Dr. Bill.TV #465 – Video – The I Got My CamLink Working Edition!

Dr. Bill rejoices at getting various pieces o’ tech to work on the show this week, talks about a cool “Deep Fake” on YouTube, plus, a guy that built a DIY Desktop PC from an old laptop, Manjaro Linux 19.0, and what software he always installs on Linux!

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Dr. Bill.TV #465 – Audio – The I Got My CamLink Working Edition!

Dr. Bill rejoices at getting various pieces o’ tech to work on the show this week, talks about a cool “Deep Fake” on YouTube, plus, a guy that built a DIY Desktop PC from an old laptop, Manjaro Linux 19.0, and what software he always installs on Linux!

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TechPodcasts Network

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My Linux Build Software Checklist

What software do I always install after setting up a new PC with Linux? Here’s my list:

Linux “Must Have Software”

Office: LibreOffice
Image Manipulation: Gimp
Editor: Notepadqq
Screenshot: https://flameshot.js.org/
Browser: Vivaldi or Brave
Audio Player: VLC Player
Video Capture from Sites: 4Kvideodownload.com
Email (Local) Thunderbird
Bible: E-Sword (under WINE)
VPN: IPVanish
VNC: Remmina
MP3 Tag Editor: easyTag – https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/EasyTAG
PC Cleaner/Monitor: Stacer
Dropbox
Video Recorder: Cheese
Screen Recorder: Simple Screen Recorder
Games: Frozen Bubble
WYSIWYG HTML Editor: BlueGriffon

Manjaro Version 19.0 “Kyria” is Out!

Manjaro 19.0

“We are happy to publish another stable release of Manjaro Linux, named Kyria.

The Xfce edition remains our flagship offering and has received the attention it deserves. Only a few can claim to offer such a polished, integrated and leading-edge Xfce experience. With this release we ship Xfce 4.14 and have mostly focused on polishing the user experience with the desktop and window manager. Also we have switched to a new theme called Matcha. A new feature Display-Profiles allows you to store one or more profiles for your preferred display configuration. We also have implemented auto-application of profiles when new displays are connected.

Our KDE edition provides the powerful, mature and feature-rich Plasma 5.17 desktop environment with a unique look-and-feel, which we completely re-designed for this release. The full set of Breath2-themes includes light and dark versions, animated splash-screen, Konsole profiles, Yakuake skins and many more little details. We have rounded off text editor Kate with some additional color schemes and offer Plasma-Simplemenu as an alternative to the traditional Kickoff-Launcher. With a wide selection of latest KDE-Apps 19.12.2 and other applications Manjaro-KDE aims to be a versatile and elegant environment ready for all your everyday needs.

In Gnome edition which is based on version 3.34 series, we also have included a visual refresh for several applications and the desktop itself. The background selection settings also received a redesign, making it easier to select custom backgrounds. By default we added our own dynamic wallpaper that changes throughout the day. GNOME 3.34 also introduces custom folders in the application overview: Simply drag an application icon on top of another to create a folder. Folders are automatically removed again when all icons have been dragged out. With a simpler desktop layout we gain more stability. Our new Gnome-Layout-Switcher enables you to change your desktop layout easily with preset layouts mimicking popular operating systems. Available layouts are: Manjaro, Vanilla Gnome, Mate/Gnome2, Traditional Desktop/Windows, Modern Desktop/MacOs, Unity/Ubuntu Theme. We also automatically change between dark and light theme when Nightlight is triggered. A new theme for the login screen and the addition of Feral’s Gamemode round up our Gnome edition.

Kernel 5.4 LTS is used for this release, such as the latest drivers available to date. Relative to the last installation media release, our tools have been improved and polished.

Pamac 9.3 series received a few updates. With a more robust and reliable transaction backend our update process should be much smoother now. Also we improved package sorting by relevance in our GTK-UI. Enhancing our package management we have enabled snap and flatpak support by default. You can now install snaps or flatpaks very easily, with our new tool Bauh and make use of a larger selection of the latest Linux applications.

We hope you enjoy this release and let us know what you think of Kyria.”

Dr. Bill.TV #464 – Video – The Linux Distro of the Week Edition!

Dr. Bill talks about the cool, geeky Wal-Mart Super Bowl commercial, how to fix Netflix auto-play, LibreOffice 6.4, Geek Software of the Week ‘twofer’ Eraser and Pinta! Logitech’s new StreamCam, an Manjaro Linux install demo!

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TechPodcasts Network

International Association of Internet Broadcasters

Blubrry Network

Dr. Bill Bailey.NET

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Dr. Bill.TV #464 – Audio – The Linux Distro of the Week Edition!

Dr. Bill talks about the cool, geeky Wal-Mart Super Bowl commercial, how to fix Netflix auto-play, LibreOffice 6.4, Geek Software of the Week ‘twofer’ Eraser and Pinta! Logitech’s new StreamCam, an Manjaro Linux install demo!

Links that pertain to this Netcast:

TechPodcasts Network

International Association of Internet Broadcasters

Blubrry Network

Dr. Bill Bailey.NET

BitChute Referral

www.DrBill.TV/VPN


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Distro of the Week: Manjaro!

Manjaro LinuxOur first Linux Distro of the Week, in keeping with our “Geek Software of the Week” tradition!

Manjaro Linux

“Manjaro is a professionally made Linux based operating system that is a suitable replacement for Windows or MacOS. Multiple Desktop Environments are available through our Official and Community editions. We also work with manufacturers to design dedicated hardware. Visit the shop for more information.

Is an accessible, friendly, open-source Linux distribution and community. Based on Arch Linux, providing all the benefits of cutting-edge software combined with a focus on getting started quickly, automated tools to require less manual intervention, and help readily available when needed. Manjaro is suitable for both newcomers and experienced Linux users.

An excellent entry-point into the Linux world. Unlike proprietary operating systems, you have full control over your hardware, without restrictions. This makes it ideal for people who want to learn how Linux works and how it is different to other operating systems. From this perspective, it is also suitable for beginners similar to the way an Arduino is an excellent entry-point to embedded hardware development.

It is easily possible to run many popular Windows applications, using compatibility software such as Wine, PlayonLinux or Proton via Steam. The examples given here are far from comprehensive!

Manjaro is not a consumer-oriented operating system. You have full control and you will not be prevented from breaking your own installation – but then again, breaking things and fixing them is half of the fun! On the other hand, if you are happy with the way it works you don’t have to change a thing.

Representing a perfect middle-ground for experienced Linux users, those who want good performance, full control, and cutting-edge software but also a degree of software version stability.

Free is better
Manjaro will always be completely free. We create it, so we can have a Linux based operating system that is easy to use and stable, you the user, are the main focus, we do not take control away from you and respect your privacy.

Install Anything
There are thousands of software applications available in the software center, including fully compatible equivalents of popular Windows software such as MS Office. Any additional software is also completely free. Searching for applications to install on the internet is not necessary.

Great Community
We have a polite, friendly and cheerful Forum, where everyone is welcoming and supportive. The forum is the right place to share knowledge and talk Linux with the community we all it.

Availability
Manjaro is available for 64 Bit architectures. XFCE, KDE and Gnome editions are officially supported. Other flavors, including editions for 32 Bit architectures are maintained by the community.

ARM editions are specifically available for certain devices. Pre-built images can be downloaded.”

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