375: Wrong About Pop!
14 October 2020
We're reminded that you can't judge a distro by its screenshots. We use Pop!_OS for a few weeks and share our embarrassing discovery.
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- ESXi Arm Edition | VMware Flings
- Great News for Nebula
- Nebula for iOS and Android is now available | Defined Networking — In February of this year, Nate and I left Slack to start a company together, Defined Networking, Inc., to focus on Nebula full-time.
- Mobile Nebula on the App Store
- LUP 329: Flat Network Truthers
- The AMD Radeon Graphics Driver Makes Up Roughly 10.5% Of The Linux Kernel — With Linux 5.9, it comes in at 2.16 million lines of code plus another 247k lines of code comments and another 109k blank lines.
- AMD Graphics Driver Hacker News Thread
- All Jupiter Broadcasting Shows
- Pop!_OS by System76
- Unplugged Core Contributors
- Manjaro ARM 20.10 released!
- Feedback: TLP Magic
- Feedback: Chromebooks and Education
- PIck: autotier — A passthrough FUSE filesystem that intelligently moves files between storage tiers based on the frequency of use, file age, and tier fullness.
- AntennaPod 2.0.1 Changelog
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Students will install and configure various use cases for Apache, Squid, and NGINX, including virtual hosts, proxy and reverse proxy servers, HTTPS/SSL, and load balancing. We’ll also discuss how to collect Apache metrics, as well as the differences between Apache and NGINX.