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How to run graphics (X11) applications in the Kali LXD container

LXD gives you system containers and virtual machines, usable from the same user interface. You would rather use system containers as they are more lightweight than VMs. Previously we have seen how to use the Kali LXD containers (includes how to use a USB network adapter). There is documentation on using graphics applications (X11) in …

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How to use NordVPN in a LXD container

NordVPN is one of many VPN services. I was asked to have a look at how to make it work in a LXD container and as a result I am writing this post. I am not advertising this service, nor do I use affiliate links, etc. Up to now, NordVPN have refused to fix their …

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A network-isolated container in LXD

In this post we see how to get different types of network-isolated containers in LXD. Even if you are not interested in such things, doing this tutorial will help you understand better LXD proxy devices. LXD container with no networking To get a LXD container without networking, you omit the networking configuration in the profile …

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How to get LXD containers get IP from the LAN with routed network

UPDATE 11 August 2020: Ubuntu 20.04 as a container did not work with the instructions in this post. There is a need for an addition to the profile in order to make it work for both older versions of Ubuntu and newer versions (Ubuntu 18.04 and Ubuntu 20.04). The addition is for on-link: true in …

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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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