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If you are a +Debian testing user and want to try LXD, it's now possible through snapd!
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+Stéphane Graber I am using LXD for IMS Clearwater installation. Is there any way by that I can use GUI for LXD?

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Vikram Pal
Western University, Canada.


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Major usability improvement for the LXD snap.
Thanks to the newly introduced alias feature, you can now type "lxc" instead of "lxc.lxc"!

Try it today with "snap install lxd" (on a system which doesn't have LXD already installed).
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Post is kind of hilarious for me .. snap install lxd and u do not have to use lxc.lxc but only lxc ...
The "DUDE" that decided to call project LXD instead LXC made a lot of mess.
Still great project and gj :)
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Wrote a post on running snap packages inside LXD containers!
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I' am sorry for that! Well, a few days ago the host was on 16.10 but then I went back to the LTS release. Ist just a testing machine...
The good new is that after "echo Y | sudo tee /sys/module/fuse/parameters/userns_mounts" it works. Thank you very much!
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Today is bugfix release day!

We've released:
- LXC 1.0.9
- LXC 2.0.6
- LXCFS 2.0.5
- LXD 2.0.6

The two LXC releases include the fix for a recently discovered security issue, CVE-2016-8649.

All Ubuntu releases have already received a patched version of LXC with this security fix. The bugfix releases will hit over the next couple of weeks.
[lxc-devel] LXC 1.0.9, LXC 2.0.6, LXCFS 2.0.5 and LXD 2.0.6 have been released! Stéphane Graber stgraber at ubuntu.com. Wed Nov 23 22:08:23 UTC 2016. Previous message: [lxc-devel] [pylxd/master] Support more cryptography versions. Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] ...
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And today, a look at the state of networking in the latest LXD releases!
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Released LXD 2.5! This introduces a new gpu device type, signal forwarding and improved offline behavior.

Snap is available in the "candidate" channel for a couple more days before being published to the "stable" channel.

LXD 2.5 will also soon be uploaded to Zesty and made available to older Ubuntu releases through backports and PPAs.

Enjoy!
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Want to try Kubernetes? Why not deploy it quickly using conjure-up inside a single self-contained LXD container?
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Hello Graber

I studying Computer networking and I was wondering How can I remote access a LXD on the local network or remote network?

its for education proposes. Someone told me to create a user account on the host machine and assign each LXD container to a user account ?

If that is correct then, do you have any thing to help me with configuration or show me how to do it please.

Many thanks in advance for any help.
Aziz Hussini
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We're now using +Weblate to translate the LXD client!

If you want our client to speak your language, you can help here: https://hosted.weblate.org/projects/linux-containers/lxd
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LXD 2.7 has been released!

This release includes a few minor features.
- Two new attributes for LXD networks letting you tweak the way we configure iptables and adding some static routes to the managed networks.
- And a new "lxd import" command which you can use to import containers back from a backup by only having to restore the "containers" directory.

We haven't exactly been slacking though and you'll see a LOT of fixes in this release as well as quite a lot of ground work (as in refactoring) for features to come.

LXD 2.7 is already available as a snap in the candidate channel and Ubuntu packages will be available shortly.

Enjoy!
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Ok, so that happened... We found a couple of rather bad regressions in LXD 2.0.6 and LXD 2.6.

Said regressions were fixed in LXD 2.0.7 and LXD 2.6.1 but unfortunately said bugfix regressed things again, so there we are with LXD 2.0.8 and LXD 2.6.2.

Those bugs were all sufficiently visible and annoying to warrant tagged releases to make it easier for users and distributions to update.

I think that's enough releases for this week, so now to wait for things to settle and land in the various distributions.

Enjoy!
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Just released LXD 2.6!

This release introduces support for per-container uid/gid maps, preventing a common DoS attack vector.

It also brings improved background operation tracking with container migration now sending API notifications.

And we also now record the properties of the image that the container was created from, making it easier to filter containers based on their operating system, ...

That and a lot of bugfixes, performance improvements and additional tests.

Enjoy!

PS: Snap is available in candidate channel for early testing, Ubuntu packages will be available shortly.
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Ever wanted to run a container based OpenStack inside a container?

Here's how you can do it using LXD, Conjure-Up and Juju!
This is the eleventh blog post in this series about LXD 2.0. LXD logo. Introduction. First of all, sorry for the delay. It took quite a long time before I finally managed to get all of this going. My first attempts were using devstack which ran into a number of issues that had to be resolved.
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Hi Stephane, I want to talk to you privately.
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    LTSP developer and Ubuntu liaison, 2007 - 2010
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    Software Engineer for Foundations team, 2010 - 2014
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LXD on Debian (using snapd) | Stéphane Graber's website
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Introduction. So far all my blog posts about LXD have been assuming an Ubuntu host with LXD installed from packages, as a snap or from sourc

Network management with LXD (2.3+) | Stéphane Graber's website
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Introduction. When LXD 2.0 shipped with Ubuntu 16.04, LXD networking was pretty simple. You could either use that “lxdbr0” bridge that “lxd

LXD 2.0: LXD and OpenStack [11/12] | Stéphane Graber's website
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This is the eleventh blog post in this series about LXD 2.0. LXD logo. Introduction. First of all, sorry for the delay. It took quite a long

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