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@SMUsamaShah
SMUsamaShah / List of in-browser VMs.md
Last active April 30, 2024 13:08
List of Javascript based virtual machines running in browser
@orhun
orhun / arch_linux_installation.md
Last active July 3, 2024 21:17
Notes on my Arch Linux installation: UEFI/Secure Boot + systemd-boot, LUKS-encrypted root (XFS), LUKS-encrypted swap (with hibernate & unlocked via TPM)
@akihikodaki
akihikodaki / README.en.md
Last active July 20, 2024 07:57
Linux Desktop on Apple Silicon in Practice

Linux Desktop on Apple Silicon in Practice

I bought M1 MacBook Air. It is the fastest computer I have, and I have been a GNOME/GNU/Linux user for long time. It is obvious conclusion that I need practical Linux desktop environment on Apple Silicon.

Fortunately, Linux already works on Apple Silicon/M1. But how practical is it?

  • Two native ports exist.
@ityonemo
ityonemo / test.md
Last active July 19, 2024 06:53
Zig in 30 minutes

A half-hour to learn Zig

This is inspired by https://fasterthanli.me/blog/2020/a-half-hour-to-learn-rust/

Basics

the command zig run my_code.zig will compile and immediately run your Zig program. Each of these cells contains a zig program that you can try to run (some of them contain compile-time errors that you can comment out to play with)

@Dids
Dids / Compile_Go_for_Apple_Silicon_M1.md
Last active September 25, 2023 01:55
Compile Go for Apple Silicon (M1)

NOTICE: This guide is no longer relevant, as a lot has changed over time and Go supports Apple Silicon natively just fine now!

Compile Go for Apple Silicon (M1)

Follow these short instructions on how to compile Go for Apple Silicon (M1). From here on out, we may simply refer to it as the "ARM device".

This entire process should only take about 5-10 minutes, but please read through everything carefully, in order to avoid any potential issues along the way.

Note that at the time of writing this, Go was not yet officially available for Apple's ARM.

@lu4nm3
lu4nm3 / main.rs
Last active June 25, 2024 02:44
Tokio Async: Concurrent vs Parallel
use futures::StreamExt;
use std::error::Error;
use tokio;
use tokio::macros::support::Pin;
use tokio::prelude::*;
use tokio::time::{Duration, Instant};
pub fn main() -> Result<(), Box<dyn std::error::Error>> {
let mut multi_threaded_runtime = tokio::runtime::Builder::new()
.threaded_scheduler()
@HenningTimm
HenningTimm / rust_mem_profiling.md
Last active May 4, 2024 03:48
Memory profiling Rust code with heaptrack in 2019
@oseme-techguy
oseme-techguy / Correct_GnuPG_Permission.sh
Last active June 9, 2024 07:46
This fixes the " gpg: WARNING: unsafe permissions on homedir '/home/path/to/user/.gnupg' " error while using Gnupg .
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# To fix the " gpg: WARNING: unsafe permissions on homedir '/home/path/to/user/.gnupg' " error
# Make sure that the .gnupg directory and its contents is accessibile by your user.
chown -R $(whoami) ~/.gnupg/
# Also correct the permissions and access rights on the directory
chmod 600 ~/.gnupg/*
chmod 700 ~/.gnupg
@gagarine
gagarine / fish_install.md
Last active July 22, 2024 08:08
Install fish shell on macOS Mojave with brew

Installing Fish shell on MacOS (Intel and M1) using brew

Fish is a smart and user-friendly command line (like bash or zsh). This is how you can instal Fish on MacOS and make your default shell.

Note that you need the https://brew.sh/ package manager installed on your machine.

Install Fish

brew install fish

@krisleech
krisleech / renew-gpgkey.md
Last active July 10, 2024 14:14
Renew Expired GPG key

Renew GPG key

Given that your key has expired.

$ gpg --list-keys
$ gpg --edit-key KEYID

Use the expire command to set a new expire date: