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 […]
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 […]
As I’d mentioned on some recent posts, a lot of people seem to like the idea of artificial intelligence on the dark web – albeit of the mythological variety. So far, the only chatbots that I know of on the dark web are Ned (on not Evil) and a few on MadIRC. Ned, as I’d […]
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 […]
I’m happy to report that my “Linux drama” has ended (for the moment). See? Unfortunately, this required me doing a factory reset of my machine, so I lost all my data – yeah, tease me all you want. That’s why you do backups, right? Fortunately, nothing I had was irreplaceable, with the exception of a […]
Has all my talk about the dark web and malware come back to bite me in the ass? Maybe… One of my readers sent me a message and informed me that according to the site Quttera, I had malware on this very blog. For all my talk about being safe and blah blah blah, it is […]