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NixOS on Packet.net
Over the past several months, Graham Christensen (grahamc), Tuomas Tynkkynen (dezgeg), and many wonderful people from Packet.net have collaborated on bringing NixOS to Packet.net.
Our collaboratioon started in January with Packet sponsoring many Hydra build servers. It continued by bringing ARMv8 builders to hydra.nixos.org. It is continued again today by launching first-class support for NixOS on the Packet.net platform, directly from their panel.
...launching first-class support for NixOS...
This allows any user to quickly provision four different types of powerful, bare metal x86-64 servers in minutes.
Sign up now at https://www.packet.net/promo/nixos/
or use the promo code "nixos" for $25 in credit.
NixOS Security Advisory: Docker Local Privilege Escalation
This is a fun one because it is the first CVE taken against NixOS. A milestone!
At this point we also must thank @grahamc and the security team for their heroic efforts. Their work makes NixOS a more reliable solution.
To help them please head to Vulnerability Roundup 26.
New node2nix (v1.2.0) released.
Takt has open-sourced a tool to deploy their services from hydra.
New pypi2nix (v1.8.0) release.
- One Magic Line of Code that fixes Nix syntax highlighting in Vim
- NixOS Spring-Summer Collection 17 / NixOS, collection printemps-été 17
- Using Nix to manage multiple Ruby versions
- With alternative package management: Linux distribution NixOS 17.03 published / Mit alternativer Paketverwaltung: Linux-Distribution NixOS 17.03 erschienen
- Using NixOS (As Your Main Desktop OS
- Using Nix (NixOS) as a build system for Rust, and caching binary crates
- NixOS troubleshooting with git bisect
- Install NixOS on Vultr
Events / Meetups
Apr 22, 2017, Augsburger Linux-Infotag, Augsburg, Germany
The Augsburger Linux Infotag is a one-day conference with about 20 lectures and 9 workshops on Linux, open source software and the digital society. Admission is free. We are representing NixOS with a booth at the conference.
May 27, 2017, Reproducible development environments with Nix: Johannes Bornhold, Munich, Germany
Providing build and development environments for Python based projects is typically not without challenges. This talk presents how Nix - The Purely Functional Package Manager can be used to provide reproducible environments for development and deployment of Python based Web projects.
May 01, 2017, Munich NixOS Meetup - Hackathon & Barbecue, Augsburg, Germany
Bring the Nix project you are currently working on or struggling with and discuss it with other people. Followed by a barbecue in the evening.