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Running Docker.io Under Ubuntu Linux

Running Docker.io Under Ubuntu Linux

Docker.io allows you to create containers holding all the dependencies for an application, and yet nothing gets shared outside its environment. Let’s check out how to use it in Ubuntu.

HopeDot VOS: Portable Virtual OS For Windows + Giveaway

HopeDot VOS: Portable Virtual OS For Windows + Giveaway

Virtual machine is a good way to test out your applications without affecting the main host system. The disadvantage is that they are mostly desktop-bound and require you to allocate tens of gigabytes of space to it. If you are looking for a quick, small and portable virtual solution, Hopedot VOS could be the one you are looking for. And yes, we have free license keys to giveaway for this great software.

4 Free Virtualization Software Solutions For Windows

4 Free Virtualization Software Solutions For Windows

Virtualization is a hot topic nowadays. You will see most of the IT people (network and systems administrators) talking about Virtualization quite often. Before digging deep on what is virtualization, let’s talk a little about why we need or use virtualization software as it will help us better understand the concept.

How to Use KVM with Virtual Machine Manager

How to Use KVM with Virtual Machine Manager

Virtualization has many uses. You can use it to test another operating system, run applications that your OS does not support, or even maintain virtual servers within one or more virtual machines. KVM (kernel-based virtual machine) is a Linux virtualization tool that makes use of hardware-assisted virtualization (also called native virtualization) using processor technology such […]

Cameyo: Virtualize Your Applications And Make Them Portable (Windows Only)

Cameyo: Virtualize Your Applications And Make Them Portable (Windows Only)

Portable applications are useful in that you can run it in any computers and without installation. The bad thing is, not every applications can be made portable. One of the solutions that we reviewed previously is to make your Windows XP portable so you can carry all your apps around. However, that can be an […]

How to Create a Virtual Machine of Your Existing Windows Operating System

How to Create a Virtual Machine of Your Existing Windows Operating System

A virtual machine is a software, that lets you create and run a separate operating system in your existing computer system. You can boot the virtual machine from the parent operating system and run just like another software application. For example: If you are using Windows xp, you can install popular virtualization software like Windows […]

How to Run Multiple Linux Distros Without Virtualization

How to Run Multiple Linux Distros Without Virtualization

A few weeks ago, I wrote an article on How To Run Multiple X Sessions Without Virtualization, which demonstrated how you can run multiple desktop environments at the same time on the same computer, and switch between them at the push of a button. I admit, this was somewhat of a warmup for the real […]

How To Run Multiple X Sessions Without Virtualization

How To Run Multiple X Sessions Without Virtualization

One of the best things about a Linux system is its flexibility. Even though I’ve been a heavy Linux user for years, I still come across features in the OS a related applications that surprise me. A while back I learned to run multiple desktop environments at the same time, using nothing but the features […]

How To Enable 3D Acceleration In VirtualBox

How To Enable 3D Acceleration In VirtualBox

Virtualbox is an excellent application to have if you’re looking to try out new operating systems and/or are generally interested in virtualisation for the many benefits it offers. Make Tech Easier has extensively┬ácovered VirtualBox a couple of times earlier and we are great fans of this cross platform, open source application. One thing which VirtualBox […]

How to Create a Ubuntu Virtual Machine With QEMU Manager

How to Create a Ubuntu Virtual Machine With QEMU Manager

QEMU is a CPU and process emulator which allows you to create virtual machines that can run on any platform. QEMU manager uses this emulator to virtualize Linux on windows systems. In this post we show you how to create an Ubuntu virtual machine on Windows using QEMU manager.