Announcing the “Everything but Ubuntu” Blog:

By | 2009/03/08

Based on much of the feedback in regards to my desire to blog about more than just Ubuntu I’d like to announce a secondary blog,  I’ve been using this site casually for the past few months, just for little things here and there, but I would like to try and focus now on expanding it to everything I’m working on.  Currently it has a number of posts about FreeBSD, including installation and running services.  I’ve started a section regarding Cisco, which I’m working with quite a bit now day to day.  It also has other things mixed in here and there.  I’m going to be spending some time migrating my scattered personal wiki notes onto that blog.  Topics that you’ll likely see soon:

  • Creating an RHN Satellite Server (without Red Hat Satellite) – CentOS
  • Creating SSH Jails – CentOS
  • Pinning Processes to Specific CPU – Linux
  • DBAN (Darik’s Boot-and-Nuke) via PXE – CentOS

…and more.

I’ve added an RSS Feed to the new theme which will display the latest posts from this alternate site.  You can find this in the upper-right corner of this blog.  You may also want to add to your RSS reader and get a wider variety of information.  I figure having two sites will be the best way to maintain a range of content while allowing for the reader to select what he does or does not want to read.

You’ll still be able to find Ubuntu related content here, and I’ll stick to that topic as closely as I can.  For all your other Linux needs, I hope you find helpful.

4 thoughts on “Announcing the “Everything but Ubuntu” Blog:

  1. Josh

    Nice! I have subscribed to your feed. Looking forward to it.

  2. Lee

    Dave, he is not saying that at all. He just mentioned that he announced a second blog that he is already using a few month now. (You can verify that on his blog.) Sometimes reading is difficult 😉

  3. Sebastian Bengtsson

    Please put this other blog also on Planet Ubuntu. Planet is for developers’ lives and not just for distro stuff. But I agree that it is better if a blog called Ubuntu tutorials only contain Ubuntu/tutorials-stuff.

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