Ubuntu offers a live patching utility that allows kernel patches to be installed without requiring a system restart to be applied. Read more about online patching in this post about patching. That said, in many cases other services or processes on your system may need to be restarted after an upgrade.
Free SSL Certificate with Let’s Encrypt If you have ever installed an SSL certificate you know that it can be a tedious process. Let’s Encrypt makes this easy. Just call the letsencrypt command from the terminal and point it at your domain. Securing your website with a valid ssl certificate from a recognized and trusted […]
Change the Default Text Editor in Ubuntu So I’m a huge advocate of Ubuntu. It has long term support releases, more packages than you would ever need, free online unattended patching, and you always have an in-place upgrade path to the next LTS version. What more could you ask for? I’d like to ask that […]