WSL is great but has one weakness — it doesn't know about your Windows SSH keys. Learn how to solve that problem with a few tools inside.
These are a handful of tools to help you diagnose issues in a Linux environment. They're present in pretty much any Linux-based environment.
Do you need to build or debug your app in Linux now and then? I’ll show you how to use Docker to put a Linux environment at your fingertips.
Processing incomplete or corrupted files can be avoided using strategies like monitoring filesystem events, and monitoring open file handles.
Linux utilities that make it easier to quickly pinpoint issues when investigating and resolving problems on Linux and other Unix-like systems.
Overlayroot provides a convenient means to protect the root filesystem by using OverlayFS to overlay a read-write tmps on top of a read-only mount.
Automatic security updates for Debian and Ubuntu with unattended-upgrades provides an easy way to keep your servers patched against recent vulnerabilities.
I find several Linux filesystem utilities great for diagnosing problems and gathering information. In this post, I cover df, du, file, readlink, and od.
Why Linux Desktop? It helps me be more productive. Neither Windows nor Mac have all the windows-management features I like.
I've been using *nix systems for quite a while. But there are a few commands that I somehow overlooked and wish I'd discovered years earlier.
I created short terminal command that I use to check disk usage by identifying large files and folders.
The steps I used to configure a small Grub partition used to chainload multiple Ubuntu installations on separate partitions.