Tag: Linux

  • What’s My IP, Again?

    or, I can’t remember what the commands are. I promise to write them down this time… This writeup is for people on modern Linux desktops or servers that just happen to find themselves in the terminal when they decide networking information is needed and are unfamiliar with ifconfig or would rather use its successor, ip. […]

  • 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 […]

  • The Dingo Ate My Beta

    Or, A quick review of Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo Beta The beta release for Disco Dingo was available on March 26th according to Ubuntu’s image date on the download page, and I’ve been using it since the 28th! I think that’s given me a good amount of time to kick the tires and test things […]

  • 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 […]

  • In Search of a Lightweight Desktop

    For the past few weeks I’ve been distro hopping trying to find a new Linux home, well, really, desktop environment. Because, to be honest, I’m an Ubuntu LTS guy through and through. It’s got the best application compatibility, supporting just about everything I could ask for. However, I did part ways briefly to check out […]