Category Archive: virtual machines

Aug 08 2014

Link: Setting Up Multiple Isolated Linux Systems (Containers) Using LXC On Ubuntu 14.04

LXC, Linux Containers, is a fast, lightweight, and operating system-level virtualization technology that allows us to host multiple isolated Linux systems (Containers) in a single host. Unlike other virtualization methods such as VirtualBox, KVM, and Vmware, the guest systems uses the same kernel of the host system. All guests will efficiently shares the resources such …

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Jun 08 2014

Link: How To Share Disks In VirtualBox Between Linux Guest OS

Let me show you in this small  tutorial, how to share 1 disk between 2 Linux guests os in Virtualbox. This tutorial will be very helpful, if you want to Configure and play with GFS or cluster machines. Full article here: How To Share Disks In VirtualBox Between Linux Guest OS (Unixmen)

May 21 2014

Link: The Power User’s Guide to Better Virtual Machines in VirtualBox

VirtualBox is great for testing out a new operating system, but your virtual machines probably aren’t that special when you first set them up. Here are a few tips for making them much easier to use—not to mention more powerful. If you’re unfamiliar with VirtualBox, it’s our favorite virtualization app, perfect for testing out a …

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Apr 21 2014

Link: How to emulate Android on your PC

Wish you could see what Android’s all about or to test a particular feature without having to shell out for yet another device? There are plenty of good, free ways to emulate Android on the PCs you already own! Full article here: How to emulate Android on your PC (GEEK)

Nov 08 2013

Link: 7 Apps To Help You Run Windows Programs On Another OS

So you have switched to another operating system, but still miss some of your favourite programs on Windows? Here are 7 app to help your run Windows program on your current platform! Full article here: 7 Apps To Help You Run Windows Programs On Another OS (EFYTimes) Two additional ways that we know of that …

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Sep 10 2013

Link: How to Really Secure Your Linux VPS SSH Service (also works for non-VPS environments)

Let face it, the Secure Shell (SSH) daemon running on your VPS is the most sensitive service open to attack on your system. Any hacker worth their salt will first try to gain access to your VPS via SSH and 99.9% of all VPS connected to the internet run this service by default and on …

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Sep 08 2013

Link: The Complete Guide to Run Android 4.3 in VirtualBox

If you are keen to get your hands on the latest Android 4.3, but your phone’s manufacturer/carrier is not ready to push the update to your phone yet, you can try it out on your desktop. You doesn’t have to install the Android SDK or emulator. As long as you have VirtualBox in your computer, …

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Sep 01 2013

Link: 10 VirtualBox Tricks and Advanced Features You Should Know About

VirtualBox is packed with features that you may have never used, even if you frequently use it to run virtual machines. VMware keeps many of its best features to its paid versions, but all of VirtualBox’s features are completely free. Many of the features here require Guest Additions installed in your virtual machine. This is …

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Aug 11 2013

Avoid Bluestacks until they fix their nasty bug!

This started out as a simple link to an installation tutorial that we found: Now days Android is leading mobile operating system , there are wide range of app and games in android , If you are really fond of using android applications but unfortunately you don’t have any android supported Phone. Then don’t worry …

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Aug 13 2011

How to keep one group of extensions from being able to call another group of extensions in FreePBX

FreePBX is NOT designed for multi-tenant use. Yet a lot of people will still try to, for example, run two small companies off the same FreePBX server. The question then invariably arises “How do I keep one company’s users from calling the other company’s extensions?” Just yesterday in the FreePBX forum, someone asked: Imagine I …

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