It all started in a calm morning of 2nd June, with the smell of coffee and DevOps email newsletters…then suddenly when I was building my Docker image for Drupal 8 development I realized it was taking too damn long…
When Alpine Linux first appeared, I had to give it a go, so I downloaded the first Official Alpine linux docker image and tried it. Conclusion: it was complicated.
Complicated because by then I didn’t know the importance of Docker base image size. So, in order to fight with my greatest fear: the great Alpine Linux image, I decided a few days ago to create a Slack bot having Alpine Linux 3.3 as base image. You can check the progress on my GitHub repo…
The current guide is divided in 2 sections:
- Tools that need to be downloaded before starting
- Step-by-step guide
- Flashing custom recovery will trip your knox!
- You are installing this software at your own risk. You may be violating your warranty.
Modifying or replacing your device’s software may void your device’s warranty, lead to data loss, hair loss, financial loss, privacy loss, security breaches, or other damage, and therefore must be done entirely at your own risk. No one affiliated with the UbuntuLinuxx project is responsible for your actions. Good luck.
Until this day, I’ve heard of DevOps, got to know almost everything about it, got a little into its history with a colleague from work, and found out that the concept exists since the ’90s but the term wasn’t quite fixed yet. It was just a concept that not everyone knew exactly what is with it, so basically each person had its own view about this DevOps thingy…
But this post is not about DevOps, I mean it is, kind of… it’s more about ChatOps.
Just today I found a YouTube vid with Jesse Newland that speaks about this concept during his work at GitHub. Clearly, the discussion is focused on Hubot and how it shows Build information or Show notifications in Campfire regarding Deployment, automate graphing, provisioning etc…
1. About the issue
I’m guessing you’ve already configured the Keyboard Layout for Romanian.
After installing Microsoft Office 2010 with PlayOnLinux v4.2.7 I’ve had issues with displaying Romanian fonts from documents written on other Windows 7 PC’s.
I was getting squares instead of the proper Romanian letters, specifically the problem was with the letters U+021B, U+021A, U+0218, U+0219 (lowercase & upercase T & S “with comma below”) from the standard character encoding.
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What this post will go over is how to set up SASS/SCSS support in Netbeans. In this example I am running Mac OSX but the steps should be similar for Windows or Linux (other than file locations).
What You’ll Need:
- Netbeans 7.4
- Ruby (this comes with Mac OSX)
- Ruby Gems
- Sass Gem
Let’s Get Started!
Installing Ruby and the SASS gem:
- If you have not already please install Ruby Gems. If you are using Windows or Linux you will need to install Ruby first. If you are running Windows I suggest you use RubyInstaller!
- After you install Ruby you’ll need to install the SASS gem. To do this, open up Terminal or if on Windows launch “Command prompt with Ruby” which is installed with RubyInstaller.
- Type in “gem install sass -V” The -V flag will allow you to see what it is installing in case it hangs…
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