Linux Mint: No support for en_us.utf8

Introduction If you’re anything like me you probably love Linux. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Linux, Linux is an open source operating system originally developed by Linux Torvalds. I’m not going to go into the story behind Linux to explain when and why Linux was developed. A simple Google search will bring up…

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CHIP-8 Emulator – Introduction

My Idea I decided recently that I would write my first emulator. I selected the CHIP-8 virtual machine, because it’s one of the easiest to emulate. I’m going to write more about my journey into emulation here. This post is mainly to introduce my idea to the world, I guess. (Yes, several people have already…

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Apache – Remove WWW from URL and Force SSL

Introduction Removing the “www” from your URL and enforcing SSL may seem like a daunting task to you, but it isn’t. It’s pretty simple. Whether you’re on shared hosting with limited access to configuration or have full control because you’re hosting your site on a VPS (from an excellent place like Digital Ocean), you can…

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New Tech Blog

tl;dr Welcome to my new Tech blog! I plan to write technical articles here covering various topics such as browser hacks, programming tutorials, Geek culture and much much more! Thanks to an excellent tool called Grammarly I’ll be able to write to you in somewhat coherent English with proper grammar.

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Fixing the Ruby Gems SSL Error

You’re here because you read my previous blog post “Installing Ruby on Windows 10.”  If you haven’t read the previous post, you can do so here: https://dqfan2012.tumblr.com/post/153277721020/installing-ruby-on-windows-10. It’s an article that discusses installing Ruby on a Windows 10 machine. You want to install an excellent Ruby Gem, like the newest version of Rails, but you’re…

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Installing Ruby on Windows 10

In my previous blog post, I attempted to assign a writing schedule to myself. It didn’t work out as well as I planned. I’m writing this entry two days later than intended. This entry is being posted at minimum 24 hours later than scheduled. “Better late than never” applies to this situation. However, for future…

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