Fedora CoreOS has been released for general use. CoreOS Container Linux and Fedora Atomic Host was fused to release a new Fedora edition, dubbed the Fedora CoreOS, borrowing technology from the both. So now Fedora CoreOS possesses the provisioning tools, automatic update model, and philosophy of CoreOS Container Linux and the packaging technology, OCI support, and SELinux security of Atomic Host.
Here’s a handy little snippet of code which allows anyone to edit your content… Granted, this could be used in a malicious manner, it’s still kinda cool to play with. […]
This program will fetch, download, and save the 100 hottest wallpapers from the r/wallpaper subreddit to a folder in your computer. It can also optionally remove low-quality images, and then […]
The Amazon Price for BaoFeng UV-5R Plus Dual-Band 136-174/400-480 MHz FM Ham Two-Way Radio (Black) has dropped at Amazon and is now $28.91. Was this post helpful? Let us know if you liked […]
Report the historical and statistical real time of the system, keeping it between restarts. Like uptime command but with more interesting output. Was this post helpful? Let us know if […]