Everyone asked for it, so here it is. The recipe for the cake featured on social media. Enjoy!
As you can see, I have not made a post in a very long time. Not only that, but I’ve also managed to neglect some of my writing with many followers messaging me almost daily to continue my stories. The truth is, despite the lack of activity on here and elsewhere…
This week, I installed Arch Linux on a brand new Toshiba C75D-B7200 laptop. It features an AMD A6-6310 APU, which I needed the Catalyst drivers for on Arch for two reasons. Too many OpenGL errors with the open source driver on Steam. Absent any real configuration tools to adjust
One side says it’s about ethics in gaming journalism while the other says its about harassment of women. It probably started out as a little bit of both, but since then, the whole thing has devolved into an embarrassing display of mouth-breathing, knuckle-dragging stupidity.
While waiting for Xfce 4.12 to be developed and released, many users have taken to installing development version 4.11 on Linux. Even Xubuntu installs with 4.11 right out of the box. Xfce 4.12 was slated for release as of April 2013, but that time has come and gone.