Well, it’s that time of year when you do some clean up – and, that’s what I did while I waited for my OpenShift 3.11 install to finish. I have completely redesigned the WordPress tags to make it way easier to find stuff. This is a selfish endeavor but it should help others too. I
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
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!!!!
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
Hey, just a quick update. We ran our first Red Hat Enterprise User Group in Michigan back in January. We are working on the agenda for the next meet up in May, and we have a new site, mailing list, and LinkedIn group!
FOSDEM (Free and Open Source Software Developers, European Meeting) is coming up in Brussels on Feb 5th & 6th. The schedule for 2011 is not up yet, but the schedule from last year makes it look promising. The conference is free and doesn’t require registration, but the hotels and airlines do. Last year there were
I had an awesome time at Ohio Linux Fest 2010. I met a lot of interesting people, caught several really good talks and had a chance to take the LPIC 101 and 102 tests. It was a great mix of hobbyists, systems administrators and programs and I took it as an opportunity to expand my
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
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. apt-get install petit I would like to thank Carl Chenet for helping me get petit into Debian Squeeze. Now I have to work on getting it in
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. yum install petit I would like to thank Sandro â€œredâ€ Mathys for helping me get petit into Fedora 13. Now I have to work on getting it