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Microsoft recently announced Linux Subsystems for Windows 11/10. While the feature was made available to developers, Microsoft released it on the Windows Store. You can now easily get the Ubuntu subsystem for Windows 11/10 directly from the Windows Store. For now, you must be signed up for the Windows Insider program, but Microsoft plans to make it eventually available for all the users from the Fall Creators Update.

Ubuntu on Windows 11/10

Ubuntu on Windows provides Windows 11/10 users with the Ubuntu command-line tools. After installation, you can run ‘Ubuntu Terminal’ and some other command-line utilities. This feature comes in handy for most people who’ve been working on Ubuntu for quite a long time. Remember that this is not a virtualization container but a translation layer. So, the Ubuntu terminal runs parallel to your Windows and translates the Ubuntu commands to Windows system calls.

I already had Ubuntu on Windows. What now?

If you already have installed current/legacy Ubuntu, you can continue to run it as it is. Moreover, you can install distros from Windows Store, and they will be completely isolated from each other and legacy distros as well. But Microsoft recommends switching to a Windows Store distro now because the current/legacy distro will be deprecated. Also, the new WSL has been enhanced to support the installation of multiple distros alongside one another. So, I think you must switch if you plan to use more than one distro.

If you want to uninstall the legacy distro from your computer, run ‘lxrun /uninstall’ from the command prompt.

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How to get Ubuntu from Microsoft Store

The first step is to sign up for the Windows Insider program. To do that, open Settings and then select Update & Security and then Windows Insider Program. Follow the on-screen steps to complete your registration and restart your computer so that the computer can update with the changes required.

The next step is enabling ‘Windows Subsystem for Linux’ from Optional features. Run this command from an administrator PowerShell window:

Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Windows-Subsystem-Linux

Restart your computer after enabling the feature. And you will have Windows Subsystem for Linux enabled on your computer.

The last step left is downloading the distro from Windows Store.

Open the Windows Store and search for ‘Ubuntu’. Hit the ‘Get’ button to get it and once the installation completes, click on the ‘Launch’ button to begin setting up your UNIX user account.

After all these steps, you are almost done, and you can start using Ubuntu on Windows 11/10. You can launch it from ‘Start Menu’ or a CMD window.

So, in a nutshell, what we did was first enrolled ourselves in the Insider Program to have the required build number. Then we enabled an optional feature called Windows Subsystem for Linux. And then finally, we downloaded and installed Ubuntu on Windows 11/10.

In a blog post, Microsoft mentioned working to bring SUSE and Fedora to Windows. The work is near completion, and you may see these distros in the Store very soon. You can get multiple distros from the Store, and each of them will run in an isolated environment and will not interfere with each other. Ubuntu on Windows cannot run all your Ubuntu applications, but the development is on, and the future seems bright.

How does Ubuntu Run on Windows? What is WSL?

The Windows Subsystem for Linux lets developers run a GNU/Linux environment, including most command-line tools, utilities, and applications. It is like an emulator which offers a compatible environment so any Linux Destro can run through it on Windows PC.

Is WSL better than Linux?

It depends on the use case. If you need solely to work on Linux, then yes, better to install Windows on the computer. However, if you need to use Windows and Linux, you can use WSL to install Linux on Windows PC and use both.

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   MCLEAN, Va., July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Kasm Technologies is collaborating with SUSE to release SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) and openSUSE images within the Kasm Workspaces Containerized Desktop Infrastructure® platform for streaming remote workspaces directly to your web browser. The technical collaboration between Kasm Technologies and SUSE includes research and development on cloud orchestration and open-source technology for streaming desktops and applications to the browser.

A real-time on-demand demo of openSUSE Leap 15.4 can be launched within your browser by visiting: https://app.kasmweb.com/#/cast/openSUSE

"openSUSE Leap uses source from SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE), which gives Leap a level of stability unmatched by other Linux distributions, and combines that with community developments to give users, developers, and sysadmins the best stable Linux experience available." said Max Lin, openSUSE Leap release team, "Leap is a hard distribution to ignore for technology specialists; security fixes, new technologies, and updated packages give professionals a well-engineered community release that is identical to its enterprise twin."

Kasm Workspaces replaces legacy Virtualized Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) offerings like Citrix Workspaces and VMWare Horizons by leveraging SUSE Linux Enterprise Server containers rather than full-stack operating systems. This partnership enables users access to innovation without disruption and enhanced security in an operating system that boots in seconds and can be accessed through any web browser without the use of a VPN or agent.

"The partnership between SUSE and Kasm Technologies presents an ideal path for developers/testers to provide real-time on-demand access to SUSE Linux Enterprise from any device and in any location," said Ryan Kuba, the Kasm Technologies Open-Source Lead, "openSUSE Leap 15.4 workloads can then be lifted and shifted to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP4 to support enterprise-class stability and scalability coupled with world-class support from SUSE."

Kasm Workspaces' open-source images are available directly through Kasm's Docker Checked Publisher images on Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/kasmweb/opensuse-15-desktop.

ABOUT KASM WORKSPACES

Kasm Workspaces is revolutionizing how businesses deliver digital workspaces using open-source web-native container streaming technology for modern devops delivery of remote workloads to the web browser. Kasm is changing remote work using our open-source web-native container streaming technology to establish a modern devops delivery of Desktop as a Service (DaaS), application streaming, and browser isolation. Kasm is a highly configurable platform with a robust developer API that can be customized for any workload, at any scale. Workspaces is wherever the work is, and can be deployed in the cloud (Public or Private), on-premise (Including Air-Gapped Networks), or in a hybrid configuration.

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Killexams : Linux Fu: System Administration Made Easier

Linux can have a somewhat split personality. If you use it as a desktop OS, it has a lot of GUI tools, although sometimes you still need to access the command line. If you use it as a headless server, though, you probably ought to know your way around the command line pretty well. This is especially true if you don’t want to litter up your hard drive (and CPU) with X servers and other peculiarities of the graphical user interface.

Personally, I like the command line, but I am realistic enough to know that not everyone shares that feeling. I’ll also admit that for some tasks — especially those you don’t do very often — it is nice to have some helpful buttons and menus. There are several administration tools that you might be interested in using to handle administration tasks on your Linux machines. I’m going to look at two of them you might want to experiment with that both use a Web browser to provide their interface.

Why two? Well, first, it is certainly in the Linux tradition that there is more than one way to do any particular thing. On top of that — again, sort of a Linux tradition — each tool has its plusses and minuses. The Webmin tool has a huge number of plugins to manage lots and lots of different things. However, Cockpit is more modern and, assuming it supports what you need, probably more usable.

Disclaimer

Oh, and just to get it out of the way. Yes, there are some people who think tools like this are an abomination. I think it depends on your goals. If you are administering a highly-secure server for a giant corporation, maybe these tools shouldn’t be your first stop. As I mentioned, I don’t mind the command line, but I do use Webmin only because it provides Usermin which lets me provide a GUI to my friends who have accounts on my machine so they can do basic administration tasks related to their accounts. I’ve found Cockpit’s system monitoring to be nice even though I don’t do much in the way of changes using the system.

Even if you like using tools like this you really should get comfortable with the command line, at least for common tasks. One interesting tidbit though. Both tools allow you to launch a command line in your browser, at least to some extent.

Webmin

Webmin is probably not going to win any user interface awards. It is really a series of Perl modules that have a common user interface and share some infrastructure. The good news is that Webmin has an open interface and has been around long enough that if you want to manage some obscure piece of software, it is a fair bet that there is a Webmin module for that. You can also disable any modules you don’t want.

As I mentioned, you can also set up Usermin which allows ordinary users to do things via GUI. You can control what they can and can’t do, of course.

Despite being a little clunky, you can issue commands and even use an odd Web browser-based terminal. There are a few things that require Java, and that’s getting harder to find in modern Web browsers. However, most of these have alternatives (for example, there is an HTML file manager and a Java-based one).

Depending on the distribution you use, you can probably just install Webmin using your package manager. There are also plenty of tutorials for installing Webmin on the Raspberry Pi. You can always find the official release on the project’s web site.

Cockpit

Cockpit is from RedHat and is certainly the more modern looking tool. It has graphs and is very responsive. However, there’s just not the range of plugins available for it that you can get for Webmin. However, if you are using Docker, Cockpit has great integration for managing containers.

As you can see below, you can connect to one machine and then have it connect to other machines and monitor them all at one time. The figure shows two boxes, but you can add many more.

Once you drill into a specific box, you have lots of management and monitoring options including access to a shell in the browser.

There are ARM backports of Cockpit available, so depending on the distribution you run your Pi on, you should be able to get it running easily.

Tip

To get the most out of Cockpit, you need to log in as root. However, many systems now don’t have a root password at all. When you log in, you can ask Cockpit to use your password to elevate privileges when necessary. If you don’t check the box, then doing some operations (notably adding a new server) will fail.

This sort of negates the idea of using sudo, to some degree. The whole idea is to force you to reauthenticate from time to time. If you let Cockpit provide your password to sudo, you aren’t really giving yourself that protection. I get the idea that if you don’t check the box, Cockpit should prompt you for a password just like sudo would. However, when adding a new server — at least — it doesn’t. It just fails.

The solution is to check the box when you log in to let it reuse your password. Just be aware that essentially makes using sudo for privileged access meaningless.

Security

Speaking of security. Both tools contain their own SSL servers with a self-signed certificate. Presumably, you know you are connecting to your machine so the self-signed part shouldn’t bother you — you only need the encryption. However, it does mean the browser will give you a scary warning about the certificate not being trusted.

You can, of course, change out the certificate. Let’s Encrypt is a good source for a “real” certificate at no cost.

However, opening up these interfaces to the outside world is pretty scary. After all, if someone does get it, they could do just about anything. You should consider changing the port numbers, using two-factor authentication (both tools support Google Authenticator), and, if possible, keep the tools listening only on your network and use VPN or an SSH tunnel to access it.

In Closing

Personally? I keep waiting for the whole WIMP (Windows/Icons/Mouse/Pointer) fad to die out leaving us to work on the command line as nature intended. However, that doesn’t seem like its going to happen until after the apocalypse. In all seriousness, for some obscure tasks, having some menu items and dialogs can be a great help. If you don’t do much administration, these tools can be great training wheels. And like I said earlier, Usermin is especially useful if you have users that are not Linux-savvy.

Besides, like it or not, Linux is about choice. I like KDE, but I’m glad people who want to use Cinnamon or other desktop environments have that option. For that matter, when I am running on a small machine, sometimes I’m glad to have other options, too.

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Killexams : 5 Steps to Implementing Software-Defined Infrastructure

5 Steps to Implementing Software-Defined Infrastructure

The need for greater business agility is driving new requirements for faster service delivery and more efficient operations. The traditional approach of setting up new hardware systems dedicated to each new workload won’t work in today’s fast-paced, highly competitive business world. An open source based software-defined infrastructure enables the innovation and agility you need to meet your customers’ rising expectations. Here’s how to enable innovation through SDI in 5 steps.

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Killexams : Setting up a VPN Connection with Linux (Ubuntu)

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XYZ@XYZPC:/home/XYZPC/Downloads/# cd anyconnect-linux64-VERSION/vpn
XYZ@XYZPC:/home/XYZPC/Downloads/anyconnect-VERSION/vpn/# sudo ./vpn_install.sh

During installation, you are asked if you accept the license terms. This must be confirmed with y and Enter. Search for Cisco within your Launcher and start the Aapplication after successful installation.

If the application does not start from the start menu, the package libpangox must be installed.

  • For Ubuntu: XYZ@XYZPC:/home/XYZPC/Downloads/anyconnect-VERSION/vpn/# sudo apt-get install libpangox-1.0-0
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Killexams : Open Source Leads the Way to a Software-Defined Infrastructure

Open Source Leads the Way to a Software-Defined Infrastructure

In the ongoing search for greater agility, automation and efficiency, IT leaders are increasingly turning to software-defined infrastructure as the solution to their operational needs. Mature open source technologies for provisioning and managing compute, storage and networking resources are readily available today and have become the ideal building blocks for SDI. Did you know Linux is the operating system of choice to underpin the entire open source SDI environment?

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Killexams : Kasm Partners with SUSE to stream desktops to the Browser

   MCLEAN, Va., July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Kasm Technologies is collaborating with SUSE to release SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) and openSUSE images within the Kasm Workspaces Containerized Desktop Infrastructure® platform for streaming remote workspaces directly to your web browser. The technical collaboration between Kasm Technologies and SUSE includes research and development on cloud orchestration and open-source technology for streaming desktops and applications to the browser.

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A real-time on-demand demo of openSUSE Leap 15.4 can be launched within your browser by visiting: https://app.kasmweb.com/#/cast/openSUSE

"openSUSE Leap uses source from SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE), which gives Leap a level of stability unmatched by other Linux distributions, and combines that with community developments to give users, developers, and sysadmins the best stable Linux experience available." said Max Lin, openSUSE Leap release team, "Leap is a hard distribution to ignore for technology specialists; security fixes, new technologies, and updated packages give professionals a well-engineered community release that is identical to its enterprise twin."

Kasm Workspaces replaces legacy Virtualized Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) offerings like Citrix Workspaces and VMWare Horizons by leveraging SUSE Linux Enterprise Server containers rather than full-stack operating systems. This partnership enables users access to innovation without disruption and enhanced security in an operating system that boots in seconds and can be accessed through any web browser without the use of a VPN or agent.

"The partnership between SUSE and Kasm Technologies presents an ideal path for developers/testers to provide real-time on-demand access to SUSE Linux Enterprise from any device and in any location," said Ryan Kuba, the Kasm Technologies Open-Source Lead, "openSUSE Leap 15.4 workloads can then be lifted and shifted to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP4 to support enterprise-class stability and scalability coupled with world-class support from SUSE."

Kasm Workspaces' open-source images are available directly through Kasm's Docker Checked Publisher images on Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/kasmweb/opensuse-15-desktop.

ABOUT KASM WORKSPACES

Kasm Workspaces is revolutionizing how businesses deliver digital workspaces using open-source web-native container streaming technology for modern devops delivery of remote workloads to the web browser. Kasm is changing remote work using our open-source web-native container streaming technology to establish a modern devops delivery of Desktop as a Service (DaaS), application streaming, and browser isolation. Kasm is a highly configurable platform with a robust developer API that can be customized for any workload, at any scale. Workspaces is wherever the work is, and can be deployed in the cloud (Public or Private), on-premise (Including Air-Gapped Networks), or in a hybrid configuration.

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