Linux


Install the Hugo Static Site Generator on ArcoLinux

Hugo is a lightning-fast open-source static site generator that’s written in Go. ArcoLinux is a rolling release Linux distribution based on Arch Linux. Prerequisites ArcoLinux was installed using the ArcoLinuxL ISO with the easy installation option. The examples shown in this article were performed using Xfce Terminal. ArcoLinux was fully updated using the sudo pacman -Syu command. Installation I downloaded version 0.89.4 of Hugo extended. For the latest version or a different version, see the Hugo GitHub repo.

Install Visual Studio Code (VS Code) on ArcoLinux

Visual Studio Code (VS Code) is a powerful, lightweight, and cross-platform source code editor. ArcoLinux is a rolling release Linux distribution based on Arch Linux. Prerequisites ArcoLinux was installed using the ArcoLinuxL ISO with the easy installation option. The examples shown in this article were performed using Xfce Terminal. ArcoLinux was fully updated using the sudo pacman -Syu command. Installation You could use the pacman or paru command. I chose to use the pamac command.

Install PowerShell on ArcoLinux

PowerShell is a cross-platform scripting language that runs on Windows, Linux, and macOS. ArcoLinux is a rolling release Linux distribution based on Arch Linux. Like other Arch-based Linux distributions, ArcoLinux uses pacman for its package manager. Prerequisites ArcoLinux was installed using the ArcoLinuxL ISO with the easy installation option. The examples shown in this article were performed using Xfce Terminal. ArcoLinux was fully updated using the sudo pacman -Syu command.

Use PowerShell to Create a Linux VM in Azure

In a couple of my previous blog articles, I’ve demonstrated how to create a storage account in Azure and how to create a reserved virtual IP address in Azure. Both of those items will be used in today’s blog article so I recommend reading through those previous blog articles if you haven’t already done so. The goal in this blog article is to build a CentOS based OpenLogic 7.0 VM in Azure except using PowerShell instead using the Azure portal website (GUI):