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Configure a Lubuntu 14.04 Development Image

I tend to follow a model of disposo-images for new development projects.  I create an image in ESXi for a project, put just the tools I want into the image, use it only for a month or two and then blow it away when I have either finished the project or simply want to return to a clean environment.   710 more words

Eclipse

Developers' Analysis Report 14.04 (September Update)

Lubuntu XELLINK Edition 14.04 was released in May. This report is an update from the previous version released in may, for those who which to know the inner workings and general direction of the operating system, especially for high end users who wish to emulate the system or find concepts to create their own operating system.  850 more words

Lubuntu

Construction Day

Site Updates

I’m starting out with a quick update on how things are going on building the site. I finished the bare bones structure yesterday and managed to get my feet wet with the first blog post. 265 more words

Odroid

Hardware and software progress in Linux

“Do not fear difficulty. Hard ground makes strong roots” – Ventari Tablet (Guild Wars 2)

The good thing about Linux is that we were better off than when we first started. 514 more words

Lubuntu

Linux Minecraft Server: Part II

Now the real fun begins!

OK, so it’s definitely a good idea to read through the official Minecraft server tutorial if you’re new to servers or Minecraft or both. 338 more words

Minecraft Server

Linux Minecraft Server: Part I

In order to set up a Minecraft server on my old Dell Inspiron Mini 10 netbook, I wanted a clean install of the operating system I was using, Lubuntu. 219 more words

Minecraft Server

And in a move that mirrors life, Lubuntu spontaneously resolved its installation issue by itself. Only took 5 separate effing install attempts :-/

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