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Linux Ubuntu

LXD/LXC

I’ve been spending quite a bit of time learning about LXD/LXC containers on Ubuntu. There is a lot of really good information available about how to get started with these containers so I’m not going try to reproduce that content here, however, I will provide links at the bottom that I think are relevant to […]

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CentOS Linux Ubuntu

sudo bang bang

So a day or two ago a co-worker mentioned that you can do  sudo !! to execute the last command in your history as root. I had never heard of such a thing! My life has been changed forever! Here I’ve been hitting the back arrow like a peasant just to put  sudo in front of a previous command. […]

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Linux News Ubuntu

School District finds cost savings and flexibility with Linux

Being a big proponent of Linux on the desktop I was excited to have the opportunity to talk with Aaron Prisk of the West Branch Area School District, who has recently helped migrate 80% of the school district’s infrastructure to Linux. When I first heard about the district’s move to Linux I wanted to find out […]