Linux From Scratch: Reasons You Should and Should Not Use It

Linux from Scratch (LFS) is a project that provides a step-by-step guide for building a completely customized Linux system from scratch, including building the Linux kernel, selecting and configuring hardware, writing system scripts, and more. LFS is designed for advanced Linux users who are looking to learn more about the inner workings of the Linux operating system and how to build a customized Linux distribution.

Create Reproducible Python Environments With mach-nix

Python is a popular and versatile programming language that is widely used for data science, web development, machine learning and more. However, managing python environments and dependencies can be a challenging task, especially when you want to ensure reproducibility and portability across different platforms and machines.

One common way to create python environments is to use tools like pip, virtualenv, pipenv or poetry. These tools allow you to specify your dependencies in a requirements.txt file or a similar format, and then install them in a virtual environment. However, these tools often suffer from some drawbacks, such as:

Fediverse Explained

The internet is dominated by a few giant platforms that control most of the online content and communication. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and others have billions of users who depend on them for social networking, entertainment, news, and more. But what if there was a way to escape the walled gardens of these corporations and join a more open, diverse, and decentralized web? That’s where the Fediverse comes in.

The Fediverse (a portmanteau of “federation” and “universe”) is an ensemble of federated (i.e. interconnected) servers that are used for web publishing (i.e. social networking, microblogging, blogging, or websites) and file hosting, which, while independently hosted, can communicate with each otherĀ¹. The Fediverse is a network of diverse and decentralized platforms that offer users more control over their data, privacy, and online interactions.

Push Git Repo to Two Remotes

Sometimes you may want to push your code to two different remote repositories, for example, if you want to use one service for hosting your code and another for deploying it. In this post, I will show you how to do that using git.