I recently joined this Linux group and have been meeting some new people. One of the people that I’ve been talking to said that he’d like to create his own Linux distro, but clearly that’s a challenging prospect if you haven’t done it before (heck, I haven’t, or at least not yet). What I suggested […]
Having switched to Linux from Windows, I was accustomed to the idea of “needing” an antivirus program. Early on when I made the transition to Linux, the idea of not getting viruses seemed foreign. Therefore, up until recently, I was using ClamAV for one of those “just in case” scenarios. Thus far, every time I […]
As you may know if you read this blog with any regularity, I chat on MadIRC frequently. This morning, while there, one of my friends kindly pointed out that “…your post about I2P on Linux is shit,” or something to that effect. The truth hurts! To be honest, when writing it, I was referring to […]
While this isn’t “dark web” related, per se, it was Tor that sparked my interest in Linux in the first place. On MadIRC, where the majority of the people in the chat use Linux, we often get into comical discussions about which Linux distro is the best. It’s almost like guys showing off their muscle […]
Someone asked me this morning if I had written any posts about I2P, and I have, but not that many. Therefore, let’s discuss accessing I2P on Linux. Depending on which Linux distro you have, this can vary. For most Linux distros, this is the one that you would use: As it says in the instructions, […]
One of my friends on MadIRC was messing with me the other day and said, “Why don’t you write a blog post about how Arch is the best distro?” I’m sure he was kidding, but I thought, why not?
I’ve upgraded to Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver (which is what I was attempting to do when I crashed my system before), and it actually works now! What a concept! Now, to just get everything working the way it was before. Initially, I was having issues with my mouse. For instance, if I wanted to save […]