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- Installing Budgie Desktop on Debian 9.x (stretch)
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- Enable verbose startup messages in Debian 8.0 (Jessie)
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Author Archives: mike632t
I’ve been using MATE as my main desktop for some time so when it came to installing Linux on my new laptop (an HP 6470b that I picked up second-hand) it was the obvious choice.
If you install a recent version of Linux on a virtual machine you may find that the default display resolution is rather low. You may be able to select a better resolution (by navigating to system → preferences → monitors) … Continue reading
Having got my WiPy connected to my Wireless network I wrote the following script mainly as a way of testing the process of updating main.py (which is the python script that is executed automatically when the4 WiPy 2.0 finishes booting), … Continue reading
Occasionally I want to display a user-friendly progress bar when doing something in a script, usually downloading a file.
Just to remind myself this one liner that does exactly what it says on the tin!