You might generally prefer that your computer’s screen turns off after 10 to 15 minutes of inactivity – at least I know I do. Every now and then it happens that you are doing something – like watching a movie- which makes automatic screen blanking anything but great. Luckily, disabling the auto blanking is quite easy. For a one time disabling just open up a terminal client and place the following command in it: Continue reading
Just to clarify some confusions, here is a description about the currently available wallpapers within Audax repository:
deb https://techtimejourney.net/audax-initial/ audax main
audax-labeled (A labeled version of Audax wallpapers. The current 0.2. default)
audax-wallpapers (The old default wallpaper set, which contains no integrated shortkeys, like audax-labeled)
calmwaters-wallpapers (An extra wallpaper set, which is also label free.) Continue reading
Nowadays, when making a live cd/dvd distribution there exists an option to load the entire iso image to the Ram memory and run it from there. Below, I will list few pros and cons related to this approach.
*You can remove your boot media after the os has loaded to the live-mode.
*When the load has been completed the system remains faster (since it does not need to retrieve anything from an external media).
*Ramboot state is generally speaking a lot more stable than the traditional live-mode and thus you can compile things and test different ideas without the fear of crashes (in most cases). Continue reading
A while back I released a program called Audax sound selector. The program is designed to make it easier to use sound with Alsa devices. See the original release post from here. One issue that I did not address within the release post was the case of the muted HDMI sound.
The setup of the HDMI sound with Alsa sound selector should be easy. The program itself (as seen above) is very simple. In any case, after you have completed the program and selected your HDMI sound device you still might not get any sound. The reason for the previous is this: your HDMI device (usually a display) might have its channels muted. Continue reading