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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 add both a private and public network to LXD using cloud-init

When you launch a new LXD container, LXD applies the default LXD profile unless you specify a different profile. By adding configuration to a LXD profile, you can launch containers with specific parameters such as specific network configuration. In the following we see how this default LXD profile looks like, and then use cloud-init instructions …

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How to use LXD container hostnames on the host in Ubuntu 18.04

Update: 12 Oct 2018 – The systemd service file and the LXD lxdbr0 configuration have been updated according to the comment by mDfRgmd. Please check again and verify that you are using the updated version. If you have two LXD containers, mycontainer1 and mycontainer2, then you can reference each other with those handy *.lxd hostnames …

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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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