#348 (In Topic #71)
Found it recently after getting tired of fiddling around with drqueue and downgrading linux to accommodate the source package. Basically im impressed what has been done over the years when it comes to application and quality.
I been playing with Linux since the first version of Fedora, guess that makes me pretty old
Anyway there is a lot of software that is hard to setup for the beginner or small studios in general and the software deserves a video and some coverage. What do you guys think?
Im in the process of tackling a pretty good size project and as always i fall back to Linux at least for services and storage.
In Fedora setting up a vnc server was easy as pie. Now i was facing a challenge. Ubuntu came with gnome oh boy
That was a no go. Installing a light desktop is not an option. I ended up getting my good old kde desktop installed.
I have no idea why it is so hard to have a vnc server running in Ubuntu that can pick up the current session as well as start a new one. Anyway i wanted to test cgru and lord almighty it has config files all over the place. Sometimes it looks like they are the same and no transparency for me so far. As for right now i need some help to decipher what the author was thinking. Or try one of the other options available.
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