I am an open source enthusiast and like to tinker around the world of Linux and all that surrounds it. From operating system down to coding. A lot of things take a lot of research, time and frustration to get working. Well meaning people often do not provide enough documentation to make it easy for one to complete an install or setup. I spend countless hours digging up information in the googles trying to implement a new feature. Over time I forget how I got the thing going to start with and will have to go back to the googles to troll multiple sites to get this information again. While I am extremely patient and determined, a lot of people might not be and tend to give up after a few hurdles. I started this blog to document proof of concept setups that I have actually performed and verified for exactly those kinds of people. Open source is all about empowering the people. I want people to experience the software instead of just throwing in the towel because it is a pain to get it working. My goal is to take the pain out of your experiences.
The usual disclaimer applies. While I take great care in documenting what I write and in good faith, I am not liable if your computer assplodes, your toaster breaks or your girlfriend dumps you after using my guides. Use at your own risk. I will however, take credit for your success and you can pay in in beer and other things that are bad for you if you so please. I welcome questions, suggestions and corrections. Hell, I will even take on challenges to get working something that has been a pain in your ass that you really want to install.