My Synology DS214Play failed last week, and I replaced it with a QNAP TS-453A. However, as they use incompatible software the first thing that the QNAP wanted to do was erase my disks. I thought …
Unfortuntately, Arch doesn't support the TP-Link
TL-WN823N by default, so you have to install the drivers by hand.
Whilst trying to build using
electron-builder on CentOS 7, I ran into the following error message:
If you're using
netctl to manage your network connections on Arch and need to connect to a hidden wireless network, make sure that you have
Hidden=yes in your config file e.g.
After upgrading YouCompleteMe recently, it stopped working. My first thought was that the libraries needed rebuilding:
This is an example of how to connect to a Cisco VPN using
netctl on Arch Linux.
I recently made it so that all my
git commits are automatically signed by my GPG key (yay!), but typing my passphrase for every commit got old very quickly.
I've been trying to build a generic RPM (PHP code only, nothing linked) that installs on CentOS 5 and CentOS 6. We used to do this on CentOS 5, but when we moved our build box to CentOS6 we started …
The recommended way to run SCL packages is by using the
scl command and starting a new session like this:
Just a quick post to make a copy of a script that I'd rather not lose. By default, the XPS15 has a fairly quiet white noise hiss when using headphones without any sound playing. Someone linked me to …
lightdm doesn't call
.xinitrc, I needed to find another way to start things like
trayer. The easiest way is to create a file called
.start-xmonad in your home directory, and point the
As I run vanilla xmonad, I don't get nice things started for me when I boot up. Though I normally install packages with
dpkg -i package.deb, sometimes I want to use the software centre and I need to …
This post is a quick one for me, as I'm sure I'll need these rules again at some point. I'll probably need to mix and match the rules, but these ones should cover most bases.
Ever since I first started using Linux, I've been using package managers to manage my system. Coming from a Windows background I wasn't really sure on how compiling from source works, how to …
Since I started using i3, every now and then it would seem as though my keyboard's stopped working. Usually, I just reboot the machine and it starts working again. This time though, I wanted to try …
I use Solarized on everything, so when I started using Ubuntu again, not having it on there wasn't really an option. Unforunately, there's no easy way to install it on Ubuntu, it's very much left to …