NFS (Network File System) is a fantastic way to share files between Linux and UNIX machines. In this video, Jay walks you through the process of setting up an NFS server on Ubuntu, complete with a walkthrough on mounting the exports. Not only that, you’ll see how you can utilize AutoFS for on-demand mounting as well.
Ubuntu 22.04 and Kubernetes recently Broke Compatibility with Each Other (and how to work around it)
Here’s another blog post today, that I’m creating for the same reason as the previous one. It took me a bit longer than I’d like to admit to figure this out, and if anyone else out there is wondering why their automated Kubernetes builds on Ubuntu 22.04 started failing on them suddenly for no apparent reason. Specifically, your Kubernetes cluster builds started failing on December 9th. (You literally can’t make this stuff up). So, after troubleshooting for countless hours I finally figured it out. I mentioned it to Jeff Geerling (yes THAT Jeff Geerling) and he mentioned I should write a blog post, in case it may help someone else. I figured that his suggestion was logical 🖖, so here it is.
What’s the problem I’m referring to? If you’re attempting to initialize a Kubernetes cluster on Ubuntu 22.04 and you see error messages that include output such as this:
CRI v1 runtime API is not implemented for endpoint
Or maybe even this:
unknown service runtime.v1.RuntimeService
Continue reading and I’ll let you know what the issue is, and how to fix it. I’ll also sneak in a quantum science reference and it’s going to be a good time.
Linux Crash Course – Understanding Logging
The Linux Crash Course is a series of tutorials that will teach you a fundamental Linux-related concept in each episode. This time around, the spotlight is on logging. In this video, you’ll see some examples of log files that exist in Fedora as well as Ubuntu.
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Ubuntu 22.10 is a HUGE improvement over 22.04!
Ubuntu 22.10 is here, and with it comes the full GNOME 43 experience. In this video, the October 2022 release of Ubuntu is reviewed, which will include some of the new features, and final thoughts as well.
I wrote an Entire Book with Free and Open-Source Software
LibreOffice, an office suite from the Document Foundation contains all the features you’d expect in an office suite, including (but not limited to) the ability to create text, spreadsheet, and presentation documents. So why aren’t more people using it? In this video, Jay discusses some of the unreasonable stigma LibreOffice suffers from. Is LibreOffice inferior to Microsoft Office? Well, Jay wrote an entire book with LibreOffice – and naturally, has some thoughts!