Tag Archives: xubuntu

docker on linuxlite and ed/x/ubuntu

how to install docker-ce on linuxlite and ed/x/ubuntu

quickstart

# aptitude update
# aptitude install apt-transport-https \
 ca-certificates \
 curl \
 software-properties-common
# curl -fsSL https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu/gpg \
| apt-key add -
# apt-key fingerprint 0EBFCD88

# add-apt-repository \
   "deb [arch=amd64] https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu \
   $(lsb_release -cs) \
   stable"
then finally 

# aptitude update
# aptitude install docker-ce
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windows network almost complete thanks to xubuntu and virtualbox

windows network almost complete thanks to xubuntu and virtualbox

  • 1 hp windows 7 elitebook
  • 2 dell windows 7 notebooks
  • 2 dell windows 7 desktops
  • 1 dell xps server with (20G ram) running xubuntu 16 and virtualbox
    • 2 windows 2012 r2 eval server
    • 2 windows 2016 eval server

now just have 180 days left to renew mcse certification

windows network

ms #windows10 pro host #hyper-v 10 #xubuntu 14 guests hang

if your ms windows10 pro host hyper-v 10 xubuntu 14 guests are hanging during shutdown, reboot and aptitude update like mine try these tips from MSDN and MS TechNet

MSDN

MS TechNet

ed/x/ubuntu and vmware tools & vmware toolbox

If you have recently upgraded to the latest versions of ed/x/ubuntu (10.x) and the latest version of vmware player (3.1.1) you may experience the “good old” vmware tools & vmware toolbox “missing make”, “missing gcc” or “missing kernel headers” errors !

These can normally be fixed by running

# aptitude install bin-utils

# aptitude install linux-headers-generic

before re-running

# vmware-tools-distrib/vmware-install.pl

and

# vmware-config-tools.pl

VMware Server, VMware Tools & X/Ubuntu

VMware Server VMware Tools & X/Ubuntu

  • enable root
  • disable ipv6
  • check gcc is at same version that was used to compile your kernel
  • run vmware-config-tools.pl

If you are using VMware Server on a Wi-Fi notebook remember to use NAT networking instead of bridged networking for your VMs !