Jordan Cwang, the Canadian host of Linux Game Cast, has quite a bit of knowledge about, uh, things. He’s worked in I.T., app development, gaming journalism, and lots of other stuff. Here, I’ve compiled some of the most interesting quotes from the stuttering DevOps guy, for your reading pleasure. Jordan, when asked what he would […]
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Trying to Play Some Music Files in My Car
I wanted to listen to my music collection while driving around. Yet I did not know it would take this much effort to hear the songs.
The HP x2 2-in-1 Notebook, and How Well It Runs Fedora
[Update November 26, 2019] – Hans de Goede, a Linux kernel programmer, has figured out a way of partially fixing the suspend issue. He has since written patches for the kernel and have submitted them upstream. Apparently, he found that the embedded controller (EC) on the notebook isn’t like other ECs, and so doesn’t handle […]
How GNU/Linux is different from other OSes
If you’ve heard of GNU/Linux and want to try it out, then congratulations and welcome to the world of open source OSes! I hope that your experience with using GNU/Linux is a joyful and informative one. If you’ve already done a little homework, you’ve found many variations (called “distributions”) of GNU/Linux, and may be mystified […]
Connecting your JLab Intro headphones on Elementary OS
The JLab Intro headphones are a low-cost pair of Bluetooth headphones. Though not the best, the sound is still decent. Here’s how to connect the headphones on Elementary OS. First, put the headphones in discovery mode. To do this, press and hold the on/off button for about six or seven seconds, until it starts flashing […]