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15:45 Wed Apr 22 well if there ever is a roadmap. Roadmap and Keeping Appliances Up-To-Date
11:31 Wed Apr 22 Is the OS Debian or a derivative (e.g. Ubuntu)? Converting a virtual disk image: VDI or VMDK to an ISO you can distribute
10:29 Wed Apr 22 RE: AWS Latency Mapping AWS data centers for fastest connection
09:22 Wed Apr 22 AWS latency Mapping AWS data centers for fastest connection
03:38 Wed Apr 22 Strange... Upgrade Tomcat appliance
03:22 Wed Apr 22 Hi Andy Upgrading a Joomla 1.6 appliance to the 2.5 version
03:16 Wed Apr 22 SMB/Samba is not secure over internet SAMBA shares have ROOT as owner, no one else can write to them
03:10 Wed Apr 22 Thats cool, but did you try TurnKey Drupal? YADIT, or Yet Another Drupal Install Tutorial
02:56 Wed Apr 22 Cool idea (concept Idea only) ISO file with other templates inside
02:44 Wed Apr 22 Nope there still isn't one... Roadmap and Keeping Appliances Up-To-Date
02:25 Wed Apr 22 Possibly... Debian 8 (Jessie)
22:06 Tue Apr 21 v14.0 TKLdev Debian 8 (Jessie)
18:17 Tue Apr 21 Easy Fixed Extending an LVM volume: Physical volumes (partitions) -> Volume groups -> Logical volume -> Filesystem
15:27 Tue Apr 21 closing the loop :) Roadmap and Keeping Appliances Up-To-Date
03:32 Tue Apr 21 dpkg-divert Converting a virtual disk image: VDI or VMDK to an ISO you can distribute
02:07 Tue Apr 21 'BuildTasks' now publicly available TKLdev build: ISO to OpenVZ?
00:17 Tue Apr 21 Simplest would be ... Extending an LVM volume: Physical volumes (partitions) -> Volume groups -> Logical volume -> Filesystem
00:05 Tue Apr 21 0% available Extending an LVM volume: Physical volumes (partitions) -> Volume groups -> Logical volume -> Filesystem
00:15 Mon Apr 20 whoaaa SAMBA shares have ROOT as owner, no one else can write to them
20:27 Sat Apr 18 Just had a look if I still had what I had done... TKLDev Control Questions