When booting between Debian and Windows on my laptop, I used to have to re-pair my Bluetooth devices each time. In this guide, I’ll show how I copied the pairing keys from Windows and used them in Debian so everything stays paired between reboots.
For a limited time, Celeste is available as a part of Epic Games’ Free Games Collection. Unfortunately for Linux users, this version is Windows-only and requires the Epic Games Installer to download. In this short article, I’ll show you how to get the game running under Debian.
I’ve been playing around with IPFS (the InterPlanetary File System) which describes itself as “[a] peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol to make the web faster, safer, and more open.” I had some questions that weren’t easily answered in the IPFS documentation. In this article, I’ll be going over some of those questions and how I answered them through exploration.
I recently loaded the setup defaults on my ThinkPad after trying to diagnose a
boot problem and this cleared the UEFI boot entries leaving me unable to boot
my installed OS. In this article, I’ll show you how to recreate a new boot
fallocate command allows you to instantly allocate disk space without
having to write to any of the data blocks. It’s a near-instant operation and
much easier on your solid-state drive.
Lenovo offers two options for updating the UEFI firmware: using a Windows-only
program or booting from a CD. In this article, I’ll show you how to make a
bootable flash drive from the firmware update CD image using
When creating a new repository, previously I would have to set
user.email manually, but something like
firstname.lastname@example.org is a bit hard to
Using what I learned from Project specific git author, without the gas pains,
I created an alias that will set the
user.email config setting to the appropriate value:
git config --global alias.github 'config user.email "email@example.com"'
Now when starting a new project that I plan to host on GitLab, for example, I can run the following commands to get things started: