LAB: Set up a lab.

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If you are serious about passing RHCSA & RHCE exams, you have to build a lab.
There are very limited explanations in books and almost no article on Internet on this topic (one such article about building a lab for RHCSA/RHCE exams) and it’s not so easy.

This task can be split into several steps:

(if you go the Virtual Box way, my explanations stop here)

Additional information is available about the virsh command and the KVM configuration in CentOS 6.4.
Furthermore, Dell provides basic installation instructions and more advanced instructions.
Finally, the CentOS wiki offers a tutorial on KVM virtualization.

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