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32: Windows as a Linux User + Sway Window Manager
31: Solus + Visual Studio Code
30: Project Catch Up
29: Linux Console + Boutique Distros
28: What We Love About Linux
27: GhostBSD + Freedom vs Pragmatism
26: Explaining Linux and Open Source as Concepts
25: Tails + Virtualization
24: What We Wish We'd Known Earlier
23: Void Linux + Contributing to Open Source
22: Finding Your Community
21: KaOS + How We Install Software
20: Single Board Computers
19: Android-x86 + First Steps into the Cloud
18: Introducing New People to Linux
17: Hardware hacking basics, Slackel + OSCAR
16: PCLinuxOS + Hugo
15: OBS Studio + Endless OS
14: Endeavour OS + Pisi Linux
8:54: since you are in the south you should check out SouthEast LinuxFest (SELF)
21:24: looks like they are still around: https://www.runeaudio.com/
11:35: I would be very interested if you could share that script 😁
11:20: funny you should ask that Eli, checkout this episode of Self-Hosted to learn how chris uses RPIs for everything in his homelab: https://selfhosted.show/3 also, I had a friend that worked for a brewer that used RPIs to monitor the temperature of the beer
6:00: specifically for Virtualbox if you choose "see all networks" or something similar you can choose the VirtNetwork (something like that) wifi option. I don't know how xen handles this (which is what qubesos runs on).
I disagree regarding about if 4GB are enough due the hard drive point of view is missed. my understanding if you have a decent SSD and 4GB the user experience might be good for almost Linux distribution.
4:40: if you find yourself in that position, where you have no apps, then you can hit Ctrl + Alt + F1 and drop yourself into a tty. which from their you can do the usb tethering that I talked about with your phone to pull ethernet.
general comment: if you want a minimal install, an ubuntu server install is very similar to arch linux if you want to have a small bar metal install.
7:40: wifi-menu for connecting to wifi during arch install...pretty cool!
7:20: you can actually connect to your phone through usb and use your phone in USB tethering mode to share a network without wifi and wpa_supplicant. https://www.howtogeek.com/170302/the-htg-guide-to-tethering-your-android-phone/
7:35 Create a windows virt-manager VM(s) (from the free isos Microsoft provides) on a shared ( in the sense that everyone in your family uses it) linux desktop, and just don't buy a license key. Then windows runs perfectly fine, but you don't get to customize it. So, your kids can do their homework assignments, and you don't have to stop them using Linux.
Loving this podcast! Keep up the awesome work guys
Great show, looking forward to the next episode