systemd comes with a tool for analyzing boot times, called systemd-analyze.
Paru is the newest and hottest AUR Helper. From one of the developers of yay and written is Rust this project has gained a lot of traction in the Arch commuinty. This guide will walk you through the steps for installing this AUR Helper which lets you install packages from the AUR (Arch User Repository) in the same way you install packages from the Arch repos with pacman.
Tmux is a terminal multiplexer. This lets you to run multiple terminal sessions simultaniously. It gives you multitasking capabilities for your terminal and more importantly, this enables you to complete system updates even after a broken SSH connection since terminal sessions can be resumed.
This guide will show you how to start a Minecraft Bedrock dedicated server using Docker.
Update 2021-05-23: This project is no longer maintained because there is a more clean way of achieving this with only a compose file. Check out my other repo here: SebDanielsson / compose-transmission-wireguard
I just released my first Docker image! It's based on Alpine Linux and runs both WireGuard and Transmission in one container that weights in at about 30 MB. I've customized Transmission to run the excellent Secretmapper / combustion web interface and also applied my SebDanielsson / dark-combustion color palette.
I just tried out Docker for a small project and now I get all the hype around it. While searching for good guides I stumbled upon this excellent tutorial by Prakhar Srivastav: A Docker Tutorial for Beginners. If you want a deeper understanding of Docker and how it works, and not only how to spin up a container and leave it running, I highly recommend reading it. He also go through the basics of writing your own Docker image which helped me a lot.
Reflector is a small Python3 script that sort through the Arch Linux mirrors based on parameters of your choice and updates your mirrorlist.
This guide will walk through the steps for installing the Phoronix Test Suite on Arch Linux. The software will be installed from the Arch User Repository (AUR) with the help of the AUR Helperyay. If you don't have an AUR Helper you should definately install one. I have a guide for two of them: Install yay on Arch Linux & Install paru on Arch Linux.
This guide will walk through the steps for installing yay (Yet another Yogurt) which is an AUR Helper. This will let you install packages from the AUR (Arch User Repository) in the same way you install packages from the Arch Repo with pacman.
Update 2021-05-21: There is a new AUR Helper that has got a lot of traction. It's called paru and works mostly the same but is written in Rust! I have a guide for installing it as well.