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Found 11 articles tagged with Linux

Different ways to auto-generate Docker image tags
Various ways to auto-generate Docker image tags and use latest tag
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Tagging Docker images is important to keep track of versions of the service running and to easily roll back in case of faulty behavior of the application. The version strategy which is the most clear and understandable is tagging image with version of the application for example ... read more
Setting up .NET Core development environment on Ubuntu Linux
A quick guide for switching from Windows based Visual Studio 2017 to Visual Studio Code
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With growing popularity of dotnet Core, Git and Docker, developers who used to work mainly on Windows are now getting used to CLI environment and obviously Linux. Windows is still a development environment platform of choice, bit since Microsoft already developed and published Visual Studio Code as a cross platform IDE for Windows, Linux and Mac. Although it is still not mature as Visual Studio 2017, it is a decent tool for .NET Core applications development... read more
Simple script for building and publishing .NET Core application to Docker
Build and publish .NET Core application to Docker container or Kubernetes
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Recently I wanted to try to spin up a simple .NET Core application on my local cluster which I built in my previous article Manual setup of Kubernetes cluster on a Virtual Machine with kubeadm. The problem I had is that I needed to test applications in this cluster and deploy them as service in order to monitor potential issues behavior. As deployment of Kubernetes service needs an image to pull from, I decided to use dockerhub to push my test images, but they first needed to be created. ... read more
Creating Windows service and Linux daemon with the same code base in .NET
Cross-platform service with C# and .NET Framework
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Few months back I wrote an article on how to create Linux daemon in .NET Core using generic host class introduced in 2.1 version of .NET Core. This code works just great on Linux OS when configured as a daemon in systemd and provides more less same concept you would have with Windows Service written in .NET Framework 4.x. The code works just fine on both Windows and Linux hosts, but because it is compiled as a Console Application, you do not really get to run it on your Windows machine as a Service... read more
Differences in Time Zone Formats in .NET Core on Windows and Linux host
Overcoming TimeZoneInfo load problem on different operating systems in .NET Core
 
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Recently I was working on converting DateTime value to a different time zone because the servers are running in a different time zone than the database where data is stored. Storing DateTime values in UTC time zone is the best practice, so simple DateTime.ToUniversalTime method call solves the problem. But what in case you need to save in the specific timezone and your different server where you application is running on... read more
Different ways to set environment variable for .NET Core application
How to setup environment value for .NET Core application on Linux host
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.NET Core comes with a great feature for loading different config file based on the environment. Environment is picked up from the host environment variables whether that is Windows on Linux based OS... read more
Remote PowerShell Core session to a Linux host from Windows machine
Remote sessions using OpenSSH from Windows to Linux host
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Starting from January 2018, Microsft has made PowerShell Core 6, a cross-platform tool available not only to Windows users which was the case so far with previous versions, but to Linux and Mac users as well. Since it was tool for Windows only, it had it's own ways for remoting using WinRM unlike Linux operating systems which primarily rely on SSH. Windows is great for editing and development, I find it really comfortable to work on with so many tools and platform available... read more
Clean service stop by handling SIGTERM on Linux with .NET Core 2.1
Application stop with SIGTERM handling in .NET Core 2.1 on Linux using generic host
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Some time ago I wrote about setting up .NET Core service/daemon on Linux. Back than I was using .NET Core 2.0 SDK on both development Windows machine and Linux host machine... read more
Use different configuration based on environment value in ASP.NET Core
Different configuration per environment in ASP.NET Core
 
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In .NET framework, having separate configuration is possible by having different web.config or app.config file transformations since in .NET framework configuration is stored in XML format. You can check more on this in article Separate configuration files per build config in Visual Studio IDE... read more
Setting up .NET Core service/daemon on Debian Linux OS
How to run .NET Core application as daemon on Linux
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I found a lot of articles out here on this subject, but non of them actually made the daemon work from the first time. There was always some catch I had to chase and found in some other article posted online. In this article I will try to cover as much as possible how to setup .NET Core daemon working on a clean Debian 9 Linux machine... read more
How to setup .NET Core 2 on Debian or Ubuntu Linux distro the easy way
Installing .NET Core on Linux the short way
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Many of you who had chance to work docker and .NET Cote on Linux will agree that easiest way of running .NET Core on Linux is to pull microsoft/aspnetcore:2.0 image from docker repository and just setup your app with .Dockerfile. You will be saved of the hassle of setting up the environment and .NET Core on on the Linux machine. But what if that is not an option? What if you really need for some reason to run your application on the specific host and not in the container? ... read more

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