UBOS is a new Linux distro that
I like for two reasons. One is that it works toward making it easy for muggles
to set up their own fully independent personal home servers with little or no
help from wizards. The other is that it comes from my friend Johannes Ernst.
Originally this article’s purpose was to discuss all the exciting happenings
surrounding the 2015 International CES “Internet of Things” Showcase in Las Vegas,
Nevada. After all, of the 3600+ exhibitors, there were fully 900 exhibitors with IoT
designation at this most-amazing-of-all trade shows, and 170,000 people came through
the turnstiles to see the spectacle!
Maybe the biggest thing that ever happened to Linux — at least scale-wise — is virtualization. As I recall, virtualization first materialized in a big commercial way with IBM, which started by putting many Linux instances on System z mainframes. more>>