There's no doubt about it, the latest NZXT cases like the H7 Flow are absolutely amazing from both a performance and aesthetics point of view. However why have a tempered glass window in your case if there's nothing nice to look at inside right? You want them RGB fans and LED strips in order to really show off your FPS monster build. Well those were my thoughts at least when I went ahead and purchased my new case and several overly expensive RGB fans (model: NZXT AER RGB2). I opted to connect t…
If you're into Virtual Machines for whatever reason at all there's a big chance you've been using Virtualbox and are quite happy with it. I was the same until I saw this YouTube video by ChrisTitusTech. This post will be mostly based off of his excellent tutorial but tailored towards the Arch Linux users. Check if virtualization is enabled in BIOS egrep -c '(vmx|svm)' /proc/cpuinfo If this command returns a number greater than 0 it should be enabled. If the output is zero however, you shoul…
Ever had to put up some ad on Craigslist or Ebay only to be told your photo filesize is too large? Life is too short to manually resize and compress multiple files to the appropriate specs. Also you might want to remove your metadata as well before uploading. ImageMagick has you covered!
If like me you're used to setting up your own hosting environment on a Debian derived distro than you'll probably be surprised to know that setting up the same stack on Arch is just a tad different than what you're used to. I've put together this practical guide to get you up and running quickly.
Privacy and encryption go together like peanut butter and jelly. At the very heart of most encryption strategies is a set of keys and a key exchange. Most of you have probably already heard of PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) and are confused about GPG.
Generate a strong 4096 bit key
List generated keys
Upload key to default servers
sudo pacman -S docker docker-compose
Add yourself to the docker group:
sudo gpasswd -a
Installing a package
sudo pacman -S
Most modern distributions still ship with Bash as the default shell. While there is absolutely nothing wrong with Bash in the slightest there is another popular kid on the block called ZSH. ZSH can do most if not all the things Bash can do but with a ton of extra features to boot. It is completely modular and can be installed and configured for low-end systems while also being able to be completely tricked out if performance is of no concern. Let's install and configure this amazing shell! sud…