Sometimes you might want to debug build problems or behavior. To do so, you have to somehow serve your build locally. This post explains how!
This post describes how to fix a tailwind error, where using @apply directives would cause “resolve-url-loader: error processing CSS, invalid mapping” errors during your build.
A possible fix for the error Could not find router reducer in state tree, it must be mounted under “router” with connected-react-router
In this post I explain how to fix an error about an error that is caused by a package, which was signed with a missing/untrusted public key.
This post explains how to fix the PGP signature verification on AUR packages. If the key of a signed PKGBUILD is not present in your public key ring, you will otherwise see “ERROR: One or more PGP signatures could not be verified”
A recent upgrade of docker-compose might cause a nasty error. In this post I explain what to do to restore your debugger and the big why.
WordPress in Docker can cause quite some headache. Especially the reverse proxy, which we need to pass through traffic from host to container. I struggled with a “Too Many Redirects” error, which can come from some different sources.
As some may struggle to get their bluetooth connections up and running under Arch Linux (and I have to google this each time I install as well) I decided to write a post on it. Hope you benefit from it!
portion of code to your .zshrc to enable autocompletion. This, in turn, slows the startup of your shell quite a lot.
But we can easily fix this slow zsh startup! Instead of always loading your nvm autocompletion, we can command oh-my-zsh to just load nvm ressources on-demand, also known as lazy-loading.