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Make your snap development faster

By Igor Ljubuncic on 14 March 2019

“All my centurions develop using snaps.” Julius Caesar By and large, software development can be an enjoyable process. Until you hit the first error, that is. At that point, you want to get past the stumbling blocks as quickly as possible…

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Using LXD on your Chromebook

By Stéphane Graber on 26 February 2019

Introduction On supported Chromebook, starting with Chrome OS 69, a new feature called Linux Apps was introduced. This allows Chrome OS users, on supported to install normal Linux applications from the Debian repository and have them…

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LXD weekly status #41

By Stéphane Graber on 3 April 2018

Introduction The highlight for this week is the release of LXD, LXC and LXCFS 3.0! Those 3 releases are LTS releases and will be supported for the next 5 years. The relevant release announcements can be found here: LXD 3.0 LXC 3.0 LXCFS…

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LXD weekly status #40

By Stéphane Graber on 27 March 2018

Introduction This week we released another LXD beta and two LXC betas. We also made good progress replacing the command line parser in LXD, finishing the port of the lxd command line tool with only lxc left to port at this point. Remote…

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LXD weekly status #39

By Stéphane Graber on 20 March 2018

Introduction The focus for this week was on CEPH and LXD clustering, trying to get the last few remaining pieces to work together properly. We’ve tagged a couple more betas as we went through that. We’ve also spent a good chunk of time…