Kubernetes has transformed how businesses run from slow-moving, in-house servers to cloud-based, highly responsive and resilient systems.
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Make your own smart coffee machine by modding a machine with a Raspberry Pi, 7-inch touchscreen and sweet Kivy GUI.
Manage your data better with OpenMediaVault and your own low-powered, Raspberry Pi-centric network attached storage box.
Use your Raspberry Pi from across the room or even from across the world using the magic of SSH and VNC.
Nine times out of ten your Raspberry Pi will simply boot. But this is the place to look if things go wrong.
We'll help you get started so you can join the growing ranks of Linux users and get a better PC to boot.
Want to browse privately from all your devices? Here's how to configure a Raspberry Pi as an access point that routes all traffic over the anonymous Tor network.
Is your Linux system, like a white rabbit, running late? You need our in-depth guide to configuring the Network Time Protocol and keeping the time daemon accurate.
Whether you're managing one user or a hundred, we'll show you the basics of how user accounts work in Linux.
The terminal has a host of handy tricks that will save you time and make your life easier. We introduce a few of the most useful techniques.
Archiving involves many mysteries such as zips and tarballs, but we're here to explain all and reveal why Tar is a better option.
New to Linux? Let us guide you through your first steps with apt-get, the powerful command line tool.
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