My Battle Against Bloat Is Over

I have been absent for quite a while. This is not because I was out of ideas, certainly not, but because I was not able to find the motivation within me to create content and publish it. The current sanitary situation, as for most of you I would suppose, has seriously been getting on my nerves. I have had to force myself to get back to writing this. Do not misunderstand, I still love blogging and making videos. We are only living the beginning of this adventure all together. My return should be proof enough! Anyway, let us dig into the subject of this video. A lot has happened in almost 2 months and I cannot speak forever, so I will summarize. Continue reading My Battle Against Bloat Is Over

10 Reasons Why You Should Install Linux

I was recently asked a question which all of us should always be capable of answering, as Linux users and opensource advocates: Why should you even bother installing Linux in the first place? What does Linux have which Mac OS and Windows 10 do not offer? Let us find an answer together. If you come from a Windows environment like I did, there is certainly one thing which upsets you. Continue reading 10 Reasons Why You Should Install Linux

Testing Out Artix: Another Flavor Or Arch Linux

Artix is essentially Arch Linux, except without systemd. It sounds a lot like what I am looking for, since it will allow me to run openrc. However, it is not a parent distribution. I would really like to read your opinion in the comments. I have been saying for quite a while that I do not see the point in installing the fork of another distribution, yet this time Artix really is bringing something interesting to the table. Continue reading Testing Out Artix: Another Flavor Or Arch Linux

Yet Another Gentoo Installation Guide

As I was recently suggested by one of my YouTube subscriber, I would like to explain how to install Gentoo. I will do every step I describe in a Virtual Machine, so that it is more clear for you. To get some more information regarding my Gentoo adventures, check out my other blog posts about Gentoo. You can also follow along with the Gentoo official documentation. For this guide, I will assume that all of you intend to work with a stage 3 tarball. If you wish to install Gentoo from a stage 1 or 2, this guide is not meant for you, since I consider you are in no need of my help at the level you have reached. Continue reading Yet Another Gentoo Installation Guide

Optimizing Your Computer’s Performance

This is no joke. Nowadays, normies spend most of their time on one single program : their web browser. What if one could strive to change this digital behavior, however? What if today was the day I managed to convince you to uninstall your display manager? If you are not running GNU/Linux or a Unix-like operating-system yet, I once heard that it is never too late… Continue reading Optimizing Your Computer’s Performance

Piece Of News

My Dearest Mad-Readers, We are in for a short post today. Writing my Gentoo Installation Guide has been really time-consuming and, for those of you who are eagerly waiting for its release, let me proudly tell you that it is finished. I still need to proofread it and shoot the YouTube videos for those of you who will prefer following this adventure of mine on … Continue reading Piece Of News

Down The Gentoo Hole

Once upon a time, a fervent Arch Linux advocate desired to switch to Gentoo. Not only his own kin had recommended it to him, but his research had also led him to believe that it was the promised land from his wildest dreams. Yet he never once had dared and taken the first step on that formidable journey. His eternal thirst for knowledge, but also his quest toward absolute freedom eventually succeeded in convincing him. This is how, after many a year roaming through the Arch realm, dear Phil Wayne made up his mind and took the plunge down the rabbit hole, straight into the abyss of Gentoo Land. Continue reading Down The Gentoo Hole