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An installation and everyday usage guide for libvirt and KVM

Why all this ? Today, nearly every modern computing-related company uses directly or indirectly a virtualization software. As seen with the recent Cloud computing trend, it is a sector that recently exploded in popularity and it is now accessible to everyone. There are now a LOT of alternatives to virtualize an OS : Isolation : […] Read more

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A quick initiation to the Debian package construction

While attenting at this year’s RMLL conferences, I had the opportunity to listen to a great presentation of the APT package management system by Lucas Nussbaum. I then had the idea to create this post as a quick reference on how to quickly build someone’s first Debian package. You are kindly invited to take a […] Read more

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Mounting partitions stored in a logical volume (or a disk image)

With the increased use of virtualization has come the increased use of disk images (.iso, .vmdl, .qcow2, .vdi, etc) and LVM’s logical volumes (LV), as dedicated storage for Virtual Machines (VM). Frequently, when setting up a VM, several partitions are created within these disk images. So, you end up with a machine (the virtualization host), […] Read more

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