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Useful LXD commands

Summarized from Interestingly, the LXD command line client is named…. lxc! List available containers Launch a container This creates and starts a container. Create container Without starting it. Start/stop after creating it List local containers Available columns for the list command Rename Configuration Config changes are effective immediately, even if container is running. Enter the container… Leer más »

Easy OpenVPN Server Easy OpenVPN Server A plug-and-play OpenVPN server that «Just Works» and has secure defaults. It supports both udp and tcp connections over IPv4 and IPv6. Clients will try the faster udp connection first. If that is blocked, they will fall back to a tcp connection that mimicks https traffic. It automatically generates .ovpn client config files… Leer más »

Instalando un servidor TURN e integrándolo con Nextcloud

En este post instalaremos el servicio TURN para permitir usar Talk desde el exterior de nuestra organización, si queremos que nuestros usuarios puedan usar videoconferencias desde Internet directamente. Como sabemos las vídeo llamadas de Talk únicamente funcionan en el mismo segmento de red que el servidor y si necesitamos acceder desde otra red necesitaremos un… Leer más »

hot-add CPU and memory to Ubuntu guest in VMware

Virtualization has made our lives easier. We can spin up new resources for applications, dynamically add more disk space, migrate them, etc. In vSphere, we can dynamically add additional memory and vCPU to a guest VM without any downtime (assuming its been enabled prior to powering on). Now in Ubuntu 12.04, I had two production… Leer más »

Checking Your Ubuntu Version From the Terminal

Step 1: Open the terminal. Step 2: Enter the lsb_release -a command. Step 1: Open “System Settings” from the desktop main menu in Unity. Step 2: Click on the “Details” icon under “System.” Step 3: See version information.