The Fedora 27 Atomic Host now supports multiple architectures! Along with the x86_64 architecture, Atomic Host is also available on 64-bit ARM (aarch64) and PowerPC Little Endian (ppc64le). Both aarch64 and ppc64le architectures receive Atomic OSTree updates in the same way x86_64 does.
Atomic Host provides an immutable operating system tree (OStree) with a rollback facility. To learn more, see the Project Atomic website.
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Easily Update Ubuntu and Debian Systems with uCareSystem
The all-in-one uCareSystem app takes care of many upgrading tasks.
A while ago, we have written about “Keep” utility, which is used to save the Linux commands in Terminal and use them on demand. It is quite useful when it comes to use lengthy Linux commands often. We don’t have to memorize the commands. Just save it using “Keep” utility and use that command on demand. Today, I have stumbled upon yet another similar utility called “Bashpast”. It is used to bookmark the linux commands for easier repeated invocation. This provides an easy way to repeat frequently used commands and saves you few keystrokes. Also, if you have hard time remembering lengthy commands, you can use it to bookmark them. Of course, you can simply do a reverse search using ‘CTRL-R’ to lookup the commands or use aliases, but this utility provides way faster and easier method. Continue reading “Bookmark The Linux Commands For Easier Repeated Invocation”
We are pleased to announce availability of the first public release candidate for SQL Server 2017, Release Candidate 1 (RC1), which is now available for download. This means that development work for the new version of SQL Server is complete along most dimensions needed to bring the industry-leading performance and security of SQL Server to Windows, Linux, and Docker containers. Continue reading “First release candidate of SQL Server 2017 now available”
After two years of development, it is the genuine pleasure of everyone involved in the Mageia community to announce the release of Mageia 6, the latest milestone of its 100% community-driven GNU/Linux distribution. Mageia 6 is a stable and modern operating system that offers an exceptionally wide range of software, included upwards of 25 desktop environments and window managers, notably Plasma 5 from the KDE project and GNOME. This release sees the addition of the new package manager DNF 2 as alternative to Mageia’s URPMI, which brings support for AppStream-based software centers (e.g. Plasma Discover and GNOME Software), as well as Fedora COPR and openSUSE Build Service (OBS) to complement the already very complete official Mageia repositories. Other major additions for this release are the addition of the ARM architecture, Continue reading “Release of the Mageia 6 Linux distribution with Plasma 5, DNF support, ARM port”
As system administrator , but also as common user on my PC, one of the more common problem is when a file system got filled up at up at 100% of its size.
So, in this article we’ll see 2 commands that can help us in keeping under control or check the space used in every filesystem and in his directory.
df : report file system disk space usage
du: estimate file space usage
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