Category: linux

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How to use ProtonVPN on Arch Linux

đź”—Install the necessary packages Install openvpn if needed: 1# pacman -S openvpn --needed To prevent DNS leakage you'll need an additional package, for more info see Arch Linux Wiki. đź”—Using systemd &

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Snapshot for KVM via libvirt with virsh

đź”—Context I am using KVM, and use/manage my VMs with virt-manager. But I asked myself this question: how can create or revert some snapshot? I'm giving examples for qcow2 disk images and commands are

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OpenSUSE : Install rTorrent and ruTorrent

Install rTorrent, git ang nginx: 1# zypper install rtorrent git nginx Warning: rtorrent package in official openSUSE repository is not compiled with xmlrpc so you won't be able to use it with rutorr

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ArchLinux - Temporarily resize /tmp partition

đź”—Context tmpfs is a temporary file system that resides in memory and/or swap partition(s). tmpfs is commonly used for /tmp. By default, a tmpfs has its maximum size set to half the total of RAM. Note

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Setup a proxy under Linux

đź”—Environment variables Lot of programs (such as wget, curl, pacman, ...) use environment variables to determine the proxy of a given protocol. Environment variables can be added per user in their .ba

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ArchLinux - Setup an SFTP user for Deluge

đź”—Requirement Deluge is already installed, configured and working. The deluge user looks like: deluge:x:125:125:Deluge user:/srv/deluge:/bin/false. A SSH server is already installed, configured and wo