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Using the radare2 snap package

radare2 is a tool for reverse-engineering software. It is quite versatile, and can deal either with binary files of executable code, or even attach to a running process. Packaging (making available an installation package for end-users) is always an issue, especially when the software gets updated often. There is in the works a snap package …

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How to know when a LXD container has finished starting up

You have just run lxc launch ubuntu:18.04 mycontainer and a new container is being created. The command returns very quickly (around 1-2s) and the container image starts running. The container image may take a few more seconds to complete, so that the init performs all the required tasks. The problem The question is, how do …

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How to run HelloWorld in radare2 (installed from a snap package)

You can write instructions in a language like English, just like I do now with this blog post. If you want to write instructions for a computer, you are likely to use some sort of intermediate language that will then be converted into raw instructions suitable for the computer. Those intermediate languages are the programming …

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How to try LXD 3.0 beta

LXD is a container hypervisor/lighter-visor for Linux distributions. You kinda get the effect of a Linux virtual machine but using Linux containers instead. You can consider them as lightweight virtual machines. Currently, LXD is at version 2 (2.21) and soonish version 3.0 will be released. In this post we see how to get to try …

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How to develop the LXD hypervisor – Part #2 (using multipass/KVM VM)

Background: LXD is a hypervisor that manages machine containers on Linux distributions. You install LXD on your Linux distribution and then you can launch machine containers into your distribution running all sort of (other) Linux distributions. In this post we are having a closer look on how to help in the development of LXD. We …

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How to install the VLC 3.0 snap in Linux

VLC (from the VideoLAN organization) is a popular media player, and very soon they will release version 3. Let’s see how to install it on Ubuntu. Open up the Ubuntu Software and search for videolan. You get this. There are two options. Which one is the DEB package, and which one is the snap. Snaps …

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