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Here’s When You Can Upgrade To The New #PopOS 19.10 http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/129416#new based on the new #ubuntu
 

Natron


This is just a thought but I think I will learn Natron!

I think with #Natron I can fill my motion graphics needs quicker than with #Blender. The good news is that it is packed in #PopOS directly by #System76.

Let me see if I can achieve quickly what I usually do with another well known closed software...

For the ones that don't know Natron, check the website out to see how cool it is:
https://natrongithub.github.io/

#opensource #freesoftware #motiongraphics #foss #floss
 

POP! vs Canon


Not all the printers vendors play nice with the Linux kernel...

https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/canon-pixma-ip8720

#PostInstallation #PopOS #Gnome3 #LinuxDesktop #OpenSource #Canon #PixmaIP8700 #Printers #pdf #gimp #svg #graphic #design #Linux #FreeSoftware #GNU
 

6 Gnome Shell extensions that made me happy


I was really close to give up with POP! and Gnome when I found those extensions...

#PostInstallation #PopOS #Gnome3 #GnomeShell #LinuxDesktop #OpenSource #GnomeShellExtensions
 

Still About Graphic Design Applications


I have finally found the time to finish this article which takes a look about other graphic design tools available on POP!

https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/still-about-graphic-design-applications

#PostInstallation #PopOS #Gnome3 #LinuxDesktop #OpenSource #desktop-publishing #pdf #gimp #svg #graphic #design #Linux #FreeSoftware #GNU
 

Show Desktop Button without Gnome-Shell extension


This time I recycled an old trick to have a working show-desktop button on POP!/Gnome3 that works and presumably won't break with the next release.

My spicy comments are at the end of the article... 🙄

Good Reading!

https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/show-desktop

#PostInstallation #PopOS #Gnome3 #LinuxDesktop #OpenSource #Docky #Linux #System76 #Ubuntu #ShowDesktop #GnomeShellExtensions #LinuxDesktopTuning
 

Install the graphic design applications on POP!


I almost done finishing to setup POP!_OS the way I like, in this article I addressed how install my favorite graphic design application!

https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/post-installation-graphic-design-applications

#PostInstallation #PopOS #Gnome3 #LinuxDesktop #OpenSource #MultiMedia #graphic #design #Linux #FreeSoftware #GNU
 

About the Gnome-shell extensions


While I am not finishing yet my post installation I have to address the many gaps provoked by the gnome-shell extensions!

#System76 I know you are reading me but you can't avoid me eternally, read carefully this article and take action!

#PostInstallation #PopOS #Gnome3 #GnomeShell #LinuxDesktop #opensource
 

Welcome back to home POP!_OS (the blog article)


I took time to write a small article with some thoughts...

#linux #system76 #popos #lvm #partitioning #installation #linuxdesktop #ubuntu #foss #floss #opensource
 

Welcome back to home POP!_OS


There you are!

I finished my installation series and soon I am going to start my desktop series; unfortunately #Gnome3 has some design choice that I need to fix because my behavior.

I've just started, stay tuned! 😉

#linux #system76 #popos #lvm #partitioning #installation #linuxdesktop #ubuntu #foss #floss #opensource
 

Tuning the Encryption


Learn how I used a key to decrypt the second disk automagically!

https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/tuning-the-encryption

#linux #system76 #popos #lvm #partitioning #installation #linuxdesktop #ubuntu #foss #floss #opensource
 

Never give up – “Final Round”


As promised the blog article to narrate how was so difficult achieve an encrypted lvm partion on two disks on my *System76 Serval Laptop*, while it is so easy in an other major distro... :roll_eyes:

https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/never-give-up-final-round

#linux #system76 #popos #lvm #partitioning #installation #linuxdesktop #ubuntu #foss #floss #opensource
 

VICTORY!


And eventually I was able to enable the LVM and the Encryption, a blog post will be available soon!

🍺 🍺 🍺

#linux #system76 #popos #pop os #lvm #partitioning #installation #linuxdesktop #ubuntu
 

Never give up - "Round Two"


And eventually I was able to extended the encrypted root partion adding a second disk:

https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/never-give-up-round-two

However I think I may do it better so I am ready for an Extra Round Three!

#linux #system76 #popos #pop os #lvm #partitioning #installation #linuxdesktop #ubuntu
 

Never give up – “Round One”


I just figured out that I might be able to achieve what I am trying to do from the beginning...

Read how it might work out! >

#linux #system76 #popos #pop os #lvm #partitioning #installation #linuxdesktop
 

Encryption is just another marketing invention...


You should read it to see how is practically impossible enable it out-of-the-box!

https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/the-dream-goes-down

#ubuntu #debian #linux #system76 #popos #pop os #lvm #partitioning #installation #linuxdesktop #pop os
 
New: How to install #PopOS 19.04 "In this video, I am going to show how to Install Pop!_OS 19.04."
 
New: #PopOS 19.04 overview | Unleash your potential #gnu #linux
 
#PopOS 19.04 – Based on #Ubuntu 19.04 and Use #GNOME 3.32 as Default Desktop
http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/124051 #gnu #linux
 
Joey Sneddon on #popos https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2019/04/what-twitter-taught-me-this-week earlier: http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/123038
This Week Twitter Taught Me about Preferences, Pop OS & Raspberry Pi Penguins
 
#PopOS 19.04 Is Here For An Ubuntu-based Functional Linux Experience
https://fossbytes.com/pop_os-19-04-released-download-linux/ more: http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/123038
Pop!_OS 19.04 Is Here For An Ubuntu-based Functional Linux Experience
 
New (3pm today): Trying out #PopOS 18.10, Distribution Overview and Installation Walkthrough #gnu #linux
 
#linux
Just for the sake of it, I loaded PopOs! into a #VM hosted on my Bodhi laptop running #VirtualBox. #PopOS! can be downloaded from the System76 website and so I did.

It sets up very easily, with lots of little things like establishing a connection to my #NextCloud instance on my home server as well as the standards like #Google, #Facebook, etc.. . Once things are set up, the interface is pretty straight forward. But....

The instance I installed really did n... Show more...
 
The Linux PC makers from USA, System76: animated cartoon series towards a new handcrafted open source Linux computer "Thelio" continue!

In last week's episode, Zoe's rocket returned to Earth. She arrived in no condition to answer any questions about Thelio and its mysterious powers.

Desperate to fix Zoe and find Thelio, I left Earth, retracing Zoe's path despite the apparent dangers of outer space.

This week, we arrive at our first stop: Lakmi.

Buried beneath the storm on Lakmi you'll uncover information regarding Thelio, our new open hardware desktop. Find these secrets in the interactive portion of the chapter at thel.io!

==> https://thel.io/#/video/289974365




#System76 #Linux #Thelio #handcrafted #OpenSource #PopOS #Lakmi #PC #openHardware #interactive
 
System76: a new handcrafted open source Linux computer "Thelio" & a related animated cartoon series!

Thelio computer helps System76 celebrate its milestone as the company transitions to manufacturing its own open hardware.

CEO Carl Richell has been striving to achieve this goal since the company’s inception in 2005, and is eager to bring the new hardware to customers and open source fans alike.

Thelio is available for preorder next month. In the coming weeks, before the finalized hardware is announced, a four-part animation will be released weekly, with design updates hidden within a game portion of the story.

--> http://blog.system76.com/post/178484720968/system76-gets-animated-for-new-handcrafted

#Thelio #System76 #Linux #freesoftware #opensource #PC #PopOS #CarlRichell #cartoon #animated #anime
 
#gnu #linux distribution #PopOS 18.04 out for testing https://system76.com/pop/testing #system76

Pop!_OS Testing - System76

Imagine an OS for the software developer, maker and computer science professional who uses their computer as a tool to discover and create. Welcome to Pop!_OS.
 
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