417: Run Every Distro At Once
3 August 2021
Yabba Dabba Distro! Run every major distribution on one native host. How we hijacked a Fedora install and turned it into the ultimate meta Linux box.
- Jupiter Broadcasting Garage Sale Stickers
- Salt Lake City Meetup
- Denver Meetup Meetup
- AMD + Valve Working On New Linux CPU Performance Scaling Design — Along with other optimizations to benefit the Steam Deck, AMD and Valve have been jointly working on CPU frequency/power scaling improvements to enhance the Steam Play gaming experience on modern AMD platforms running Linux.
- Linux has finally hit that almost mythical 1% user share on Steam again — If we take how many monthly active users Steam has which Valve reported at over 120 million at the start of this year, that would give us an estimated 1,204,000 monthly active Linux users on Steam.
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- Bedrock Linux — Bedrock Linux is a meta Linux distribution which allows users to mix-and-match components from other, typically incompatible distributions. Bedrock integrates these components into one largely cohesive system.
- Bedrock Linux: Frequently Asked Questions
- Linux Action Show 316 — Introducing Bedrock Linux
- Bedrock Linux presentation at Ohio Linuxfest 2012
- Chris Fisher on Twitter — I joined the @latenightlinux boys to cover my @syncthing setup that just hit the two-year mark, and we chat a little @teamsilverblue, the problem of OSS grifting, and more.
- JB Telegram
- JB Mumble
- Pick: imgdupes — Find and delete near-duplicate images based on a perceptual hash.
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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.