Always fun to go to an Expert Days event wherever I am and meet up with my friends and colleagues at SUSE! This event was October 2nd at the Westin Southfield, a very nice hotel in an upscale area, and unusual for the area, great access to parking! Expert Days are the logical evolution of the old Linux Days that I (aw shucks…) helped create back in the 2004-2006 timeframe while I was a Sales Engineer in the East Region for SUSE. The premise is to get folks together for a fun day of technical information that can be helpful … Continue reading SUSE Expert Days in Southfield Michigan
Hi all, I have been traveling a lot these days and I wanted to share some thoughts on what makes the best monitor setup for the road, both what you can take with you, and what you can do when … Continue reading Two or More Monitors = Productivity!
The Challenge: I have a LOT of .mov and .mp4 files, and a lot of work data that I have to move around and transport to and from shows etc. I need a quick way to see what the various … Continue reading HOWTO: Find the Biggest Directories with the du command
What’s the Problem? I’m a big Chrome user, I’ll admit it. Likewise, I use Safari, Firefox, Vivaldi and sometimes (but rarely unless it’s a dangerous link) Links the text browser. So what? Note: Readers have pointed out THIS article, which … Continue reading Chrome Eating Your System’s Resources?
As the author of the original Exam Cram 2 series on the LPIC-1/CompTIA Linux+ certifications, I am happy to announce that my latest book through Pearson Press is available and ready to use! The book covers all that you need … Continue reading Get My Latest Book!
Hey, we made a little video to get everyone in the mood for taking and PASSING the exams at SUSECON Washington DC. SUSECON 2016 Certification Invitation with Ross Brunson Continue reading SUSECON 2016/2017 Certification Video