Linux · Raspberry Pi · Server

Easily create a NAS with a Raspberry Pi or another ARM computer


As of writing in October 2018, there is a price sweet spot for 200GB microSD cards that retail for $44USD. Combined with a Raspberry Pi, they allow the build of a relatively affordable, low powered NAS with a decent storage capacity for a home network -- all without the need for external drives, extra cables,… Continue reading Easily create a NAS with a Raspberry Pi or another ARM computer

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Linux · Server

Way too slow sudo


I recently suffered an unusual issue in the Linux terminal. Any commands prefixed with sudo would take 10 to sometimes 15 seconds to execute, while all other bash and terminal commands would operate at speed. Initially, I thought the issue was related to a Ubuntu Server install running in VMware Fusion on a low powered… Continue reading Way too slow sudo

Linux · Windows

openSUSE Linux on Windows 10 how to


For the past year, Microsoft has been experimenting with the service known as WSL or Windows Subsystem for Linux. A setup that allowed you to run an Ubuntu terminal under Windows 10. These days since Windows 1709 (September 2017), WSL has come out of beta and is now available for general usage. This article will… Continue reading openSUSE Linux on Windows 10 how to

Linux · Windows

Ubuntu Linux on Windows 10 how to


For the past year, Microsoft has been experimenting with the service known as WSL or Windows Subsystem for Linux. A setup that allowed you to run an Ubuntu terminal under Windows 10. These days since Windows 1709 (September 2017), WSL has come out of beta and is now available for general usage. This article will… Continue reading Ubuntu Linux on Windows 10 how to

Linux · Windows

Run Ubuntu 16.04 on Windows 10 Creators Update


UPDATE (November 2017): If you are using Windows 10 1709 (Fall Creators Update) or newer, I wrote two updated guides Ubuntu Linux on Windows 10 how to and openSUSE Linux on Windows 10 how to. The article here covers the installation of WSL beta which is not supported by Microsoft and uses a different install method to the… Continue reading Run Ubuntu 16.04 on Windows 10 Creators Update

Linux · Windows

Run Ubuntu Linux and Bash on Windows 10


An updated revision of this guide exists for users of Windows 10 Creators Update (1703) released in April 2017. As of release 1607* Windows 10 includes the ability for desktop users to install and run a copy of Ubuntu terminal from within Windows! Officially called the Windows subsystem for Linux it usually goes by a… Continue reading Run Ubuntu Linux and Bash on Windows 10