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Fedora How-To

Fedora, Firefox and h264

Or, getting Netflix, Plex and a bunch of other services to actually, finally work in Firefox. Fedora has been a go-to of mine for quite a while. I tend to live on the Ubuntus for the support they offer on the web, and popularity overall. Every new derivative distribution nowadays seems to be based on […]

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How-To Ubuntu

Installing Nextcloud in Ubuntu

Or, using snaps to dump large amounts of files at once, easily. Over the past few months I’ve convinced myself that I’m in need of a shared storage solution for the house, and sometimes, the most useful of these, sftp and samba, can be cumbersome to get going on the first go-around for someone unfamiliar […]

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Fedora How-To

Prevent Sleep on Lid Close in the Fedora 30 Terminal

One the ideas I’ve been kicking around lately is whether or not to leave OpenMediaVault behind in favor of a vanilla Fedora 30 server on my personal NAS. The main reason for going with OpenMediaVault in the first place was that I wanted an easy to configure Samba server. However, as I’ve adopted Linux full-time […]

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How-To Linux Mint

Coming Home to Mint

Less so now than years ago, distro hopping is still something I’m compelled to do. I tend to stick with the *buntus, yet, every so often, a new feature or desktop will hit a distro outside of my usual orbit, and I’ll get the urge to try it out. Fedora is one of those far […]