Category: Tutorials

  • Together, KVM and QEMU allow you to create and run virtual machines on your Linux system from the terminal.

  • You are running a Debian in a KVM VM. You installed spice-vdagent, started and enabled the service, yet nothing works. No screen resizing, nothing. Note: This problem still exists in Debian 12.2 Here’s the fix: Copy spice-vdagent.desktop to User’s Autostart Directory: Edit the Copied File Open ~/.config/autostart/spice-vdagent.desktop with a text editor.

  • Experiencing ‘Error code: s4002 (Manifest)’ in Plex on Linux? This guide addresses the issue, often related to codec support for MP4 files in web browsers. Learn about the removal of libmp4v2 from FFmpeg due to licensing issues and how to resolve this problem by installing FFmpeg and libmp4v2 on popular Linux distributions, ensuring smooth streaming…

  • This is a cheat sheet for configuring fish shell with the tide prompt on Linux.

  • This cheat sheet guides Linux system administrators on installing Git and using it to track changes in system configuration files.

  • You can set static IP addresses (DHCP reservations) for your virtual machines in KVM/QEMU using libvirt’s built-in DNS/DHCP server. This is done by modifying the network definition XML file.

  • Learn how to set up SSH Agent integration with KeePassXC on Arch-based systems that use the KDE Plasma Desktop environment. Follow this step-by-step guide to configure the SSH agent and KeePassXC for seamless and secure SSH key management.

  • This cheat-sheet is a quick rundown on adding an additional database to an existing MariaDB master-slave replication setup. The distro-agnostic instructions cover key steps such as creating and exporting databases, granting privileges, and configuring replication settings. Use this guide as a refresher when you need to sync an additional database.

  • Setting up a Samba share on your Linux Mint system can be a great way to share files between multiple computers on a local network, regardless of the operating system they’re running. With Samba, you can create a shared directory on your Linux Mint machine and access it from your Windows machine, allowing you to…

  • Learn the basics of SSH and how to use it to securely connect to a remote Linux server. This beginner-friendly guide covers everything from creating and managing SSH keys to advanced features like port forwarding and X11 forwarding. Whether you’re new to Linux or just new to SSH, this guide has everything you need to…

Together, KVM and QEMU allow you to create and run virtual machines on your Linux system from the terminal.