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Minikube is an invaluable tool for developers looking to test and develop Kubernetes applications locally. However, when running Minikube with Kubernetes version 1.24 or higher using the none driver and Docker as the container runtime, you might encounter the NOT_FOUND_CRI_DOCKERD error. minikube start –vm-driver=none 😄 minikube v1.32.0 on AlmaLinux 8.6 ✨ Using the none driver …

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minikube start –vm-driver=none 😄 minikube v1.17.1 on Ubuntu 20.04 ✨ Using the none driver based on user configuration ❌ Exiting due to GUEST_MISSING_CONNTRACK: Sorry, Kubernetes 1.20.2 requires conntrack to be installed in root’s path Understanding GUEST_MISSING_CONNTRACK error The error message you’re encountering indicates that conntrack, a required dependency for Kubernetes 1.20.2, is missing from the …

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minikube start –vm-driver=none 😄 minikube v1.32.0 on Almalinux 8.6 ✨ Using the none driver based on user configuration ❌ Exiting due to GUEST_MISSING_CONNTRACK: Sorry, Kubernetes 1.28.3 requires crictl to be installed in root’s path The message you’re seeing is from attempting to start Minikube with a specific configuration on your Almalinux 8.6 system. Here’s a …

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Installing Stable Diffusion on a Mac, particularly those with Apple Silicon M1/M2 chips, offers several user-friendly options. Ways to Install Stable Diffusion on Apple Mac  Using AUTOMATIC1111: This is a more technical route that involves cloning the web UI repository, placing Stable Diffusion models in the specified directory, and running commands in the terminal to …

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Introduction In the world of network administration, tcpdump stands out as a powerful tool for understanding network traffic. It’s like having a high-powered microscope for your network, allowing you to see the intricacies of what’s happening beneath the surface. This article will focus on a specific aspect of tcpdump: writing captured packets to a file …

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Disabling a specific repository while installing a package in Linux can be useful in various scenarios, such as avoiding packages from an untrusted or broken repository. The exact method depends on the package manager you are using. Here are methods for some of the most common package managers: APT (Debian, Ubuntu, and derivatives): Temporarily Disable …

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To install a package from a specific repository in Linux, you typically use the package management system that comes with your distribution. The exact method can vary depending on the distribution (e.g., Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS) and the package manager (e.g., apt, yum, dnf). Below are methods we have verified for some common distributions: For Debian/Ubuntu …

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