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What to do after installing Linux

What to do after installing Linux Posted on June 14, 2018Leave a comment
Dorian is just a guy that's been a Linux user since the mid 90's, in the early days of Slackware and Redhat. While his real job in IT and security has always revolved around Windows, he's always preferred to use Linux at home. This soon-to-be father also loves the outdoors, traveling, and his cats. His first videos on creating a Linux desktop from scratch fostered an already existing desire to help people understand how Linux works, and show people that it's not as scary as you think! He doesn't consider himself a Linux "expert", but more of a jack-of-all-trades, master of none, and continues to learn new things while sharing his knowledge with the community. He's worked and lived in Canada, the United States, and Europe, and has traveled to 19 countries (Deciding on what will be the 20th!). He also much prefers talking about Linux than himself ;) Always looking for ideas, so if you have any ideas for videos, or questions about Linux, don't hesitate to ask!
(Last Updated On: June 14, 2018)

From fixing boot issues, to theming, to software, to drivers. Here’s a run-through of what to do after installing Linux!

00:00 Boot issues

10:00 Theming

17:40 Software

22:30 Drivers

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Dorian is just a guy that's been a Linux user since the mid 90's, in the early days of Slackware and Redhat. While his real job in IT and security has always revolved around Windows, he's always preferred to use Linux at home.

This soon-to-be father also loves the outdoors, traveling, and his cats. His first videos on creating a Linux desktop from scratch fostered an already existing desire to help people understand how Linux works, and show people that it's not as scary as you think!

He doesn't consider himself a Linux "expert", but more of a jack-of-all-trades, master of none, and continues to learn new things while sharing his knowledge with the community. He's worked and lived in Canada, the United States, and Europe, and has traveled to 19 countries (Deciding on what will be the 20th!). He also much prefers talking about Linux than himself ;)

Always looking for ideas, so if you have any ideas for videos, or questions about Linux, don't hesitate to ask!

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