triskelion, to linux avatar

Suggest some beginner-friendly resources for learning about Linux kernel features like LSM (SElinux, Yama Landlock, Lockdown), Netfilter, eBPF, Cgroups, Namespaces, and KVM :D

schenklklopfer, to windows German avatar

Ich bräuchte da eine #Windows VM auf meinem #Linux Laptop.

Was will ich dann da nehmen?

#QEMU/#KVM und den virt-manager oder #VirtualBox?

Oder was ganz was anderes?

governa, to opensource avatar
0xDEADBEEF, to random avatar

Last I tried screwing around with , and on I had a bunch of fun with scripts from sbo and dependency hell – since neither is an official slack package.

How does this fare in 2024 if I were to try to get a headless host for my stuff (qubes-like but I like pain)?

9to5linux, to RaspberryPi avatar
jhx, to linux avatar

In case anyone else ever has some fun with and / on :linux:

By default the FORWARD table drops all packages...
To get vm's back on the net simply leverage to make the packets flow again:

$ sudo iptables -A FORWARD -i br0 -o br0 -j ACCEPT

You can install iptables-persistent to save the current ruleset so it is applied every time you restart the system. 😉

Did that on my workstation... I always fall for it. 😂

backupbear, to IT avatar

Can any folk (particularly in Australia, for local prices) recommend a reasonably priced network accessible ? Not after 4K support -- literally 1920x1080 is more than sufficient for my needs, but ideally should support at least 4 connections.

mathieui, to random French avatar

Je ne me suis pas assez tenu au courant sur l'actualité des commutateurs il faut croire…

governa, to RedHat avatar
governa, to random avatar

How to mount a host directory inside a virtual machine

drajt, to ArtificialIntelligence avatar

In the market for a 4K@60Hz and USB3 4-port . My current KVM works but doesn't do 4K or .

Any suggestions for non stupid amounts?

governa, to random avatar

How to Resize (Extend) Virtual Disk Size with Ease

linuxiac, to linux avatar

Learn the simple steps to extend your KVM virtual disk size easily. Expand your VM's storage capacity without hassle or data loss.

kernellogger, to linux avatar

Lai Jiangshan posted a RFC patch-set introducing a new hypervisor called :

"'"This RFC series proposes a new virtualization framework built upon the hypervisor that does not require hardware-assisted virtualization techniques.

So the over-arching goals of PVM are to 1) enable nested virtualization within any IaaS clouds […] 2) avoid costly exits to the host hypervisor […]"'"

Pbonzini already replied:

governa, to debian avatar
GossiTheDog, to random avatar

I deleted my toot about Broadcom abandoning VMware ESXi last month as I got fed up of reply guys explaining to me it couldn’t possibly happen.. but anyway, it has happened.

hanscees, avatar

@GossiTheDog @hdm yes, I am studying going to after 10 years or so of esxi

governa, to random avatar
berkough, to linux avatar

So, @darth got me thinking... I have an old Phenom II X4 965 Black lying around. And I do have an old AM3 socket mobo, I also have an old case that is missing some screws. I might dig through my junk pile and build something. Use what I already have and only buy the parts I absolutely need.

I'm imagining maybe a server that is basically a hypervisor using and that will run , , , etc. basically all the POISX OSs I want to play around with.

linuxiac, to linux avatar
governa, to random avatar
nogajun, to linux Japanese avatar

VirtualbBoxでKVMバックエンドを使うVirtualBox KVMというのができたそう。KVMだといろいろ使えるし今、virt-managerとVirtualBoxを併用する状態だからこれは嬉しい

VirtualBox KVM public release — Cyberus Technology:

jgillich, to linux avatar
xanderio, to linux avatar

Cyberus Technology (my employer) just released a KVM backend allows VirtualBox to run virtual machines utilising the Linux KVM hypervisor instead of the custom kernel module used by standard VirtualBox. Check out our blog post about this:

thewk, to linux avatar

Does anyone happen to know a program that would allow an ip based between and (Think Apple universal control)
Barrier doesn't work on wayland or android, so this is out.

brunty, to RaspberryPi avatar
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