Not Crashing Your System is Good!

I’ve upgraded to Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver (which is what I was attempting to do when I crashed my system before), and it actually works now! What a concept! Now, to just get everything working the way it was before. Initially, I was having issues with my mouse. For instance, if I wanted to save […]

Linux Drama is Over! (For Now.)

I’m happy to report that my “Linux drama” has ended (for the moment). See? Unfortunately, this required me doing a factory reset of my machine, so I lost all my data – yeah, tease me all you want. That’s why you do backups, right? Fortunately, nothing I had was irreplaceable, with the exception of a […]

Linux Drama: I Was Frozen Today!

Before they make memes illegal here too, I’ll post this: Now that that’s out of the way – this morning, I was doing an upgrade to my Ubuntu system, and everything seemed to be going well. As a guide, I was following this article: How to Upgrade To Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver I started with […]

Getting the Hang of Linux! (Really.)

Some of the bros on MadIRC were messing with me about giving some variety to the blog, and suggested that I document my Linux learning process for you all. After all, the “dark web” isn’t always as fascinating as it’s made out to be. So, as I’ve mentioned, my particular Linux distro is Ubuntu, which […]

Creeping Back to the Dark Web!

by Ciphas So, after the brief setback I suffered in Looking for Linux!!, I’ve found a temporary solution.  I have an old computer I can use for the time being, so I can continue writing, coding, etc.  It looks a lot like this: One of the things I have in mind to do for future posts […]

ChaosVPN Part 2: Hack to School!

  When I first started working on this ChaosVPN project, I never imagined what fun it could be.  It has required a bit of extra effort and learning, but I like that sort of thing! However, I want to stress that ChaosVPN isn’t a replacement for Tor or other anonymity tools; in fact, the creators […]