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
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.
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