Docker in Arch Linux

Docker has been a necessary tool for me when it comes to development. I’ve used to use Vagrant but have then switched to Docker. This was my first time installing Docker in Arch Linux. Installation Installation for docker packages was pretty easy. All I had to do was: $ pacman -Sy docker docker-compose docker-machine I then needed to install the driver for docker-machine which would commonly be Virtualbox. I’ve installed Virtualbox with the following: »

Zplug and Others

Been a user of prezto for about 5 years now (ever since I started using zsh) and have always wondered what’s it’s like to either have a minimal zsh configuration from scratch, to use a plugin manager, or try out another framework. I went on ahead and checked out some zsh “tools” that I can migrate too. zsh from scratch is pretty hard for me and what I had in mind was that I don’t change zsh configuration often. »

Trying Out Alacritty

Recently stumbled on this comment from I have heard of Alacritty before but never had a chance to try it out. This time I have decided to at least check it out. What is Alacritty? Alacritty claims to be a really fast terminal emulator. It has a unique feature according to its description: Alacritty is the fastest terminal emulator in existence. Using the GPU for rendering enables optimizations that simply aren’t possible in other emulators. »

Password Management using Password Store

Password Store is a command line utility for managing your passwords. The passwords are stored in an encrypted file which makes use of gpg. It also allows you to use git to track password changes. pass isn’t as feature-rich compared to Last Pass or 1Password though. Setup Setup is pretty easy. It only requires gpg which can be installed via brew. Optionally, you can install git if you want to track changes in your storage. »