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bodhi-buddha

Member Since 18 May 2017
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In Topic: Resizing windows

19 May 2017 - 10:16 AM

A point to add. If you want to access the window property of a window, you can usually do it with a right click. Should you be using a browser (for instance Chrome), it wont let you access the menu. Then you press Alt+right click and you can choose a bunch of options from the window submenu.

 

Cheers,

Penguin Buddha

In Topic: Applications that are not in the App Center

18 May 2017 - 09:31 AM

Obviously, I'm not that Linux proficient yet, but I've noticed that when i want to install a program that I can't seem to find on the App center, the first thing I'd do is literally this:

1. Open up the terminal

2. Type in the name of the package or a variation of it

3. ???

So if I know I want to install Synaptic, but I'm not sure how to, I type in Synaptic. The next thing you know, my terminal tells me the proper way to address it.

qwertzy@bodhi-buddha:~$ synaptic
The program 'synaptic' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing:
sudo apt install synaptic
qwertzy@bodhi-buddha:~$ thank you terminal!

Best of luck in the fields of Linux!