Ubuntu Desktop files and Dock

Published on 03 Apr 2019

After I did a clean install of Ubuntu 18.04 it came with Firefox reinstalled. But I also needed Firefox Developer to run along side it and I don’t remember exactly what happened, but something got screwed. My regular Firefox was installed as a ‘snap’ so it was running sandbox mode all the time (I guess? […]

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Broke sound in Ubuntu 18.04

Published on 04 Jul 2018 , edited on 03 Apr 2019
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Ubuntu script for quick Gcloud Compute CLI access

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When the mouseclick dies in Ubuntu

Published on 07 Nov 2016 , edited on 03 Apr 2019
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Goodbye Apple!

Published on 11 Sep 2016 , edited on 03 Apr 2019
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Ubuntu

Using Linux as a daily driver is a risky business unless you’re _really_ into it. I started with it because I was fed up with both Windows and OS X, and I like to have granular control over my system. I am by no means an expert with it though, so I decided to use Ubuntu as it is the most n00b-friendly and using this as my work machine as well, I need as much compatibility and ease of use as possible.

That said, expect any amount of weird issues or workflows at any moment. Any I feel like documented, you see here!

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