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In this Antergos overview I present my first take and as you will see I didn't expect what I found. Hey Manjaro, there are a few things to look at over here.
Interested in LInux, but can't decide which version to use? We show the top 5 most popular Linux versions (a.k.a. "distros"), their user-friendliness, benefits, and suggested users. Thanks for watching! To check out the Linux versions mentioned in this video, visit these sites: http://ubuntu.com http://linuxmint.com http://fedoraproject.org http://opensuse.org http://archlinux.org http://antergos.com Want to learn more about what Linux is and why open-source software is great? Watch this video: https://youtu.be/I8ik8pDTgJE Music "EDM Detection Mode" by Kevin Macleod http://incompetech.com
In this video we look at a set of film presets for Darktable. The links to download the presets are down below. If you like this video and wold like to see more editing videos give a like. Film emulation pack https://github.com/t3mujin/t3mujinpack My website http://shanemiltonphotography.com/
I’ve been using Linux as my main desktop for a few weeks now and thought it would be time to show you how I use it as a developer, content creator and general user. Don’t forget to check my blog at https://guyrobottv.wordpress.com/2017/06/13/my-xfce4-gentoo-linux-desktop-development-content-creation-and-productivity-tools/ for more details. ★★★ Follow Me on Social Media for More ★★★ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/GuyRobotSubscribeYouTube WordPress: http://bit.ly/GuyRobotWordPress (more details for each video) Twitter: http://bit.ly/GuyRobotTwitter (keep up to date with me daily) Facebook: http://bit.ly/GuyRobotFacebook ★★★ Credits ★★★ Music by Ozzed - http://ozzed.net Design by Eighty3 - http://www.eighty3.co.uk ★★★ More Information ★★★ A few months ago I discussed whether I would be moving from Windows to another platform and the challenges that I could see myself facing in doing that. Since then I’ve written about the technical aspects of my move to Gentoo Linux but today thought I’d look at how I’ve addressed my day-to-day workflow using a Linux workstation.A few months ago I discussed whether I would be moving from Windows to another platform and the challenges that I could see myself facing in doing that. Since then I’ve written about the technical aspects of my move to Gentoo Linux but today thought I’d look at how I’ve addressed my day-to-day workflow using a Linux workstation. Whilst I will describe everything I’ve done here and why the video above is probably your best bet to see this in action as a few screenshots aren’t going to help much so if you want the pretty pictures please do check out the video as it’s all covered in there. The physical construction of an office is often forgotten when considering how you work. Over the years I’ve come to realise that this is just as important as the software and hardware – there’s definitely some truth in needing somewhere that is laid out correctly and “zen” for me to be able to work most productively so my new office has me facing a window with 3 monitors towering in front of me. I tend to use my topmost monitor for system monitoring or reading long documents, my left monitor for information supporting my current tasks (such as debug windows or reference documents) and my right monitor is where my current focus of attention is – i.e. at the moment this is where I’m running a word processor. After my recent post where I setup X I made a few configuration changes. For now I’ve just done these in my .xinitrc file as I haven’t yet propagated them to system-wide changes. My file does a few things. You can carry on reading at https://guyrobottv.wordpress.com/2017/06/13/my-xfce4-gentoo-linux-desktop-development-content-creation-and-productivity-tools/
Rob Miles talks editing with GNU/Linux & free software. More from Rob Miles on his channel: http://bit.ly/Rob_Miles_YouTube http://www.facebook.com/computerphile https://twitter.com/computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: http://bit.ly/nottscomputer Computerphile is a sister project to Brady Haran's Numberphile. More at http://www.bradyharan.com
In this video I talk about the reason why I use Antergos Linux for my photography and content creation.
Software used to produce video
Open Broadcaster Studio: https://obsproject.com/