hm, this seems to be a diamond picked out of the lxer room:
apt-get install sysdiag
worked for me.
You probably are not a candidate for the Citadel easy-install either.
Just did a full install of Slackware 14.1 from a set of CD's. Nice to be able to get a fairly recent install to do some work without having to rely on a set of repositories on the Interwebs sometimes. I kinda miss rawrite'ing a boot and root floppy though.
hm, I've left slackware behind me in the 90'ies, since it tends to become unmaintainable after a while.
My debian installations tend to last decades meanwhile.
Even though some of them are running sid or testing, only outgesourced.org has stable.
Dothebart: I run Debian as well and find it fits the bill for me on swag build outs. Thanks for the outgesourced.org tip. I did not know about that repo. The Slack you visited in the 90s would still be familiar to you today :-)
outgesourced.org is my server ;-)
so, its running stable. Some of the vservers have testing...
most of my other desktopish installation @work etc. run testing.
Hmm. I've traditionally panned Xen and XenCenter because I always considered it a detour on the road to KVM being the ultimate in open source virtualization.
But I'm doing some work with it now, and so far I'm actually liking what I see.
Right now it strikes me as a better VMware than VMware.
Yeah, I dunno, it does seem like if you're going to build a hypervisor, you might want it to be as lean and mean as possible...
xen performance may always suffer from RPCing some of the essential system services to dom0 though eh?
well, I guess you can save these 1- 15% loss by just using lxc / docker...
LXC is a non starter if you have to be able to support both Linux and Windows guests.
Not that it matters, but I have been running W2K8 and W2K3 instances on Libvirt / KVM for years now (3+). Now that the disk IO is catching up, I will run more :-) I find that the Linux kernel does a fair job of splitting up resources, that I don't need to do much tuning.
whew. awsome tool based on valgrind:
aaaaaaand our non-friends at Ubuntu have done it again.
[ http://www.ubuntu.com/cloud/tools/lxd ]
Evidently the standard LXC and Docker frameworks aren't good enough for them, so they're starting their own.
Subject: Open-source'ish linux tablet with atom cpu from Jolla
Tablet from the makers of the Jolla phone, 229$ including shipping. (The 189$ was for early sponsors on indiegogo)
so I don't care.
Mon Dec 01 2014 10:04:46 PM EST from zooer @ UncensoredWell the text client doesn't support https... I would complain but the place is being shut down as of midnight
so I don't care.
That's OK...WebCit doesn't support displaying https URLs for clicking, either...but, since Uncensored! shut down as of midnight, last night, I guess I should shut down DP2, too. ;-)