The following video details some of my experiences setting up Debian and Cockpit as a Type 1 Hypervisor on consumer hardware. Needless to say, I had some issues, which I hope to resolve next time around.
This post is number 16 in this series, and it points towards the third video I have done on this subject.
We will be installing cockpit on our server, to give us a nice remote GUI for management. Additionally we will be adding some cockpit application for for things like RAID and SMB support.
So please watch the entire video, and enjoy.
In the last post we created a RAID 5 array from the command line. In this post we are going to do the same thing using the Cockpit GUI for our virtual Debian 12 Server. Because of the number of pictures I was using, I decided to do a video instead of the standard text write up.
One of the things we did in the last post was installed the cockpit application on our Debian 12 server. In this post we will take a look at the Cockpit Graphical User Interface (GUI) that we can open in a browser. (more…)
In a previous post (this post), I evaluated the Cockpit application as a remote monitoring tool for web servers. During my testing I did note a couple of non fatal issues I experienced while using this program. (more…)Next Page »