If you've ever used Opera on Linux, you'll notice that videos on facebook don't play at all. Same goes for playing DRM movies/shows through YouTube movies or Netflix.
The fix is to replace the libffmpeg.so library with one that actually works (supposedly Opera can't distribute it because of...
First off, open a terminal and type xrandr, scroll up and it'll show the name of your display here:
Then for your program, you'll want to make a launcher on your desktop or something, and for the command line use this template:
bash -c "xrandr --output VGA-1 --mode 640x480 &&...
This actually applies to pretty much all Ubuntu based distros.
But while it's doing the casper disc check on the splash screen, press CTRL+C at anytime to skip the MD5 checking.
You can also press Escape to show what's exactly is happening in the console
I've always had a bit of a secondary interest to Linux, there's always been some interesting software for it and it's very customisable.
But I never really found it practical to use outside of maybe using it on an underpowered laptop that can't handle Windows 10 etc (such as a...
I have a Dell Optiplex GX520 system, I've tried using Debian but so far I've ran into many problems.
Most solutions people mention do not work but I'm gonna explain.
I think this happens on a clean install if you use XFCE (which of course everyone uses).
If you have no sound have a look at your...
Alright, so I'm gonna pretend you're completely new to Linux as I was and try to compile a simple program.
A lot of programs need to be compiled from the source (for some reason). I think it's because if they want the program to work on different architectures (such as ARM, PowerPC devices etc)...