Tag Archives: Debian

Creating a Apple Time Machine on Debian Linux (Jessie)

I fancied updating my Mac laptop to the latest beta so needed an easy way to back it up. By far the easiest method I’ve found is to use Apples own “Time Machine” this can use a local USB disk, … Continue reading

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Vagrant

I’ve been using Vagrant as part of my development process for about 6-8 months now. It makes it so much easier – I’m not too sure how I managed before! I now include a Vagrantfile (it’s config) with every project/repo … Continue reading

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Building a KVM host on Debian

As a continuing project I always love playing with virtulisation. This is some notes for installing and configuring KVM on Debian. Its mainly for my own reference, but if you find it useful please leave a comment! 1. Create a … Continue reading

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Revisiting Virtulization

Its time to revisit virtulization. My home server homer is in dire need of some more diskspace, RAM and general cleaning up. It would probably help if the roles were split across a couple of VM’s. A bit of my … Continue reading

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