Avro is a phonetic keyboard for Unicode Bangla typing. For a windows machine Avro has its executable files and the installation process is pretty straight forward. However, the installation process for a Linux machine is not as simple (at least if compared to an Windows machine installation process). I am a Ubuntu user. As I am upgrading from 16.04 LTS to 18.04 LTS, I need to reinstall Avro, and seems like the installation process is a little different (as always). In this article, I am documenting the whole process for future reference (mostly for myself).
From the search option in Ubuntu, we need to search for Language Support as shown in the following figure.
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Who does not use an external monitor while using a laptop? I don’t need to know the names. But I can assure you, I certainly do. I also have to frequently switch between operating systems (for using different sets of softwares. Yes, I know VM works fine, but I just like to have things neat), specially Windows and Linux (Ubuntu). Right now I am using Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04 on my Lenovo X230T. When I connect an external monitor to my laptop it works perfectly fine for the Windows but in case of Ubuntu i can not set the maximum resolution for my extended monitor (which is 1920 X 1080). I just don’t see the option 1920 X 1080 there, when I connect my external monitor while running Ubuntu 16.04 (I had the same problem for Ubuntu 14.04). What I expect to see is this (this is a screen-shot taken after the troubleshooting):
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