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Easy Disk Mounting – Gnome Disk Utility edits fstab for you.

I just wrote about the 5 drives I’m using with my new Manjaro workstation, and managing drives in Linux usually involves editing the file /etc/fstab and set up a bunch of options so they mount on startup, and mount where you want them to. Usually I’d go to the Arch Linux fstab or Manjaro fstab […]

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Installing WordPress Development Environments in Manjaro.

Before we do anything, let’s make sure you have enough inotify watchers configured in your Manjaro installation. Type this into your terminal: If the number is much higher than 16384 (Manjaro’s default), you’re probably good, if not, check out my article “Increasing Inotify Watchers is a Must after Installing Manjaro” to boost it up to […]

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Broke Boy System Snapshots and Cloud Sync on my Manjaro Workstation

This is a work in progress. I’m finally confronting file structure on my system so I can do “pro work”. The options and solutions are plentiful – I just need a plan. Right now, however, I’m broke. I’ve got to work with what I’ve got, and hopefully when I land my first gig, I can […]

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Increasing Inotify Watchers is a Must after Installing Manjaro

When I first installed my WordPress development setup in Manjaro, and typed npm run watch to run some gulp thing in the background, the process would stop and give me an error like “User limit of inotify watches reached”. If you are doing anything that watches files, often in coding or ide’s or even some […]