- Install normally, using monitor and keyboard. Get the install solid with updates and testing.
- Switch to a virtual console with Ctrl-Alt-F2 and log in.
- Run this to turn off X:
sudo systemctl isolate multi-user
- Run this:
- A file is created,
- chdir to
/root/xorg.conf.newto this new name at your current location:
- Reboot and test. If you change video cards, you may well have to do it again, and you’ll probably need to boot from install media in order to remove the file.
Headless Running X in Manjaro Linux
article #678, updated 98 days ago
Easily Remove All Video Drivers with DDU Uninstaller
article #1181, updated 441 days ago
This works very well:
Open Broadcaster Software
article #1059, updated 756 days ago
“Free and open source software for video recording and live streaming. Download and start streaming quickly and easily on Windows, Mac or Linux.”
Video oddities in Windows 8.1
article #960, updated 1126 days ago
This is Windows 8.1 only, not 7, not 10. It is not known whether 8.0 is affected.
The current known operative case is Citrix-hosted applications, in a dual-monitor situation. If you see a malfunction, go to Control Panel, All Control Panel Items, Display. If “Let me choose one scaling level for all my displays” is unchecked, check it. It will require logoff/logon. And the problem will be fixed.
DVD authoring and video conversion, cross-platform
article #863, updated 1375 days ago
This one’s great, Windows and Linux and Mac and BSD!
Create Video Slideshows
article #862, updated 1375 days ago
appears very good.
A good simple DVD authoring/creation tool, cross-platform
article #774, updated 1636 days ago
Here’s a great one:
Video screen capture for Windows
article #283, updated 3009 days ago
Download video from all web sites
article #282, updated 3014 days ago
works well in Firefox, to download all videos.