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    After an update, system boots, then video fails...

    It's been a whole month since I got my system working with my superwide display and the newest Nvidia drivers. All was well until today, when it got past the GRUB2 boot and began to run Plymouth. At that point, the screen freezes in the top third and fills the bottom third with either a...
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    Video performance in Linux

    Hi everyone, I'm kinda new here, so sorry if the post is not correct with the rules (I'll correct it if something is wrong). So here is my problem, I've been using a dual boot Linux/Windows for several years now but I've never been able to have a consistent good graphical performance in Linux...
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    Trouble with a webcam automatcally adjusting the brightness

    I've bought SIGMA HD WEBCAM (8mp, USB). Works right after connecting to Ubuntu Linux 18.10. (Some minor Skype config required.) It seems to automatically adjust the brightness (as the brightness "jumps" as I move before the camera) and does it wrong (cheked in Skype and Cheese). It makes me to...
  4. CptCharis

    AV Linux

    https://www.fossmint.com/av-linux-audio-and-video-production-os/?utm_content=buffer618f7&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer I just saw it and thought it will be helpful to someone.
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    Monitor Resolution Problem

    I have managed to successfully install Debian on a Partition on my IBM Pentium 4 via Installation CD. (Note to programmers: add to the Installation Help Box that Linux cannot be installed on a Partition created by Microsoft Windows. You have to delete & reformat that MS Partition using Linux...
  6. Rob

    Video: Getting around in Linux (command line)

    Probably one of the things that scares most new users is being able to get around within Linux on the command line. You know, changing directories, finding out where you are currently, etc.. This all comes over time. Hopefully, this video will help shed some light on it. Maybe try to follow...
  7. Rob

    Video: Add user to sudo using the visudo command

    You'll come across a time that you'll need to add a user to the sudoers file. This is done by using the visudo command as root. I created this video about a year ago - hopefully it will help someone out there.
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    Dual Booting

    I am setting up a new computer for games and work. I have looked into Wine/Play on Linux, and also into VMWare for games. Both of those had compatibility issues, and when I did get them working they did not run with the best quality. I do not want to spend a lot of my time on trying to get...
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    Problem with video files from recordings

    A few days ago, I barely knew what Linux was. But when I installed Linux Mint, Most of the stuff was wonderful; It was not the case of screen recording. I first wanted to record with OBS, using pretty good quality and with MP4 as output format. I recorded what I wanted to record, but when I...
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