Debian : Getting Started – 3

  Further to my previous post on getting started with Debian.  Once you are up and running and want to help with development there seems to be a multitude of options in terms of programming languages. In terms of Kernel development and CLI tool development then C seems is the primary option, you should therefore.  …

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Debian : Getting Started

  As someone who is new to the world of contributing to Debian.  I have decided to write this article to help others get started. First point of call should perhaps be the Debian Website where you can read up about the Operating system and I would also check the About Debian page(s) too so…

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South Devon Tech Jam – May 2019

South Devon Tech Jam – May 11th 2019 South Devon Tech Jam, is a small group of enthusiasts, who organise monthly informal and friendly sessions for anyone interested in technology, regardless of age or ability. We hope those who attend our sessions will enjoy learning new skills and sharing experiences about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts…

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Updated Debian 9: 9.9 released

———————————————————————— The Debian Project https://www.debian.org/ Updated Debian 9: 9.9 released April 27th, 2019 https://www.debian.org/News/2019/20190427 ———————————————————————— I have updated to 9.9 without any issues. Distributor ID: Debian Description: Debian GNU/Linux 9.9 (stretch) Release: 9.9 Codename: stretch

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Libreoffice – images

  Another issue with Libreoffice 5.2 on Debian is that sometimes images are not displayed within a document.  They are there,  but are replaced with what appears to be a placeholder. To fix this goto Tools menu and select Options. Then go to Libreoffice-Writer -> View From here make sure that Images and Objects is…

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Debian Promotion 2

  My project to create a presentation for Debian seems to be going really well.  While I am  using Overleaf for this, I can compile from the command line in the usual way as well as using TeXStudio to create a pdf.  Shows the power and flexibility of LaTeX for publishing. I have received lots…

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