Welcome to my website.

It's mostly a collection of articles about Linux stuff, a sort of diary of important changes I made to my system or how I solved a particularly tricky problem. Whatever I deemed worth remembering.
Sometimes their value to others - or even myself - is questionable. If that is the case they are tagged as such.
There's also articles about my small projects, mostly bash scripts, maybe some themes or other creative computer stuff.

There will also be photgraphy and some music when I have rescued more stuff from my previous, crashed blog. There's no reason why there couldn't also be some real life blogging rants & articles.
I don't do Facebook or other "social" sites apart from a handful of Linux forums, maybe I need some sort of outlet.

Shortly, this is an incredibly messy site, exactly the way one should not do it.

I hope you enjoy and find something useful.

I am not a computer professional. I have no particular reason for running a web server, it's really just a hobby; on the other hand computers and the internet are becoming more and more essential to our civilised lives, and I think it's good to know how they work and be able to fix things; be in control.

I started using Linux in 2012. Today I run Arch Linux on my desktop, Debian Jessie (oldstable) on my kitchenserver and Armbian on my Pinebook.

This site is built with the pico cms, and a much hacked version of the NotePaper Theme, which provides tagging capabilities. Thanks & respect.
Just like in my browsing habits, this site stays clear of javascript and cross-site requests.