How to get started with Linux, Linux servers and Docker on Google’s new Linux platform

Google is starting to get serious about Linux hosting.

Its announcing a new hosting platform called Linux Starter.

The platform lets you setup your own Linux server and build your own Docker image.

If you’re not familiar with Linux hosting, the basic idea is you install a few pieces of software on your Linux machine and then run a few tasks on it, like running a web server and watching videos.

You can do this on a dedicated server or a private box.

Then you can connect your home computer to your Linux box to run the tasks that run on your private Linux machine.

That’s where the startup parts of Linux come in.

In addition to running Linux tasks, the new platform is built around Docker, the open source Linux-based container technology.

Docker runs on a virtual machine, like a virtual private server, that acts like a physical box.

If the VM dies, it leaves behind the container that runs it.

You could also run Docker on a host, like the new Linux Starter box.

Linux Starter also offers advanced features like virtualization, which allows you to run Docker inside a virtual environment on a Linux machine instead of a physical server.

It also includes support for Docker Swarm, which lets you run multiple Docker containers in parallel.

Google is releasing Linux Starter today.

It’s available for free to all users, though a paid version is available for $10 a month.

The Linux Starter platform will have an Ubuntu version soon, Google said.

You’ll also be able to use Linux Starter to host a Linux desktop or Linux mobile application on Google Cloud Platform, Google’s cloud-based service that is used by other Google services like Google Maps and Google Search.

Linux can be a challenging platform for new hosts to set up.

Google said there are two ways to get up and running with Linux.

The first is to get an existing Linux server, such as one from Google Cloud.

The other is to install the new Starter software.

This is where the Docker images for Linux Starter come in handy.

The starter software will be hosted on GitHub, Google announced.

The code for the starter software is available on GitHub.

This means you can build your first server and then get Docker to run it.

The software also lets you build a Docker image that can be used to run tasks in your private container.

The idea is that you can have a Docker container running in your home virtual machine and have it serve as your private Docker image, which can then be used by another private Docker container that you set up for your home Linux server.

You won’t be able get Docker Swarm to run your private containers, but you can use Docker Swarm inside your private box as a virtual server.

The developer of Linux Starter is named Daniel Schumacher.

Schumachers software is a tool that allows you and your company to host your own private Linux box and have other people host your Docker image on GitHub or Google Cloud Storage.

That way, you can make sure that you have a working private Docker server that is ready to go.

For example, you might have a server running on your home machine that you want to run in a virtual box, and you want other people to host that box in their own private Docker box.

Google says this is a very easy way to setup Linux server on your own machine.

You just run the software and it will create a private Docker repository.

It can be set up in seconds, it’s very easy to set it up, and the software is secure, Google wrote.

It said the starter program can also be used for private Docker containers.

You don’t have to do anything special to get Linux Server running on Google cloud, but that doesn’t mean you have to use the software on that machine.