Month: June 2014

lxc on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

I’ve done a quick install of lxc on Ubuntu 14.04 and the only difference I have found so far since I did this back on Ubuntu 12.04 per the post here, is that lxc-list is no longer applicable and been replaced by lxc-ls instead.

I find lxc-ls doesn’t give much information at all, if ran without any switches, as per the example below;

root@papa:/var/lib# lxc-ls

However, if you run it with the -f switch it outputs more information which clearly shows important details about the lxc containers.

root@papa:/var/lib# lxc-ls -f
web1 STOPPED - - NO

Will continue to test this out further, but so far so good. Pretty impressed with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS so far.

Ubuntu 14.04 Server and LXC

I am going to revive some older posts and attempt to perform similar work against Ubuntu 14.04 Server and LXC. Previously I had tinkered around with LXC on older Ubuntu release, now I want to do the same thing but on something newer.

So if things to go well, I should post some more content associated to Ubuntu 14.04 Server and LXC.

Abandoned Microsoft Surface RT

I’ve abandoned the Microsoft Surface RT, mainly due to lack of usage. I didn’t mind the interface, however I must say the lack of applications was a certainly a failing point in my opinion. I’ve since gotten rid of mine, as once I got my new MacBook Air I found I hardly used it.

I bet I am not the only person who has done this to be honest.