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Snapshot for KVM via libvirt with virsh

Context I am using KVM, and use/manage my VMs with virt-manager. But I asked myself this question: how can create or revert some snapshot? I'm giving examples for qcow2 disk images and commands are m

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OpenSUSE : Install rTorrent and ruTorrent

Install rTorrent, git ang nginx: 1# zypper install rtorrent git nginx Warning: rtorrent package in official openSUSE repository is not compiled with xmlrpc so you won't be able to use it with rutorr

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Setup a proxy under Linux

Environment variables Lot of programs (such as wget, curl, pacman, ...) use environment variables to determine the proxy of a given protocol. Environment variables can be added per user in their .bash

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Virtualbox : change the UUID of a virtual disk

To change the UUID of a virtual disk: 1VBoxManage internalcommands sethduuid <filepath> [<uuid>] Examples With a vdi disk : VBoxManage internalcommands sethduuid disk.vdi With a vmdk disk

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Virtualbox : shared folder with guest

This how-to works independently of the host platform. On virtualbox : Open the Configuration window of the VM (guest) Select Shared folder on the left menu Click on the icon corresponding to Add a sh