Installing leiningen on Manjaro Linux

Timo Geusch from The Lone C++ Coder's Blog

I like Lispy languages. One I’ve been playing with – and occasionally been using for smaller projects – is Clojure. Clojure projects usually use Leiningen for their build system. There are generally two ways to install leiningen – just download the script as per the Leiningen web site, or use the OS package manager. I […]

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How to speed up macOS Time Machine backups

Timo Geusch from The Lone C++ Coder's Blog

macOS Time Machine is usually set up to work in the background and not overly affect anything that’s going on in the foreground while the user is working. Under normal circumstances, this is desirable behaviour. It is not desirable when you try to take one last backup of a failing SSD before it keels over […]

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Setting up my own VPN server on Vultr with Centos 7 and WireGuard

Timo Geusch from The Lone C++ Coder's Blog

As an IT consultant, I travel a lot. I mean, a lot. Part of the pleasure is having to deal with day-to-day online life on open, potentially free-for-all hotel and conference WiFi. In other words, the type of networks you really want to do your online banking, ecommerce and other potentially sensitive operations on. After […]

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Installing specific major Java JDK versions on OS X via Homebrew

Timo Geusch from The Lone C++ Coder's Blog

In an earlier post, I described how to install the latest version of the Oracle Java JDK using homebrew. What hadn’t been completely obvious to me when I wrote the original blog post is that the ‘java’ cask will install the latest major version of the JDK. As a result, when I upgraded my JDK […]

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