This is the second video in a forthcoming series on web application development and related topics. This video assumes you’ve gone through the steps in Screencast 1: Preparing VirtualBox for Ubuntu Server 18.04.
When I start a new project, I carry out the same basic steps. In most cases it starts with a server install of Ubuntu. Watch the following screencast where I walk through the initial dev server setup I use for Ubuntu 18.04.
In this screencast, I’ll walk you through installing and the first steps to configure an ubuntu server 18.04 in a virtual machine on your local workstion. I’ll assume you have a fresh virtual machine for ubuntu with the disk image mounted. Now we can start the virtual machine and begin the ubuntu server install process.
The screencast is divided into 4 parts with the video notes at the end of this post.
Part 1: Ubuntu Server 18.04 install in VirtualBox
This is the first video in a forthcoming series on web application development.
When I start a new project, I carry out the same basic steps. In most cases it starts with a server install of Ubuntu. Watch the following screencast where I walk through the steps for setting up VirtualBox for Ubuntu Server 18.04.
In this screencast, I’ll walk you through setting up a virtual machine for Ubuntu server. I intend to install the server in virtualbox on my mac workstation for a local development environment.
Reposted from: Coworking Sackville - Steve Scott Art Opening
From June 12, 2017
Join us at The Commons this Friday to celebrate one of our Dynamic members’ art! Steve Scott is one of the founding members of The Sackville Commons, a talented Computing Technology Design Scientist, amazing father, athlete & entrepreneur– Steve Scott’s art is a celebration of the natural beauty of New Brunswick.
In a previous post I described my exit from social media save for one holdout: Instagram. I intended to keep a presence on Instagram, at least for a while longer, because of my photography. My Instagram experiment, as I have been calling it, came to an abrupt end because of a privacy over-step on Instagram’s part.