Linux Voice Introduction

Linux Voice Introduction

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Article from Issue 208/2018

This month we introduce you to apt and show you some of the differences between apt and apt‑get. We also show you how to profile a monitor for better color reproduction, and we delve into a little known utility called USB/ IP that lets you access USB-connected devices attached to other computers on your network.

The apt-get command is a well known and much-loved tool for many users of Debian-based Linux systems. apt-get is the go-to utility for installing and managing applications at the command line – or at least it used to be. A new utility called apt solves some of the problems and inconsistencies that apt-get users have learned to ignore. This month we introduce you to apt and show you some of the differences between apt and apt-get. We also show you how to profile a monitor for better color reproduction, and we delve into a little known utility called USB/IP that lets you access USB-connected devices attached to other computers on your network.

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