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Installing Arch Linux Using Arch Anywhere – Part 2

This post is 2nd part of Arch Linux installation guide and as you may read the first part, you know that we want to do it by Arch Anywhere and now, if you have downloaded ISO from Arch Anywhere website, mount it and follow the below steps. I’ll install Arch Linux on a virtual machine, you can do it on virtual machine or physical machine.

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Installing Arch Linux Using Arch Anywhere – Part 1

Arch Linux is one of most popular Linux distributions and one of most updated Linux distributions. Arch Linux has no graphical or automatic installer for installation and installing Arch Linux is not simple for most new users. During installation, you have to do initialize disk, create partitions, configure boot-loader and other configurations manually. So you need to know enough about Linux. If you know, what are you doing, it would be wonderful experience but if not, it will be dark dream! Now, what’s solution to gain experience of working with most updated Linux for beginner users? Answer, you can use...

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Nakivo Backup & Replication – VM Replication

Replication You can take backup from your virtual machines by Nakivo Backup & Replication, we have talked about that before. We’ve reviewed some amazing features but now, I want to explain replication feature for you. You can create your replicated VMs in few steps, that’s so easy. Nakivo Backup & Replication needs some requirements and you need to provide these requirements in your infrastructure. This is very similar between backup and replication suites. If you have experience about working with backup and replication software, you know that what should you provide for replication.

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Nakivo Backup & Replication – Command Line Interface – Part 2

[addthis_horizontal_recommended_content] Part 2: As you may read my previous post which was first part of Nakivo Backup & Replication command line interface introducing posts, you can access to the command line by different ways and run your commands. Now, we want to know, which commands are available to use? The current commands categorized as the below five categories: Job Management: You can use the commands to list, run, stop, enable, disable or get detailed information about your jobs as reports. Here is some examples of using the commands: Job Management List jobs job-list Job ID Job name Current job status...

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Nakivo Backup & Replication – Command Line Interface – Part 1

Nakivo Backup & Replication is now one of favorite backup and replication suites for vSphere environments and many small businesses using it for keeping their data secure, preventing down time during DR and recover any file or object from their services which hosting by virtual machines. I wrote some posts about Nakivo Backup & Replication and I suggest that read the previous posts, if you are not familiar with that: Nakivo Backup & Replication 6 – Review Nakivo Backup & Replication 6.1 Nakivo Backup Replication 6.x – Screenshot Verification Nakivo Backup Replication 6.x – Flash VM Boot Nakivo Backup & Replication...