Use GUI Programs in Incus Container

If you’ve ever faced the challenge of running graphical user interface (GUI) programs within a container, fear not! While it may seem like a daunting task at first, with this comprehensive guide, we’ll walk through the process using Incus Container. We will set up and configure your environment to run GUI-based applications seamlessly in a virtualized space. Let’s get started!

Mount Shared Directories in Incus

When working with containers, managing file sharing between the host system and container can often pose a challenge. However, there is an easy-to-use solution that simplifies this process using just one line of code! This blog post will guide you on how to share files effortlessly by leveraging Incus’s incus config command.

Install Incus on Nixos

Incus, a manager and hypervisor for system containers (LXC) and virtual machines (QEMU), is an excellent tool for managing and orchestrating your applications and services. It is a fork of LXD by the original maintainers.

Troubleshooting Internet Connectivity Issues in Virtual Machines (VMs) and Docker Containers

The ability to run virtual machines (VMs) and docker containers is an integral part of today’s modern computing landscape. However, issues with internet connectivity inside these environments often cause significant inconvenience for users who depend on this technology for their daily operations or development workflows. In this article, I will discuss about a specific issue I faced while working on NixOS and Archlinux distributions where internet access was not available within libvirt VMs and docker containers. I’ll also detail the investigation process that eventually led to identifying and resolving the problem.