These are the bash shells of the Songhay System:
Ubuntu Server VM on A2 Hosting
Live production server (kintespace.com).
Ubuntu Server VM on Azure
.NET Core experiments and poor-man’s backup.
Ubuntu Desktop VM on VMware
Desktop Publishing, Blender 3D scene-building, mirroring/syncing with Ubuntu Server VM on A2 Hosting.
Ubuntu Bash Shell on Windows 10 VM on VMware
NPM/gulp/bower stack for Visual Studio.
Ubuntu Bash Shell on Windows 10 VMware Host
File backup (
Ubuntu Bash Shell on Windows 10 Studio Workstation
This is physical hardware.
Six bash environments to maintain, four of them critical…
The table is telling me immediately that the physical-hardware Bash shell environments are currently rarely used. This implies that I have to be some kind of Linux nerd to have two ‘extra’ environments to maintain. Or I am in need of cattle-herding tool that can help me maintain Ubuntu six times over.
Since I am not a Linux nerd, these are the Bash commands I know I need to run at least once a month (six times over):
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get autoremove sudo apt-get autoclean
I think I have the order wrong. I should see “Package management with APT” and “What Kind of Maintenance Do I Need to Do On My Linux PC?” for detail. According to “How to maintain a ‘clean’ Ubuntu” I might want to try
ucaresystem and just be done with it in one command—but will it break something in Windows 10?.