Where did the day go? Down the rabbit hole of SysAdmin work and so, while not particularly wasted, wasn’t time well spent. It started when I decided to upgrade my server to Fedora 30, surprisingly enough, that went smoothly, took a coffee break and a lunch hour and everything came up smelling like a rose.…… Continue reading NOOBS for Raspberry Pi
Fedora 24 is official. I decided to jump in on my production server as I had just risked everything taking care of the Ants. Seriously, my Cisco, Server, and Printer/Scanner were infested in their temporary location. They have never been so clean. I was going to go straight to FedUp like I had in the…… Continue reading Upgrading to Fedora 24
When I set up my Moodle Server, one of the things that I wanted to do was be able to send the emails to the students as well as logs and various system emails.Creating your RelayIf you haven’t done so already, you need to install postfix first.# dnf install postfixNext you need to open the…… Continue reading Setting Up Moodle to Use Google Mail: Postfix on Fedora 22
The Raspberry Pi Fedora Remix provides a complete software environment for the Raspberry Pi, a $35 computer system designed to spur interest in computer science, software development, and electronic technology among young people. This software release marks an important milestone in Seneca’s Centre for Development of Open Technology’s (CDOT) applied research in building open source…… Continue reading Raspberry Pi Fedora Remix is Ready, Want Pi!
MIT has Scratch on Linux. Check the site for more details. It is interesting to note that Scratch runs on Squeak. Debian / Ubuntu Package You can download the latest Scratch package for Ubuntu from our Download page. The source code for this package is hosted on Assembla, as is the list of bugs. If…… Continue reading Scratch on Linux