Time: This Saturday at 11:00 AM to ~1:00 PM Pacific Time
Possible topics to discuss:
0) Robby - Only the phantom knows... ;-)
0.1) Jeffl will eventually give us a GPS talk when he is ready.
1) Upgrading from 18.04 to 22.04 without losing applications...
2) Where & how to start learning Ubuntu...
3) Mount a img.gz...
4) Can I install Ubuntu 22.04 on a Bios Legacy disk?...
5) Configuring an HP printer on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS doesn't work...
6) Anyone interested in learning about and assisting Frank Turner with the SIR Web site please contact Frank Turner or Bob Lewis.
As always, bring any questions you have, or join us to help others find solutions to their tech-related problems.
Do we have any volunteers with a topic they would be willing to present?
Hope to see you there...
Need to connect?
If you have problems connecting to "Jitsi Meet" through your browser, try the AppImage (for Linux only). It's a single stand-alone file that contains everything needed and doesn't install or make changes to your computer other than the usual config settings. Simply make the AppImage file executable and run it. Quick and easy, plus it will be automatically replaced with new versions as they become available, so you'll always be using the latest.
"Jitsi Meet" applications are available here:
Linux (.deb), Linux (.AppImage), Windows (.exe) and MAC (.dmg)...
Links to the Mobile apps for Apple and Android are here...
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press V (video) to toggle the camera
press C (chat) to open the chat window
press Space for 'Push-to-Talk' mode so mic only works when the Space is held down; press M to reset to normal mode
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