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  • (Epson) Configuring printers on Linux

    Configuring printers on Linux computers often takes a bit of trial and error, especially since many printer companies don’t tend to update drivers for Linux distributions as often as with Windows and Mac OS.

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  • Reviving a dead laptop with Linux

    My Acer Aspire One has been sitting idle for almost three years now, unable to boot up to Windows 7 32bit. Hard drive errors prevented operating systems loaded from USB from accessing files on disk.

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  • Setting up Sublime Text Editor for Ruby on Rails

    In this post I’ll go over how I set up Sublime Text Editor for Ruby on Rails development.

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  • Concurrency is beautiful with the Go programming language

    Golang is a general programming language designed specifically for scalable and distributed systems. One of its largest advantages is that concurrent programming is constructed as a natural part of the language, so it is able to present a far simpler approach than many other languages.

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  • (Linux) Setting up Ruby on Rails using RVM

    In this post I’ll go over how to install Ruby on Rails on Linux using Ruby Version Manager, or RVM.

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  • Ruby on Rails not so slow on Unix

    I’ve been starting to work in Ruby on Rails, and the Rails experience seems to be much smoother on Linux than on Windows.

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  • Upgrading to Debian Testing

    Last time I went over Debian’s releases and reasons to either upgrade to Debian Testing or remain on Debian Stable.

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  • Debian releases and deciding to upgrade

    Debian Stable, or just “stable”, is the default release for new Debian installs, with “testing” and “unstable” being the next releases along the development pipeline.

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