When dealing with users in Proxmox there are a few items to be aware of that could be considered, at least in my opinion, somewhat non standard. The first is the concept of Realms. And no, this has noting to do with fantasy gaming. We can consider Realms to be various methods of authenticating and validating user. We will need to first understand this concept before moving forward with user creation. (more…)
In this series we will explore emulating a more real life desktop experience though a VirtualBox (VBox) Virtual Machine.
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…)
This is a preamble to a new series of post I have been thinking about for awhile now. This series will focus on Linux for the average computer user. This statement will definitely require some explanation, as far as intent and purpose go. The first of which, who is the average computer user? And it may not be who most people think it is. (more…)