Here is a list of files and directories, mini how-to, and etc. related to TurnKey Linux. It will be maintained and updated regularly.
To keep my working environment clean, I choose to use the ready-to-use Turnkey Linux Yii Framework VM in VirtualBox instead of creating everything from scratch in OSX. I plan to edit codes locally using Visual Studio Code and sync changes with VM by SFTP Protocol. Here is how I do.
Although I preferred to use SugarCRM Community Edition with English menu, it might be better to localize for easier implement. I download virtual machine from TurnKey Linux: SugarCRM and import to VirtualBox. Here are some tech notes to launch with localized menu.
Because my NetBeans is on the host while the development environment is in the guest, I need to treat Yii Framework in TurnKey Linux in virtual machine as a remote server. Here is how to make them work together.
If you launch TurnKey Linux virtual machine , the default time zone might be different from yours. It might cause issues when you want to sync files between host and guest based on date and time. Therefore, it is a good idea to setup the right time zone.
TurnKey Linux should be the easiest way to test new applications. Download, unzip, and import to your VM. Now you are ready to launch.
But it doesn’t work after upgrading my Oracle VM VirtualBox, I cannot boot to VM after importing. It just stops and halt. At first, I think something wrong with my file. But after downloading it again, it is still the same.
It’s not easy to install ZurmoCRM and that’s why I encourage beginners to Test your ZurmoCRM with VirtualBox. Although it is much faster than start from scratch, it is not perfect. You may need to modify some configurations and install extra package to keep it stable and accelerate performance.
This post will be updated when I found more optimization in the future.
When optimizing Turnkey ZurmoCRM within VirtualBox, I want to know how it handle session by thread and physical multi-core processor. I am also interested how hyper-threading works, too. Therefore, I need a replacement for top and the buil-in monitor in QTS.
I choose htop.