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docker

Docker and Microservices

In the devops space it is hard to deny that docker is currently the hot tool that everyone is talking...

Outlook

Locked into Outlook on Linux

Today L writes, I use LinuxMint MATE on a 2nd pc dual booting with Ubuntu Unity 14.04 (soon to be...

ssh

SSH Is For Dummies Too!

If you’ve been hanging around the Linux ecosystem for any length of time, you’ve most likely heard about SSH. For...

podcasting

Linux Audio Podcast Software

Today Ole writes, Hi Matt, I have checked out the list of software on Datamation, but I did not find...

Albert-Launcher

Out with Synapse in with Albert!

Okay, so perhaps Synapse is still around and kicking. And when it’s not segfault(ing) for no reason whatsoever, it’s a...

PulseAudio

PulseAudio is a Toilet Full of Roses

Before I even begin, allow me to save you some time. If you’re convinced that PulseAudio is going to ruin...

rampage

Bacon and Linux

The first rule of bacon in my house is not to allow anything labeled bacon to enter the building. Real...

greybeard

Your Beard Doesn’t Intimidate Me Anymore!

Linux is a community environment.  Whether it’s the professionals over at RedHat, Canonical, and Suse or the guys who got...

Manjaro Linux Left Me Cold

I had a short but intense affair with Manjaro that ended in our going our separate ways. It was not...

taret-tux

How Big Is Your Target?

In his 2014 TED presentation Cory Doctorow compares an open system of development to the scientific method and credits the...

UbuntuTablet

The Ubuntu Tablet – Why I’m Grabbing One

If you’ve been following Canonical/Ubuntu at all, you’re probably aware of the announcement of their first Ubuntu Tablet, the Aquaris...

Gnarly Backup Logo

Tar vs Rsync

Files getting lost or corrupted? A most heinous challenge, dude! So when strange things are afoot at the Linux-workstation, we...

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