Tag Archives: Virtualization

LXC Configure Ubuntu Lucid Containers

In this post I will demonstrate how to use Ubuntu 10.04 as a Linux Container. This post assumes you have configured your host, see my previous post if you need assistance configuring your host node. This post has been updated. … Continue reading

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LXC Configure Fedora Containers

In this post I will demonstrate how to use febootstrap to make a root file system (rootfs) for a LXC container using Fedora. This technique is working with Fedora 12 and Fedora 13. This post assumes you have configured your … Continue reading

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OpenVZ Ubuntu Templates

OpenVZ is used for Virtualization and is both light weight (minimal software on the host, guests have small footprints on the hard drive, and minimal use of RAM) and fast (native speed). In this post I will walk you through … Continue reading

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virt-manager bridged networking

virt-manager AKA Virtual Machine Manager is a very nice front end for KVM with many features. In this post I will cover how to get bridged networking configured for virt-manager. Hopefully this process will be “automagic” in the future, but … Continue reading

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How to run KVM without X

If you have the hardware, KVM , or the Kernel Based Virtual Machine has been a pleasure to work with. KVM Home page I tend to run it from the command line and because I often run servers which do … Continue reading

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