Setting a Printer Without Using Password in Manjaro

When setting up a printer for my office, I realize that system-config-printer in Manjaro requires user to input the root password to add or modify a printer. It won’t allow users to do anything, until the root user unlock it :

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Fix USB Printer not Detected in Arch Linux

Steps to fix USB printer that doesn't detected by cups in Arch Linux and its derivatives.

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Readability for Go

This post is an introduction for go-readability, a library for fetching the readable content from a web page. It’s released under MIT license and available here.

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Qamel - Build Desktop Application Using Go and QML

Introduction to Qamel, a QML binding for Go which can be used to create modern desktop application.

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Profiling Go Apps

There are several ways for profiling a Go application, but the easiest one that I’ve found is by using github.com/pkg/profile.

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Limiting Number of Goroutine

While scraping some data from website, I found out that some websites will deny your request if there are too many concurrent requests. To fix this, we need to limit number of goroutine that run at a time.

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Use Fathom for Analytic

I’ve started using Fathom Analytics for this website, which you can see here.

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Creating a Basic Linux Service Using Systemd

When I started deploying web app on my server, I ran it using nohup instead of running it as a service. I did it because I thought making a service is hard. Apparently, I was wrong.

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State of GUI App Development with Go in 2018

Several months ago, I’ve got a job to create a simple desktop app for my company. So, I’ve been looking for the packages, frameworks or toolkits for developing GUI app in Go. This post is intended as summary and brief analysis for packages that I’ve tried while working on my job.

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Instead of Writing a To-Do List, Choose One Task that MUST Get Done

Summary of a great post by Aytekin Tank: “Why high-performers don’t use to-do lists”. In summary, instead of writing a to-do list with dozen of tasks that needs to get done, just choose one task that MUST get done to deliver the most impact for your life or your work.

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