In my past blog posts I’ve been sharing how you can, with a few simple steps, you can easily block ads on your wifi network. This technique however requires that you find a running adblock DNS server that you can use. In this post, I show you how you can set up your own caching […]
Fedora 26 Final has just been released! Woot! Woot! In preparation for an actual distro review of Fedora 26, I have decided to look at the boot times and suspend times of this distro.
Update: I had to rename this post to tweaking Fedora 26, instead of Running Fedora 26. There is too much to cover in terms of post-installation tweaks alone, that it warrants its own post. I’ll cover actual usage and review in another post. Fedora 26 has just released Beta recently. I have recently done a […]
Fedora 26 has just reached Beta stage, and the Fedora team has made a Beta release, about a week ago. Fedora Linux distro has an ‘almost’ regular release cycle of every 6 months, and every release usually comes with a newer Gnome Shell version, a newer Libreoffice suite, bumped up packages, and improvements all around. […]
Well, I’m going to rant for a while. Here’s a list of random updates / rants from me.
Soon after I got my hands on the Acer Switch Alpha 12, I decided to put Linux on there. Being a Fedora fan for quite a while, I chose the new Fedora 25 Beta release which was already available at the time. Soon after, the full version of Fedora Workstation was released, and I was […]