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How to view the files of your LXD container from the host

You are creating LXD containers and you enter a container (lxc shell, lxc exec or lxc console) in order to view or modify the files of that container. But can you access the filesystem of the container from the host? If you use the LXD snap package, LXD mounts the filesystem of the container in …

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How to use virtual machines in LXD

Traditionally, LXD is used to create system containers, light-weight virtual machines that use Linux Container features and not hardware virtualization. However, starting from LXD 3.19, it is possible to create virtual machines as well. That is, now with LXD you can create both system containers and virtual machines. In the following we see how to …

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Running X11 software in LXD containers

With LXD you can run system containers, which are similar to virtual machines. Normally, you would use a system container to run network services. But you can also run X11 applications. See the following discussion and come back here. In this post, we further refine and simplify the instructions for the second way to run …

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Discussion on running X11 applications from within LXD system containers

With LXD, you can create system containers. These system containers are similar to virtual machines, while at the same time they are very lightweight. In a VM, you boot a full Linux kernel and you run your favorite Linux distribution in a virtualized environment that has a fixed disk size and dedicated allocation of RAM …

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Comparison between LXC and LXD

More, but on the same hardware Traditionally, we would have a physical computer and expect to run a single operating system on it. One way to go over this limitation, is to use virtualization, which allows us to run multiple operating systems (virtual machines) on a computer. For virtualization to work efficiently, we would need …

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