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Clone Xen RHEL5 (CentOS 5.2) VM

Hello world! I just updated my whole server environment and, my, things are looking good. Anyway, I had to run through these steps a half dozen times, so I thought I would post it here for myself and (maybe even) others.

Here's the commands I ran to turn a clone of my base RHEL5 (CentOS 5.2) Xen image into another working virtual machine on my RHEL5 (CentoOS 5.2) Xen Host:

Michael Altfield

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IPv6

In light of the whole world going crazy because the we're running out of IPv4 addresses, I did some calculations.

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Hi, I’m Michael Altfield. I write articles about opsec, privacy, and devops ➡

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