Linux & Unix Virtualization Guides
Linux and Unix Virtualization tutorials for creating a virtual machines (VMS), installing guest operating system (OS), storage device, and computer network resources. The main focus is on KVM, Vmware, LXC, FreeBSD Jails, Xen and related technologies ( rss).
Kickstart is a network installation system for RHEL, Fedora and CentOS Linux distributions. Another good option is Cobbler which is a Linux provisioning server that centralizes and simplifies control of services including DHCP, TFTP, and DNS for the purpose of performing network-based operating systems installs. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to use kickstart file to install CentOS.
Ineed to run more than instance of Linux operating system and different Linux distributions under CentOS. How do I use OpenVZ virtualization to optimize the usage of my Dell servers, and create test Linux VPS running Debian, Ubuntu, and CentOS Linux? How do I deploy OpenVZ under CentOS / RHEL Linux?
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How do I setup operating system-level virtualization that allows me to partition my FreeBSD-based server system into several independent mini-systems called jails.? I’d like to set one jail for mail and another for web server via 2 public IP address.
I‘m not able to ping from FreeBSD prison (jail). I’m able to resolve the names or use ftp / http for ports but ping and traceroute access is disabled. How do I allow virtualized jail application / users to perform traceroute and ping commands?