OpenShift is a PaaS (platform as a service) and written by Red Hat. The Source code is licensed under Apache License 2.0 and available on Github. OpenShift also uses many open source tools for automation and orchestration: docker containers, Ansible for configuration, Jenkins, Git for version control and many others. In this article you can read how to deploy the applications and see in action basic work with OpenShift. And maybe some peoples ask now “Can I run OpenShift in my own server?”. Answer – yes, of course – several OpenShift packages are ready to use in Fedora and RHEL/Centos.
After the previous review of Remix OS I received a comment with interested information about Remix OS USB Tool. My small personal research found that Remix OS developers have a zero tolerance for the code licenses and work of other peoples.
This article is a new episode of the Free Messenger Heroic Saga (Tox, Matrix, Tor Messenger). I highly recommend to read it for comparison. Privacy – very important thing for everyone today and tomorrow it may be a myth in the world of mega corporations, user tracking, automatic email parsing, security agencies with full access to everything and everyone.
In the first day of new 2016 year I tried to boot my HP laptop with Fedora. Little surprise: black screen after UEFI boot menu. Hmm, maybe the hardware is broken? I run the RAM and disks tests from standard HP suite and after 5 minutes they report: memory and hard drive is OK. Strange situation. Next step: connect HDD to my desktop, renew backups and check errors with fsck tool – no effect.
On 1th December 1995 was published the RFC1883 by Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) – the beginning of new Internet Layer protocol history. More than 20 years have passed since those day and today approximately 10% of all hosts with support IPv6. Internet access (data from Google Statistics). If we look to
the Per-Country statistics that say: IPv6 is popular in developed countries with technology power (some exceptions available):
Web office – very nice and easy web-application that helps you to create and edit documents only in the web browser. Today in the online offices world we have two leaders – Google Docs and Microsoft Office 365. LibreOffice has success as desktop open source application and now is the time to go into web. Collabora and ownCloud released the CODE – ready-to-go Linux distribution with LibreOffice Online; VirtualBox image is available to download. In CODE the LibreOffice Online and ownCloud has united web-interface.