This post is a very small example of how you can start creating small web apps with Rocket which extensively uses Rust under the hood. This post will just give an idea about how to get started if you are totally new to rust.
Rocket is a web framework for Rust that makes it simple to write fast web applications without sacrificing flexibility or type safety. All with minimal code. - rocket.rs
Start by installing rust nightly on your system or virtual box:
This article will talk about the rewrite of the live-usb creator for Windows which is Fedora Media Writer .
Requites for the process
1.Admin Privileges of the system
2. HDD space of about 5GB
3.Flash Drive of 8BG
4.Good internet access
Steps to follow
1. Download the .zip file from here [Thanks To Martin!]
2. Extract and zip and run liveusb-creator.exe with admin privilege
** Before you race off and run the rest of steps. A point to note that you will require a good amount of space in the hard disk partition as the Fedora Media Writer will be downloading the image in this folder before writing it to your USB.
** Make sure the USB flash drive is blank as this process will be wiping all the data before writing Fedora in it.
Hey Folks , this is sincere effort to bring into notice that people who want to stay on top of the game in terms of bleeding edge. The most important part is to check if the kernel version is supporting your system fine. If it does , then its awesome but if it doesn't you might wanna report it to the team with the proper failure logs which might be helpful for future references.
To get started with , you need a bleeding edge kernel to start with. You can get the latest kernel from Bodhi.
Most of the kernel(s) are updates and hence you need to enable update-testing repo to install the kernel from the update-testing repo.
Once you have enabled the update testing repo , you can also disable it by executing "dnf config-manager --set-disabled updates-testing".While I'm writing this the latest kernel in update-testing for f25 was "kernel-4.9.10-200.fc25"
Once , you are done installing now , comes the part of checking if all the virtal features of your machine…