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Xubuntu Full Circle

I still hear various Linux commentators swear allegiance to XFC3 to this day, & it is fairly rapid while still being customizable. I started out with Hardy Heron Xubuntu on a IBM ThinkPad T21 that could not stream YouTube due … Continue reading

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Plasma Applet Thermal Monitor

Thermal monitor displays off for CPU; sudo nano ~/.local/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.thermalMonitor/contents/ui/main.qml change: property var systemmonitorAvailableSources to: property var systemmonitorAvailableSources: [] Works under openSUSE Tumbleweed.

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CBT

ALL-OR-NOTHING THINKING: You see things in black-and-white categories. If your performance falls short of perfect, you see yourself as a total failure. OVERGENERALIZATION: You see a single negative event as a never-ending pattern of defeat. MENTAL FILTER: You pick out … Continue reading

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Mean Green Machines

Green is the colour of the beautiful new Mint 19.2 flat theme & also the default colour of openSUSE. I run a double vertical full HD (4k? Pah!) monitor C2D micro ATX battle stationed Minty setup in my man cave, … Continue reading

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An Ode to OSMAnd

Open door, open data, hit the trail, see you later… Open Street Map is a real boon! Whether navigating the Quantocks or Tenerife, handy is understated. The ability to flag way points, GPX track & tell you which way you … Continue reading

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Android P

Peanut butter jelly time!!! Peanut butter jelly time!!! Peanut jelly jelly time!!! Peanut butter jelly! Peanut butter jelly! Peanut butter jelly with a baseball bat…

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Migrating Linux OS from 256GB to 512GB SSD

Thought I’d document how to migrate a Linux OS to a larger disk using 100% FOSS tools. 256GB is a bit pokey these days especially when dual booting, virtual or otherwise. Let’s get to it: The first step is optional … Continue reading

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