A few month ago, I decided to get rid of my ASUS Rog 2014 laptop. Mostly because of its weight and defective battery, thought it could run any GNU/Linux distro quite smoothly (as any old hardware can). …
This post keeps track of my KDE customization routine when installing the system from a new ISO. It comes with my Gitlab repo containing every dotfiles.
Update the system, using KDE Neon specific command:
$ pkcon update
Install KDE/Qt additionnal packages:
$ sudo apt install catimg clementine cmus easytag encfs…
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The best albums that brought me through 2020.
[5*] ORAX — Film
[5*] Waveshaper — Artifact
[5*] NewRetroWave — Magnatron III
[4*] Deadlife — Dark Nation
[4*] Waveshaper — The Disk Hunter
[4*] Deadlife — Singularity
[4*] Deadlife — Variations on the Resolve
[4*] Deadlife — Orphan
[4*] Deadlife — City of Eternal Rain
[4*] Robert Parker…
I’ve spent the last two years with Fedora, being totally satisfied by the stability it offers and the vast library of up-to-date packages. I’ve tweaked Gnome and XFCE to the bone, added a tiling WM session (i3 then Wayland) to keep on exploring new workflows. And then I wondered: what…
Post-installation setup guide, Materia style. Dotfiles available on Gitlab.
Avoid systematic check update, and boost download speed [ref.] :
$ sudo nano /etc/dnf/dnf.confmetadata_expire=2d
Enable repository RPM Fusion Free for additionnal packages (like CMUS)
$ sudo dnf install https://download1.rpmfusion.org/free/fedora/rpmfusion-free-release-$(rpm -E %fedora).noarch.rpm
$ dnf check-update
For a standard daily drive:
Quick customization routine on a fresh Fedora 31 Gnome installation / updated after Fedora 32 Workstation released
We’ll keep it simple here, I won’t take you around a full featured customization as the one you can get through Zsh.
Good news: Ubuntu 19.10 ‘Eoan Ermine’ brings Nvidia GPU drivers support by default. The drivers are installed when enabling the “Install third-party software for graphics and Wi-Fi hardware and additional media formats” option during the Ubuntu installation process.