WARNING: This is a playground to test debian/buster with pve NOT PRODUCTION READY
I have my main Workstation and my Laptop on Debian buster (aka testing!) so I decided to create my own pve packages for this release
as I didn’t want to downgrade to Debian stretch (aka stable!).
This wasn’t a straight download-compile-upload task, will provide my patches soon and the more of you have fun with testing buster the more patches will come.
An howto on systemd with a Debian stretch/buster docker container and Gitlab.
In this post I assume you try to run on httrack on a GNU/Linux box without the permissions to install it via the package Manager.
On Debian >Jessie you need to install libssl1.0.0 manualy, in this post I show you how to do so.
LXD is a container “hypervisor”, its similiar to
XEN, KVM, VirtualBox or VMWare if you use it Linux only.
Lex-dee is a full stack os hypervisor while Docker’s main focus lays on app containerisation.
Some of the main features of LXD are:
I’m a heavy user of Saltstack, on my home network i develop salt states and test new stuff and on my production servers i use the results of
my development at home.
My motiviation for this:
- I have a dream of automated deployed LXD containers which you can manage with a web interface like Froxlor.
- I want a database where i can easily modify contents with a script.
- Knowledge of Saltstack
- Knowledge of MongoDB
Salt Modules in use
I open sourced all components of my blog, this post is for anyone who want’s the same blog or build one on top of mine.
It’s a step by step guide even for newcomers to Plone.
This is what i do to install and configure lxd.