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Sometimes after you make a virtual machine, you find that you need to add more space to it. You are left with two options: Build a new VM and copy everything over Expand the existing VM The first option is slow and subject to error. It is very easy to miss copying over a file […]767 views
For historical reasons, most systems which ship have the virtualization flag turned off. If you aren’t expecting this, and try to install KVM in a Linux system, you can get unusual errors which don’t necessarily indicate the problem. This script performs a few simple tests to see if virtualization is active or not. I can’t […]611 views