Tag Archives: linux

ASP.Net with Docker on Mac

I tried a ton of different ASP.NET on Linux / Docker / Mac tutorials, none of which worked for one reason or another. Then I fixed it. The closest I got was Deploy ASP.NET 5 Apps to Docker on Linux, … Continue reading

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Pi three ways

My name’s Andrew and I have a Raspberry Pi addiction. I’ve played with a lot of IT kit over the years, and set up a number of servers for a variety of reasons. File servers, media servers, web servers; from … Continue reading

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Mobile platforms in 2015

Tomi Ahonen made a bold prediction of the top three mobile platforms in 2015: Android, Tizen, and iOS in that order. I disagreed, and made my own prediction: 140 characters were not enough to cover this, so here are some … Continue reading

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Spotify on Linux

In which I get Spotify to run on Debian Wheezy. I’ve been playing about with Debian’s upcoming 7.0 release, codenamed ‘wheezy’. On the whole, it’s fantastic – booting is fast, GNOME 3 is blisteringly quick and the user experience is … Continue reading

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Getting started with Tizen

The Tizen source and SDK were unleashed yesterday, and I’ve just had a first glance. The documentation is a bit all over the place, so here’s some notes on getting up and running. For more information on what’s going on with … Continue reading

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CentOS 5.7 Guest with VirtualBox

If you’re trying to install the VirtualBox guest additions on a fresh CentOS install, you may find that the kernel drivers compilation fails. To work around it, try this as root: yum install gcc kernel kernel-devel -y That worked for … Continue reading

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rsyslogd on Oneiric Ubuntu 11.10

If you happen to have upgraded to Ubuntu 11.10 but are running an old kernel (for example, you’re working on a hosted virtual server), you may see the rsyslogd process running away with your CPU. This seems to be a … Continue reading

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At what price to community?

Dave has written a detailed post on the types of community that Tizen hopes to target. It’s great, and I recommend you read it through. For more background, you should also read my blog post on what’s really going on … Continue reading

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natty review

I’m off to FOSDEM next weekend, so I’ve got my aged EeePC 901 out of the cupboard. It’s the only laptop I have that can stand up to really long days without a power socket. I’m trying out a selection … Continue reading

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fuduntu review

I’m off to FOSDEM next weekend, so I’ve got my aged EeePC 901 out of the cupboard. It’s the only laptop I have that can stand up to really long days without a power socket. I’m trying out a selection … Continue reading

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