The interesting thing about your sudoers file is that you can edit it in a few different ways. Like say the difference between the Arch way and the Ubuntu way. Editing the sudoers file itself or using a command to do so, the job is rather painless. The importance of who has sudo privileges can […]
I have been a Linux desktop/laptop user for 9+ years. That runs the gambit, from Debian to Arch and a few stops in between. Using plane default Desktop Environments to running full on Window Managers with custom configurations. Linux has been my life-saving pastime that has gone professional. This prompted all kinds of different hardware […]
Are you new to Linux and have often wondered, what is swap space in Linux? I guarantee many of you newcomers have launched HTOP or even System Monitor and saw that SWAP space graph and asked yourself that same question. So what is SWAP space? Simply put, SWAP is extra Virtual Memory that Linux can […]
When installing Ubuntu, really any version, you need to have some things in mind. Security, power management, preferred applications, intended use, and appearance. These things make your experience good or bad. Knowing how to install what you need for work could make or break your future use of Ubuntu. So, why not accomplish all your […]
Curious of using Arch but you’re not knowledgeable enough? Try out Manjaro! Lets take a deep dive at how Manjaro works and what it has to offer!
Java, that secret sauce you never knew you needed. We will discuss the differences between installing Java on these distributions.
So, you like Arch Linux and you love KDE. Do you just make it all happen yourself? Or would you take Xero Linux for a spin? This distribution is very new, created by a newer Linux user no less. So, it has completely fresh eyes behind it all. Naturally, in the way of open-source with […]
The great thing about Arch Linux is that you may customize everything, making your system as heavy or lightweight as you wish. This can also be a pain point for maintenance. Some things require more attention than others. So SystemD timers are a great choice to execute the scripts we will end up writing to […]
The fact about security is you have to have a threat model. If not, you will be protecting wildly against mostly paranoia. So, it is good to think of what you want to protect against. We will be covering a few ways to protect your system, as Arch Linux is so minimal, it comes with […]
How do you check disk usage in Linux? I’m sure that is a question many of us have wondered especially when first learning Linux. There are many tools out there that can help us view this information about our system. In my opinion, a lot of them just look ugly, simple to understand but still […]