"Hi friends! Welcome to the third and final segment of our
journey through Linux CLI. We'll wrap up this series by looking at
a number of commands that deal with Basic System Administration and
(as root in X-terminal) Configuration tool for your printer(s). To
access the settings directly go to the file /etc/printcap."
(as root) Configure the mouse, soundcard, keyboard, X-windows,
system services. Works only on Red Hat Linux based systems. Most
distributions however ship with a comparable tool, look up the
documentation of your distribution."
(in X-terminal). Adjust the settings of the graphical display for
all resolutions so as to eliminate black bands, shift the display
right/left/up/down, etc. (first use the adjustments on your monitor
to fit your text mode correctly on the screen). To make the changes
permanent, display the frequencies on the screen and transfer them
to the setup file /etc/X11/XF86Config."
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