Tag: Manjaro

So, Did Manjaro Quit Working for You Today?

 seasoned_geek  September 16, 2022  1 Comment on So, Did Manjaro Quit Working for You Today?

Manjaro quit working today, but it is Friday. Did I deploy my tried and true embedded systems root cause analysis skills? Hell no! It’s Friday and it was working before I turned it off to connect it to a KVM….

I Miss Head Crashes

 seasoned_geek  May 9, 2022

I know it seems unreal to wax nostalgic for head crashes, but at least then you knew beyond a shadow of a doubt the drive was bad. Today’s drives seem to half-fail. I was reminded of this story for two…

Lenovo M93p ThinkCentre front

Linux Distros That Suck at Multiple Hard Drives

 seasoned_geek  January 27, 2021  2 Comments on Linux Distros That Suck at Multiple Hard Drives

Some Linux distros really suck at dealing with multiple hard drives. Too many “maintainers” only have a laptop. Background You need a wee bit of background before we jump in. Hopefully you can see the featured image. Recently picked up…

i5 with super floppy

How to Install PostgreSQL on Manjaro

 seasoned_geek  January 14, 2021  2 Comments on How to Install PostgreSQL on Manjaro

How to install PostgreSQL on Manjaro (really any Arch distro) is not straight forward. Worse yet, most of the information you find online about how to do it is outdated fifteen minutes after it is published. You have to be…

i5 with super floppy

How to Install Jed from AUR on Manjaro Linux

 seasoned_geek  January 14, 2021  1 Comment on How to Install Jed from AUR on Manjaro Linux

One of the things most new (and even seasoned) users of Linux find frustrating is the organization of repositories. Linux is supposed to be the same yet when you want to install the jed text editor on Manjaro you have…