Thoughts on the pinebookpro (Part 3)

This is a follow-up on a previous entry One step closer to daily driver!! Working from home is possible with the pinebookpro I managed to connect to my workplace’s VPN, however it took some digging around: first of all, we have a Linux VPN package, so that’s already something, (kudos for showing Linux some love);… Continue reading Thoughts on the pinebookpro (Part 3)

Terminal bling

Followup on my previous entry related to my wallpaper. I just wanted my terminal to look nice since I spend quite some time on it. I use zsh by the way, but there are similar instructions for bash as well. I’ll just document the steps I followed (2 alternatives) powerline-shell Install powerline-shell (more configuration options… Continue reading Terminal bling

My nerdy wallpaper

Just recently I found an interesting package in AUR, it’s called pacwall. Since I use Manjaro the installation quite simple through pacman or pamac. The goal is simple, to have a visual representation of your installed packages and their dependencies. for more information and how to use it consult the repo I just typed: pacwall… Continue reading My nerdy wallpaper

Linux and Art mix

I just felt the need to document my latest Linux issues: First, some context, I like painting with watercolor and have been doing it for quite a while now but in the last couple of years material such as paper (I used Arches 300g) has become quite expensive, which made me think that perhaps it… Continue reading Linux and Art mix