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RedHat/CentOS boot sequence diagram

#redhat #centos
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That's cool but I can't spell to save my life so I wonder if it translate my bad spelling...
 
Betty Is Like Siri Or Google Now For The Command Line (Translates Plain English Into Commands): http://www.webupd8.org/2014/05/betty-is-like-siri-or-google-now-for.html

Betty is like Siri or Google Now for the command line. Well, sort of. The tool translates plain English into commands: it displays the command it runs and obviously, the command output, in the terminal. It can even speak the command output.

#Linux #Ubuntu #Mac #OSX #CommandLine #CLI #Bash  
Betty is like Siri or Google Now for the command line. Well, sort of. The tool translates plain Eng...
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Cool tool...
 
New release of Lynis (auditing tool for Linux/Unix), version 1.5.2 available. Thanks for the great feedback and sharing!
http://cisofy.com/lynis/
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Is anyone up for the challenge?  It starts a week from tomorrow.
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Not sure if I should partake in this or not. lol I'd fail miserably
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Nice list...a little short though.. :)
 
Linux command reference
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He is so right on this.  The program rocks..
 
Last week I finally got around to setting up Plex Media Server on a two year old iMac. Works brilliantly. Just wanted to share this little application which I found that helps me control the iMac via the main (Win 7) computer. 

It saves desk space by not having to use another keyboard and mouse. The seamless transition from two computers is really like having a secondary monitor but much more convenient than using remote desktop software. For web devs like myself its also handy if you want to quickly check something works in Safari (or any other OSX application). 

Best of all - it's free. Though I did donate as I think it's awesome :)

#synergy #plex 
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Ever want to know more about SELinux?  Here is a book that might help... 
 
http://library.n0where.net/selinux-system-administration/
Read online or eBook free download 
A step-by-step guide to learn how to set up security on Linux servers by taking SELinux policies into your own hands.
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Check out the new podcast...
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Are you looking for a job in Linux?  Check out this site...
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Are you listening to the Linux Action Show?
 
This week desktop Linux was changed forever. It's HUGE and +Matt Hartley and I are going to demo it on tomorrow's LAS live: http://jblive.tv in 19 hours
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It's nice when I good trend just keeps on rolling...
 
Linux use among the world's largest enterprises
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I want one..
 
Canonical Announces The Orange Box $12k USD Ubuntu Cluster Suitcase

via phoronix.com and linux.com

Excerpt from Phoronix article
The Orange Box, which isn't to be confused with Valve's video game compilation, is a 10-node cluster computer designed by Canonical and TranquilPC for showing off Ubuntu Linux.

The Orange Box is designed to be a "spectacular development platform" for showcasing Ubuntu, MAAS, Juju, Landscape, OpenStack, Hadoop, and other technologies. Canonical's Orange Box can be a compact cloud, powerful computational machine, or a lightweight cluster.

Inside the "Orange Box" that's about the size of a suit-case are ten Intel Ivy Bridge NUCs, a D-Link Gigabit switch, 100-240 AC/DC power supply, and the first node also has a Centrino Advanced-N 6235 WiFi Adapter, and 2TB Western Digital HDD. Per node for the Intel NUCs is a Core i5 3427U CPU + HD Graphics 4000 + 16GB DDR3 RAM + 128GB SSD root disk + Gigabit Ethernet per node. Thus in total it comes down to a 40-core, 160GB RAM, 1.2TB SATA solid state storage, and Gigabit-backed network.

http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTY4ODc

http://blog.dustinkirkland.com/2014/05/the-orange-box-cloud-for-free-man.html
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Siege Your Servers! - Setting up Web servers is fairly simple. In fact, it's so simple that once the server is set up, we often don't think about it anymore. It wasn't until I had a very large Web site rollout fail miserably that I started to research a method for load-testing servers before releasing a Web site to production. more>> http://ow.ly/2GDK1g
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We talked about Jeff Knupp and took him to task for his article "How 'DevOps' is Killing the Developer".  This week we are going to talk to him and give him a chance to respond.
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Brian Wagner. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Tue, April 22, 8:00 PM
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Yeah Buddy....
 
Like a Bo$$! #Linux
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You can use this to pull your regular files but not your Google Docs files.  The developer says if there is enough interest he will add that functionality.  For now though you can backup any file and sync files across Windows, Mac and Linux.
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The audio podcast is back....Check out it's new home here. The old feedburner is also working here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/LinuxinstallnetPodcast
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Cool Poster for an amazing Linuxfest...
 
trying out some new art for a 2014 poster...
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Can't wait to go again this year!
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Awesome to see school districts make the switch.
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The UK Goverment did a study of how secure tech stuff was.  One area was Operating systems.  Guess what Linux was the most secure.  Anyone surprised?
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