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  1. Linux-using mates gone AWOL? Tuesday !!! Heck that's today. See you folks have tv to watch
  2. Well I had a bit of luck in that the family gave me a bundle of loot for me 60th burpday. Spent a while deciding what was the most needed and useful thing to buy with all the loot. In the end I decided that a new tv would be the best bang for the buck. So I bought a 42 " smart tv to replace my perfectly working crt tv. This is the first time in me life I have ever bought a new tv. An it is great. Setting it up in Windows to play games and watch vids took a few moments. Great picture and sound from the tv. An most importantly no lag in games. So far so good. Linux, that is me Arch 64 set up has not been so easy. I would like to set up the tv as a clone of the desktop. I managed to set up the tv as a clone of the desktop but the settings did not survive a reboot. I have managed to set up the tv as "Right of" the desktop. So when I move the mouse on the desktop to the right of the screen it then appears on the tv. I can play vids on the tv with vlc but there is no sound output from the tv, sound comes through the headphones on the pc. These settings do not survive a reboot either. I tried to follow the Arch Wiki but it is not at all clear to follow the instructions there, at least for an inexperienced user like me. I made a "/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-monitor.conf" as per the wiki at least I think I did. I have tried using the "nvidia-settings" gui and that looks ok , at least I think it does. I am now lost in the quicksand at nvidia flats. Help. where am I hello help
  3. Here's a guy from "inside" the TV and Movie content world that really get's it. Content distribution for the digital age and fight piracy at the same time. , under 5 minutes.
  4. LINKS REMOVED What can I say, it was a breeze to install and set up. Easy to add extra tv sources, I only added the international, UK and Russian ones. UK channels refused to load and play. The program was quick to notify when a channel could not be accessed. However some channels would say they were running but all they gave was a black screen with no sound. Best channel I got was NASA TV, very interesting.
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