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Interacting with Thumbdrive using Terminal Console

Posted 02-10-2023 at 04:53 PM by slac-in-the-box

Howdy LQ. I responded to a thread about thumbdrive on linux, and provided a gentle introduction to interacting with a thumbdrive using the terminal console.

The Original Poster provided a screenshot of the tail end of the output of the dmesg command (right after inserting her thumbdrive into her linux computer), and I reproduce that screenshot below:

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Lubuntu (LXDE) 18.04 and transparency...

Posted 08-14-2020 at 07:47 PM by KGIII (KGIII's Blog.)

I've been toying with other distros, much as I often do, and realized that I really liked the Xfce terminal. It's pretty sexy!

What I really liked was that it was transparent. It didn't actually have any major features that differentiated it with other terminal emulators - I just liked the transparency.

I hadn't ever bothered to try to use transparency in Lubuntu and, much to my surprise, my WM doesn't allow compositing. (This was conveyed to me by Xfce's terminal that...
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soundless screen cast helper-tool

Posted 10-23-2016 at 02:21 PM by Michael Uplawski
Updated 10-23-2016 at 03:48 PM by Michael Uplawski

The distribution of my very first screen cast in a local distribution network for locally produced, biological foodstuffs is the real cause for the publication of this entry.

I have no use for sound in my screen cast and when I played around with recordMyDesktop thought about how I should be able to type instructions in a terminal or text-editor, show manipulations in software and switch between the two, without getting lost, forgetting details or making dumb typos all the time....
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Change your login screen...

Posted 07-04-2011 at 01:20 AM by dEnDrOn
Updated 07-09-2011 at 09:06 PM by dEnDrOn

if anyone feels the way i felt about the original linux distro(i'm using fedora)login screen,which was eventually very boring than it is very help to change your login screen.
to change your login screen first make sure that the image which you want to put as login screen is located in...
.....because you will not be able to access your home folder when switching to new login screen...
then follow these commands
1)login as root in the terminal
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