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  1. Gnuserland

    Gnome Search Settings Documentation, where can I find it?

    Hi all, I am trying to give a sense to the existence of Tracker however without a readable documentation I am unable to understand how to tweak it. I would like to know if anyone of you can help me to land at the official documentation; At a first sight It seems intuitive but when you look at...
  2. Gnuserland

    This Week in Pop! – 19 – July 19th

    That is cool, because actually it was quite difficult installing pop on two encrypted disks with LVM spread on both. So far I saw LVM was unable to mount partially the LVM group and I had to do a complicated workaround. Anyway I decided to take the risk to not separate / from HOME with two...
  3. Gnuserland

    Post Installation part I & II

    I updated and posted it again with a better name, check it out: https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/post-installation-graphic-design-applications
  4. Gnuserland

    Post Installation part I & II

    Hi folks, I have been writing about my personal post-installation. You can find the current links below: Part one: https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/post-installation-work-in-progress Part two...
  5. Gnuserland

    Arc Menu - extension

    Honestly I don't have idea about its stability, I am pretty new to Gnome3. So far I almost reverted the default behavior of Gnome3 to a standard DE based on multi-tasks rather than activities... I am very close to finalize my usual setup, what insane effort... 🤯
  6. Gnuserland

    Arc Menu - extension

    Hi guys, https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/1228/arc-menu/ this menu works with POP! 19.04, just install: gir1.2-dbusmenu-gtk3-0.4 and gir1.2-gmenu-3.0; and reload the shell.
  7. Gnuserland

    About the Gnome-Shell extensions...

    Gnome-shell has the advantage/disvantage to extend some functions by extensions. I clearly don't like it, but System76 found Gnome3/Gnome-shell suitable for their needs, fine! I am just pointing out that they should care about some extensions and make them available through PPA! For example they...
  8. Gnuserland

    About the Gnome-Shell extensions...

    This time I addressed the Gnome-Shell extensions topic, I hope that System76 shall seriously consider my suggestions! https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/about-the-gnome-shell-extensions
  9. Gnuserland

    Welcome back to home POP!

    Docks are fine, I have to admit that Gnome3 hasn't anything ready for a double monitors scenario. I am pretty surprised, even XFCE4 has a better support for double monitors by default without installing extensions that are roughly made and very poor tested when aren't broken. Short cut aren't...
  10. Gnuserland

    Blog about my experience with Pop and my Serval Laptop

    I've just learned a couple of things today and now the blog is better paginated, I hope that this can help the reading... ;)
  11. Gnuserland

    Welcome back to home POP!

    Honestly I am not a big fan of companies working on FLOSS at the end of the day, whether or not closed or open source products, all act with the same behavior. I believe that companies involved on the FLOSS had better to build true trust with their customers, embracing the full spirit of the...
  12. Gnuserland

    Welcome back to home POP!

    After many years with XFCE4 is hard adapting to POP! (and Gnome3), but the challenge has just started! ;)
  13. Gnuserland

    Welcome back to home POP!

  14. Gnuserland

    New article: Tuning the encryption!

    Even if I live in the US I am not a native English, by the way I don't have any presumption to write professional articles in English, I am just sharing my experience trying to write in English the best I can, in the very few spare time I have... 🙃
  15. Gnuserland

    New article: Tuning the encryption!

    Thanks, I fixed some typos. It doesn't matter how many time I read before to post... Always I leave a tons of typos... o_O
  16. Gnuserland

    [RESOLVED] Partitioning Dilemma

    I just found a way to use a key to unlock the second disk automatically on POP! (Also Debian and Ubuntu) https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/tuning-the-encryption Regarding the bug of the Elementary Installer eventually I realized that it depends by a setup that doesn't allow partial LVM...
  17. Gnuserland

    New article: Tuning the encryption!

    I continue my series on POP!, today I wrote how unlocking the second disk "automagically" with a key instead of a password! Check this out! https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/tuning-the-encryption
  18. Gnuserland

    Static Web Documentation on Firefox on Live CD

    Hi there, I think it could be wise if the Firefox on LiveCD has for default page a static version of the online POP! documentation so if anyone needs to repair something without connection can easily access to the documentation and fix or repair his/her system. What do you think? Thanks...
  19. Gnuserland

    Debian 10 Buster

    Clearly POP! follows the steps of Ubuntu and Elementary but ten years ago Ubuntu was looking closely Debian before to take any choices, today the situation is inverted and Debian is waiting to see what Ubuntu and the other major distro decide to do before to take any decision.
  20. Gnuserland

    [RESOLVED] Partitioning Dilemma

    It came out that on Debian/Ubuntu you can't use scripts on the crypttab file because systemd... :rolleyes: My original scope was to unlock the second disk without entering the password. I initially tried with a key stored on root but then I realized: if root is not mounted the key is...