I seems that my Mint USB mic issue is with audacity! The mic works fine with OBS studio on Mint. As I said before it also works fine with audacity on Manjaro too!
So I started MVS in hercules mainframe emulator on Manjaro. Went to start a x3270 terminal. It did not exist…no problem I’ll just install it. So I installed it. But it said it required a restart. Hardly anything requires a restart. Ok I need to try and shutdown MVS manually. Found manual said something like […]
So the USB mic issue that I had on Linux Mint apparently is not an issue on Manjaro. I’m pretty sure I used it on Mint with no problems before. The problem is if I record a 10sec clip in audacity, it plays back in about as nano second. I deleted audacities setting folder with […]
Over a GB with 227 updates. Looking at “uname -a” output doesn’t seem to be using a new kernal. Or is it? To do… Find out why. See above. Get Hugo to use relative addressing so I can move hugo static site to subfolder. See if I can use “Samson Q2U Recording and Podcasting Mic” […]
I see these highlighted cursors all the time on YouTube, but trying to find out how to do it wasn’t easy. It’s so easy to loose track of that mouse pointer in a video. Install some obscure package or some double talk answer. It seemed almost like it was some trade secret. After some digging. […]
I hadn’t played with mainframe emulation for a while, and I was reviewing my notes. So I started up MVS using the TK4- package. I then used the x3270 terminal emulator to get a TSO/ISPF session as I always did by typing “x3270 127.0.0.1:3270” and as usual I found viewing 132 column listings tedious [PF10/PF11 […]
Remove FlatPak from Linux Mint as I did here. Went from less than a GB free to almost 7GB free!
Playing with the Hugo Static Site Generator.
Well I’m a genious. Just as VLC has announced a big interface design, for it’s upcoming 4.0 version, I decide to figure out the meanings of the icons for looping. I’ve used VLC for years, it began in 2001, so maybe 2 decades, And never took the time to figure out the differences. They could […]
Decided to try the Atom IDE for Python a week or two ago, working in a Python environment. And Guess what? It works great! Unlike Microsoft VS Code, Atom works the way I think it should work. I tried VS Code in an environment, and it doesn’t work. OK wait, I probably need to start […]