I’m thinking about using the Linux desktop again after 4 years of inactivity. The MacOS was the desktop of choice. I’ve been happy with the switch. I don’t anticipate abandoning it any time soon. Lately I thought about sharpening up my Linux skills after having been dormant for years. I need a Linux platform that I can work with. Ubuntu is my default, but there are other distros equally interesting. Mint, Debian and Fedora come to mind. Instead of having multiple boot partitions, I might install Ubuntu as the base distro and install Virtualbox. Other distros can be fired up as virtual machines. In that way, it’s simple to manage. I just need a heftier machine that can handle several VMs running at the same time. That’s the plan for the next several weeks.
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I'm Ulysses, a Cloud Engineer at Cardinal Health based in Columbus, Ohio. I’m a certified AWS Solutions Architect. This website is my way of documenting the things I have learned in the Cloud. When off the grid, I enjoy riding my electric skateboard. I have surfed, snowboarded and played the saxophone in the past. I hope you will find this site helpful. It's powered by WordPress and hosted in AWS LightSail.