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Kayhan Boncoglu
Digital librarian dude that loves computers, technology and creative arts
Digital librarian dude that loves computers, technology and creative arts


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Hey fellow podcasters,

I wrote a nice and detailed article on how you can multi-track record Skype, Google Hangouts, jingles, etc on Windows. This setup will ensure that you have everything and everyone in their own discrete audio track in your DAW, making mixing and mastering your audio much easier. I will in the future write an article on how you can achieve the same setup on macOS, but in the meantime, here is a link to my article

Hi everyone. I just joined this community today following many months (scratch that: years) of ignoring Google+. I'm looking so forward to interacting with this community. There are lots of great topics and questions. I find Google+ generally so much more engaging than Twitter and dare I say it, Facebook. I just got sick of all the cat videos on Facebook (and I love cats!)

Go podcasting!


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The app looks good (clean design) and is exactly what I am looking for (to publish blog posts to my Jekyll Github pages instance, but sadly the app does not work. I log in and can see my two posts, but when I try to edit or even add a new post, nothing shows up on Github. I tried saving and hitting publish, both don't work. Is anyone else having issues, or maybe I'm missing something? Thanks

Hi everyone,

Anyone know how to get JACK working with 14.04 XFCE on a Toshiba Chromebook 13? I previously had an HP Chromebook 14 and had all the audio stuff working perfectly using 12.10, but I keep getting DBUS errors and it doesn't seem to recognize my USB headset in Ubuntu (whereas in ChromeOS it is recognized). I'm not sure if it is a hardware issue (since the Toshiba may be different from the HP) or is it something between 12.10 and 14.04 that has changed. Anyone who has JACK running, please I need your help. This is what I used to do before and things just worked

$ ls -al /dev/snd/seq
$ sudo mousepad /etc/modules

add the line "snd_seq" to the modules in /etc/modules

$ groups <my username>
$ sudo usermod -a -G hwaudio <my username>

restart or do sudo modprobe

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks guys

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Hey everyone...I am running KXStudio XFCE 12.10 Quantal. My question is the following. I am getting prompted to update the Linux kernel headers to version 3.5.0 yet when I run uname -r, it it showing the kernel version as 3.4.0. Is it generally safe to update using the update manager inside the Ubuntu chroot? Will I bork my chroot and/or cause problems on the ChromeOS side of things? Thanks in advance.

Hi everyone,

This is sort of an extension to my earlier issue of running out of space on my 16 GB SSD on my HP Chromebook 14. I successfully managed to move the Ubuntu chroot to the 64 GB SD card. Question: I formatted the SD card to ext2 filesystem. I read somewhere that ext2 is better for SD cards to minimize the amounts of writes to the card. Should I have chosen ext4 instead? What are everyone's thoughts on this? This is not really explained in the crouton docs. Thanks in advance.

Hey everyone. I have an HP Chromebook 14 with a 16 GB SSD. I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 Unity using crouton. I'm dangerously low on drive space. At times, both the ChromeOS side and Ubuntu side show 1 GB of available space or even less. I'm trying to figure out two things. First, my trash is empty on Ubuntu, but I noticed in crosh that there are a whole bunch of stuff in the Trash-1000 folder. What is the best way to deal with the Trash dilemma since we can't see the trash using the file manager in ChromeOS? Second, is there a way to use FSTAB to increase the size of the overall available space by combining the 16 GB SSD with a 64 GB SD card? Has anyone done this? If so, how would this be done and would this be done in ChromeOS or Ubuntu? Thanks
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