Arch Linux: why you want to use it

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arch_Linux

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.

SSH Proxy: Server and Client Side of Using an SSH User Without Shell as Proxy Server

Imagine you want one of your machines to become a proxy - for external users to be able to access local resources or the internet as if they were on that machine. You could run a dedicated proxy server for that - but if the machine provides SSH and you want an easy solution, you can use SSH as well - without risking any shell-related issues.

Repair PDFLaTeX generated pdf using GhostScript (Adobe Acrobat Reader error 131)

I tend to do presentations using LaTeX and Beamer, while working on Linux and using TeXLive as LaTeX distribution - which all work fine. But sometimes I need to share these PDFLaTeX compiled presentations with people using Windows and Adobe Acrobat Reader as their pdf viewer. The feedback I usually get back: your pdf is broken, error 131. And frankly, that seems to be true.