Systemd and non-desktop scenarios

So we’ve been using Debian 8 as the basis of our SIOS v2 system. Debian has a number of very strong features that make it a fantastic basis for developing a platform … for one, it doesn’t have significant negative baggage/technical debt associated with poor design decisions early on in the development of the system […]

You can’t win

Like that old joke about the patient going to the Doctor for a pain … Patient: Doctor, it hurts when I do this (does some action which hurts) Doctor: Don’t do it then Imagine if you will, a patient whom, after being told what is wrong, and why it hurts, and what to do about […]

That was fun … no wait … the other thing … not fun

Long overdue update of the server this blog runs on. It is no longer running a Ubuntu flavor, but instead running SIOSv2 which is the same appliance operating system that powers our products. This isn’t specifically a case of eating our own dog-food, but more a case that Ubuntu, even the LTS versions, have a […]

diagnostics

This is something of a hard post to write, for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that the topic comes as something of a surprise to me. I am just going to state it, and then discuss it. The vast majority of people (and companies) out there, whom think they know […]