Most of the big Linux distributions do have some method (or multiple methods) for acquiring third-party (sometimes unvetted) software.
Some of these third-party repositories are cross-platform, meaning they run on almost all distributions,
while others are specific to one family of distributions.
Examples of distro-specific, third-party repositories,
Other repositories which are more portable and work across most distributions.
There are also operating system agnostic port collections such as pkgsrc.
Meanings of “get”: cause, secure an opportunity, and obligation The obligation sense is only this obligation sense that can contract to "gotta". clip from Talk of the Nation 9/14/2012, involving the secure an opportunity sense, where "to" is definitely reduced, but the /t#t/ sequence is realized with a 100-ms silent closure and a 47-ms aspirated release
Standard earbuds are more concerning because they don’t block out background noise as well as over-the-ear headphones, with their foam ear cups.
Studies have shown that people on average turn up the volume of their earbuds by 13 decibels above the background noise
That’s fine if you’re in a classroom, where the average sound level is 60 decibels, but if you’re on an airplane, where it can be 80 decibels, the music in your earbuds could end up louder than a lawn mower.
Follow the 80/90 rule.
Audiologists say children can listen to their devices at 80% of the maximum volume for 90 minutes a day.
You can eyeball this by looking at the volume slider on your tablet or phone.
If your child is going to listen to a device for longer than 90 minutes a day, experts advise limiting the volume.
You can also choose to receive notifications if the headphone audio level exceeds the WHO’s recommended audio limit over a seven-day period.