I was running into trouble trying to update my Manjaro on my MacBook Pro today, I kept running into package conflicts which could not be resolved. Pacman suggested deleting certain packages but the delete would not complete because of dependencies. So the issue was how to resolve dependencies in Manjaro and how to remove unwanted packages.
In my previous blog post I talked about installing Manjaro Linux as the sole OS on my old MacBook Pro. That install is still running beautifully and I have not run into any significant problems so far. In this post I am going to go through the steps I followed to install htop on my Manjaro machine.
In this post I am going to briefly outline the process I went through installing a Linux distro to run as the only OS on my MacBook Pro. I will cover my process of experimenting with various distros and why I finally settled on Manjaro, and what hitches I ran into on the way and how I solved them.
In this interview I talk to Ryan Cramer, founder and lead developer of the ProcessWire project. Ryan has been kind enough to share with us some insights into who he is and into the ProcessWire project - what it is, where it came from, what's cool about it, and where it's going. Whether you're an avid ProcessWire fan or have never heard of it, I hope you find this post interesting, useful, and informative.
While working on a MODX client project I used the TwitterX snippet, which uses the new Twitter 1.1 API, to pull in the clients twitter feed to her site. The snippet comes with a default tpl chunk which you should duplicate and modify for your purposes as I have done below to format the tweet feed as you please.