Infinite BusyBox with systemd

By Charles Fisher In this article, I demonstrate a method to build one Linux system within another using the latest utilities within the systemd suite of management tools. The guest OS container design focuses upon BusyBox and Dropbear for the userspace system utilities, but I also work through methods for running more general application software so the containers are actually useful.

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Development Release: TurnKey Linux 14.0

By distro@distrowatch.com Jeremy Davis has announced the availability of a release candidate for TurnKey Linux 14.0. The new TurnKey release candidate is based on Debian “Jessie” and features TurnKey’s Core and TKLDev editions. These editions are available as 64-bit builds only as the TurnKey project now considers 32-bit x86 to….

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Welcoming The 2015 Phoronix Summer Intern

This summer on Phoronix we’ll be welcoming Eric Griffith to the team, a student from the California University of Pennsylvania. Eric will be an intern at Phoronix via his journalism program at the university. Eric has already written about his new laptop with Linux and he’ll be writing many more Linux/open-source articles on Phoronix over the next few months. Please join me in welcoming him to his summer internship. He’s prepared a few remarks to get started…

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Open source has to be more than Linux

Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen, to my fourth installment of Six Degrees. Thanks for the tremendous support, suggestions, and feedback since I kicked this off. It all helps me to write something that is hopefully worth reading.read more

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