Disclaimer: I do not work for breadwallet, anything you'll read in this article is not endorsed by them; I am fairly new to mobile app security too, so expect errors.
After literally years of notebook-only computing I finally built a nice desktop PC, and since I didn’t had enough money to afford an SSD drive right now, I’m borrowing it from my trusty ThinkPad X61s.
The Arch Linux installation I had there was already configured to fit my needs and I wanted to test the real flexibility this distro have to offer, so I converted it from a MBR/BIOS system to a UEFI one, here’s how I did it using only the Arch installation media.
Fedora 23 is working great on my 13” MacBook Pro Retina but the Synaptics’s touchpad driver is lacking gestures and palm/thumb recognize support.
Yesterday I’ve installed i3wm-gaps just for fun, knowing that last time I tried it on my Retina MacBook Pro ti was completely unusable due to the Retina display.
This is changing today.