Month: February 2017
Chap scripts remote Linux takeover for sysadmins • The Register
Use this for good, not for evil. But not if you care about your penguins
Source: Chap scripts remote Linux takeover for sysadmins • The Register
This sounds amazing. 🙂 I have absolutely no use for it right now! But the idea is extremely exciting. My understanding is you can wipe and install an entire Linux system via SSH using this script.
What’s New in Windows 10’s Anniversary Update
Windows 10’s second big update, dubbed the “Anniversary Update”, is finally here. This is a huge update that touches every corner of the operating system. It includes many, many more changes than the November update did.
Source: What’s New in Windows 10’s Anniversary Update
I finally did this update.
I’d attempted it a couple times but the odd behavior made me think it wasn’t working so I aborted it. Also I unplugged all of my peripherals the final attempt, but I don’t know if that had anything to do with the update’s eventual success.
It seems like there isn’t a lot here for me since I really don’t like the prospect of integrating with other Microsoft services. And I don’t trust Microsoft’s ability to integrate with Android, Google, or anything else in a way that I’d prefer. So most of this new good stuff is, sadly, lost on me. But if it runs better, faster, more stably, then great!
Google Nexus vs Google Pixel: What’s the difference? – Pocket-lint
Google set the cat amongst the pigeons when it announced the Pixel C tablet in 2015. Launched alongside the two new Nexus handsets (Nexus 5X and Nexus
Source: Google Nexus vs Google Pixel: What’s the difference? – Pocket-lint
Should you containerize your Go code? – O’Reilly Media
Containers helps you distribute, deploy, run, and test your Golang projects.
Source: Should you containerize your Go code? – O’Reilly Media