I've been using computers for 20 years, and I still haven't found the ideal key combination for switching keyboard layouts.
I've tried so many combinations, including adding a dedicated second keyboard for a particular layout.
The main problem is mixed text, where I find myself changing layouts every other word...
GNU Guix is an interesting system, probably the first time I extensively read a manual *before* trying something :)
Based on my install, I wrote some notes on static IP addresses, during and post installation.
Sometimes I need to post full scripts or code in a blog post. I was thinking where to put them. Self-hosted pastebin? Some kind of git system? Which one?
Then I though, I'll just add a new content type in hugo with a simple layout. I think it turned out ok.
How I use the buku bookmark manager with rofi
There've been a few posts about the Gemini protocol lately. I'm glad I checked it out.
People need to try it, before forming opinions. This big-tech mentality that software or innovation needs to have millions of users or have a target to take over the world is nonsense.
And it's very easy to start. There are many Gemini clients, like amfora, a fancy terminal based one, or Lagrange a GUI client that also works with Gopher.
Did a quick Gopher version of my website. Easier than I was expecting.
How to allow only one country, with firewalld.
Add a second keyboard with a different layout:
Also, about a VirtualBox VM selection menu:
After years and years of putting it off, and half attempts, finally forced myself to start a blog.
Started with a couple of test posts describing my login menu.