I’ve been using
pass to manage my passwords for quite some time.
During the early days of use, I occasionally had difficulty configuring it on
new machines, but those days appear to be long gone. It is a simple, generic,
yet flexible system. Here’s how to get started.
Over the past few years (particularly after moving to the T470 as my main device), I have been anticipating what my next desktop workstation build will look like. For a period of time, I was convinced that I would build a muti-socket, used xeon build. Then, in 2017 AMD released their Ryzen series CPUs…
Extending a laptop’s screen to an external display can often be a nightmare. Sometimes, it might be best to just hit the reset button and configure from scratch. With KDE Plasma 5, you can. Here’s how.
After a decade of using several combinations of dual monitors, I have decided to upgrade to using a single, but better, monitor. After two years of debating, I have finally made my choice.
The last few months I have been working more with the open source automation server, Jenkins. While digging into it, I have been thinking of ways to improve my home build environment. One idea, was to utilize Jenkins to automatically build and deploy a “draft” website, so I can stage new posts/website change on my home network, before publishing it to the “production” website. Here is how that idea was Instantiated…