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Archive everything!

8 Nov 2020 3 minute read 11 comments uthus2000

It is time to start archiving. Actually, It's well past time to do that, but you can still start. With the MSM denying or down playing riots, arson, thievery, etc., we may at some point have to pull out videos or pdfs that we've saved over time...

CryptoSmarts 6: Best PC & Linux Operating Systems For Privacy

30 Oct 2020 6 minute read 2 comments MintDice.com

CryptoSmarts 6 MintDice is proud to bring you the sixth part of the CryptoSmarts series, a 100% unbiased/non-affiliate paid article set that will focus on relatively simple ways you can boost your privacy, take power away from overbearing governments...

Factory Reset on Smartphone and Windows and Linux

28 Oct 2020 2 minute read 0 comments 0fajarpurnama0

Factory Reset Android Factory reset is an action of returning a device into its initial state when it was still in a package. There are many reasons for factory reset: Resell your device as second hand or giving it to someone. You feel a negative...

Disable or Customize Windows 10 Update also Linux and Android

23 Oct 2020 4 minute read 4 comments 0fajarpurnama0

Problem Sure that updates are important for securities and bug fixes that you should at least schedule an update once in a while. However, windows automatic update is now a problem and no longer just an annoyance. If you missed the initial option of...

Compress Multiple Image using Windows Resizer and Image Magick Linux

22 Oct 2020 2 minute read 1 comment 0fajarpurnama0

Utility A few days ago, I converted a handbook about maintaining Gumbrih Village's blog that I made during community service program in my Bachelors in 2014 into a blog post or webpage. Other than to fill my blogs, it is to enrich my online curricul...

Ever wonder how to view the progress of cp, mv, dd, tar and other coreutils commands? 'progress' is there for you.

10 Oct 2020 1 minute read 0 comments norep

What is 'progress'? Have you ever needed to move or copy a large file with the command line and had to sit there, staring at a blinking cursor while you have no idea how much longer it will take? Well 'progress' is the program you have been looking f...

How to setup a virtual machine using QEMU

23 Sep 2020 2 minute read 0 comments ssmao

Configuring a virtual machine using QEMU may seem complicated, mainly due to the command line being scary, but the program proves itself to be not only easy to use but also very powerful. Here is therefore a quick start guide. Creating the image file...

How to type accented letters in Linux using the compose key

15 Sep 2020 2 minute read 0 comments ssmao

With this article you'll learn how to setup the compose key in order to insert nearly every character you'll ever need without doing stressful copy-paste. This guide works for Linux running Xorg.  What is the compose key? The compose key is pressed t...

How i managed to install 64 bit Opensuse in a 32 bit UEI having intel Baytrail mini laptop .

26 Aug 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Randa

 Install 64 bit Opensuse in 32 bit UEFI device Opensuse is a wonderful OS for expert and mid tier linux users . But currently it doesn't support 32 bit Uefi booting out of the box . Unlike Ubuntu and debian based distros , we can't just copy a booti...

How to fix broken Presearch extention on Linux

10 Jul 2020 2 minute read 4 comments dragons

Presearch can be great if you want something similar to Brave, that is earning some free alt's while keeping your daily habits and routine.One can set up Presearch to search through Google which often gives results we actually want. This is a problem...