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Arch guide part 12: how to use AUR aka Arch User Repository

5 hours 42 min ago
Arch has a very huge repository of packages, however not everything is available through repos and oftentimes you may have to compile packages from AUR.

Arch Linux guide part 11: how to install software in Arch Linux with pacman

5 hours 49 min ago
In this article I am going to talk about some of the basics of managing software installation (and removal) and system maintenance.

Arch Linux guide: how to install and configure Gnome on Arch Linux

5 hours 56 min ago
Now we have a working Arch Linux system and all we need is install Gnome desktop and configure it.

Arch Linux guide part 10: how to install X-server and graphics drives

6 hours 2 min ago
We now have to install the display server, graphics drivers and other crucial components before we install the final piece of an operating system: the desktop environment.

Arch Linux guide part 9: how to configure repositories

6 hours 7 min ago
It’s time to configure repositories before we head out to install the remaining components of our operating system

Arch Linux guide part 8: how to create user for your system

6 hours 39 min ago
The first thing we need to do is create a user.

Arch Linux guide part 7: how to set-up boot manager, root password and hostname

6 hours 51 min ago
Now it's time to configure boot-loader.

Arch Linux guide part 6: Install the system files

7 hours 1 min ago
Finally, it's time to get started with the installation of base files.

Arch Linux guide part 5b: Prepare hard drive for installation (GPT/UEFI)

7 hours 16 min ago
How to partition drives on Arch Linux.

Arch Linux guide part 5a: Prepare hard drive for installation (MBR/BIOS)

7 hours 25 min ago
How to partition drives on Arch Linux.

Five reasons I roll with Arch Linux, and why you should too

Sunday 7th of February 2016 03:06:15 PM
One of the strengths of Arch Linux is that it's a pure community driven project.

Mirantis expands executive lineup, bags more customers

Thursday 4th of February 2016 06:55:37 PM
This expansion and growth reflects the achievements the company made in 2015.

Jono Bacon urges users to ditch Linux and move to Mac OS X

Tuesday 2nd of February 2016 02:31:40 AM
SILICON VALLEY (Factual Error) — Jono Bacon, who recently delivered a talk on Ubuntu at SCaLE is having a change of heart. Jono is asking the Linux community to ditch the Linux kernel and switch to XNU (X is not Unix) that’s used by Apple in Mac OS X operating system. Jono wrote on his personal blog,

Inspired by Brave, Microsoft is working on its Courage browser

Monday 1st of February 2016 10:12:55 PM
Microsoft has started work on a an open source project called Courage to create an open source browser for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux systems.

Jono Bacon introduces Bad Voltage spin-off Mac Voltage at SCaLE 14x

Friday 29th of January 2016 06:33:08 PM
At the SCaLE 14x Jono Bacon (GitHub and Ubuntu fame) launched a spin-off of his extremely popular Bad Voltage show.

Java is going to die a slow painful death

Thursday 28th of January 2016 09:26:47 PM
But just like Flash and Silverlight, die it will

How to install Arch Linux ARM on ASUS Chromebook Flip

Monday 18th of January 2016 09:13:18 PM
Turn your Chromebook Flip into a Linux tablet and laptop.

In 2015 Linus Torvalds flew in a fighter jet, in 2016 he builds a car

Wednesday 13th of January 2016 04:44:30 PM
But over the years, he has acquired new hobbies. In 2015 he was spotted flying in fighter jets, experiencing g-forces in between kernel releases. In the beginning of 2016 he gave us hint about another hobby: building RC cars:

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today's leftovers

Kernel Space: Linux, Graphics

Leftovers: Software

  • Introducing Stremio, a More Complete and Powerful Popcorn Time Alternative
    Stremio is an application built with Electron that streams and plays movies, TV shows, Youtube channels, and TV channels, from torrents. Sounds familiar?
  • mt-st project new homepage
    A short public notice: mt-st project new homepage at Feel free to forward your distribution-specific patches for upstream integration!
  • letsencrypt support in propellor
    I'm using the reference letsencrypt client. While I've seen complaints that it has a lot of dependencies and is too complicated, it seemed to only need to pull in a few packages, and use only a few megabytes of disk space, and it has fewer options than ls does. So seems fine. (Although it would be nice to have some alternatives packaged in Debian.)
  • New release: usbguard-0.4
    I’m not dead yet. And the project is still alive too. It’s been a while since the last release, so it’s time to do another. The biggest improvements were made to the rule language by introducing the rule conditions and to the CLI by introducing a new command, usbguard, for interacting with a running USBGuard daemon instance and for generating initial policies.
  • The Improvements To GNOME's Nautilus 3.20 FIle Manager
  • Nautilus 3.20 Will Be a Major Upgrade, Here's What's New
    A new GNOME major upgrade is on its way, and it will ship with Nautilus 3.20. One of the developers working on it has presented some of the major features that will land.

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