LXer: "Setting up Two PhysicalNode OpenStack RDO Havana + Neutron GRE" on Fedora 20 boxes
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 24, 2014
Published at LXer:
Cloud instances running on Compute perform commands like nslookup,traceroute. Yum install & yum -y update work on Fedora 19 instance, however, in meantime time network on VF19 is stable, but relatively slow.CentOS 6.5 with "RDO Havana+Glusterfs+Neutron VLAN" works on same box (dual booting with F20) much faster.That is a first impression
Testing Openstack on Fedora
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 29, 2012
Getting started with OpenStack on Fedora 17
I'm prepared testing OpenStack on Fedora 17 by following above thread. But I couldn't resolve whether I need a physical PC for such a test? Or can I test it on a VM of VirtualBox?
Please advise. TIA
OpenStack singleinterface multinode on Fedora
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 4, 2015
I have a single server with a single NIC, that I want to turn into an all-in-one Openstack to test few things. The problem is there are many networks in OpenStack and many services attached to them. There seems to be a solution here, but it is not for Fedora and it is not complete in that it leaves out setting up config files.
how does devstack work in allinone mode? it reserves a range instead of bridging but am not clear about how it is configured to do so if I want to manually do the same.
As soon as the NIC is added to the bridge it looses the network connectivity, is there a way to connect the server to one bridge so that I can ssh to it?
What is the proper setup of openvswitch so that I would have a single server with controller, nova, image and neutron on a single NIC?
LXer: Red Hat Embraces OpenStack in Fedora 16
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 9, 2011
Published at LXer:
Fedora 16 also includes the open source OpenStack cloud platform, which some industry pundits have seen as being a competitive technology to Fedora's Red Hat sponsor. Smith noted that in the case of Fedora, OpenStack is not a competitor with Aeolus."Aeolous and Open Stack are not competitive at all," Smith said.
Ubuntu Vs Fedora
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 16, 2012
Hi, i would like to ask if someone is able to run ubuntu applications on fedora, and the other way around.
Ubuntu 11.04 vs Fedora 15
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 16, 2011
So I'm a long-time Windows user and I haven't really used Linux for my desktop (although I've used it for my personal server). I love Windows but I want to check out either Ubuntu or Fedora and see if I can live without it (After all, free is good)
I hear the main difference in discussion between Fedora 15 and Ubuntu 11.04 is the desktop renderer... Gnome 3 vs Unity. I've read some articles that discuss the differences between the two, but even still I don't really know which one is the best for me.
So for someone coming from Windows 7, can anyone explain which is the "best" choice and why? I prefer objective reasons over subjective, if possible. I'll list a couple of things I do/use in Windows so you can maybe compare which distribution is best suited for me:
Browser: Google Chrome (beta channel). I assume Chrome for Linux is exactly the same as windows in terms of functionality.For version control, I use SVN... and TortoiseSVN with it. There is no TortoiseSVN for L
Ubuntu vs Fedora vs OpenSUSE
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 2, 2010
I know it is a Ubuntu Forum. I also know that folks in this forum love Ubuntu. Though Ubuntu is the most popular, Fedora and OpenSUSE is still "second" populars out there. I am wondering what will be your opinion about these three distros? How do you compare these three distros? Such as; which one is more easier, more beautiful, more stable, what are the pros and cons etc?
I've not tested anything other than Ubuntu and Mint. So I really wondering how much Fedora and OpenSUSE differ from Ubuntu? That's why I wanted to know your opinions guys.
Fedora, Gentoo or Arch?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 28, 2012
This may seem like a strange topic, but out of the three, which one gets your vote?
Enjoying Fedora 18
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 21, 2013
If there is interest in trying out F18, I offer a couple of tips
The Live image does not allow you to set host name at install, so you will need to use this command after install:
hostnamectl set-hostname newhost.newdomain --static
The Full DVD image or Network Install image allows you to set host name.
The new anaconda is set up as a hub and spoke approach for install, more info here: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaconda/NewInstaller
After install, F18 is smooth and stable
Ubuntu VS Ubuntu Server VS Fedora VS Suse
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 2, 2009
Hello every one
I am setting up a webserver, I am paying a lot of money to host my website, it is only a personal website with some videos. I did some research but realized how sophisticated and hard setting up a server could be.
I am torn between Ubuntu, Suse and Fedora. I heard many good things about Ubuntu but not sure what is the difference between Ubuntu and Ubuntu Server.
I read online that Suse is not the best OS for running a server, and I am not familiar with Fedora.
For some reason I am with Ubuntu, but it is just my guts so I need a more accurate answer.
I am a bit confused, I really want to learn one of these OS but not sure were to start and not sure which one is better for my web server.
I appreciate any help
Thank in advance
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