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  1. Re: LXD Based Container For Desktop Applications - Some Success - Help (need more)

    LXD (LXC v2) is terrific and a big improvement over LXC v1.

    It supports so much more including local & remote servers, CRIU, btrfs/zfs, new networking features like VLAN, VxLAN etc.

    If you use...
  2. Re: Installing Applications in LXD Container Security

    @thefu

    Your reply is NOT accurate for LXC or LXD as they are "system" containers and work just like a KVM or VirtualBox VM except without all of the hw virtualization overhead.

    Your answer IS...
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    Re: Best path for moving from LXC 1 to 2

    If you haven't already, you really should join the LXD users mailer list: https://lists.linuxcontainers.org/listinfo/lxc-users

    Most of the core LXD developers watch that list and answer...
  4. [ubuntu] amazon's list of all linux compatible wifi USB adaptors

    This might be useful for those looking for a USB wifi adaptor.

    This search results in Amazon's listing of all WiFi USB adaptors that list Linux compatibility.
    ...
  5. [ubuntu] Great article on PulseAudio & troubleshooting Audio/Sound problems

    I ran across a great article lately that summarized a lot of commonly reported problems with audio/sound in Ubuntu related to (or not) PulseAudio and thought I'd share the article here in the Forum...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: fsck being run at EVERY boot is driving me crazy - just like this debian guy

    I'd already looked at the journal before and there is nothing that indicates any problem...

    $ journalctl -b | grep boot

    Jan 26 07:28:01 server1 kernel: smpboot: Allowing 8 CPUs, 0 hotplug CPUs...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: fsck being run at EVERY boot is driving me crazy - just like this debian guy

    Thanks AJ ... but I use BTRFS and as far as I know Tune2FS doesn't work with BTRFS (according to man page - man tune2fs)...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: fsck being run at EVERY boot is driving me crazy - just like this debian guy

    Thanks Dennis.... yeah I'd read that same info on freedesktop.org about this.

    I think the whole process at boot is hard to untangle. I guess part of the problem of the developing & increasing...
  9. [ubuntu] fsck being run at EVERY boot is driving me crazy - just like this debian guy

    I've been having this problem ever since I upgraded to 15.10 months ago.

    On every boot I see:

    Scanning for BTRFS file system
    fsck from util-linux 2.26.2

    The above takes nearly 1 minute to...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu 15.10 slow boot - analysis shows 2 min till graphical.target service start

    Well I found and fixed 1 problem ...

    On my 15.10 system my SWAP UUID was NOT valid in /etc/fstab so at boot Swap was not getting mounted.
    I found this after doing some google searches. ...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu 15.10 slow boot - analysis shows 2 min till graphical.target service start

    Thanks rawcoder... but I'd already done that and change the timeout for it to 15
  12. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu 15.10 slow boot - analysis shows 2 min till graphical.target service start

    thanks for the reply... but I found at least 1 problem and fixed it & cut the time from 1 min 58 seconds to just 58 seconds ... still not good but 50% better

    The UUID for my swap partition was bad...
  13. [ubuntu] ubuntu 15.10 slow boot - analysis shows 2 min till graphical.target service starts

    For some time now I've been dealing with an exceptionally long boot time.

    Today I decided to try to figure out what's causing it.

    From the output of systemd-analyze I can see that the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Difference between "lxc list" and "lxc-ls"

    Also... unless you are going to use OpenStack you don't really need to install nova-compute-lxd
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    [ubuntu] Re: Difference between "lxc list" and "lxc-ls"

    Jon

    In the original LXC ...
    the default containers were all Privileged (re required SUDO to start/stop/attach etc).. you could create UN-privileged containers but that required a small...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu and remote desktop use

    I've just finished a project integrating guacamole, mysql, nginx, xrdp and also LXD/LXC containers all using ubuntu 15.10 (but same scripts work on 15.04 and so far on 16.04 alpha) for the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Installing Komposer

    The last .DEB file for Komposer for x64 bit is here:

    https://launchpad.net/~giuseppe-iuculano/+archive/ubuntu/ppa/+sourcepub/1001050/+listing-archive-extra
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    [ubuntu] Re: Beginner in virtualization (LXC, LXD)

    I'll try to answer.

    The LXD implements the means to communicate with both remote & local LXC daemon's running on remote or local servers or even in hw VM's like KVM/virtualbox etc using a new...
  19. Re: I need a web based KVM/LXC frontend...need advice

    Proxmox VE 4.0 (debian) https://www.proxmox.com/en/proxmox-ve/features was just released and they have switched from OpenVZ to LXC for containers. They already used KVM for the HW VM's.
    I was...
  20. OpenVNet, LXC and OpenVirtualSwitch (OVS)

    OpenVNet, OVS and LXC...

    By default LXC utilizes the lxcbr0 bridge. You can always define your own bridge if/when you want to work on more advanced networking. Rather than using a bridge though...
  21. Re: I need a web based KVM/LXC frontend...need advice

    For KVM I just use Virt-Manager but last weekend I learned about Kimchi: http://kimchi-project.github.io/kimchi/downloads/

    I installed it and it seems to work well.

    Just follow the...
  22. Re: LXC awesome, but how can we run multiple GUI desktops?

    I'd also mentioned guacamole. guacamole is an HTML5 remote desktop so the only client you need is an HTML5 compatible browser.
    On the server there is a little more setup required because there is...
  23. Re: LXC awesome, but how can we run multiple GUI desktops?

    The way I do this with LXC is by using x2go (x2go.org) or guacamole (guac-dev.org).
    x2go is the easiest to setup & use.
    Create your container using lxc-create, start it detached (lxc-start -n...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Guacamole For Screen Sharing

    I use Guacamole and x2go. I'm not sure about Guacamole but I know x2go supports screen/session sharing (http://wiki.x2go.org/doku.php/doc:usage:desktop-sharing?s[]=sharing)
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    Re: System shuts down

    1st... the CD ROM isn't working is there anything else not working on your machine? what kind of PC/laptop is it. how much memory, etc. hard to help with no info

    Question 1 - can you Boot...
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