Our sincerest request to the reader is to go through the previous post The trifecta of ARM, Assembly, and C. This discussion builds up on top of it. We often tend to develop for a particular OS on regular development cycles. It may sound improbable, but often most embedded developers find dealing in tandem with constructs … Continue reading The trifecta of ARM, Assembly, and C: Pointers, Registers, and …
Terraform module: one lesson learned hard way
The module are lifesavers in terraform. Making them is one acquired skill. It seems it's easy at first but really gets complicated when used for actual use-case. Some pit-falls are innocuous like this one.
The Password Story
At some point or other we face the problem of not being able to login after a recent install of ubuntu. This is story of those of us and an attempt at solution..
Elastic Storage in Hadoop using Logical Volume Management
Apache Hadoop is one of the most popular tool for dealing with Big Data.
Kubernetes: Up and Running
Kubernetes is a software that allows us to deploy, manage and scale applications. The applications will be packed in containers and kubernetes groups them into units. It allows us to span our application over thousands of servers while looking like one single unit.
HTTPD Service is not Idempotent in Nature — Make it using Ansible
HTTPD Services is not idempotent in nature and also consume more resources . So, In this article we are going to see how to make HTTPD service idempotent in nature using automation tool Ansible.
Linux Introduction: Part 1
This post is dedicated to all Linux Lovers and someone who wants to get started with same in coming posts we will try to cover each and every aspect of Linux necessary. This series introduction to Linux will focus on basics and cover below parts. History of Linux What is Linux Why we need to … Continue reading Linux Introduction: Part 1
Yum and DNF configuration in Redhat Linux 8
In this article, I'll show you how to create a local yum repository in RHEL8 with all the commands that are needed for this configuration.In Redhat Linux 'rpm' command is used to install packages i.e software. We might face some difficulties while using 'rpm' command, and the best way to use is 'yum' command.
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