Install Postman in Linux Desktop

I should rename the title to “Install Postman in POP OS” as recently I have been working on a POP OS. This thing is sleek. I love the workflow. It comes with default FLATPAK and no SNAP. I did not want to use snap.

So here I am, installing Postman from their binary compressed file.

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My Understanding of Taints, Toleration, and Node Affinity from Kubernetes

As of 16th October 2022, We have Kubernetes Version 1.25.2 and It follows X.Y.Z versioning where X is the major, Y is the Minor and Z is the Patch version. From 2014 to now, It has grown so much that we all might agree that this Software is one of a kind.

I am not here to talk about its maturity and usefulness or similar. I have first been introduced to this tool back in 2015 as it was an Alpha version back then which made me hate my life a lot of time configuring and managing self-configured clusters. I should not feel low by accepting that I still have very little knowledge about this tool and practices related to Kubernetes. But over the years I tried to make it work for me and simplified my understanding. From version 1.6, Taints, Toleration, and Node Affinity got extra focus as they got a promotion to Beta. Let me share my thoughts about them.

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“When I teach a class” Frank Gehry said, “the first thing I do with students is ask them to write their signature on a piece of paper. And we spread them out and I say, ‘They all look different and that’s you, and that’s you, and that’s you, so stay with that forever.’”

Investigate Sockets when Working with Linux System

If you do work with Linux Servers or Linux Systems like me, you must have heard about the command “ss“. If you are not sure, you might know “netstat“. Netstat is obsolete now. The features it provided now can be obtained or achieved by “ss” and some other commands.
If you check the man page of Netstat you will find these lines.

This program is mostly obsolete.  Replacement for netstat is ss.
       Replacement for netstat -r is ip route.  Replacement for netstat
       -i is ip -s link.  Replacement for netstat -g is ip maddr.

You can also find some replacements table from this google spreadsheet link.

I am not going to talk about the legacy command of “netstat“. The purpose of this article will be about “ss“.

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“I want to sing like the birds sing, not worrying about who hears or what they think.” - Jalāl al-Dīn Muḥammad Rūmī
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