By: Sascha Grunert

September 17, 2019 4:00 pm


Demystifying Containers – Part III: Container Images

This series of blog posts and corresponding talks aims to provide you with a pragmatic view on containers from a historic perspective. Together we will discover modern cloud architectures layer by layer, which means we will start at the Linux Kernel level and end up at writing our own secure cloud native applications. Simple examples […]

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By: Meike Chabowski

November 16, 2017 8:54 am


Unleash Your Creativity – Linux Programs for Drawing and Image Editing

The following article is part of a series of articles that provide tips and tricks for Linux newbies – or Desktop users that are not yet experienced with regard to certain topics. This series intends to complement the special edition #30 “Getting Started with Linux” based on openSUSE Leap, recently published by the Linux […]

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By: seanmarlow

November 9, 2017 12:29 pm


IPA For All, It's Not All About Beer

The Public Cloud is growing rapidly. This means more providers with different image types, requirements and backends. With all the different backends and API's how do you ensure custom images are in working order? Currently to do this testing you have to learn a new API for each provider or manually walk through each web […]

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By: Meike Chabowski

August 15, 2017 2:49 am


Open Build Service – New Image Templates Page

The following article has been contributed by Björn Geuken, Web Developer Build Solutions Team, SUSE.       Not too long ago, the Open Build Service team announced the new Image Templates Page. How to Get There Now you might ask: What’s that? Well, have a look yourself. Just go […]

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By: Meike Chabowski

August 1, 2017 7:44 am


Open Build Service and SUSE Studio Integration

The following article has been contributed by Christian Bruckmayer, Web Development Engineer at the Build Solutions team at SUSE.     I am sure you all know about the amazing SUSE Studio and you love how it abstracts the complicated process of appliance building. However, it lacks several essential features like an […]

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By: mendesdomnic

July 8, 2008 12:13 am


Thumbnail Generation [PDF/DOC/PPT/XLS/Images]

Learn how to generate thumbnails at the Linux command prompt. The article assumes you have Imagemagick and OpenOffice installed on your Linux System. To generate a thumbnail of an Image: $ convert -thumbnail 200 abc.png This will create a thumbnail of the abc.png image with 200px width. $ convert -thumbnail […]

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