Who is Fatherlinux?

Who is Fatherlinux?

Over the years I have realized that there is a bit of confusion when I first tell people my Twitter handle is @fatherlinux. People ask things like, “what about mother Linux?” or “Perhaps you should change your name to Grandpa Linux now that you have been doing this for so long?” They often think the

Springpad Shutting Down

It is a sad day for me because Springpad has been a great tool: http://support.springpad.com/customer/portal/articles/1566742-how-much-longer-can-i-use-springpad- A couple of years back, I compared Springpad with Evernote. Since then, Evernote has improved greatly, and that is where I will be going now. Good by SpringPad!!!!

RHEL7 Release Notes Highlights

I just finished going through the release notes for RHEL7 Release Candidate and Technical Notes… Features Fast Block Devices Caching Slower Block Devices Systemd controls cgroups Hardware Event Reporting Mechanism (HERM) RAS Daemon: Unifies all error data & reporting Live migration of a guest from the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 host to the Red

Uptime: Does it matter with the modern web service?

Last week Ksplice announced free no-reboot kernels for Fedora which sparked off some interesting conversation about uptime over at the Standalone Sysadmin. Honestly, I ran across Ksplice a while back and I thought to myself, huh that might be useful for a certain niche, I added to a wiki page that I use to track

Petit is Available in Debian Squeeze

Debian Squeeze is in testing and with it Petit is available to be installed through the repository. That means it can be installed easily through apt, like so.

I would like to thank Carl Chenet for helping me get petit into Debian Squeeze. Now I have to work on getting it in Ubuntu.

Petit is Available in Fedora 13

Fedora 13 is out and with it Petit is available to be installed through the fedora repository. That means it can be installed easily through yum, like so.

I would like to thank Sandro “red” Mathys for helping me get petit into Fedora 13. Now I have to work on getting it in Debian/Ubuntu.