For over a decade I think. I've had the same monitor. So saturday I saw a good deal on a 19" flat screen crt monitor. So I got it. It's a phillips and I got it for $178. It was a store demo with no box or manuals.
So I got X configured correctly. But now I want to change cli to make the text smaller and fit in better with my monitor. How do I do that. BTW I use Debian.
I have a audio cd I want to copy. I've already ripped it and oggenc the rips. But I want to make an exact copy of the cd. How do I do that. I tried xcdroast but it tells me that it dosent support on the fly writting but it dosent give me any other options. SO how can I copy that cd. I know I have all the stuff to do it with out downloading anything else. When I copy data cds I usually do a
but it seems that I can't do that with my audio cd. Can someone just point me to the right direction?
dd if=/dev/sr0 of=foo.iso
Third question: You think I got a good deal on the monitor? BTW the right side of he screen when I have a black screen seems bit lighter than the left side. Is that a bad thing?