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  1. kat kat

    @strypey @indywatch linux-vserver dates from 2003

    about 21 hours ago from quitter.se in context
  2. strypey strypey

    @indywatch the idea is if you're virtualizing # inside itself, as opposed to another OS inside GNU-Linux, you can cheat ;P

    about 22 hours ago from quitter.se in context
  3. strypey strypey

    @indywatch GUIX came out in 2013, Docker in 2013, although it turns out Proxmox has been around since 2008

    about 22 hours ago from quitter.se in context
  4. strypey strypey

    @indywatch definitely. Containerization seems fairly new, an attempt to squeeze more performance out of servers by reducing full VM overhead

    about 22 hours ago from quitter.se in context
  5. strypey strypey

    @indywatch I have found it a bit hit and miss installing a different DE eg E-17 on Trisquel is usable bug buggy as. Prefer native if pos

    about 22 hours ago from quitter.se in context
  6. strypey strypey

    @indywatch I'm not sure E-17 is still supported (dev is up to E-21). Moksha is a fork of E-17 aimed at keeping resource use low.

    about 22 hours ago from quitter.se in context
  7. strypey strypey

    @indywatch see my comments about the fundamental differences between hypervisor/ VM and containerization. Docker is worth having a play with

    about 22 hours ago from quitter.se
  8. strypey strypey

    @indywatch is there a Puppy that uses Enlightenment or Moksha?
    http://qttr.at/1ujc

    about 22 hours ago from quitter.se in context
  9. strypey strypey

    @indywatch you're absolutely right though that this would *not* be the solution for the # ;P I'll give Puppy a try for sure

    about 22 hours ago from quitter.se in context
  10. strypey strypey

    @indywatch are you sure? I installed Docker on a Trisquel box and set up some containers inside it. No custom kernel required

    about 22 hours ago from quitter.se in context
  11. strypey strypey

    @indywatch not the same overhead as a full hypervisor handling virtual machines but similar benefits (like BSD jails too). ProxMox does both

    about 22 hours ago from quitter.se in context
  12. strypey strypey

    @indywatch containers use the same kernel and underlying OS but create a sandbox in which a single packages runs, with all its dependencies

    about a day ago from quitter.se in context
  13. strypey strypey

    Media Anthropology Network: "international discussion and collaboration around the anthropology of media"
    http://qttr.at/1uja

    about a day ago from quitter.se
  14. strypey strypey

    @indywatch easier than using a containery/ hypervisory thing? Or easier than separate partitions etc

    about a day ago from quitter.se
  15. cyberkiller cyberkiller

    Interesting idea !cycling :-) http://vengecycle.com/

    about a day ago from quitter.se
  16. strypey strypey

    @indywatch Puppy that is. We have GBit fibre, I can plug in a cable if needed. Full specs are here (Acer Aspire One)
    http://qttr.at/1tgd

    about a day ago from quitter.se in context
  17. strypey strypey

    @indywatch would it handle video conferencing, something like #?

    about a day ago from quitter.se in context
  18. strypey strypey

    @indywatch I was thinking of a single OS with multiple 'containers' (like Docker for desktops. Maybe Guix distro would be worth a play?

    about a day ago from quitter.se in context
  19. strypey strypey

    @indywatch hmm. Could work but would require rebooting all the time, and a lot of careful partition building and maintenance.

    about a day ago from quitter.se in context
  20. strypey strypey

    !listening to 'Techno-animism' by Snakebeings # # # # # # !ccmusic
    http://qttr.at/1uj5

    about a day ago from quitter.se
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