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How to Mount a qcow2 Disk Image

Here’s a streamlined guide on how to mount a qcow2 disk image on your host server/system, which can come in handy for tasks like resetting passwords, editing files, or recovering data without needing to run the virtual machine. Step 1 - Activating NBD on the Host In your terminal, run the following command to enable NBD (Network Block Device) on your host (with sudo if required): 1 modprobe nbd max_part=8 Step 2 - Link the QCOW2 to Network Block Device Next, connect the QCOW2 disk image to the network block device using the following command:...

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Install Tplink Omada on Debian 11

This guide covers installation of TP-Link’s Omada Software Controller on Debian 11. At the time of writing, Omada Controller version is 5.9.31. Update and Upgrade system 1 apt update && apt upgrade -y Install omada dependencies 1 apt install -y openjdk-11-jdk-headless curl autoconf make gcc Install MongoDB Go to Mongo DB’s repository and select an appropriate server version. I’m using MongoDb Server 4.4.16 1 2 wget https://repo.mongodb.org/apt/debian/dists/buster/mongodb-org/4.4/main/binary-amd64/mongodb-org-server_4.4.16_amd64.deb apt install -y ....

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