Ryzen is great, and the low-end chips are ideal for home servers, but there's a compatibility issue with Linux. When the server idles, the CPU switches to the C6 power state and causes a hard lock; nothing gets logged, the server just freezes and has to be rebooted.
Fortunately, you can disable th...
Alpine Linux is great, and its stripped-down, light-weight design is part of its appeal. However, that also means that sometimes things that "just work" on every other distro, present a few challenges on Alpine, and often need multiple steps to get them to work. BTRFS is one of those things, and its...
I just encountered an issue on my Manjaro installation that prevented me from installing any software from Pacman due to key signing errors (eg.
ERROR: 962DDE58 could not be locally signed.). This results from an error with the GnuPG local master key, which becomes unable to sign other keys. Fortu...
I use Manjaro with i3 on my laptop and I have my laptop set to suspend when I close the lid. However, a few days ago, I realised that when it suspended in this way, it didn't lock - when I open the lid again, I'm just presented with an unlocked session!
After a bit of searching, I found that some...
I run Manjaro i3 on my desktop with both a 4K monitor connected via DisplayPort and a 1080p monitor connected via HDMI. When I suspend my machine, the DisplayPort monitor shuts off and fails to correctly turn back on when the system resumes - everything is moved to the 1080p monitor and the 4K monitor remains off.
I've so far found two workarounds for this issue, the first is simply power-cycling the monitor before resuming the system and the second uses
xrandr. Neither of these is a perfect solution, but it's better than rebooting!
My University emails are run through Office365 and I was trying to set up access to them via Exchange Web Services (EWS) in Evolution. I managed it before, but I've since reinstalled my computer. Unfortunately, I kept getting 404 errors every time I tried to set it up because outlook.office365.com couldn't be found and Evolution EWS (helpfully?) guesses at other possible paths if the one you specify fails - it was ultimately trying to connect to my University's domain, which then issued a 404.
I wanted a page that would list all of my projects, but I didn't want to have the additional effort of maintaining it and I didn't want to risk it going out of date. Fortunately, with Twig, it's prety easy to have a page be automatically generated based on it's children.
Now, all I need to do is create child page within my "Projects" folder, give it a short summary to describe what the project is, which is useful anyway, and then the entry will be automatically added to the main Projects page.
At some point, I might make this a bit more complex, with sections for different types of projects (eg. Python, Grav, Raspberry Pi) but for now this suits my needs.