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FIXING BASIC GUI ISSUES OF THE RASPBERRY PI
Dealing with Overscan, Resolution and Pixel Doubling Issues

Disabling overscan to get screen to fit on your monitor. And what the other screen settings can do for you.

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HOW TO USE ETCHER
How-To Flash Images on Flash Drives

A simplified process to flashing images onto flash drives.

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STEAM LINK VERSUS NVIDIA GAMESTREAM!
Learn which remote gaming solution is better for you

Learn whether Steam Link or Nvidia Shield is best for you and under which conditions they may apply to you.

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BUILD YOUR OWN STEAM LINK
A Raspberry Pi project any gamer can do in 5 minutes, or less!

If you have Steam, a Raspberry Pi, a spare keyboard, mouse and game controller, you can make your own Steam Link, in less than 5 minutes!

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COMMAND LINUX REMOTELY
List of Terminal Commands For Linux Servers and Devices

A list of terminal commands for Linux, that can be used locally, or remotely via a terminal or SSH connection on some shared hosts, dedicated servers, or Linux Devices.

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CONNECTING WITH PUTTY
How-to use PuTTY to connect to Telnet or SSH servers

Learn how easy it is to use the free and open source application called PuTTY to connect to Telnet and SSH enabled servers.

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CONNECTING REMOTELY TO RASPBERRY PI
How-to Connect to your Raspberry Pi with VNC Viewer

Demonstration using terminal and GUI to explain process for allowing remote connection to Raspberry Pi using VNC Viewer, available for desktops, and mobile devices.

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INTRODUCTION TO THE RASPBERRY PI 3
Hardware, Features, Capabilities and More

Introduction to the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, the components of the board, features, capabilities, and supported operating system.

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HOW TQA WEEKLY STARTED
How it began, and why it continues

I, Steve Smith, talk about why my show TQA Weekly exists, and how it came to be. I even give you an idea into why it is named the way it is.

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THE GREAT CPU PANIC EXPLAINED!
Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities Explained

Steve Smith talks about Meltdown, and Spectre, data acquisition vulnerabilities, what they are, how it relates to you, and why the panic being pushed by media is not wholly warranted.

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What Is A Hash, And Why Does It Need Salt?
An explanation what Hash is, how it works, and how salt always makes it better.

Steve Smith, host of your TQA Weekly, explains why hashing is important, why salt always makes it better, and other interesting facts and tips on the manner.

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