Vagrant is an open source command line tool for building and managing virtual machine environments. By default Vagrant can provision machines on top of VirtualBox, Hyper-V and Docker but many other providers such as Libvirt (KVM), VMware and AWS can be installed via the Vagrant plugin system.
Vagrant is mostly used by developers to easily set up a development environment, that matches the production environment. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to install Vagrant on Ubuntu 18.04 Operating System. We’ll be using the VirtualBox provider, which is the default provider for Vagrant.
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In previous post, we discussed about the problem of Database deployment and use Liquibase for Database CI/CD purposes. We also discussed the basics of how liquibase works behind the scenes. Now the next step is to install and configure liquibase. The steps here are for Windows OS but Liquibase being a cross-platform tool, the same can be repeated on any major Operating System.
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Almost all of the Windows OS disks use NTFS as a filesystem. It has been there since long time. However it is proprietary to Microsoft and is therefore not open sourced. By default, you’ll not be able to mount NTFS disk in the linux distributions like CentOS, RHEL etc. However it is possible to install a driver that allows us to do this so that we can read and write data to an NTFS disk.
In this blog post, we’ll see how to do the same. For the demo purpose we’ll be mounting a NTFS disk, inside CentOS.
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There are times when you would need to do an offline installation of the Jenkins. This may be to meet certain requirements of the workplace that you are operating in. I came across this issue some time back and internet is woefully out of articles for proper steps on this one. In this blog post, we’ll learn how to do an offline installation of Jenkins.
Install OpenJDK Java
First, we need to check what version of java is installed on the machine using:
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