Tag: Linux

  • Running MNT Reform OS on an NVME Disk

    Running the MNT Reform 2 from an SD card is not a bad solution. It’s similar to the way a Raspberry Pi is run. However, I wanted to free the SD card slot. In this post I describe the whole process from picking and buying an NVMe SSD, to installing and configuring it. But before […]

  • MNT Reform 2 DIY Kit Review

    The MNT Reform 2 laptop was made available on Crowd Supply in June 2020. This review is for the DIY kit version, and I’ll focus on the experience of supporting this project and its vendor through crowdsourcing, the process of putting the machine together, and my first impressions. I plan to share a second post with my thoughts on […]

  • Running Multiple Redis Instances

    This article will teach you how to run one or more Redis instances on a Linux server using systemd to spawn copies of a service. INSTALLING REDIS The easiest way to install Redis in Linux is with your distributions package manager. Here is how you would do it on openSUSE: In case your distribution doesn’t […]

  • Installing SQL Developer on Ubuntu 9.04

    One of the mayor reasons why I still use my Windows box is because I havent found a subtitute for TOAD. I know I could make it work some how using wine but I just didn’t feel like it. Since Oracle is so Linux supportive I looked for something on their website and for my […]