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Parallel Clustering

Parallel Clustering allows for multiple systems to run programs together as if they were one system. A Parallel Cluster is also called a Beowulf Cluster. In my previous article, “Linux Cluster – Basics”, I covered

Visual Studio Code August 2021

Downloads: Windows: User System ARM | Mac: Universal 64 bit Arm64 | Linux: snap deb rpm tarball ARM Welcome to the August 2021 release of Visual Studio Code. There are many updates in this version

Monthly News – August 2021

Many thanks to all of you for your support and for your donations. New website The new website which design was presented last month is now 75% finished. The vast majority of pages were written.

Visual Studio Code July 2021

Downloads: Windows: User System ARM | Mac: Universal 64 bit Arm64 | Linux: snap deb rpm tarball ARM Welcome to the July 2021 release of Visual Studio Code. There are many updates in this version

The Coming of Age of Notebooks

August 05, 2021 by Chris Dias, @chrisdias A (not so) new way of doing development Notebooks—documents that contain text, executable code, as well as the output of that code—are an interesting and exciting new way

Monthly News – July 2021

Many thanks to all our donors, sponsors and partners and all the people who are involved in helping our project and our community. We received 380 donations in June and more than 500 in July.

Linux Cluster – Basics

I hope to cover a basic understanding of clustering as well as give you a way to demonstrate making a small virtual cluster. When most people hear the word ‘cluster’ they may think that this

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LFCS – Login Scripts

When a user logs into a system there are scripts that are executed. These scripts can be manipulated to allow specific programs to be run, services to be started or stopped, environment variables to be

Visual Studio Code June 2021

Downloads: Windows: User System ARM | Mac: Universal 64 bit Arm64 | Linux: snap deb rpm tarball ARM Welcome to the June 2021 release of Visual Studio Code. There are a number of updates in

How to upgrade to Linux Mint 20.2

It is now possible to upgrade Linux Mint 20 and 20.1 to version 20.2. If you’ve been waiting for this we’d like to thank you for your patience. 1. Create a system snapshot You can