Posts Tagged ‘systemd’

I like to have permanent SSH connections from (a VM on) my home network to the various virtual private servers (VPSs) that I have scattered around the globe as these give me SOCKS proxies that I can use to make my web traffic appear from the US or the Netherlands or wherever (as mentioned in […]

Back in March I wrote about Using Overlay file system with Docker on Ubuntu – those instructions applied to Ubuntu before the switch to systemd e.g. 14.04 and earlier. The move to systemd means that changes to /etc/default/docker don’t have any effect any more. To get systemd to dance along to our tune needs a file like […]