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You can certainly change the resolution on your display to 1920x1080 (1080P) and simply not use its full capabilities but this podcast episode walks you through adjusting the settings to take full advantage of the full resolution of your beautiful 4K display. Click the show notes links to find even more than we can cover in this short episode. Going Linux #329 · Using 4K Monitors on Linux Introduction Bill buys the book Hi DPI (4K) monitors Display settings Change the font size Change the icon size Change the pointer size Modify the greeter Why you might not want to use the 4K settings A wish for the future Some thoughts on why you might use 4K We switch from Skype to Discord goinglinux.com, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End Going Linux #328 · Listener Feedback Introduction Technology adventures Bill's new gaming laptop Tony: Needs help with screen resolution Roy: Asks about App Images Skyward Abyss: System76 Stickers Serge: Recommended Skype alternatives Nancy: About her new book, and ours, 'Your Data, Your Devices, and You' Mike: Creating a network drive Bob: Mouse button thanks for the offer to help Tony: Where do I contribute pictures for network diagrams? Going Linux #327 · Things You Can Do In Windows And How To Do Them In Linux Introduction This topic is revisited and updated Co-hosts revisited The Super Key defined Display system information (graphical) Display system information (command line) Shut down or reboot How to control the drag and drop action Use a dialog box to open an application or a URL Lock your computer quickly Bill tries Netrunner goinglinux.com, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End Larry has published a book: 'Ubuntu MATE: Upgrading from Windows or OSX.' Sebastien solves his problem with the filled-up hard drive.

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goinglinux.com, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End We have several suggestions from our listeners for Sebastien on his filled hard drive, a request for a recommendation on a screen recorder for Linux and a story about dual booting.Oct 20: #333 · One Installation File - Many Linux Distributions Oct 05: #332 · Listener Feedback Sep 20: #331 · Whole Disk Cloning on Linux Sep 05: #330 · Listener Feedback Aug 20: #329 · Using 4K Monitors on Linux Aug 05: #328 · Listener Feedback Jul 20: #327 · Things You Can Do In Windows And How To Do Them In Linux Jul 05: #326 · Listener Feedback Jun 20: #325 · Getting Rid of 'Cruft' After An Upgrade Jun 05: #324 · Listener Feedback May 20: #323 · Ubuntu MATE: A Typical Linux Distribution May 05: #322 · Listener Feedback Apr 20: #321 · Sabayon Revisited Apr 05: #320 · Listener Feedback Mar 20: #319 · Backups with Grsync Mar 05: #318 · Listener Feedback Feb 20: #317 · Linux Distros Reviewed Feb 05: #316 · Listener Feedback Jan 20: #315 · 10th Anniversary Episode Jan 05: #314 · Listener Feedback At a listener's suggestion, we describe three new solutions that try to answer the age-old question, 'Why can Linux distributions not agree on how to install and application? Going Linux #333 · One Installation File - Many Linux Distributions Introduction New Book: Using Ubuntu MATE and Its Applications Why can Linux distributions not agree on how to install and application? Snaps: Intro Flat Paks: Intro App Images: Intro Snap App Image Flat Pak More details and how to create packages Which should I use?Chard has a recommendation for Bill's next computer. Going Linux #324 · Listener Feedback Introduction New processors have Bill drooling Voice Mail: On requirement specs in reviews Marian: Use 'du' to find out why hard drive is filling up; Linux isn't always easier Miguel: A solute and a suggestion to use 'du' or 'ncdu' Eldon: Also suggests 'ncdu' Small Box Admin: Another vote for 'du' Chris: Screen recorders for Linux Richard: You will only boot Windows or else!You can download any episode from the direct links below, or you can play it in your browser with the provided player.

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George: 'Magic Key' to installing Linux on a Mac Orion: Refind Steve: Mouse button mapping with Pystromo Malte: Backup files created in the future!

Jim: Problems with Skype John: Ethernet unplugged in Virtualbox Paul: Where does a command-line installation get its applications?

MATE Recommend a new machine for Bill goinglinux.com, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End In this episode we have contributons from listeners on backup software for Linux, and questions on browsing networks, running Wine, setting up extra mouse buttons, buggy wifi, optimal partition sizes, and more.

Going Linux #320 · Listener Feedback Introduction 320 · Listener Feedback New computers?

goinglinux.com, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End An excerpt on accessibility on boot from our new book, 'Using Ubuntu MATE and Its Applications.' Feedback on whole disk cloning, passwords, encryption, Bleach Bit on Linux, restarting after a freeze, and drivers. Going Linux #332 · Listener Feedback Introduction Fun with phones Scott: GPart Ed for whole disk cloning Michael: Which distribution is best for using the Orca screen reader?