We all know and love table of processes or simply top. Its a common admin tool. I found a derivitive that I like better. All hail htop.
I had read about the transparent compression that zfs offers. I wanted to verify it so I did, and sent my results off. As we all know no experiment is valid unless verifiable. I wanted be sure that the transparent Continue reading ZFS in practice – verifying transparent compression –
I should have known about this for a while, but I recently learned that I could use seq to generate a sequence of numbers. It has options for doing things like only outputting even numbers in the generated sequences, and Continue reading You can use seq to generate sequences. Cool.
Stateless Linux sounds like a great idea for those of us that have many systems with similar configurations to manage. If you have never heard of the idea RTFM. I have stateless linux almost working here at my house. Here Continue reading Stateless Linux How To:
I had forgotten how nice apt was in relation to yum. I mean yum is great, I could never build a package manager like rpm; let alone a utility as versatile and helpful as what yum is. I may have Continue reading Put some debian in your mouth: 24 hours of Ubuntu vs Fedora