When you build your .NET Core project, NuGet packages are retrieved from nuget.org by default. Sometimes, however, you might want to use a local NuGet repository. For example, you may want to:
- use private NuGet packages, but you don’t want anyone except your associates to see them.
- cache a NuGet repository at a server near your build servers
- leave your build server disconnected from the Internet.
I’ll explain how to set up a private NuGet server on OpenShift and how you can use this NuGet server when building your .NET Core project in OpenShift using s2i-dotnetcore.
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D-Bus is a Linux message bus system. Many system daemons (like systemd, PulseAudio, bluez) and desktop services can be controlled via D-Bus. Some applications can be reached via the global system bus and others are on a per-user-login-session bus.
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I am pleased to share that Red Hat is a co-sponsor of .NET Conf this year!
.NET Conf September 19-21
ONE WEEK FROM TODAY: .NET Conf is a free, live streamed, 3-day virtual developer event organized by the .NET community. Learn to build for web, mobile, desktop, games, services, libraries and more for a variety of platforms and devices all with .NET. Save the date and tune in!
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.NET Core 2.0 represents the maturation of the .NET Core development effort. This, the third release (previous releases being version 1.0 and 1.1), brings nearly 20,000 more APIs and a much richer and deeper developer experience. To put it in the vernacular, .NET Core is ready for prime time.
This blog post will show you the critical steps and configurations necessary to use .NET Core 2.0 running on RHEL inside your Linux containers.
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If you’ve been in IT for more than just a few years, you’ve probably heard the phrase “Wait until the third release” before jumping into a new technology or product. Well, .NET Core had version 1.0 and version 1.1. So here it is, the third release: Introducing .NET Core 2.0. And believe me, now is the time to jump on this bandwagon.
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As a follow-up to yesterday’s press release, I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of and support for .NET Core 2.0, the latest version of the open source .NET Core project, on Red Hat’s portfolio of open technologies. A lightweight and modular platform for creating web applications and microservices, .NET Core 2.0 provides significant new developer capabilities while enabling developers to create .NET applications across platforms, and deploy on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, and more.
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Introduction to NuGet with .NET Core
NuGet is an open source package manager for the .NET Core ecosystem. For those familiar with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), you can think of it as the “yum” for pulling libraries into your .NET Core project. Working with NuGet packages in .NET Core applications is accomplished primarily through your project’s
.csproj file and the dotnet command-line interface.
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