In this post we will cover how to build your own derivative based on any Linux distribution, but we will be using Xubuntu 20.04 in this post as an example. I’ll not cover how to make your own Linux distribution from scratch, if you want to do that check out Linux From Scratch (or tldrlfs). There are many ways to customise a Linux distribution, in this post we will only cover one way, which is by customising the live CD.
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Preparing to Self-Host Email Written By: Jake Bauer | Posted: 2020-05-15 | Last Updated: 2020-05-15 Email is one of the oldest and most fundamental underpinnings of the Inernet as a whole. Unfortunately, it has a reputation of being very difficult to self-hos…via paritybit.ca - What's New May 15, 2020
Hello, future readers! I am writing to you from one day in the past. I finished my plans for today early and thought I’d get a head start on writing the status updates for tomorrow, or rather, for today. From your reference frame, that is. Let’s start with W…via Drew DeVault's Blog May 15, 2020
Diving Deeper Into the Small Internet Written By: Jake Bauer | Posted: 2020-05-13 | Last Updated: 2020-05-13 Yesterday I posted about making my website available over the Gopher protocol. After I posted that, I was alerted to another up-and-coming protocol ca…via paritybit.ca - What's New May 13, 2020
Tim Bray’s excellent “Bye Amazon” post inspired me to take this article off of my backlog, where it has been sitting for a few weeks. I applaud Tim for stepping down from a company that has demonstrated itself incompatible with his sense of right and wrong, …via Drew DeVault's Blog May 5, 2020
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