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The Virtualization Cookbook for IBM z/VM 6.3, RHEL 6.4, and SLES 11 SP3 by Daniel Ruutz, Filipe Miranda, Michael MacIsaac, Berthold Gunreben, Marian Gasparovic, Lydia Parziale

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Create RHEL 6.4 appliances
The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.
— Albert Einstein
After you have the ability to clone generic Linux servers, it is relatively easy to customize them for specific tasks given the variety of open source tools included with Linux distributions. These customized virtual servers can be thought of as appliances.
This chapter describes four types of appliances:

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