How To Install And Use Docker In Ubuntu/Linux Mint?

Install Docker in Linux Mint / Ubuntu

Unlike the Virtual Machine in Linux which uses all the resources of the host machine, Docker is a platform that makes it easier to create, deploy, and use an application using containers. A container contains an application with all parts of it needed such as libraries and other dependencies and ships it as one package. … Read more

Logical Volume Manager(LVM)

LVM simply stands for “Logical Volume Manager”. It is a tool for logical volume management. LVM is an advanced filesystem management concept in the Unix based systems. LVM provides much more flexibility than the traditional way of partitioning and using a disk. This technology is widely used for the servers. In this article, we will … Read more

Virtualization In Linux With Xen

Virtualization Technology Virtualization means creating a virtual version of something like computer hardware, storage devices, and network resources, etc. It allows you to create multiple simulated environments from a single physical hardware system. For example, a Windows operating system can host a system with Linux Os or it can be any other operating system. It … Read more

Process Management In Linux/Unix

A process is an instance of a computer program that is currently running. A program can have multiple instances created when it starts executing which means more than one process can be associated with that program. Multitasking is the method by which these processes share the system resources. Whenever we execute a command on terminal … Read more

How to Make a Bootable USB

It seems that the 1.4MB floppy images are disappearing, so let’s make a boot image for usb from the other bits that are given us. Specifically let’s use pxeboot’s vmlinuz and initrd.img. Red Hat Fedora Core 2 Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 We’ll make a 7MB boot image here: mkfs.vfat -C bootimage.dd 7168 … Read more

Using DD to backup your drive

How to backup your hard drive (the type of format doesn’t matter) using dd. Boot to some rescue mode by using the install media (generally “linux rescue”) otherwise enter rescue mode manually: http://www.explorelinux.com/recovery.html Make sure not to be booted to your hard drive, nor to have any of those partitions mounted. Now use any combination … Read more