With the new linux kernel out, Linux Kernel 5.8 to be precise, I thought I would give it a try. I had read online that Kernel 5.7 could fix the brightness issue on HP Envy laptops so the release timing for 5.8 couldn’t have been any better. For Ubuntu, you should grab the kernel files […]Read more "Ubuntu 20.04 – Installing Linux Kernel 5.8"
rbenv is a great tool which enables you to install and pick a ruby version for your application. It is light weight and works by inserting a directory of shims at the front of the PATH Install Homebrew – a great package manager: ruby -e “$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)” Install rbenv – manage different versions on […]Read more "Install rbenv and ruby"
If for whatever reason you end up with a broken rvm and quick fixes do not seem to fix it, it is better to just remove the entire rvm setup and reinstall it. This is what I did last time to remove my RVM and installed rubies. $ rvm implode Are you SURE you wish […]Read more "RVM Implode / Uninstall and RVM Install"
Let me admit … I am not Ambidextrous…I mean I am learning Linux but not Windows coz I am way behind in Linux as compared to Windows. 😀 But we all have opinions. Even those who are not using Linux talk about it these dayz. So Y shud I be behind others? 🙂 We all […]Read more "Where are we with Linux?"