MATE 2016

KVM VM – Pengwen Korora 22 -Mate

Xfce 2016

KVM VM – Pengin Korora 22 – Xfce

Gnome 2016

KVM VM – Coach Korora 22 – Gnome 3

KDE 2016

Desktop – Super Mario: Fedora – KDE 5: 2016: KVM VM – Tuxie Korora 22 – KDE 5 2016:

Setting up a Team Fortress 2 Server on CentOS 7

I used to have a Team Fortress 2 server on CentOS 6 with Virtual Box. Now that I’m using KVM/QEMU/Libvirt, I wanted to set up a new one. Also, Valve somewhat changed how they worked a few years ago and I wanted a clean slate. I started with a VM with 40GB. It’s not supposed … Continue reading “Setting up a Team Fortress 2 Server on CentOS 7”

In case you’re having issues creating a new VM in Virt-manager

Tried to use virt-manager again (more about that in a future post), but kept getting the error: qemu-system-x86_64: error while loading shared libraries: libGL.so.1: failed to map segment from shared object: Permission denied Well, turns out this blog post had the answer for me: sudo setsebool -P virt_use_execmem=on That blog appears to be a great … Continue reading “In case you’re having issues creating a new VM in Virt-manager”

There’s Gold in Them Thar Hills! (3760 BC)

I had my KVM set to the wrong computer so I accidentally fortified my warrior on the first turn. I didn’t realize this when the second turn started (getting used to playing hot seat) so he sat around for a turn. I started moving him around and discovered that I seem to be in a … Continue reading “There’s Gold in Them Thar Hills! (3760 BC)”

Oracle’s Virtualbox vs Red Hat’s Virtual Machine Manager

I’ve been using Virtualbox for a long time to run virtual machines when I want to check out other distros before I install them on one of my computers or to review them.  It’s MOSTLY open source, although some of the key parts like USB 2.0 are free to use, but not open source.  So … Continue reading “Oracle’s Virtualbox vs Red Hat’s Virtual Machine Manager”