v14.2 Release Update #1 - 27 more appliances

Wow, has it really been almost a month since I announced v14.2 Core?! Looks like it has! Time flies when you're having fun I guess... :)

v14.2 Core Release - Improvements to Confconsole, including easy Let's Encrypt SSL certs

Just shy of a year since our v14.1 release I am relieved to announce that Core v14.2 is finally ready for prime time!

It's been a while in the making, but v14.2 Core is now available for immediate launch in the cloud via the Hub. Amazon MarketPlace builds are on the way too, although no ETA at present. (Almost) all of the other builds (e.g. ISO, OVA, Xen, Proxmox etc.) can also be downloaded from the Core appliance page.

v14.1 Release - Bugfixes, Maintenance and More

About seven months after the release of v14.0 we are proud to announce the updated v14.1 release.

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All of the v14.1 appliances are available for immediate launch in the cloud via the Hub. Amazon MarketPlace builds are on the way too although no ETA at present. All the other builds (e.g. ISO, OVA, Xen, etc.) can be downloaded from their respective appliance pages (eg. LAMP, WordPress Node.js etc). Alternatively the entire library can be downloaded via one of our mirrors.

systemd sysv init compatibility mode: how it works and troubleshooting when it breaks

systemd sysv init compatibility mode is magical. That is in the sense that it tries to handle compatibility with sysv init scripts while you are distracted looking somewhere else.

When it works it works well, but when things break it makes troubleshooting more difficult. Especially if you don't understand what's going on behind the curtain.

The first thing you need to understand is that this probably doesn't do what you expect:

Python's timeless principles of good software

$ python -c 'import this'
The Zen of Python, by Tim Peters

Beautiful is better than ugly.
Explicit is better than implicit.
Simple is better than complex.
Complex is better than complicated.
Flat is better than nested.
Sparse is better than dense.
Readability counts.
Special cases aren't special enough to break the rules.
Although practicality beats purity.
Errors should never pass silently.
Unless explicitly silenced.
In the face of ambiguity, refuse the temptation to guess.
There should be one-- and preferably only one --obvious way to do it.
Although that way ma

Bug hunting with the scientific method

I've never come across a problem I couldn't solve using the following technique / problem solving methodology, and I've come across some tough ones.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_method

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v14.0 stable release - Massive Community Effort!

Drum roll please... May I proudly introduce: The TurnKey Linux v14.0 release!

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A long time coming...

Wow is it mid September already!? What has happened to the year?!

Marching towards v14.0 RC2

Update: v14.0 stable is available in all build types: OVA & VMDK, Proxmox, OpenNode & Docker (Proxmox build is somewhat generic LXC/OpenVZ container) and Xen & OpenStack.

How to build a TurnKey appliance ISO from source

[UPDATE:] This blog post has been converted to a Doc page and has had some updates since this post was published.

TurnKey v14.0 RC1 is LIVE! (aka we need YOU!)

Update: v14.0 stable is available in all build types: OVA & VMDK, Proxmox, OpenNode & Docker (Proxmox build is somewhat generic LXC/OpenVZ container) and Xen & OpenStack.

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