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For example, tools such as kubectl are verb-first: kubectl get pods kubectl edit statefulset mystatefulset kubectl describe -n namespacename resourcetype/resourcename While other tools are subject-first: docker image ls docker stack deploy --compose-file="/path/to/my/file" stackname docker node update nodeID --label-add="key=value" A common argument in favor of the verb-first approach is that it is closer to the English syntax, and thus more natural to use and remember. However, it also usually makes --help messages more complicated to navigate (for example, I might know that there is an ls verb but I need to run another help command before I know what I can actually list). What do you people think? Is one better than the other in your opinion, as users? Do you prefer a mix of both, depending on cases? submitted by /u/Ullaakut [link] [comments]

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Hi, im looking to make a linux workstation for vfx. Im planning to use the following softwares: Mainly Blender with Octane render Substance painter Nuke So far I've been looking into Ubuntu 19.04 and Ubuntu studio, but it does seems like that Ubuntu studio has its focus on Audio softwares if im not mistaken. But it's not really clear to me what's the difference is between the two distributions. Any help is greatly appreciated :) submitted by /u/derpti [link] [comments]

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Hey guys, Where I work we got around 20 servers ( r210, r710, hp dls,) that they are just not in use anymore and I got permission to come at weekends and do whatever I want with them. What are some cool things I could do to have fun and also learn a thing or 2 ? I have used proxmox for years but never got to use it's full potential (HA, ceph) so I was thinking to start with that. I do work daily on Linux machines so I got a good understanding. Any ideas or stories to share would be great. Cheers submitted by /u/giotsaousis [link] [comments]

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I'm looking for a compact wireless keyboard that will work with Linux. And it must be available with a Nordic keyboard layout printed on the keys. I live in Sweden and want to have the same keyboard layout that I use elsewhere. So far I've only found the Logitech K380, K810, and Apple's Magic Keyboard. Any other candidates I should consider? submitted by /u/cthart [link] [comments]

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