Building Linux with Clang is a thing now and I strongly recommend anyone who considers oneself a power user to try it. Why? There are multiple reasons:
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Recently Mozilla Firefox started to block Flash Player plugin by default. And many users were worried that without it web won’t be so fun and shiny anymore. Let’s destroy this myth!
Sometimes I have to use Windows (for example in my university) and each time it turns out to be sort of a pain in the ass. Standard terminal window is not resizable, text editor is only able to handle DOS linebreaks, even grep is not present on some systems (on the others it is still not that functional) and the whole system is full of things that are opposite to obvious and seem very strange to me.
Nenuzhnix (the name comes from the word “nenuzhno” meaning “useless”) is my proof-of-concept Linux distro. It’s idea was coming to my mind several times during 2014, I even made a small prototype. Now I’m going to describe what makes it so special.
I started this little blog today. I will keep my posts neat and short because I’m too lazy even to write some comments for my code. I don’t yet know what this blog is going to be about: maybe my software, maybe my hardware, maybe something else (most probably it would be just about nothing).