This is a quick How-To to install the Oracle VirtualBox extension pack using the command line on a Ubuntu host, though it should be very similar on other distributions. Assuming VirtualBox is already installed, we can check the version as below: jon@Ubuntu:~$ vboxmanage --version 6.1.32_Ubuntur149290 Following
Docker is available within the ubuntu repositories, however if you prefer to run the last available stable version you can add the docker repositories directly to use as the source. We will need to uninstall the existing version first though: sudo apt remove docker docker-engine docker.io containerd runc As
Its time to perform some upgrades across the Aruba switching estate. These switches run the Aruba OS-CX code rather than the older Aruba OS code base. First, lets just confirm the platform. Aruba# sh system Hostname : Aruba System Description : FL.10.05.0021 System Contact : System Location : Vendor : Aruba Product
Nginx is an ideal way of hiding plain http based sites, or providing centralised management to a bunch of individual docker hosted web applications. Presented here in this How-To is a simple deployement which can be replicated on any VPS or self hosted home server. The pre-requisites are simply that
This post for my own references, is made thanks to this great article. https://www.teknophiles.com/2018/02/19/disk-pooling-in-linux-with-mergerfs/ [http://Teknophiles.com] Start by downloading the latest version, for me it is the mergerfs_2.31.0.ubuntu-bionic_amd64.deb [https://github.com/trapexit/mergerfs/releases/download/2.
admin@5250-PAN(active-secondary)> scp export tech-support to firstname.lastname@example.org:/fw/ Group 'batch' suspend Collecting command output... configure save config to techsupport-saved-currcfg.xml exit show admins all show clock show system software status show jobs pending show jobs processed show system info show system files show system logdb-quota
Simple How-To for adding a graphical display to a base Ubuntu Server 20.04 system. user@ubuntu:~$ sudo apt update && apt upgrade -y user@ubuntu:~$ sudo apt install lightdm tasksel user@ubuntu:~$ sudo tasksel install xubuntu-core user@ubuntu:~$ reboot When the system has rebooted you will be able to log
Following on from my recent entry WPA2 Enterprise on a Raspberry PI [https://the-orb.uk/index.php/2019/09/27/working-raspberry-pi-wpa2e-enterprise-configuration/] I was asked if I could offer some guidance for a couple of linux distributions, in particular Ubuntu Mate and Elementary OS. The instructions here may be applicable to