For starters I would remove that
PART /home ext4 all and do instead
PART / ext4 all. Then RAID0 to acquire all space for the combined drives.
Once you have the OS installed and the server partitioned, you should then be able to login to your server. (ok, you’ve done that) However, seeing only the default Apache page isn’t something that should happen by default for QuickBox… however, one issue that is to be addressed (and is in the process soon to be announced) is the default QuickBox install location. I’m opting to install QuickBox in the
/etc/ directory rather than root to afford more flexibility over the packages stored in the local repository, as well as functions on the dashboard.
apt-get -yqq update; apt-get -yqq upgrade; apt-get -yqq install git lsb-release; \
git clone --recursive https://github.com/QuickBox/QuickBox /etc/QuickBox &&
You may additionally (since QuickBox is already installed on your server) try running
box upgrade. This will automagically adjust your local repository to make use of the new
/etc/QuickBox install/update location.
Could you maybe as not providing me with this output makes things a little difficult to aid you in a solution. Although, I think the problem is with what I addressed above.
If this is an issue with the above, it’s very likely that none of QuickBox has been installed properly. Try connecting on port 22 and then running that snippet of install code I posted up above.