Linux Tutorials on the topic “virtualization”

  • How To Install vcPanel - VPS Control Panel

    Author: sherinTags: , Comments: 2

    How To Install vcPanel - VPS Control Panel vcPanel is a vps control panel for  managing VPS servers around the globe from one portal. It is  mainly written in  PHP + MySQL so you can install it on any hosting server.

  • How To Force virt-manager To Use kqemu On Fedora 10

    fedora Author: athmaneTags: , Comments: 0

    How To Force virt-manager To Use kqemu On Fedora 10 When you use virt-manager to create and manage virtual machines using QEMU as hypervisor you may notice a poor performance on a no virtualization capable processor; this is because by default libvirt (an opensource virtualization API for Xen, KVM, Qemu) ignores the kqemu module (qemu acceleration kernel module). This mini-howto tries to workaround this problem.

  • Installing Hyper-V Linux Integration Components On CentOS 5

    centos Author: CrsHTags: , Comments: 9

    Installing Hyper-V Linux Integration Components On CentOS 5 Microsoft has introduced together with Windows 2008 a new Hypervisor called Hyper-V. Initially Microsoft only supported Microsoft products and Novell Suse, but recently they added support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. With this support it is also possible to install the components on CentOS.

  • How To Compile virt-df, virt-top, virt-mem & virt-ctrl On Debian Lenny

    debian Author: jahilTags: , Comments: 0

    How To Compile virt-df, virt-top, virt-mem & virt-ctrl On Debian Lenny This short guide explains how you can build virt-df, virt-top, virt-mem and virt-ctrl from the sources on a Debian Lenny system. These tools are currently available for Fedora in binary format.

  • How To Virtualize A Physical Linux Machine

    Author: mannesTags: Comments: 15

    How To Virtualize A Physical Linux Machine This tutorial shows how you can virtualize a physical Linux machine. It is intended not only for virtualization, but for any relocation of a RedHat Linux based system from one machine to another.

  • How To Set Up A Cisco Lab On Linux (CentOS 5.2)

    Author: topdogTags: , , , , Comments: 5

    How To Set Up A Cisco Lab On Linux (CentOS 5.2) I recently decided to study for the Cisco CCSP certification. My main concern in the beginning was the fact that most of the lab simulation software that I found out there could only run on Windows, this was a problem for me given the fact that I do not own a windows computer. After a quick search I found the wonderful Dynamips project that goes beyond what other simulators do by running actual Cisco IOS images, as well as the PEMU project which allows for running of Cisco PIX images. To integrate the various pieces of software and provide an interface for interaction with the devices I used dynagen.

  • A Guide to Virtualization on Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring

    Author: AdamWTags: , Comments: 0

    A Guide to Virtualization on Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring Have you ever wished you had another computer handy? Maybe you want to try a new operating system out. Maybe you want to test something experimental without potentially breaking your own system. Maybe you need to run some software that only runs in a different operating system. Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring comes with a range of virtualization options that can help.

  • Running Windows on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud with Qemu and Linux

    Author: enomalyTags: Comments: 5

    Running Windows on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud with Qemu and Linux This tutorial explains how to set up and run Windows on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Beta with the help of Qemu and Linux. This HOWTO can be adapted to install any guest operating system supported by QEMU. We have chosen Windows Server 2003 because they offer a free evaluation copy, but QEMU can be used for emulating other operating systems - including, Solaris, *BSD, Unix, etc.

  • Linux-Vserver on Debian Testing (Etch), the easy way

    Author: Daniel15Tags: , Comments: 1

    Linux-Vserver on Debian Testing (Etch), the easy way In this tutorial, I'll show you how to install Linux-Vserver on Debian Testing (Etch). Basically, Linux-Vserver is an open-source system used to separate a single physical server into multiple virtual servers. From the Linux-Vserver website: "Linux-VServer allows you to create virtual private servers and security contexts which operate like a normal Linux server, but allow many independent servers to be run simultaneously in one box at full speed."

  • Linux-Vserver on Debian Sarge

    Author: themachineTags: Comments: 14

    Author: BJ DierkesContact: wdierkes [at] 5dollarwhitebox [dot] orgUpdated: November 11th, 2005This document describes how to install and configure a Debian Sarge system to utilize the linux-vserver kernel patch allowing you run multiple virtual servers on a single machine.http://www.linux-vserver.org