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So You Want To Learn Linux | AzureRM Management from Any Platform | Channel 9
For many sysadmins / network admins, their wheelhouse consists of Windows based administration and this video is intended to help you get started with Linux administration. Check out this video to go hands on with a mixed environment media server / web monitor project where mostly all of the administration is done through CLI on Linux.
JessicaDeen  Linux  Intro  Tutorial  2016  Video 
1 hour ago by dlb
Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth takes aim at VMware and Red Hat at OpenStack Summit
“A lot of institutions are figuring out that Ubuntu and upstream Kubernetes gives them 80% of what they need from PaaS, while the open Kubernetes ecosystem takes care of the remaining 20%. And that comes in at a third of the cost of Red Hat,” he said.

Also, he says they’re much cheaper than VMware and RHEL.
kubernetes  opensource  linux  cloudnative  canonical 
1 hour ago by cote
Linux vs. Unix: What's the difference? |
Dive into the differences between these two operating systems that share much of the same heritage and many of the same goals.
linux  unix  difference  posix  comparison 
4 hours ago by gilberto5757
Why the Yocto Project for my IoT Project? | Embedded
The Yocto Project is a collection of recipes, configuration values, and dependencies that are used to create a custom Linux runtime image tailored...
IoT  yocto  linux  embeded 
6 hours ago by junyi.liu
The Architecture of Open Source Applications (Volume 2): The Yocto Project
In 2001, Sharp Corporation introduced the SL-5000 PDA, named Zaurus, which ran an embedded Linux distribution, Lineo. Not long after the Zaurus's introduction, Chris Larson founded the OpenZaurus Project, a replacement Linux distribution for the SharpROM, based on a build system called buildroot. With the founding of the project, people began contributing many more software packages, as well as targets for other devices, and it wasn't long before the build system for OpenZaurus began to show fragility. In January 2003, the community began discussing a new build system to incorporate the community usage model of a generic build system for embedded Linux distributions. This would eventually become OpenEmbedded. Chris Larson, Michael Lauer, and Holger Schurig began work on OpenEmbedded by porting hundreds of OpenZaurus packages over to the new build system.

The Yocto Project springs from this work. At the project's core is the Poky build system, created by Richard Purdie. It began as a stabilized branch of OpenEmbedded using a core subset of the thousands of OpenEmbedded recipes, across a limited set of architectures. Over time, it slowly coalesced into more than just an embedded build system, but into a complete software development platform, with an Eclipse plugin, a fakeroot replacement and QEMU based images. Around November 2010, the Linux Foundation announced that this work would all continue under the heading of the Yocto Project as a Linux Foundation-sponsored project. It was then established that the Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded would coordinate on a core set of package metadata called OE-Core, combining the best of both Poky and OpenEmbedded with an increased use of layering for additional components.

23.1. Introduction to the Poky Build System
yocto  linux  embeded 
6 hours ago by junyi.liu

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