unique problem of the day.
Only from my peppermint linux laptop, which was doing a fabulous job all these days, of pairing with my JBL speakers in Audio Sink mode and playing crystal clear audio with thumping bass, is now just emitting sound like a RealAudio clip of the '90s that we streamed over dial up. The speakers are fine, because they sound great when I connect my phone to it. What else could I check? I also hear some click like noises as if like attenuating the bass.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6f_HxuVHfrw live stream of satellite launch vehicle to commence in some time
when locking the screen on a DE/WM like MATE or XFCE etc., we get a screen to not only log back in but optionally to let someone else log in and get their work done while our session remains locked and still available. How do I get that lock screen with i3? i3lock doesn't show any option for another person to log in so what is this lock screen that these GUI heavy desktops use, called as? Thank you.
can't figure out why
A. the laptop wakes up from sleep when i turn on my bluetooth speaker that i have paired with it as trusted device. It's convenient when it is awake though.
B. After almost every wake from standby/suspend to RAM, the login screen appears, but after logging in, the screen goes blank but I can hear notifications coming in from Firefox and other apps.
@ChrisWere the wifi being randomly cut off in my case was caused by the powersaving feature of network manager I added a conf.d file to disable powersaving and I have not had any problems since
some of that paranoia just makes you think you look cool and that you are above the rest. The rest without whom there is nothing to socialize on social platforms. The rest who need to be aware of the playground they need to shift to and not without someone leading them to. Most paranoia is impractical even after overcoming the self-imposed restrictions on willpower. This ain't email or storage that only affects an individual who can choose to do things differently.
trying to follow this for the boot loader installation. it is an old machine without uefi, so hopefully these steps should hopefully help me get the bootloader working in the VM. #shareknow
I generally like the Arch wiki like every one who, no matter what distro they use, can always look up topics and even packages for some great documentation. However I'm testing my ability (more like patience) to go through a detailed guide to install the distro in a vm. The details in the sub documents are quite thorough but it is the flow or the balance of content on the main guide that is there and not there. Like a tricky part like Boot Loader that I'm stuck on now has just one line to a link
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