Last week, Microsoft announced PowerShell is now open sourced and available on Linux and OS X. I wrote a blog post on how to get PowerShell installed on Ubuntu 14.04, 16.04, and Mac OS X 10.11.6 if you want to check it out since this post will focus mainly on how to install the AzureRM
Yesterday, Microsoft and Jeffrey Snover announced PowerShell is now open sourced and available on Linux and OS X and is available for download here. The blog post goes into great detail the journey to where we are now with PowerShell being available on platforms other than Windows, and there’s even a Channel 9 video demoing it
I went to DevOps Days Portland last week and got the awesome opportunity to demo Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10’s latest Anniversary Update build. Below are some of the deeper questions posed by attendees, ops, enthusiasts and everyone in between. If you have a question I didn’t cover, please add it in the comments!
As I mentioned in my Windows 10 Anniversary Update post, Bash is on now on Windows, and I thought it would be beneficial to share 15 Ubuntu Linux commands every user should know. Below is my complied list, but if I missed any, please feel free to add a comment and help the readers out! sudo
In this post we are going to cover how to deploy a Linux VM using the Microsoft Azure ARM portal, Azure CLI, and the template and VHD we created in the previous post. First, you will want to ensure you have Azure CLI installed. You can download it for free here. Again, you will want