Learn Linux Basics

Not long ago, I shot a video about the 5 most basic Linux commands a beginner should know. I began my learning journey with this lot, and I found it most satisfying. Of course, I spent little time in the terminal back then, compared to today, but I still felt like a magician. Have you ever performed an update from terminal ? It could not be easier, yet seeing the lines of text crazily going down in that black box is something I have never gotten tired of. Continue reading Learn Linux Basics

MOC : A Music Player For Terminal

As a minimalist, I like utilizing the most lightweight tools and programs. I want to have a simple lifestyle, and being able to play music directly from terminal echoes this volition. When it comes to choosing which piece of software is right for me, I will rather believe in performance than in a falsely appealing design which will consume all my RAM in the background. Continue reading MOC : A Music Player For Terminal

Presentation Of My Dotfiles

I would like to share my personal configuration files with you (aka dotfiles). If you are not running GNU/Linux, it may give you an idea of what dotfiles are, but even if you are, beginners and some more advanced users may appreciate to find some model to inspire them. Of course, all my programs are not fully configured but some are riced to my liking and I am eager to present them to you ! Continue reading Presentation Of My Dotfiles

Which Gnu/Linux Distribution You Use Does Not Matter

I would like to use some ink on a topic which has already been explored at length, today : which Linux distribution should you run as your main desktop OS and why it does not matter. I know there is a lot of hate all over social networks from Ubuntu users (and other Debian-based distros) toward Arch users and vice versa, since everyone is convinced their ways are better than the others’. Continue reading Which Gnu/Linux Distribution You Use Does Not Matter

Google Alternatives

My Dearest Mad-readers, Google has become omnipresent in our society, like several other Tech Giants, such as Amazon, Facebook and Apple. They are so powerful but also so viciously helpful that most people would not even consider getting rid of them. They would not even imagine how dangerous it can be to let them rule the market as they please. As I tend to encourage … Continue reading Google Alternatives

How To Protect Yourself From Ads & My Partnership With Amazon

My Dearest Mad-Readers, Does everything always come down to money ? I do not believe so. Yet, not only can money contribute to your happiness and well-being, it is also necessary to survive in our capitalist society. As I am giving my best to grow this blog and deliver quality content to you, I have decided that I want and will continue striving to earn … Continue reading How To Protect Yourself From Ads & My Partnership With Amazon

Which Text Editor Should You Use As A Programmer?

When I began my journey as a programmer, there was one question which always kept coming back. Which kept bothering me. I absolutely needed to pick a text editor. One that would be easy enough for me to be able to focus on coding, but also one which would be popular enough. It would have been a shame for me to invest time into an editor if it became obsolete a year later. So, here is our question : which text editor should you use ? Continue reading Which Text Editor Should You Use As A Programmer?

How To Install Linuxmint And Become A Linux User

My Dearest Mad-Readers, Today, I am re-publishing a post which may be of use to you and which I first released on my second blog todayilinux. Some of you may have noticed I re-organized my menu to make all categories more accessible to you. This way, tech and Linux enthusiasts won’t have to search for hours to find the articles interesting them and all of … Continue reading How To Install Linuxmint And Become A Linux User