To be precise, we are talking about the “readline Emacs editing mode” keyboard shortcuts. They work in a wide variety of CLI tools, notably your bash or zsh shell. What most people don’t know is, they also work on macOS (née OS X) in any text input field.
Yesterday I found out about yet another Vim feature I didn’t know about previously. You can inspect the contents of
.tar.gz archives and even write to files inside the archive using my favourite editor.
In my recent push for more virtualization I sat down today and constructed a very minimal Debian template that only has the bare necessities installed to be able to communicate on the network and operate the base-system. This template will be used to spin up LXC containers on a hypervisor, which is very fast and has virtually no overhead.
This post describes the steps you have to take to achieve the same.
I’ve spent most of my day today trying a plethora of different ways on how to configure Proxmox on a Hetzner server with multiple IP addresses. Most of the tutorials I found online gave a good deal of information but where lacking in one or two crucial details. Shortly before I was ready to throw my computer out of the window, I had success and managed to get everything set up the way I wanted it.
This aims to be the definitive guide on how to accomplish the aforementioned task. When ready the setup includes the following features:
- Host bound to main IPv4 address, that comes with the server (and one of the 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 included IPv6 addresses)
- Every IPv4 address of a separately delegated subnet usable for virtual machines
- Internal private network for inter-virtual machine communication and non publicly accessible VMs