[gobolinux-users] Interesting and maybe relevant article
Sergio Tortosa Benedito
sertorbe at gmail.com
Wed Apr 29 02:58:10 NZST 2015
2015-04-28 14:27 GMT+02:00 Liam Proven <lproven at gmail.com>:
> On 25 April 2015 at 20:36, Sergio Tortosa Benedito <sertorbe at gmail.com>
> > El 25/4/2015 19:11, "Liam Proven" <lproven at gmail.com> escribió:
> >> On 22 April 2015 at 13:33, Sergio Tortosa Benedito <sertorbe at gmail.com>
> >> wrote:
> >> > Hi Liam, I have already talked earlier about this (I don't remember
> >> > so I
> >> > suspect you are new, thought my memory is horrible anyway),
> >> I've been on the list for 3 or 4 years now.
> >> > thought not
> >> > directly containers,I proposed using bundles(through a software called
> >> > limba),
> >> I was in that thread and I suggested that you wrote an article or
> >> blog-post explaining what the software is and does in detail.
> > I'm very sorry! My mind tends to not remember people unless I have a
> > personal memory about them.
> Don't worry -- not a problem. It's a big Internet. :-)
> >>You did write an article, but with a one-paragraph summary of each tool
> >> were suggesting which didn't explain anything about that.
> > A while ago, I did wrote another full post focused on Limba, and I sent
> > e-mail to this list, it seems it went unnoticed.
> I fear so. May I ask for a link?
Of course, here you are
https://sheosisthoughts.wordpress.com/2015/03/28/limba/ , BTW the post is
made with no assumptions made about the reader ,so it may be somewhat long.
> >> I appreciate that it is difficult to do this when it is not your
> >> native language, but you really need to *explain* and *justify* the
> >> tools you are proposing, and you have not done so.
> > I did ... T_T. BTW is that clear it's not my native language? That must
> > I make lots of mistakes, when that happens anyone willing to do so feel
> > to e-mail me. (However, the typos in words are something natural in me)
> >> > though I don't know wjat's called a container exactly,
> >> You *amaze* me. They are an important and fundamental OS concept, an
> >> integral part of AIX, Solaris and FreeBSD for many years. They are
> >> just beginning in the last year or 2 to disrupt the world of Linux in
> >> the form of Docker, which is *the* single biggest and hottest FOSS
> >> project in the Linux world.
> > I have heard about Docker, it's not like I don't know what they are
> > completely, my problem is that I haven't found anyone explaining in a
> > detailed way what containers are and how they differentiate from other
> > technologies (like chroot).
> >> > I expect them
> >> > to be very alike.
> >> You don't know what they are but that equips you to judge this? Really?
> > I'm sorry, truth be told I'm eager to understand them totally. Indeed I
> > expected someone would kindly point me somewhere where I could get some
> > useful information, anyway I'll try to search again.
> OK, I don't want to be an egomaniac, but I wrote an article about
> exactly this. It's in my Kindle ebook "A Brief History of
> Virtualisation" but you can read the instalments free on the Register:
> I'd suggest reading the other parts, too. I think there were 5 in all.
I'll make sure of understanding it, thank you.
> > Again,sorry.
> De nada.
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