Arch Experiments #1 — Removing Pacman
In our previous blog post, we pointed out that it is very easy to remove Arch Linux's package manager. But what happens if you do, and what are the risks you are taking once you do so? Is there a way to reinstall pacman? Are you able to remove the…
Gentoo Linux Review
As promised before, I've decided to go ahead and write about Gentoo. Like Arch, Gentoo is also one of the most customizable distributions of Linux, though it takes a bit more time to install than Arch due to having to compile literally everything.Gentoo has it's own build utility though,…
Is NeverWare "CloudReady" for your laptop?
Yesterday night, I decided to try out a product that I haven't put to the test in years. NeverWare CloudReady, a port of Chromium OS that can be installed on older computers and laptops, sparked my interest yet again when I saw that they introduced a Multi-boot feature so that…
Arch Linux Review
Arch is a Linux Distro for the more advanced users of Linux, it features a manual installation method using the official package manager called pacman, not to be confused with the little yellow ball we know and love.While it may be easy for advanced users to use, it can…