Latest blog posts

  • Setting up Android-x86 with Virt-Manager

    Android-x86 is a project which aims to make a flavour of Android that is suitable to run natively on any regular x86-based desktop computer. It might therefore be a good option to use Android-x86 in a virtual machine you want to run Android apps on Linux, and find other options...

  • Carving out your own little space

    Nowadays, the internet is mainly concentrated to large, centralised social media services. You have Discord rather than IRC, Reddit rather than forums, Twitter rather than (micro)blogs, etc. And I personally find that to be quite sad. I am old enough to remember a faint memory of a more decentralised internet...

  • How do people meet eachother?

    I'm fuckin' lonely and I don't know where even to start. How do I like, find people? Not on the internet, but in real life. Real people. Who you can interact with in the real world, someone you can hug and be hugged back by. Outside of school, ones you...

  • The joys of Package Management

    One of the reasons I find Linux to be largly superior over Windows is its use of package managers. For a Windows user, this might seem like a nit-pick when comparing the two operating systems but it really is a gamechanger. The implementation of package managers varies between different families...

  • 5 Useful Command-line Utilities

    I realise I need to make more clickbaity, more digestible blog posts so I will now expand into the territory of Top 5 lists. This is how you do it right? The Linux terminal is an extremely powerful tool, allowing you to access and control your entire system just by...

  • The Linux File Structure

    When I first tried out Linux, one of the things that stood out to me was its file structure. It is structured in a completely different way to Windows, and I believe that when you understand it you can see how it clearly is a superior way of structuring things....

  • ROller's rules for happy computing

    As I've switched from the dumpster fire that is the Windows operating system, I've begun going about my way of managing my Linux system in a very particular way. These guidelines, or rules, have purely existed as ideas in my mind, and I haven't thought about writing them down until...

  • Initial Commit

    git commit -m "Intial Commit"