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[$] Debian and code names

Debian typically uses code names to refer to its releases, starting with the Toy Story character names used (mostly) instead of numbers. The “Buster” release is due on July 6 and you will rarely hear it referred to as “Debian 10”. The… Continue Reading — [$] Debian...


An guide to edge computing

Put simply, edge computing is the method of processing data where it is being generated, at the edge of a network, allowing for real time data-processing without latency as opposed to sending it to a data centre. Since these ‘edge devices’ are integrated to the physical...


Linux Mint Confirms It’s Dropping 32-bit Releases

Linux Mint 32-bit releases are being dropped, with the distro confirming that it will not provide 32-bit downloads of Linux Mint 20 next year. This post, Linux Mint Confirms It’s Dropping 32-bit Releases, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!. Continue...


Effortless Learning with Learn Chef Rally

Hi there, Chef Friends! As you know, the best place to learn all aspects of Chef – from Chef Infra, to Chef Habitat, and Chef InSpec – is Learn Chef Rally! With modules and tracks to fit all skill levels and a “choose-your-own-adventure” style of learning,...


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