After spending the first year of my Linux journey messing around in Manjaro, I decided that I probably know enough about Linux by now to install Arch. I took a quick look at the installation guide, got the ISO on a flash drive and booted off to a dark prompt.Continue reading “i installed arch btw”
I was having a hard time looking for a GUI music player and organizer on Linux that looks as good and feels as nice as MusicBee. The only music player on Linux that doesn’t look like shit is probably Lollypop and it does nothing to help organize my music. After using it for all this time, I decided that if I had to just use a music player that did nothing more than just play my music (ahh the irony), I might as well use a CLI player with faster keyboard shortcuts.Continue reading “cmus is the best!”
Long time no see! I am hopefully done with the exams for a year and will hopefully write some backdated posts. I completed the book on Java (kind of) and configured a new Linux setup with i3 and Manjaro.
Downloaded Android Studio from AUR and expected it to run nicely. But as everything on Linux, it looked at me and said –