Some of the biggest news coming out of VeeamON 2015 was based around yet another new free product from Veeam – this time, tackling the Linux market with what was then dubbed to be called Veeam Backup for Linux. You can...Read More
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Alright – so in Part 1 we covered LVM, partitioning and the basic installation of our VM. Now its time to tackle a few key points as it pertains to virtual hardware. Now there isn't a whole lot to cover...Read More
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As much as I love working inside of the vSphere client and focusing solely on VMware and virtualization I’m also tasked with a lot of web programming, database development and general server administration. I look after a...Read More
Over the past year or so there have been a few times where I've need to expand a disk attached to a Debian system. Now this isn't a hard task by any means, and may not even warrant a blog post, but the matter of it...Read More
One of the most used functions inside a Linux install that I use is the ability to use the keyboard commands CTRL+ALT+F(1-7) to switch between virtual terminals. For the most part all of my Linux installs are headless,...Read More
I was in the process of spinning up a few Debian 6 squeeze servers today when I ran into a little bit of trouble installing VMware tools inside the guest. These were bare bone installs, containing basically just the system...Read More
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