Monthly Archives: February 2018

PostX Gnu/Linux 0.5 RC released

Disclaimer: You use PostX Gnu/Linux at your own responsibility. The author of (JJ Posti) or any other party is not responsible if any kind of damage or harm will occur . NO WARRANTY is given and the user therefore agrees to use this software at his/hers own risk.

PostX Gnu/Linux 0.5 RC has been released and is based on Debian Stretch(current stable). In the end I decided to stick with Debian base because transitioning into a new base takes a bit longer than I originally aspired. This image is a release candidate. The final 0.5 image will arrive in a near future.  Download PostX Gnu/Linux by clicking this link or any other link found on this page. Continue reading

Run Gui application in a Docker

This post was originally released on 14th of January

RunIT Browser was first introduced in PostX Gnu/Linux Debian base. Now, since Fedora base is coming there are dependency issues, which will inhibit RunIT functionality.

One way to run the browser is via Docker. With below commands you can easily run RunIT Browser in a docker container. Here I will be running a Debian Stretch based container.

On a local machine

#xauth list –> Copy the code after COOKIE-1 or similar. This might be needed on some cases.

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Changing IP to static on Fedora,CentOS and Oracle Linux

This post was originally released on 14th of January 2017.

DHCP is great but there usually comes a time when you need to make sure that your IP stays always the same. This post outlines the steps you can take to setup a static IP on Fedora, Centos and Oracle Linux.

Before you begin do these two steps in terminal:

yum -y install net-tools

ip a

After ip a, you will see something like this:

2: eno1: <BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1500 qdisc fq_codel state UP group default qlen 1000
link/ether dc:4a:3e:43:dc:1c brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
inet brd scope global dynamic eno1
valid_lft 68056sec preferred_lft 68056sec
inet6 fe80::593e:cf18:df4e:f815/64 scope link
valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever

Take note of your network adapter name(eno1).

Get your current IP (inet line)

Broadcast address(brd)

Get your gateway details by typing route -n

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