Thursday, February 23, 2017

The Peripheries of My Arch linux GNOME Desktop

Adding Google's DNS resolver in your Network Manager will surely save you a lot of headaches. So just click on the network icon in the upper right hand corner and click (if you have more than one interface, choose your interface) the settings tab.


google's dns server number added

Google's DNS servers owns the internet. It helps you find the destinations for your convenient browsing. Of course you're also telling Google where you want to go. 

I can't get xdo-tool to work with Web / Epiphany. I can't use my password manager to fill in these important personal login pages in the Internet. I downloaded Mozilla Firefox browser for it. Bummer. AND in this subject also, I can't use my password manager to fill in gnome-online-accounts. Why not make it happen? Security issue here??


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