Ubuntu

Installing and Configuring Kernel Virtual Machines (KVM) on Fedora/Redhat/Centos

KVM Stands for Kernel Virtual Machine. KVM is a virtualization technology built into the Linux Kernel based on QEMU (Quick Emulator) and is used for server virtualization. QEMU allows for virtualizing hardware, all the way from a complete hardware stack to a single device. KVM basically takes QEMU and allows it to use hardware extensions to achieve better performance. KVM is the default hypervisor in the Open Stack project. **Note: This content was ported from our old website. So the information Read more […]

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Connecting to storage Systems using iSCSI, NFS, and CIFS (SMB)

As there are a variety of tasks you may need to achieve, there are many different ways to connect to your storage system. Each operating system has differing methods for utilizing these protocols, and different operating systems will perform differently with each protocol. For the purpose of this article we are going to focus on two methods of connecting to storage; LUN’s and File Shares. In my examples I will be using Open Filer as the storage device, then various Linux and Windows editions to Read more […]


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Installing Virtual Box and Creating an Ubuntu virtual machine

This is content I migrated from a previous website, so some of the information is a little out of date. But the overall processes should still be the same. Virtual Box is a very simple virtual machine package which can be installed on Linux, Mac, Windows, and Solaris. It is open source, so you can compile it to run on other systems as well. In this tutorial video I will cover how to install virtual box and install your first virtual machine. The process of creating the virtual machine is does not Read more […]