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LXC 0.7 is available as an upgrade in Gentoo Linux. After you get it you may have a surprise… no console output after lxc-start. It seems it is not a bug but a feature :) (as always with software). To get back the output just add -s lxc.console=$(tty) to the command line, like: # lxc-start […]

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VMWare (Server, Player, ESX), VirtualBox, KVM/QEMU  are just a few of the virtualization technologies you can use if you need to run a generic virtual machine. Each has strong and weak points, each adds some overhead when running the virtual machine, each can prove useful in a given scenario. I’ve used more or less extensively […]

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In today’s world when the IPv4 addresses are a luxury and IPv6 is not wide deployed (yet) more and more servers are running behind NAT-ed addresses. To do remote management on these servers you connect to them using SSH through some port forwarding done on the border gateway. If you need to monitor these servers […]

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James Gosling, the creator of the original design of Java has resigned from Oracle a week ago.  The news is anounced only now on his blog and confirmed by other sites (where you can find more details):

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If you need to install the WSF/PHP extension on a SUSE Linux with GCC 4.1.2 (pretty old) and receive some strange errors with missing libraries (even if you think / see they are there and even if you followed a la lettre the documentation) you may try the following approach:

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If you are unable to use the YM client with the new gateway configuration (through proxy) it is very likely you have the issue (and solution) described here. Finally, there’s another very important peculiarity of what does Cialis that brings it so high above its alternatives. It is the only med that is available in […]

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A new article on micahville blog presents a list of 17 games who do not need WINE, can be open or closed source, and of course, run on Linux. The games are (in no particular order):

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Last week I need a new partition on my external drive. The HDD has 80Gb split in 2 partitions, one of 20Gb and one of around 56Gb. The first partition was nearly full and the second had 30Gb of free space (but with many fragmented files). The obvious solution is to move the 26Gb from […]

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