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BSSCC Linux Scavenger Hunt - Solutions

07 Apr 2022 · 8 min read

SPOILERS if you haven't completed it.

Assume all part 1 commands here are run in the home directory. Assume all part 2 commands are run in the part2 directory.

Primoprod Progress Report 2

15 Jan 2022 · 7 min read

Six months have passed since the first progress report. Since then, a flood of changes have made it in, including hundredth-class Android support!

This report will cover from where the previous left off to the present day: 21 August 2021 - 15 January 2022.

3 Reasons to Switch to Linux

30 Oct 2021 · 4 min read

In the computing world, Linux is already extremely widespread — it's near-ubiquitous on servers as well as many appliances such as smart fridges, cars, or even Mars helicopters . If you have an Android phone, you're running Linux already. So why not give it a shot on your computer, too?

Using IWD with YRDSB Wi-Fi

14 Sep 2021 · 1 min read

The iNet Wireless Daemon (iwd) is a lightweight and stable Wi-Fi manager for Linux systems. However, some configuration is needed for it to work properly on WPA Enterprise (802.1X) networks. For YRDSB:

Primoprod Progress Report

21 Aug 2021 · 9 min read

Welcome to the very first Primoprod progress report! In a similar vein to quite a few open source emulation projects (such as those I follow myself using emufeed), I'll be releasing these tidbits in lieu of daily Unstagnation shorts sometimes.

In this hopefully small series of development notes, I'll be laying out my experiences learning web development as an absolute amateur.

This report will cover the beginnings of the project to the present day: 16 July - 20 August 2021.

Handy Python Tips

29 May 2021 · 6 min read

Python is a flexible programming language that is well-known for its simplicity and numerous features that make programming in it a lot faster. This article presents just a few that might speed up your productivity a little bit.

Why Self-Host?

16 Apr 2021 · 3 min read

There are a variety of services out there that make it easy for anyone to set up their own "cloud". From Google Drive for storage to Medium for blogs, there are unlimited options in putting content out there. So aside as a learning experience, why would you take on the burden of running a server on your own machine?

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