9 Things to Do After Installing Fedora 37

Fedora 37 was released in November of 2022, and since then it has gained a lot of attention. Fedora supports Flatpaks by default and is running the latest Gnome desktop environment which is version 43 at this time. While it does run Gnome by default, you can find Fedora Spins with alternative desktop environments such as KDE Plasma and XFCE. Fedora is an excellent option for new users and seasoned users as well....

03-06-2023 · Adam

Install Pi-hole on a Proxmox Ubuntu Container

Ad and tracking blocker plugins are popular in most web browsers, but what if you could apply ad blocking to your entire network without a need for these plugins? This is where Pi-hole comes in, providing you with whole network ad blocking. In this guide, I will walk you through installing Pi-hole on Proxmox using a Ubuntu container so you don’t need many resources to do this. What is Pi-hole? To put it simply, Pi-hole is a DNS server that uses a blocklist to block ads, trackers, and more....

03-01-2023 · Adam

Setup XRDP on a Fedora VM for Remote Desktop

I recently rebuilt my Proxmox server and decided that I wanted to give Fedora 37 with KDE Plasma 5.27 a spin. It’s not ideal to always use the console built into Proxmox for remote desktop, as the experience is not the best. To improve the experience, I was going to install and set up XRDP to get the best speed and experience possible while connecting from my main Manjaro laptop....

02-24-2023 · Adam

Mac OSX on Manjaro Linux Made Easy With Docker

There are times, especially if you are a developer when you really need to create or test something on macOS. Luckily, there is a very easy way to do this on Linux, using Docker. There are many methods out there, such as running macOS in Virtual Box or even dual booting if you have the right hardware combination and a lot of time to fiddle with it. Running macOS in Docker on Linux is really easy thanks to an open-source project from sickcodes called Docker-OSX....

02-21-2023 · Adam

Install JetBrains Rider for C# on Linux

If you are a .NET developer and coming to Linux, you have a few different options for a development IDE. You may choose any standard text editor if that’s your thing, or you may like Vim or VS Code. If you are looking for a Linux alternative that is close to Visual Studio, like you have on Windows, JetBrains Rider is an excellent choice. Rider is a fully featured .NET IDE for Linux that also supports the cross-platform GUI framework Avalonia UI....

02-20-2023 · Adam