ZSH After switching from Bash to ZSH, I discovered oh-my-zsh.
oh-my-zsh oh-my-zsh is a great customizable framework adding a lot of functionality to ZSH. While I heard and on older hardware definitely noticed the overhead from oh-my-zsh throttling the performance of the terminal, I have no problem with the small setup I am using at the moment, especially on a new device like the T480s.
plugins The cool part about oh-my-zsh is the easy plugin management.
the installing process Since Clion is available from the AUR you can simply install it with your favourite AUR package manager.\
I switched from pacaur to yay but made an alias so I can still use the pacaur command (don’t ask me why). In my case I would write pacaur -S clion in the terminal, which downloads the package and runs the makepkg script.
And that’s how you install clion on Archlinux.
Zwei Agenten kommunizieren über einen Kanal Der Kanal kann nur eine Nachricht gleichzeitig übertragen Sollten beide Agenten gleichzeitig eine Nachricht senden, werden die Nachrichten durch wechselseitiges “Übersprechen” ggf. verfälscht. Dieses Übersprechen nennt man “crosstalk” Durch den Crosstalk-Algorithmus können beide Agenten erkennen, sollte es zu einem verfälschen der Nachrichten kommen Die Agenten können daraufhin entscheiden wie Sie darauf reagieren ![[crosstalk.png]]
After a lot of back and forth I decided to get myself a pair of noise cancelling headphones.
I was deciding between the Bose QC35ii, the Sennheiser PXC 550 and the Sony 1000MX3.
In the end I went for the Sony 1000MX3 and I couldn’t be happier. Most of the reviews I watched were based on the fact that the Sonys are a lot more expensive compared to the other two.
As already hinted in my last post, I switched from the kinda janky Digitus Type C Dock to a “proper” Thinkpad Thunderbolt Dock . The first thing I noticed is how incredibly cheap this dock feels. The Digitus Dock is made entirely of aluminium where as the Thinkpad Dock is made from a thin feeling plastic.
But since I mount the dock under my desk, I don’t really care about the feel of it.
To quickly set up my T480s at home, I got myself a rather cheap Type-C Docking Station.
I decided to try the Digitus Type C Docking Station because it had all the ports I need and was quite affordable compared to other docks. Sadly the saying “buy cheap, buy twice” once again proofed correct.
After only around four weeks the network stopped working on the dock. Not one week later, the HDMI port got janky and my second display often turns off and on again.