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  PowerShell now available on Linux (Centos, Ubuntu, RedHat) and MacOS
Posted by: anyweb - 2016-08-18, 09:14 PM - Forum: Linux News - Replies (1)

Microsoft have just made PowerShell (a programming language developed by Jeffrey Snover and available in Windows 7, 8, 10 and other Windows operating systems) open source, and available to Linux and MacOS.


Wow !


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I use PowerShell at work to do many things, fixing problems and checking for particular settings, it's a really great programming language and anyone with a Windows computer (or now Linux or MacOS) can try it out.


It will be made available on GiThub (production version shipped in nano-server), one codebase that runs on Windows and Linux with all the benefits of open source.


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From the very beginning PowerShell was very community focused which has driven it to this day. To learn more about this incredible news, watch this video on Channel 9.


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  Now you can run linux on Windows 10, via the latest Windows Insider Preview release
Posted by: anyweb - 2016-05-03, 07:10 PM - Forum: Linux News - No Replies

Gabe Aul announced that there's a new insider preview available on the fast ring, and here’s what’s new in Build 14316


Run native Bash on Ubuntu on Windows: In this build, you can natively run Bash in Windows as announced last week at Build 2016. To do this, you first need to turn on Developer Mode via Settings > Update & security > For developers. Then search for “Windows Features” and choose “Turn Windows features on or off” and enable Windows Subsystem for Linux (Beta). To get Bash installed, open Command Prompt and type “bash”. For more details, see this blog post.


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to see a guide explaining what to do see here > https://msdn.microso.../install_guide#


and for more info about this release see the original blog post here > https://blogs.window...ew-build-14316/

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  Disk Requirements: At least xxMB needed on the / filesystem.
Posted by: Mourad - 2015-12-16, 11:09 AM - Forum: Redhat - Replies (1)



Problem disk when i install mysql :


Error Summary
Disk Requirements:
  At least 175MB needed on the / filesystem.

<div>df -h
Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda2             1.9G  1.3G  605M  68% /
                      651M   17M  601M   3% /opt
                      961M   18M  895M   2% /aux1
                      1.4G  318M  1.1G  24% /var
                      868M   17M  807M   3% /home
                      930M   18M  865M   2% /aux0
/dev/sda1             190M   11M  170M   7% /boot
tmpfs                 252M     0  252M   0% /dev/shm
Thank you for help :)

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  native SSH support in Microsoft System Center 2016 TP2
Posted by: anyweb - 2015-06-12, 10:37 PM - Forum: Linux News - Replies (1)

Microsoft has just released System Center 2016 Technical Preview 2


and amongst the features it includes are native SSH support, yup that's right you can SSH in to your SCCM 2016 box !


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I'll test it shortly and report back, but this really is cool, cool to see Microsoft embracing other operating systems 'methods' of accessing systems and management, it would be like Linux starting to offer PowerShell in the kernel !



Linux management
  • System Center 2016 Technical Preview 2 includes Desired State Configuration (DSC) support, native SSH support, and improved LAMP stack monitoring to improve your ability to manage your IT across Windows Server and Linux.

via > http://blogs.technet.com/b/systemcenter/...iew-2.aspx

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  Add files to a PXE image
Posted by: jsh121988 - 2015-05-18, 06:24 PM - Forum: How Do I? - No Replies



I am new to Linux images (pxe, livecd). I would like to add files to a linux image, like something under etc or var, and have the files be available on the client.

The server I am working on was already configured with a pxe image, and only 2 files are present under the pxe client folder: initrd and vmlinuz. So I am wondering if either of these files contain the dirs /etc, /var, etc..., and how I could add files to them.


To give some background, I have done the same thing in Windows. An image in Windows is typically either boot.img or install.img. You can mount either of these to a folder using the Windows SDK tool imagex.exe /mountrw <img file> 1 <mount point>. From here you can add/remove/modify any files you want. Then commit the changes with imagex.exe /unmount <mountpoint> /commit.


Can someone provide insight to the linux image creation process, which of the files (initrd, vmlinuz/vmlinux, etc...) contain what for the client boot, or something similar to the Windows Image editing process?




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  Building a new PC ; Is there a way to have linux as my ONLY OS
Posted by: Thorium - 2015-04-05, 05:50 AM - Forum: Just Starting Linux - Replies (1)

I am building a new PC, if you want to see the specs. they're here : http://pcpartpicker.com/p/HQkMgs

I was wondering, would it be possible to burn ubuntu, or any other linux OS onto a disc and treat it like a windows install and boot from disc, or would I have to do something completely different?

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  Device driver tutorials
Posted by: Alex230-WR - 2015-02-17, 09:58 AM - Forum: Kernel Related - No Replies

Please point me to some good linux device drivers tutorials. I need to create a driver that will read data from I2C bus, parse it and make parsed data available for user space apps.


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  batch rename files by date
Posted by: thaigirl - 2014-11-30, 07:08 PM - Forum: How Do I? - No Replies



I did a tutorial somewhere which talked about using flower brackets { ... } to batch rename files. I can't find where I saw it.


I am trying to rename a sequence of PNG images with dates, for example:


pic export_00000.png

pic export_00001.png

pic export_00002.png



to become






Any help would be awesome :)



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  linux mint 17 crash
Posted by: gmrox - 2014-11-27, 01:20 PM - Forum: How Do I? - No Replies

I have just installed Linux Mint 17 on a zoostorm pc but after booting up ok, the system operates for periods of half a minute to ten minutes, and then switches off and re-boots. Can anyone advise me as to how to fix this please?


many thanks,    G.Marriott



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  mintPPC different from screenshot
Posted by: thaigirl - 2014-11-13, 03:23 PM - Forum: How Do I? - Replies (1)



I just installed mintPPC on my PowerBook G4 12" (6,8) expecting it to look like the screen shots at mintPPC.org.  It looks completely different!!!

I downloaded using the mini.iso from a debian mirror site. Have a look at the screen shot of my curent desktop and please let me know what I am actually running.


I am brand brand new to Linux and this is my first distribution, so I would very much like to know what it is before I reinstall or try somethhing else. I kinda like the desktop I have now, but it is a bit sluggish and the sound doesn't work.


I am downloading a disk image of Ubuntu 14.04 and will try a LiveCD with that, but I really really would like to try MintPPC as from the research I have done, it seems PPC users are quite happy with it.


Thank you in advance.



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