KVM-VDI Session Screen Script for LTSP thin clients running under Ubuntu 16.04 xenial

Sweet new open source project: https://github.com/Seitanas/kvm-vdi It is required to run the installation readme above to use KVM-VDI. KVM-VDI does not come with a built in LTSP (client) script. So, I created one. This is useful if you want your thinclients to be able to remote into a KVM-VDI, and want full control using lts.conf. Run the Read more about KVM-VDI Session Screen Script for LTSP thin clients running under Ubuntu 16.04 xenial[…]

Spice Session Screen Script for LTSP thin clients running under Ubuntu

LTSP does not come with a built in Spice (client) script. So, I created one. This is useful if you want your thinclients to be able to remote into a KVM VDI. I use the virt-viewer package. Run the following on your Ubuntu LTSP server:

NOTE: You can also add this to the build client config Read more about Spice Session Screen Script for LTSP thin clients running under Ubuntu[…]

How to use duplicity to backup directly to a Google cloud storage bucket to achieve time machine like incremental backups on Ubuntu 15.10 wily

from: http://askubuntu.com/questions/164984/backup-with-duplicity-on-google-cloud-storage https://github.com/boto/boto

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How to mount an additional persistant storage disk to a Google Cloud compute engine running Ubuntu 15.10 wily

From: https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/disks/persistent-disks#create_disk

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How to fix the “device or resource busy’ error when trying to mount your Google Drive on your headless google cloud compute engine server running Ubuntu 15.10 wily [SOLVED]

I wanted to mount my Google drive onto my Google Cloud compute engine running Ubuntu 15.10 wily.  I also have my Google Cloud storage bucket mounted using gcsfuse. I tried all sorts of manual ways to validate the API keys the below is the only way that worked. The solution was to install lxdm, x2go, Read more about How to fix the “device or resource busy’ error when trying to mount your Google Drive on your headless google cloud compute engine server running Ubuntu 15.10 wily [SOLVED][…]

How to securely copy your SSH key file to a remote host for secure passwordless login on Ubuntu 15.10 wily.

On remote host Enable passwords authentication in remote host: /etc/ssh/sshd_config service ssh restart   On local host ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 ssh-copy-id <username>@<host>   Then on remote host disable password authentication and restart ssh Tags: how to, Ubuntu, Ubuntu 15.10, wily