This image was taken in LibreOffice due to the unavailability of gnuplot at the time of needing it.
Gnuplot (technically gnuplot) is a command-driven interactive function plotting program. Put in simpler terms: it is a very powerful graph plotting tool that you can use by giving it a set of instructions or commands, rather than using a GUI or window.
This tutorial goes into how to create a line graph from a csv using gnuplot. Why gnuplot? Find out after the jump.
Managed to get my computer up and running finally. Seems the problem was my Corsair H80 after all; turns out that despite it being a sealed system, it seems to have air in the pipes. It was causing my processor to run 20°C hotter than it would with the stock cooler. Thankfully, I still have that around, so my computer is running safely at a cool ~45°C.
I just wanted to let everyone know that I have somehow destroyed my computer, or should I say the CPU Liquid Cooling Unit that I have. I also hurt my back, so I can’t get down and try to fix it. I’ll get back to updating at my non-usual schedule once I have done. Hopefully.
Mutt is small text-based email client that is also incredibly powerful in what it can do. As the creators so rightly say: “All mail clients suck. This one just sucks less.” It can be a real pain to set up how you want, so I’m writing a set of tutorials to help those people out who are interested in trying.
In this tutorial, I will take you through a simple set up to connect to your email server and be able to read your emails. I will be taking you through setting up Mutt using IMAP that most e-mail providers support.