Xen Virtualization

Getting started with Xen Virtualization On CentOS 7.x

Xen is an open-source baremetal hypervisor which allows you to run different operating systems in parallel on a single host machine. This type of hypervisor is normally referred to as type...

LPI 1 Article #4- Introduction to LPIC-1 Configuring Shells

Configuring shells Hey there geeks and enthusiasts, I hope your time has been good so far in our lessons. This sequel is going to explore some of the configurations that are undertaken on...
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LPI 1 Article #3- Introduction to LPIC-1 and Linux

Hey there wonderful people. In this sequel of sweet learning Linux and getting nuggets to help you in your LPI Exam, we are going to explore a couple of things by...

LPI 1 Notes #2- Introduction to LPIC-1 and Linux

In our very first article, we had a little dive into the Linux World by making a few introductions that are imperative to every new user or enthusiast. In our second...
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Configure KVM Networking With virsh, nmcli and brctl in Linux

There are many choices for network configurations in the KVM host. In this post, I’ll guide you through two main choices to configure KVM networking. We’ll consider internal networking and external...
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LPI 1 Notes #1- Introduction to LPIC-1 and Linux

About Linux Linux, though mostly confused by many is actually a kernel, a central piece that acts as a mediator between the hardware and software applications. There is a difference between a...

How to Backup MBR and store it in External Hard Drive in Linux

Want to create a Backup of MBR so that you can restore it in case it fails. If so, then this tutorial is for you. This will work on any Linux...