No, this is not a late April Fools Day joke or a prank.
Microsoft has created its own distro of Linux and Gary Explains.
Jeff Geerling takes a look at the two smallest Raspberry Pi Routers in existence: The DFRobot IoT Router Board Mini and the Seeed Studio Routerboard.
Did you know that you can now run Linux apps that use a graphic user interface (or GUI) on Windows using WSL.
In this video, Craig Loewen will explain what this means, what you can do with it, show us some demos, and tell us about a few additional new features for the Windows Subsystem for Linux. I’ll also hit him with a list of rapid-fire questions that I’ve been wondering about.
Fireship traces Linux back to its roots to explain why there are so many distros.
Skipping the Inception jokes, what sorts of interesting application development scenarios will this enable?
Techno Tim explores the idea of “Webtop applications.”
Learn how NGINX is used a web server, reverse proxy, load balancer, and HTTP cache to handle the demands of high traffic sites.
All in 100 seconds.
For the last 20 years, I kept hearing how Linux on the Desktop would go mainstream in “five years.”
Linus Torvalds himself explains what the challenges are and why that has not happened.
Bash is a tool that helps you manage the files and processes running on your computer. Shells like Bash give you the power and precision to control your computer from one terminal (or windows).
In this episode of Learn With Dr. G, Sarah will walk through an introduction to Bash. You’ll learn what Bash is, how to issue commands to create files and folders, navigate your computer, view running processes, and use I/O commands to string together multiple actions.
You’ll leave this session with a fundamental understanding of Bash.
In this video Scott Hanselman blurs the lines between operating systems and showing you the future of software development using Visual Studio Code, WSL2, Ubuntu, the Windows Terminal, Oh My Posh, and the Remote Extensions for VS that enable a Windows Developer to be a Linux Developer.