for package installation. Would you like to continue? If you continue, you will be given the option to create a swap file. (y/n)
How can I install a minimal version of virtualmin?