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DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes.
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On this week's episode of DLN Xtend we discuss affordable Linux hardware. Welcome to episode 34 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community-powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server, and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introductions 10:00 Topic: Affordable Linux Hardware 26:22 Host Related Interest 41:06 Wrap Up Matt- Game Vengeance- https://store.steampowered.com/app/384960/Vengeance/ Wendy- https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/my-photo-editing-workflow/2640/2 Jason- My Virtual Mission, Mission To Xyxx Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info Jason (Twitter @KillYourFM) Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (Instagram @LinuxandLifts) Nate (cubiclenate.com) Special Guest: Jason Evangelho.
On this weeks episode of DLN Xtend we discuss what it takes for us to find our forever distro Welcome to episode 32 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community-powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server, and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introductions 06:36 Finding Your Forever Distro 39:07 Hosts Related Interest 42:58 Wrap UP Host Related Interest Matt- Game Tomb Raider: Underworld -https://store.steampowered.com/app/8140/TombRaiderUnderworld/ Wendy- https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/aerial-photography-drone-thoughts/2568/2 Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (DestinationLinux.Network) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
On this week’s episode of DLN Xtend we buckle down and talk about the apps on Linux we use to be productive with in work and life. Welcome to episode 32 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introductions 07:41 Show Topic: Personal Productivity 26:27 Host Related Interests 33:09 Wrap Up Host Related Interests Matt - Deus Ex Mankind Divided - https://store.steampowered.com/app/337000/DeusExMankind_Divided/ Wendy- MFT from community member (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/calling-judge-wendy/2637) Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (https://dlnxtend.com/wendy) (Instagram @LinuxandLifts) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
On this weeks episode of DLN Xtend we talk about taking the perfect picture and the software you can use to do it with on Linux. Welcome to episode 31 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introduction 14:12 Linux Photography Software 44:36 Host Related Interest 56:05 Wrap Up Photo Software Links Rapid Photo Downloader (https://www.damonlynch.net/rapid/) - photo/video download software - name images/video - set folder structor * Darktable (https://www.darktable.org/) - raw editing - photo managment * RawTharapee (https://rawtherapee.com/) - raw editing * LightZone (https://lightzoneproject.org/) - raw editing * Shotwell (https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Shotwell) - photo managment - basic editing * digiKam (https://www.digikam.org/) - photo managment - basic editing * PhotoFlow (https://photoflowblog.blogspot.com/) * Fotoxx (https://www.kornelix.net/fotoxx/fotoxx.html) Host Related Interest: Matt Resident Evil 6- https://store.steampowered.com/app/221040/ResidentEvil6/ Wendy- Nvidia GPU Launch Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (https://dlnxtend.com/wendy) (Instagram @LinuxandLifts) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
DLN Xtend 30: Game On

DLN Xtend 30: Game On

2020-09-0944:38

On this week's episode of DLN Xtend we set aside some time and decide to talk about getting our video games on. Welcome to episode 30 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introduction 12:38 Getting Our Game On 37:17 Host Related Interests 43:50 Wrap Up Matt - Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story - https://store.steampowered.com/app/1120560/Sense__ACyberpunkGhostStory/ Wendy - Lightzone https://lightzoneproject.org Wrap Up Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (https://dlnxtend.com/wendy) (Instagram @LinuxandLifts) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
On this week's episode of DLN Xtend we decide to get a little personal and tell our Linux story. Welcome to episode 29 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introduction 10:30 Our Linux Stories 31:54 Host Related Interest 44:31 Wrap Up Matt Distro- Elementary OS- elementary.io (looking forward to version 6) Game- Warframe (f2p)(gold rated proton) -https://store.steampowered.com/app/230410/Warframe/ Nate - SSD Upgrade for root on server Wendy- Darktable update Wrap Up Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (https://dlnxtend.com/wendy) (Instagram @LinuxandLifts) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
On this week's episode of DLN Xtend we talk about ways to give back to the community that go beyond just code. Welcome to episode 28 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introduction 08:40 Contributing Back to Open Source 32:11 Host Related Interests 44:26 Wrap Up Copy-writing Monetarily Bug Reports Testing Documentation Marketing (Directed at content creators mostly) Wendy - Gimp vs Glimpse Matt - Game- Shadow of the Tomb Raider https://store.steampowered.com/app/750920/ShadowoftheTombRaiderDefinitiveEdition/ Weird Distro- Ubuntu and Ubuntu Kylin Nate - BIOS update on E6440 without use of Windows Wrap Up Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (https://dlnxtend.com/wendy) (Instagram @LinuxandLifts) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
On this weeks episode of DLN Xtend we talk about making the Switch over to Linux 00:00 Introduction 12:15 Topic -Making the Switch 40:31 Host Related Interests 47:34 Wrap Up Topic: -Stress Free Linux Experience https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/what-are-your-general-tips-for-the-most-stress-free-linux-experience/2411 -esbeeb- "Hello Everybody, For those forum members who have been using Linux for a good long while now (at least a few years): As you learned the ropes of how the whole Linux Distro ecosystem works, what sorts of guidelines did you make for yourself, to minimize the various sorts of stress of being faced with such a wide range of choices in this ecosystem? How did you set your sights on tighter groupings of choices, when you realized that it would be effectively impossible to try every distro, every desktop environment, every piece of software which could possibly meet some need that you had? What did you do, to try to simplify things (and manage the complexity, so it didn’t get out of hand)? Did these approaches work, generally speaking, over the longer term? What did you decide you wanted to seek out, from a technical perspective, which would keep your Linux journey the most stress-free? (Seeking answers on forums, podcasts, instructional videos, etc. is an obvious answer here, no need to mention it). Likewise to 4, what did you decide you wanted to avoid?" Host Related Interests Matt -Game - Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator https://store.steampowered.com/app/520440/GUILTYGEARXrd_REVELATOR/ -Distro- Nitrux www.nxos.org Nate New CPU in primary machine i7-4610M to i7-4900MQ Replacement CPU in Workstation / Server Wrap Up Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (https://dlnxtend.com/wendy) (Instagram @LinuxandLifts) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
On this weeks episode of DLN Xtend we talk about choice and how user’s come to make the decisions they do in their hardware and software. 00:00 Introductions 09:04 Jason's Back 15:37 It's alright to use Nano 20:20 Ideas for an old Computer 25:18 Host Related Interest 41:02 Wrap Up What Matt has been listening too (from Introductions) -https://ff7.ocremix.org (Son of Chaos Favorite song) Linux for Everyone Jason’s first podcast in a while -https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/episode-37-legionnaire/2394 -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3o1s4FIIFs coreboot ** It's alright to use Nano -https://destinationlinux.org/episode-183/ Ideas for an old Computer (community topic) -https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/ideas-for-old-computer/2311 Nate - Fusion 360 on Linux Wendy- Adventures in RawTherapee - www.rawtherapee.com Matt -Elive - https://www.elivecd.org -Game- Blades of Time -https://store.steampowered.com/app/208670/BladesofTime/ Wrap Up Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (https://dlnxtend.com/wendy) (Instagram @LinuxandLifts) Nate (cubiclenate.com) YouTube Version: https://youtu.be/NsgLLoZr8SU
On this weeks episode of DLN Xtend we talk about users having the ability and right to upgrade their technology when and where they see fit. Topics 00:00 Introductions 09:24 Right to Repair 18:43 New PinePhone 24:09 Bad Product Experiences 39:20 Host Related Interests 45:56 Wrap Up The Ugly Truth About Apple's Engineering . . . Glue, Glue Everywhere - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhB-95vKx8w New PinePhone for Convergence - https://frontpagelinux.com/news/new-pinephone-with-3gb-of-ram-and-usb-convergence-dock/ Matt Project RIP - https://store.steampowered.com/app/1131400/Project_RIP/ Kaos - www.kaos.us Wendy- Adventures in RawTherapee - www.rawtherapee.com Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (https://dlnxtend.com/wendy) (Instagram @LinuxandLifts) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
In this episode of DLN Xtend we discuss criticism. Is it always negative? How do we take it as open-source projects, creators, or even as users of a project? Topics: 00:00 Introductions 08:50 Community Feedback 10:37 Discussion of the Week: Is Criticism Negativity? 31:11 Host Related Interest 44:21 Wrap Up Let’s discuss community feedback -Episode 22 https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/dln-xtend-22-why-gaming-on-linux-matters-linux-mint-forbids-snaps/2242/8 Is Criticism Negativity? -Torvalds Takes Time Off https://gizmodo.com/linux-founder-takes-some-time-off-to-learn-how-to-stop-1829105667 -Firefox + Mr Robot (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/lookingglass) -Ubuntu and Amazon Link -Ubuntu and Unity Host Related Interest Matt - New version of Manjaro Webdad (Jade Desktop Environment) https://osdn.net/projects/manjaro-community/storage/webdad/ - Game recommendation - Tower of Time https://store.steampowered.com/app/617480/TowerofTime/ Wendy - Exploring new software https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/what-software-do-you-use/2284 Nate - Commodore 64 live stream, fail. OBS NDI Pluging works great. Wrap Up Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (DestinationLinux.Network) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
On this episode of DLN Xtend we talk about the future of communication, and the constant moving target as it relates to switching to any type of new or different platform. Topics: 00:00 Introductions 06:43 Ask Noah: Privacy & Security Enhanced with Dr. Andy Yen (https://podcast.asknoahshow.com/188) 15:06 TuxDigital: Windows Users Can’t Seem to Blame Windows For Its Own Problems (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4p_jezxzGKk) 20:10 What Applications are Missing in Linux (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/what-applications-are-missing-in-linux/1011) 26:25 Frontpage Linux: Interview with Cassidy James of Elementary OS (https://frontpagelinux.com/news/linux-plusplus-issue-20/) 31:20 Hosts Related Interests 42:31 Wrap Up App Recommendations for natalx --MiniGalaxy- https://github.com/sharkwouter/minigalaxy What Applications are Missing in Linux (Comments from the Community) https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/what-applications-are-missing-in-linux/1011 esbeeb says "We just probably need to hire great UX people to improve the workflow of the apps. Totally agree. UX means so very very much to overall success these days. But many Linux geeks seem to have this puzzlingly locked-on focus on super low level things, quibbling a little too much about totally revamping major low-level subsystems that unfortunately only make things just a little bit better, at the end of the day. If they took that same attention to detail to the UX, they would make 10x the impact on the world, IMHO. jastombaugh says “@gabmus Absolutely perfectly worded!!! Thank you for posting this. Your point makes total sense, and I wish I had the power to point this out in so many other forums and on a host of podcasts. There is a huge need for Open Source UX designers. I just wish we had the ‘Designers Toolkit’ that could enable these people to ‘rearrange a programs ‘flowchart’ of operations’ or ‘grab an icon/window element’ and edit it. Obviously, I can’t begin to imagine what kind of a powerful program it would take to implement this. But if there was only some way that would enable OS UX Designers to apply ‘UX-Interfaces’ to applications in a similar way that themes can be applied to Desktop Environments. I can dream, can’t I?” natalx says “I would like to see GOG Galaxy released on linux.” – MiniGalaxy- https://github.com/sharkwouter/minigalaxy “recommendation to Natalx gog galaxy request” Host related interest (31:20- Matt Been trying out Nitrux for the weird distro – https://nxos.org Game recommendation - Congolomerte 451 – https://store.steampowered.com/app/1022710/Conglomerate_451/ Wendy RawTherapee Lens Blur Recovery on v 5.8 -Gave it a go on an image I created over the 4th of July weekend. Nate -Virtual installation party for openSUSE Leap 15.2 live stream – more people there than I expected Updated openSUSE Wiki docs Ref: https://en.opensuse.org/User:Futureboy Wrap Up Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (DestinationLinux.Network) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
On this episode of DLN Xtend, we introduce two new hosts. While also talking about how one area of Linux that might not interest us, can still have an affect on the parts we do care about. While also seeing what the hosts have been up too. Topics: 00:00 Introduction 05:30 New DLN Podcast: Sudo Show 07:23 Why should I care about Linux gaming? 13:23 Front Page Linux Tutorial = Easily Install JACK Audio with Ubuntu Studio Installer 15:03 Linux Mint "forbids" Snaps. Is this Good or Bad? 29:21 Host Related Interests 42:38 Wrap Up Why should I care about Linux gaming? - Denuvo Anti-Cheat to Work on Linux through Proton - Proton Release Notes - OpenRGB has some good tools for using the RGB of your motehrboard, RAM and other RGB peripherals. However, Piper adds great functionality to your gaming mouse. - Does better gaming expand the user base? What does that mean for non-gaming Linux users? Comments from the Destination Linux Discourse about the Linux Mint vs Snaps discussion: Ethanol says “…Personally I don’t mind what Mint is doing. It’s kind of like the whole telemetry debate. I’d rather my system presume non-consent until I explicitly give it. If Mint wants to forbid snapd from being automatically installed that’s peachy, since I already expect to have to manually install it when I want it anyways, like most things.” BertN45 says “Basically I prefer snaps and if available I want to install them. But after installing LibreOffice in a snap, I detected that I lost access to the Dutch language libraries and installing it again did not work for the snap. So I had to delete the snap again. I’m interested how the snap people want to work with language dependencies. If they can’t solve this major issue, snaps are for the USA, UK and some other larger countries only!” jastombaugh says “Well said. I agree with Clem’s approach and, in general, I totally understand and approve of the Mint philosophy on issues like this. It feels like we NEED both outlooks, like poles, in the linux-phere because of the innovation AND the safeguards they bring to the users.” ak2020 says “Although I don’t use Linux Mint myself, I’ve generally thought of their team to be fairly in-touch with their community. Having watched this video I agree Linux Mint are overreacting and taking away choice from their community by making it so hard to install snaps. I still think if they want to become independent of Ubuntu for whatever reason, first-off they should base directly on Debian, secondly, yes, why don’t they have their own infrastructure if they want that much independence and control?” Ulfnic says “It’s like Debian and Mint both saying… “hey man, we’re cool letting you have this but we want you to take a few extra steps to make sure you understand this goes outside of the ethics you chose us for and we’re just making sure you really know” and in Mint’s case, that step is a single terminal command.” Matt: - Gaming Deal Recommendation- Dreamfall Chapters (https://store.steampowered.com/app/237850/Dreamfall_Chapters/) - Weird Distro to try Ubuntu Unity Education edition (Not avaiable directly on site yet) (https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1m0LjZDeY-4Cj3vJX8Ymqls14b3gQVHEt?usp=sharing) Wendy: More info in DL episode 89 Kernel Poppin’ on what I use and why. Still thinking this section out. Nate: openSUSE Leap 15.2 Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion Host Contact Info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (DestinationLinux.Network) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
Thanks for joining us for episode 21 of DLN Xtend (https://dlnxtend.com/). Nate talks about designing a roll out pantry in Fusion 360 and Eric tests the virtues of virtual machines, virtual environments and containers. We received some listener feedback from ThatComputerKid about how he feels EndeavourOS is not Arch. We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It's optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). In the DLN Community segment, there was a post in the Destination Linux Network Discourse forum about learning computer programming (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/interested-in-becoming-a-programmer/1828), specifically which languages are worth learning. Eric ignores all that and focuses on the process of actually learning to code and how it's been a series of stops and starts for him. In case you haven't heard, Linux++ (https://frontpagelinux.com/?s=Linux%2B%2B) is now on Front Page Linux (https://frontpagelinux.com). Linux++ is a weekly dive into the major topics, events, and headlines throughout the Linux world published by Eric Londo (https://frontpagelinux.com/author/eric-londo/). Eric is an environmental engineer with a passion in software development, the open-source software community, and especially the GNU/Linux OS. His take on the events of the week are in-depth, concise and well researched. It's an excellent resource for all things Linux and Open Source and we highly recommend checking it out. On Hardware Addicts episode 8 (https://hardwareaddicts.org/8) they discuss new AMD laptop processors featuring a lower TDP (thermal design power (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermal_design_power)) which promises lower heat output and better battery life. This gets us thinking about the race to the middle that the ARM and x86 CPU architectures seem to be engaged in. Also on Hardware Addicts episode 8 (https://hardwareaddicts.org/8), the topic of USB audio devices was discussed which led Nate to wonder if having a hardware solution for audio is a better choice than controlling things in software with the likes of PulseAudio. That's all for this episode. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas!
On DLN Xtend Episode 20, Eric tests some new distribution releases including Ubuntu 20.04 (http://www.releases.ubuntu.com/20.04/), Deepin 20, (https://www.deepin.org/en/2020/04/15/deepin-20-beta/) and EndeavourOS (https://endeavouros.com/). He also provides another thrilling update on the closet studio project. Nate talks about updating a very out of date copy of openSUSE (https://www.opensuse.org/) and decides to take the plunge on the PinePhone (https://www.pine64.org/pinephone/). We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It's optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.org/episode-167/) had Vinzenz Vietzke of Tuxedo Computers (https://www.tuxedocomputers.com/) as a guest who explained their stance on consumer's right to repair. We are firm believers in this right and delve into this as well as planned obsolescence common in many electronics. The Destination Linux Network launched a new website recently called Front Page Linux (https://frontpagelinux.com/). This is a news and commentary site focused on Linux, Open Source, community and more. Eric has already published several articles (https://frontpagelinux.com/author/eric-adams/) and Nate is planning to do so soon. The Ask Noah Show (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/ask-noah-show/) recently discussed the art of troubleshooting and what's involved with being an effective problem solver. We touch on how troubleshooting has played a big part in our lives and how we are passing it on to our children. That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas! Chapters: 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:40 Eric's Week - Ubuntu 20.04 Flavors, Deepin 20, EndeavourOS, Closet Studio Upgrade 00:22:46 Nate's Week - Updating openSUSE, PinePhone Plunge 00:33:43 DLN Xtend is sponsored by DigitalOcean 00:34:39 Right to Repair 00:49:06 Front Page Linux 00:53:40 The Art of Troubleshooting 01:08:17 Outro
Thanks for joining us. On DLN Xtend Episode 19, Nate spent time trying out some plugins for OBS Studio and Eric continues the hunt for the ideal video editor. In our Listener Feedback segment, we have a follow up on Folding@Home. We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). Our Community Focus discusses ways to limit internet usage for children, particularly the focus on education and alternative activities. On This Week in Linux, Michael covered the fourth edition of Linux Mint Debian Edition and we discuss using Debian as a desktop OS. That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas! Chapters: 00:41 Nate's Week - OBS Plugins 08:57 Eric's Week - Video Editors 17:21 Listener Feedback - Folding@Home 19:11 DLN Xtend Sponsored by DIgitalOcean 20:16 Community Focus - Limiting Internet Usage for Children 27:35 This Week in Linux - Linux Mint Debian Edition 33:12 Outro
Welcome to DLN Xtend Episode 18. In this episode, Eric finds a new home studio/office space and Nate tells us about using LeoCAD (https://www.leocad.org/) with his kids. LeoCAD lets you design virtual models with LEGO® bricks. We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). On This Week in Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/this-week-in-linux/), Michael (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/michael-tunnell/) mentioned Folding@Home (https://foldingathome.org/) as a way to help with COVID-19 research. They have a blog post (https://foldingathome.org/2020/03/15/coronavirus-what-were-doing-and-how-you-can-help-in-simple-terms/) describing what they are doing and how you can help. Also on This Week in Linux, there is a new release (https://sourceforge.net/p/clonezilla/news/) of Clonezilla live (https://clonezilla.org/), a partition and disk imaging/cloning program. We discuss the benefits of using this type of software to create full snapshots of disks and partitions. That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas! Chapters: 00:42 Eric's Week - New Studio / Office 08:30 Nate's Week - LeoCAD 13:05 Listener Feedback - LibreOffice 17:02 This Week in Linux - Folding@Home 20:49 This Week in Linux - Clonezilla Live 27:44 Outro
On DLN Xtend Episode 17, Nate tests FreeOffice (https://www.freeoffice.com/en/) and Eric spends some time with Kdenlive (https://kdenlive.org/). We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/destination-linux/) talked about the open source document viewer KOReader (http://koreader.rocks/) which peaked Nate's interest and leads to a discussion on e-readers. Ask Noah brings up the recent news of an AMD vulnerability discovered as part of a study funded by Intel and also the excellent Opensource.Builders (https://opensource.builders) website which showcases open source alternatives to common proprietary software. Jason Evangelho of Linux for Everyone (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/linux-for-everyone/) recently interviewed Alan Pope (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AlanPope) of Canonical and asked some interesting questions. We break down a few of the more interesting aspects of their conversation. On the DasGeek (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIme1suHyN7cAGrTy8RBdhQ) YouTube channel, Ryan covered using the El Gato Streamdeck Mini (https://youtu.be/6M0hfmbLfmM) with Linux which led Eric to wonder if there was a way to use a general-purpose tablet to do the same thing rather than buying dedicated hardware. Turns out, there is a very easy way to accomplish this with obs-websocket (https://github.com/Palakis/obs-websocket) and OBS Tablet Remote (http://t2t2.github.io/obs-tablet-remote/). Thanks to Venn Stone of LinuxGameCast (https://linuxgamecast.com/) for the tutorial (https://linuxgamecast.com/2018/11/quick-dirty-remote-control-obs-studio/). That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas!
Welcome to DLN Xtend Episode 16. Eric tests Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa (http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/current/). Nate looks at KDE Plasma 5.18 (https://kde.org/announcements/plasma-5.18.0) and the Calligra (https://www.calligra.org/) office suite. We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). In this week's community focus, there was a great discussion (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/plasma-5-18-what-has-your-experience-been/1530) on KDE Plasma 5.18 and we get the warm fuzzies from a comment in Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram). Stuart Langridge (https://kryogenix.org/) guest hosted on Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/destination-linux/) and their guest was Ikey Doherty discussing his latest project, Lispy Snake (https://lispysnake.com/), an independent game studio. On This Week in Linux (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/this-week-in-linux/), Michael Tunnell (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/michael-tunnell/) covered the Manjaro 19.0 release (https://forum.manjaro.org/t/manjaro-19-0-released-gnome-kde-xfce-architect/126010) which I made a video (https://youtu.be/t73ChYmcQ6o) about and also Facebook becoming a sponsor of the OBS Studio project (https://obsproject.com/blog/facebook-becomes-a-premiere-sponsor). That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas! Chapters: 00:51 Eric's Week - Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa 05:38 Nate's Week - KDE Plasma 5.18 and Calligra Office 14:38 DLN Xtend is Sponsored by DigitalOcean 15:34 Community Focus - KDE Plasma 5.18 Discussion and Warm Fuzzies 28:33 Destination Linux - Stuart Langridge and Ikey Doherty 36:35 This Week in Linux - Manjaro 19.0 44:41 This Week in Linux - Facebook Donates to OBS Studio 49:43 Outro
Welcome to DLN Xtend Episode 15. This time, some acquaintances of Nate have asked him for help getting started with Linux and helping his son with an electronics engineering course. Eric goes deeper into Linux audio with JACK and Reaper. We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to do.co/dln (https://do.co/dln). Dalton Durst from the UBports (https://ubports.com/) project was a guest host on Destination Linux (https://destinationlinux.org/episode-161/). They discussed the PinePhone (https://www.pine64.org/pinephone/) Braveheart edition and how UBports was progressing on the device. We, of course, couldn't be happier about the prospect of a Linux smartphone. On the Ask Noah (https://podcast.asknoahshow.com/167) show, Noah doesn't see a place for rolling release distros. We disagree and think they serve a need just as fixed release distributions do. Jason Evangehlo of Linux for Everyone (https://www.linux4everyone.com/28-i-make-foss-salient-os) covers the negativity surrounding proprietary software and dual booting. It's an attitude that bothers us as well. That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/), Telegram (https://destinationlinux.org/telegram), Mumble (https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/) and Discord (https://destinationlinux.org/discord) servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows (https://destinationlinux.network/shows/) and creators (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/) (like Eric (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/eric-adams/) and Nate (https://destinationlinux.network/creators/nathan-wolf/) for example) is available at destinationlinux.network (https://destinationlinux.network). Until next time, see yas!
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elrey741

44:57: it definitely has machine identifiable information (i.e. hostname, processor, RAM, etc) in the bug reporting logs, because it is grabbing kernel logs from boot up and such. So it might or might not have PII (Personal Identifiable Information), but it really depends on what your applications push out to logs.

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