This post describes how to configure WireGuard, an open-source point-to-point tunnel, to play LAN-only games together over the Internet. This includes games that never had Internet-based but only LAN-based match-making in the first place (mostly older games) - but also games that by design would have had both, but for which the Internet-based match-making servers sadly are no longer active.
If you have some Linux knowledge but are unsure which Linux distribution might be the right one for your personal PC or laptop this post is for you. I've recently held a talk titled "Arch Linux: why you want to use it". The talk highlights a) when/why you might want to use Arch Linux, b) that Arch is not difficult, and c) some core concepts of Arch you should be aware of.
After playing around with different Linux Shells/UIs/window managers (including i3, Gnome Shell, etc) and some frequent restarts, I noticed that for some reason my music player Rhythmbox had stopped playing any sounds.
As we (darksider15 and myself) regularly set up PCs for private use with Ubuntu and Gnome Shell we'd like to share our usual considerations before doing the installation as well as our list of usually applied configurations after the installation. For our example we use Ubuntu 14.04 and Gnome Shell 3.10. In order to not … Continue reading Ubuntu Gnome 14.04: our usually applied configurations