How to install Ubuntu terminal for Windows 10

Share this postTwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmail This post will show you how to get up and running with Ubuntu 20.04 on VirtualBox.   Prerequisites You will need to have VirtualBox installed on your workstation. VirtualBox can be downloaded from here.   Steps First you will need to download the Ubuntu 20.04 ISO image from here. I am working…

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Share this postTwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmail This post will show you how to install Terraform on Ubuntu 18.04 Terraform is an open-source infrastructure as code software tool created by HashiCorp. It enables users to define and provision a datacenter infrastructure using a high-level configuration language known as Hashicorp Configuration Language (HCL), or optionally JSON. Terraform supports a number…

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How to run minikube in a virtualbox vm

Share this postTwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmail Minikube is a tool that makes it easy to run Kubernetes locally. With minikube you can run a single node kubernetes cluster on your workstation. If you are looking to try out kubernetes or need a kubernetes sand box environment minikube can be very handy. This post will show you how to…

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Share this postTwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmail This post will show you how to install packer on ubuntu 18.04. Packer is an open source tool for creating identical machine images for multiple platforms from a single source configuration. Packer is lightweight and runs on every major operating system. Packer does not replace configuration management tools like Ansible, Chef or…

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How to install Ubuntu terminal for Windows 10

Share this postTwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmail   Ubuntu on Windows allows you to use Ubuntu Terminal and run Ubuntu command line utilities like bash, ssh, git, apt and more on Windows. This post shows you how to install the Ubuntu terminal on Windows 10 Steps First you need to enable Windows Subsystem for Linux. To do this open…

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How to change screen timeout on Ubuntu desktop

Share this postTwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmail I like using Ubuntu desktop when doing development work but I find that the default screen lock timeout settings can be a bit annoying. If you want to extend the amount of time your screen is inactive before it times out then this is how you do it. In the top right…

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Share this postTwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmail Docker provides container software that is ideal for developers and teams looking to get started and experimenting with container-based applications. If you are looking to explore docker then a local install on Ubuntu desktop is a good place to start. The following steps should get you up and running with docker on…

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