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Re: What to do after installing Linux
Not really desktop customization, but generally after I've run updates I
try to set up X11RDP access so I can hit the machine from work. I also add
in my Dropbox account.
After these two things are done then I'm ready to start experimenting with
On 15 February 2014 15:30, Bob Jonkman <bjonkman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> At Ubuntu Hour we were talking about what to do after installing Linux.
> My take on it was: If you've done a network-enabled install which pulls all
> the packages from an up-to-date repository, there's really nothing to be
> done after the Linux installation, except doing the things you got the
> computer for in the first place: accounting, play games, go online,
> Some people might like to do some desktop customizations -- I like to have
> the System Monitor, CPU Temperature and CPU Speed utilities running in the
> top Gnome Panel, but I don't really need those to be productive.
> What kind of desktop customization do you do?
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