Showing posts from September, 2016

Blogging Platforms

I started blogging last year in December. Since then I’ve switched between a lot of platforms. I’m going to talk about them.
Blogger I started blogging with Blogger, however, I deleted those blog posts. Its kinda primitive blogging platform good for beginners, but not much to do. Its a Google site, so you can expect 100% uptime. But the design and style are very primitive. However, there are templates available on the internet to modify the look, but still not easy to do such things, atleast for a normal guy.
Wordpress Then I switched to is the version, in which Wordpress hosts the site, and gives you a sub-domain. You can also get a personal domain for different prices depends upon the domain, or map one you already own, that too will little price. This as a blogging platform is good option, specially for beginners and non-technical people. This provides a good range of customization options. Also Wordpress provide few nicely build templates to use.


My Experience with Linux

Over two months passed since my last post. And this time too I’ll promise myself to update this blog ASAP.

After around 10 months with Linux, I’m more comfortable with it. Over this time, I’ve tried different distros varing from very stable ones to rolling release ones. In this post I’m going to talk about few of them.
Debian Over this period the distro that I’ve used the most is Debian. Its really good and very stable. Debian makes a good distro for servers. I’ve even used Debian cloud server for a while, and I’m using Debian on my home server everyday. This is also a light-weight distro, which will use less resources, so I’ll do fine on Netbooks or Old computers. My most favorite part is apt. Debian is one of the old distros which is being developed since 1993 and its development is not going to stop anytime soon. Also Debian project supports any given specific version for atleast 2-3 years. Thats the reason why a lot of distros use Debian as its base. Even Ubuntu is using Debian a…

Arch Linux Installation

Arch Linux A Linux distro which is commonly considered for power users. It provides a lot of customisation right from the installation process. Its very light-weight distro, and it install very few core packages at the time of installation. Also one get all the latest packages as Arch Linux is rolling release distro. Also Arch users get access to Arch User Repository aka AUR which is a comprehensive repository with tons of packages. One can say that AUR contain all the packages that you can find on any other distro.

But the installation process is little complicated as you don’t get any GUI installer instead you’ve to install it from command line only. So, here’s the step by step guide to install Arch Linux on your machine.
Steps Download the Arch Linux iso from here. Note that the iso is common for both 64 bit and 32 bit. Burn the iso into a CD or make a bootable usb from the iso downloaded and boot from it. Choose your architecture from the boot menu. Once you get to the commandlin…