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Using Docker as non-root

Normally you need to run docker as root:
$ sudo docker run hello-world
If this is going on your nerves, you can add your normal user to the docker-usergroup. 97 more words

Linux

More Notes to the Future

Instead of talking about image analysis, this post will document the setup of a multiuser multisite ELN based on WordPress. Lots of the hard work was done by… 3,588 more words

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Umuntu Ngumuntu Ngabantu

1700 hours. 10 Months. That’s the length of my service year. But I could also measure it in cups of coffee: at least 2 cups per day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon; sometimes even 3-4 on a day when I need a little extra push. 790 more words

Humanity

A Better JavaScript Compact Disc Encoder (FLAC)

abcde is a fantastic tool for transcoding audio from cd to for lossless playback on personal devices.  However, I wondered…could I build the same thing with JavaScript ES6 + NodeJS?   273 more words

Ubuntu

Puppet, OpenStack, where to start? Ceph

Ten months into this job, and I still feel like an OpenStack novice, but it feels better than a couple of months ago at least. In fact last week we had what I felt was a big automation win, where we deployed a Ceph OSD node from bare metal to joining the cluster without any ‘manual’ intervention. 475 more words

Tech

Docker - Ubuntu - bash: ping: command not found

Docker images are pretty minimal, But you can install ping in your official ubuntu docker image via:

apt-get update
apt-get install iputils-ping

Chances are you dont need  79 more words