Making life easier with PXE
Welcome to Part Two of our journey into setting up a network-based installation environment. Having already established our openSUSE Installation Server in Part One, we're now ready to dive into the next exciting phase: Installing and Configuring PXE.
Preboot eXecution Environment (PXE) is our key to booting up an operating […]
I'm back to Building Servers from Scratch
Playing around with Kubernetes and Edge Computing has opened up a world of possibilities for me, especially when it comes to breathing new life into the older equipment in my lab. Take, for example, my old Intel NUC i5 with 16GB RAM. It used to be a virtual […]
openSUSE Leap is a robust and reliable Linux distribution, built from the same source code used to build SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE) making it binary compatible with one of the most trusted operating systems to run mission critical workloads.
For those coming from CentOS/RHEL or other distributions like Debian or Arch, we have created […]