[Linux] LXC container: from privileged to unprivileged

In a previous article, I showed how to preserve the integrity of your Linux machine by installing unfriendly software in a LXC container. The container was a "privileged" container, meaning that the user ids in the container maps to the user ids of the host. This can easily be confirmed…

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[Linux] Run Jeedom in a LXC container

Jeedom is open-source software for home-automation; if you plan on installing it on your server, you should read this first. Indeed, if you follow the official installation instructions, you'll create a a big mess on your machine that you'll have a hard time to rollback. Most of the time Jeedom…

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