Series 4 Episode 2

Series 4 Episode 2

Series 4 Episode 6

In this episode, which will be a little over our ten minute length, we will consolidate what we have learnt to date and introduce the more command and about pipes. Adding or appending to a file:- echo “Today is Sunday” >> ./TEST/hello.txt more ./Test/hello.txt cat ./Test/hello.tx ...   Show more

Series 4 Episode 5

This episode covers how to see what is inside a file and how to copy files from one folder to another and how to move files from one folder to another The podcast mentions the following commands that are typed in at a command prompt inside a terminal. They are here just for ease ...   Show more

Series 4 Episode 4

In this episode we show how  to create new files and folders in Linux. We show how to use the mkdir command to make a folder and the rmdir command to remove a folder. We mention the -v option to these commands meaning "verbose" to provide more positive responses on the screen. We ...   Show more

Series 4 Episode 3

This episode introduces Linux navigation commands. Remember,if you are either disabled or elderly you can ring AbiltyNet, a UKcharity, who can make visits to your home, if necessary, or ring you to help you.  Their free-phone telephone number is 0800 048 7642.  Their email addres ...   Show more

Series 4 Episode 1

My theme in this season is going to be Linux commands, or the Command Line Interface. The series is pitched at the Linux beginner and intermediate level of user. This episode includes opening and closing the terminal. Three commands are covered; exit, uname and man. Remember,if y ...   Show more

Series 3 Episode 8

This last episode in the series will provide a brief statement of what each of the other 7 episodes covered and also cover what linux and SSD technology means from a systems admin point of view.  If you want to see how fstrim has worked on your SSD simply type in a terminal journ ...   Show more

Season 3 Episode 7

The third part of the triangle to adjust the display for those with Low Vision. After a re-install of the Operating System there will be things you need to do to get your system as much as the same before you did the re-install.  Catering for your vision needs is just one. If you ...   Show more

Series 3 Episode 6

Just some of the things to do after a fresh install of Linux. Lessons to be learnt - you did remember ALL your passwords? A few tweaks for users with  Low Vision. Remember,if you are either disabled or elderly you can ring AbiltyNet, a UKcharity, who can make visits to your home, ...   Show more

Series 3 Episode 5

In this episode, after all our preparation we finally get into the physical installation of the Solid State Drive SSD). Remember,if  you are either disabled or elderly you can ring AbiltyNet, a UKcharity,  who can make visits to your home, if necessary, or ring you to help  you. ...   Show more

Series 3 Episode 4

Continuing the series of preparing to install an SSD we turn to browsers, browser extensions and dictionaries. Remember,if you are either disabled or elderly you can ring AbiltyNet, a UKcharity, who can make visits to your home, if necessary, or ring you to help you.  Their free- ...   Show more

Series 3 Episode 3

This episode continues the story of installing a Solid State Drive into an old Lenovo Thinkpad T410.  In particular, this episode covers the some of the preparation, especially GNOME extensions. Remember, if you are either disabled or   elderly you can ring      AbiltyNet, a UK c ...   Show more

Series 3 Episode 2

Episode 2 deals with some preparation needed before installing a Solid State Drive (SSD) into a laptop that is running Linux Ubuntu 20.4.  Mention is made of using the linux command of dpkg -l which is used to produce a list of packages installed in the system. Remember, if you a ...   Show more

Series 3 Episode 1

I'm back with a brand new series! This series will start with installing a Solid State Drive(SSD) in my Linux Lenovo T410. Each episode will cover a few things, basically the lessons I learn which hopefully you will also learn from. A brief mention is made in this episode of my e ...   Show more

Series 2 Episode 12

Welcome to the twelfth and final episode in Series 2 of TechBull. This episode is just a simple guide to all the previous episodes in Series 2. Series 2 of TechBull has all been about Linux from a Windows perspective, encouraging Windows users to try Linux by dipping their toes i ...   Show more

Series 2 Episode 11

This episode mentions Linux audio recording video recording apps; games, chat, educational and scientific software. A  big shout-out to Columbus, OHIO USA who it would seem are my biggest listeners to this podcast.  It turns out that this city holds a Linux festival every year.   ...   Show more

Series 2 Episode 10

Be prepared to be wowed! This episode covers just voice assist functionality, photography and music applications. Remember, if you are either disabled or elderly you can ring   AbiltyNet, a UK charity, who can make visits to your home, if  necessary,  or ring you to help you.  Th ...   Show more

Series 2 Episode 9

This episode covers just 2 applications many of us use regularly; browsers and office tools.   Some of the many accessibility features available in browsers and office functions are mentioned. Remember, if you are either disabled or elderly you can ring  AbiltyNet, a UK charity, ...   Show more

Series 2 Episode 8

We continue the accessibility theme in Linux and how it compares with MS Windows. This episode covers Text-to-Speech, otherwise known as Screen Reader or ORCA - the equivalent of Windows Narrator. Remember, if you are either disabled or elderly you can ring AbiltyNet, a UK charit ...   Show more

Series 2 Episode 7

We continue the accessibility theme in Linux and how it compares with MS Windows. This episode covers Visual Alerts, On Screen Keyboard, Large Text, Magnification and High Contrast. Remember,if you are either disabled or elderly you can ring AbiltyNet, a UKcharity, who can make v ...   Show more

Series 2 Episode 6

This episode continues the theme of the accessibility features within many Linux distributions. This episode covers BOUNCE, STICKY and SLOW keys - they are just the same as Windows! Remember,if you are either disabled or elderly you can ring AbiltyNet, a UKcharity, who can make v ...   Show more

Series 2 Episode 5

This episode starts the investigation into Linux Accessibility features to demonstrate how Linux can do accessibility just like Windows can. We start with MOUSE KEYS - the ability to control the on-screen cursor/pointer by using the keyboard. You will need to listen to hear my em ...   Show more

Series 2 Episode 4

Following Episode 3 this episode answers some of the feedback received regarding ISO files. This link makes a similar point that I have made https://www.maketecheasier.com/how-to-move-from-windows-to-linux https://www.maketecheasier.com/how-to-move-from-windows-to-linux that you can use any Desktop Environment you wish for each Linux Distribut ...   Show more

Series 2 Episode 3

Episode 3 is all about downloading Linux ISOs, burning them to media and subsequently booting the live linux.  The following notes expand upon the commentary. The latest version of RUFUS ISO burning software can be found here https://rufus.ie/ https://rufus.ie/ At the time of broadcast the latest ...   Show more

Season 2 Episode 2

Season  2 is all about Linux from a Windows user perspective and  covering accessibility features.  This episode expands on the first episode, introducing GUI (pronounced GOOEY), WIMPS, and Desktop Environments. Details of AbilityNet, a UK wide charity assisting such people are n ...   Show more

Season 2 Episode 1

Season 2 is going to be all about Linux from a Windows user perspective and covering accessibility features.  This episode is just a general introduction, Details of AbilityNet, a UK wide charity assisting such people are now included in every episode. Call them on 0800 048 7642 ...   Show more

Season1 Episode 12

Episode 12 this week is the final one in the "Disaster Recovery" series.  There is a brief summary of what we mean by "Disaster Recovery"  and a quick run through of what each prior episode covers.  After a short break, the next series will begin covering Linux. Details of Abilit ...   Show more

Season1 Episode 11

This  week, I provide a summary of Episodes 9 and 10.  The whole subject of creating Windows 10 images and using Repair Discs or Recovery Drives can be confusing - so hopefully this episode removes some of the confusion. And finally I have mastered just having the music at the be ...   Show more

Season1 Episode 10

This  week, in effect is Part 2 of Episode 9 but I have called it Episode 10! This episode explains how to recover your Windows 10 System from an image you created in Episode 9. Details of AbilityNet, a UK wide charity assisting such people are now included in every episode. Call ...   Show more

Season1 Episode 9

This   week we are continuing the theme of  disaster  recovery  with an explanation of how to create an image of your Windows 10 system and creating Repair Discs and Recovery Drives.  An image of your system can be used to recover your system to the point when the image was creat ...   Show more

Season1 Episode 8

This  week we are continuing to talk about backups from a disaster  recovery point of view and we go into detail regarding Windows 10  File History Backups. Details of AbilityNet, a UK wide charity assisting such people are now included in every episode. Call them on 0800 048 764 ...   Show more

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