For the unaware, Arch follows a strictly do-it-yourself philosophy. That means, you have to install, configure, and set it up all by yourself- no cheat codes and no GUIs.
A few weeks ago, I woke up to a terrible feeling. An emptiness, caused by the overuse of macOS at work and Ubuntu at home. I craved something different, something other than routine. So I once again donned my “distro hopper” hat in the pursuit of an ideal second operating system.
As weird and funny as it may sound, Ubuntu isn’t able to play sounds on my laptop‘s 3.5mm headphone jack. Yes, the gentle, innocuous, innocent headphone jack that we all love and use. And mine’s not even a super-fancy laptop with uncommon hardware. It’s a Dell Inspiron 7000 series laptop with an Intel chipset. How […]
After serving me dutifully for more than 4 years, my MacBook Pro 13″ (early 2015)’s battery died. It was a terrible sight. I was in the mid of a programming spree when that happened. There was a powercut and, whoosh, everything disappeared from the screen. It was puzzling at first. I thought my laptop had […]
It’s fun! No doubt about that. If you are a web developer or a cloud enthusiast like me, you will love DigitalOcean. I found it to be a true personification of creating cloud infrastructure that scales as you grow. Unlike the wild pricing jungles of Azure and AWS, DO has a pretty neat price sheet. […]