Few laptops mostly HP come with default OS as Windows, so they always try to boot from Windows EFI system. They by default look for EFI/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi even you have already installed grub. To deal with this kind of situation you have to mainuplate the efi boot file, so every time it looks for efi boot … Continue reading How to default boot GRUB along with windows 10 on UEFI Boards
Please follow steps below to auto switch your wireless network profiles. This is useful when you frequently switch between your wireless networks i.e home and office. 1. Install wpa_actiond, dialog and wpa_supplicant 2. Create profile using wifi-menu It will display a wifi network selection, choose your network and provide password. Save the profile. Repeat … Continue reading Auto switching wireless profiles in Arch Linux
Most of the times your desktop provide settings for your touchpad. In case you don't find touchpad settings in your desktop, you need to edit the touchpad configuration file directly. Disable touchpad while typing is not often available in default settings, you may need to add them as in following example. First thing is to … Continue reading Touchpad Settings in Arch Linux
Cairo-dock needs composite manager to display dock properly, mate composit feature is not on by default, below are the commands to turn on composite feature and windows tilling.
Arch linux comes up with pretty good display managers like kdm, gdm etc. These gdms load all the required software and plugins as a default. If you are an expert user and have multiple desktop environments like lxde, xfce, lxqt, cinnamon, kde, gnome, mate etc and you frequently switch them, then the best way is … Continue reading Using your own display manager for Arch Linux
You can try commenting out the following modules in /etc/pulse/default.pa #load-module module-role-cork If that does not help, you can try changing flat-volumes to no in /etc/pulse/daemon.conf. flat-volumes = no If that still does not work, you can manually unload the module: $ pactl unload-module module-role-cork
VPN connection in arch linux is a just a bit of commands as follow 1. get free vpn with username and password or use your own you can get free vpn from below http://freevpnaccess.com/ 2. create a tunnel of vpn using following command pptpsetup --create my_tunnel --server vpn.example.com --username alice --password foo --encrypt 3. make … Continue reading Arch linux connecting to vpn