Tag: Linux

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Hyper-V: How to run Ubuntu (or any Linux) on Windows

I recently needed to install a Linux distro (Ubuntu being my favorite) in Hyper-V on Windows 10. I needed to do this because some internal builds of Couchbase were temporarily broken on Windows, but I still needed to use the...

Tux, the Linux Mascot

Installing Sync Gateway on Alternate Linux Distributions

Introduction Couchbase’s Sync Gateway supports several platforms, including Linux. Unfortunately, there are a huge number of Linux distributions. It simply isn’t feasible to create and test installations for all of them. As of this writing, Couchbase distributes two packages for...

Introducing Couchbase .NET SDK Core 2.4.0 DP1!

The new “hotness” in the Microsoft .NET world is .NET Core Framework: an open source, cross platform (OSX, Linux, and Windows) implementation of the .NET framework. In an effort to provide the very best developer environment, today Couchbase is releasing...

Summer Project 2016 update: The Couchcase Rises

Last time, I blogged about getting the most important pieces of the Couchcase together. I installed Ubuntu on 3 Intel Compute Sticks and installed Couchbase Server on them. It’s been a while since my last update, because I ran into...

/ September 15, 2016

Often Overlooked Linux OS Tweaks

There are two simple linux OS level settings that people seem to be overlooking setting correctly on their production systems I have seen. These are documented elsewhere, but they keep coming up and seems like they need some quick review...

IPTables Firewall Settings for Couchbase DB and Couchbase Mobile Sync_gateway

It is all too common for people to just turn off IPtables instead of actually figuring out what ports to open. I have to admit I have done it myself. Well we need to stop that. IPtables is our friend, really....