There’s an old story about the person who wished his computer were as easy to use as his telephone. That wish has come true, since I no longer know how to use my telephone.— Bjarne Stroustrup
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Tag Archives: ArchLinux
As of the date of this post, Xilinx Vivado 2016.2 works fine on Arch with minimal coaxing. Said coaxing is documented here in case it will be useful for others. 1. Install ncurses5-compat-libs from AUR, or the installer will hang … Continue reading
My 5-year-old T510 has been showing its age, mostly by falling apart (speakers died, parts held on with gaffers tape, occasional probably-thermal GPU lockups, etc.) and I decided it was time for a replacement. Unfortunately, the laptop market right now … Continue reading
In another episode of fixing things for the Cameras as Computing Systems class I’m taking, I made a PKGBUILD that apparently correctly builds and installs chdk-ptp on Archlinux systems. Chdk-ptp is a tethered-control application for Canon cameras running CHDK, that … Continue reading
I just ran my first major-version-number Linux kernel upgrade, and nothing caught fire. The “no fire” is mostly thanks to the Arch maintainers, who held it until a clean upgrade path and driver compatibility was established, so props to them.