Collection of 43 posts
Ubuntu Ports mirror for Mauritius officialised
ARM64 Linux users in Mauritius, rejoice! Ubuntu Ports mirror has been officialised.
Containers — why do we need multi-stage builds?
Docker is a platform designed to help developers build, share, and run modern applications. Docker Inc. was founded by Kamel Founadi, Solomon Hykes, and Sebastien Pahl in 2010. The company released Docker as an open-source software in 2013.
Google DevFest 2022
What is DevFest? DevFests are local tech conferences hosted by Google Developer Groups (GDG) around the world. Each DevFest event is crafted by its local organisers to fit the needs and interests of its local developer community.
openSUSE Board Election 2022 campaign has begun
The electronic voting for the openSUSE Board Election is scheduled to begin on 1 December and ballots will close on 15 December. Six candidates are running for three seats on the Board.
Fedora Linux mirror in Mauritius 🎉
Users of Fedora Linux in Mauritius will experience faster speed next time they update their system, thanks to a new Linux mirror closer to home.
AlmaLinux mirror in Mauritius 🐧
AlmaLinux is a Linux distribution which is binary compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). It was created by CloudLinux and it is currently maintained by the AlmaLinux OS Foundation, a non-profit to steward ownership and governance of the project.
Ubuntu 22.04 LTS ARM64 mirror in Mauritius
AArch64 or ARM64 is the 64-bit extension of the ARM architecture family. Ubuntu supports the ARM64 architecture via the ubuntu-ports repository.
Ubuntu mirror in Mauritius
Operating system updates when fast and smooth, it is always a pleasure to see. No one ever wants a slow machine because updates are hogging resources. Thanks to cloud.mu who sponsored a server and bandwidth, we now have an Ubuntu mirror in Mauritius.
Announcing the availability of two openSUSE mirrors in Mauritius
Until a few months ago, there were only two openSUSE mirrors in the whole African continent — in South Africa and Kenya. Now, Mauritius has joined the list by adding two more openSUSE mirrors in Africa.