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In today's episode we review Ubuntu MATE from the perspective that it is a typical modern Linux distro for the average user. Going Linux #323 · Ubuntu MATE: A Typical Linux Distribution Introduction Ubutu MATE: A distribution for everyone A typical modern Linux distribution Modern and full-featured Pre-configured, yet flexible Security built-in An official flavor of Ubuntu Applications provided by the MATE desktop File browser: Caja Text editor: Pluma Archive manager: Engrampa Image viewer: Eye of MATE Document viewer: Atril MATE System Monitor MATE Terminal Control Center Applications provided by the Ubuntu MATE distribution Ubuntu MATE Welcome Web browser: Firefox Mail: Thunderbird Office suite: Libre Office Mobile device support Document management Printing Scanning: Simple Scan PDF creation Entertainment Music and audio player: Rhythmbox Digital photo organizer: Shotwell Video player: VLC Games Security Continuous updates Infection insulation Trusted software Backups: Déjà Dup Firewall: ucfw Accessibility software Specs?, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End Going Linux #322 · Listener Feedback Introduction Episode Delay Harold: Wifi problems Greg: Password Safe and Dropbox Ambrose: More wifi problems Billy: How long will it take Ubuntu to get back on track?

George: 'Magic Key' to installing Linux on a Mac Orion: Refind Steve: Mouse button mapping with Pystromo Malte: Backup files created in the future!

Recently, both banks have briefly cut off non-partner aggregators for a few days by keeping their data off limits, according to the The public rationale behind the banks’ move isn’t overtly about the competition, but instead focuses on security concerns about hacking as well as the overloading of bank servers with tons of data requests.

For these aggregators to function, they need to be able to access bank information.

Kevin: Advice on maintenence on Linux Ken: Some show suggestions Sean: Linux game review: Xonotic Tom: Comments on the podcast Greg: Secure browsing on Linux, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End If you have a Hi DPI screen, like the one on the Dell XPS 13, you may find that it has tiny icons and fonts that make it difficult to use. Sometimes the process the same, and sometimes it's different.

You can certainly change the resolution on your display to 1920x1080 (1080P) and simply not use its full capabilities but this podcast episode walks you through adjusting the settings to take full advantage of the full resolution of your beautiful 4K display. Click the show notes links to find even more than we can cover in this short episode.

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