Monthly Archives: October 2011

To the Cloud!

In a previous post a commentator was explaining his typical web-stack deployment, and boasting about how he “can roll this out on Debian in less than 4 hours”.  Now he’s talking about provisioning, installing the OS, installing the services, and configuring … Continue reading

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ZaReason Invenire 1220 Reviewed

A couple of weeks ago, ZaReason sent us a shiny new Invenire 1220 running Qimo 2.0 for a review. This is the first time I’ve ever seen Qimo running on a machine I hadn’t put it on, and the fact … Continue reading

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If Linux was a car (Hater’s edition)

There have been several humorous variations of the “If Linux was a car…” theme, but a recent rant against Linux made me wonder, what would the stereotypical hater’s opinion be on our modern automobiles?  Here is how I imagine it … Continue reading

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UDS-P Summit Development Cycle

We’re less than a month away from the start of UDS-P, which means we’re winding down the development pace on the Summit project. It’s been a very, very busy 6 months for us, we’ve done more work on Summit this … Continue reading

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