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Πως χρησιμοποιούμε περιέκτες LXD (LXD containers) στο Ubuntu και άλλες διανομές

Ξέρουμε για τις εικονικές μηχανές (virtual machines) όπως Virtualbox και VMWare, υπάρχουν όμως και οι περιέκτες (containers) όπως Docker και LXD (προφέρεται λεξ ντι). Εδώ θα δούμε για τους περιέκτες LXD (LXD containers), με την υποστήριξη να είναι ήδη διαθέσιμη σε όσους έχουν Ubuntu 16.04 ή νεότερο. Για τις υπόλοιπες διανομές χρειάζεται εγκατάσταση του πακέτου

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How to run Wine (graphics-accelerated) in an LXD container on Ubuntu

Update #1: Added info about adding the gpu configuration device to the container, for hardware acceleration to work (required for some users). Update #2: Added info about setting the permissions for the gpu device. Wine lets you run Windows programs on your GNU/Linux distribution. When you install Wine, it adds all sort of packages, including 32-bit

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A closer look at the new ARM64 Scaleway servers and LXD

Update #1: I posted at the Scaleway Linux kernel discussion thread to add support for the Ubuntu Linux kernel and Add new bootscript with stock Ubuntu Linux kernel #349. Scaleway has been offering ARM (armv7) cloud servers (baremetal) since 2015 and now they have ARM64 (armv8, from Cavium) cloud servers (through KVM, not baremetal). But

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How to initialize LXD again

LXD is the pure-container hypervisor that is pre-installed in Ubuntu 16.04 (or newer) and also available in other GNU/Linux distributions. When you first configure LXD, you need to make important decisions. Decisions that relate to where you are storing the containers, how big that space will be and also how to set up networking. In

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How to create a snap for how2 (stackoverflow from the terminal) in Ubuntu 16.04

Stackoverflow is an invaluable resource for questions related to programming and other subjects. Normally, the workflow for searching http://stackoverflow.com/, is to search Google using a Web browser. Most probably, the result will be a question from stackoverflow. A more convenient way to query StackOverflow, is to use the how2 command-line utility. Here is how it

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How to create a snap for a Python app with networking using snapcraft in Ubuntu 16.04

Update #1: 6 Feb 2017  httpstat needs curl. Originally, this HowTo would freshly compile curl from the github source. Now, this HowTo shows how to reuse the existing curl package from the Ubuntu repositories. In this post we see how to create a snap package (or, just snap) of some software in Ubuntu 16.04. A

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