The journey of running Arch Linux as an enterprise production server

So... When my last, recent contract work have reached the deployment phase. We found that our client is the only department in their entire enterprise that runs Windows Servers and Windows Servers only! Yet our code only runs on Linux and FreeBSD (and HaikuOS if you try really hard). We've never expected to have to... Continue Reading →

Solving QCA6174 WiFi crashing, high ping, unusable on Linux

One glaring issue I have with my laptop (using a Qualcomm NIC) is the ridiculous high pings while using WiFi. > 400ms for some packets to reach a near by machine and back is totally unacceptable. It makes ssh unusably slow and even mosh on the edge of barely usable. The situation is so bad... Continue Reading →

CERN ROOT tips and tricks

This is more of a note for myself. Over time, I've learned some useful fact about ROOT that I now wish I have known when I started using ROOT. Hopefully as a ROOT user, you could also find  some of these helpful. Tell ROOT to not show the startup banner You do: user@somepc:~$ root -l... Continue Reading →

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