Category Archives: Arch Linux

Arch Linux is a Linux distribution for computers based on x86-64 architectures. Arch Linux is composed predominantly of free and open-source software, and supports community involvement.

KeePass: SSH keys passwords storage and decryption on Linux

13 December 2019
 

 As a follow-up to the SSH: RSA keys, and ssh-agent for SSH keys and their passwords management post. The idea now is to make simpler to work with password-protected SSH keys, to avoid the necessity to enter a password each time when you want to load a key to the ssh-agent. One of the possible… Read More »

What is: Linux keyring, gnome-keyring, Secret Service, and D-Bus

7 December 2019
 

  It’s a really long-read post and I wast sure if it’s better to split it into three parts or put them together. On the one side, there are keyrings, from another – D-Bus, and finally, there is a Secret Service. Eventually, I decided to keep them here together as I googled all it in… Read More »

Linux: the Nextcloud client, qtkeychain and the “The name org.freedesktop.secrets was not provided by any .service files” error

1 December 2019
 

 After installing Nextcloud (see the Nextcloud: running in Docker Compose on Debian with Let’s Encrypt SSL post), on the next day its client ton my Arch Linux asked for authentication. But after I entered my credentials, it returned me the following error: Reading from keychain failed with error: ‘The name org.freedesktop.secrets was not provided by… Read More »

Arch Linux: package-query: error while loading shared libraries: libalpm.so.11

26 October 2019
 

  Didn’t install upgrades for a couple of weeks, today packages to be upgraded became over 100, so I run it. Upgrades on my Arch Linux are installed with a simple alias in the.bashrc: … alias osupgrade=”yaourt -Syua –noconfirm” … (seems eventually it’s time to change it to the alias osupgrade=”yay -Syua –noconfirm”) The error… Read More »

Kubernetes: running Minikube on Arch Linux

27 March 2019
 

 Minikube – a utility to run a Kubernetes cluster locally on your PC. It can use Virtualbox, VMware, Hyper-V etc hypervisors which will be used to create a virtual machine with a Kubernetes cluster. Minikube is a great tool for developers or DevOps engineers to test deployments/services etc without the need to create and configure… Read More »