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Destination Linux

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A podcast made by people who love running Linux.
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https://youtu.be/WpvrDH9GNmA Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/2e75ebef-f4a7-4097-8590-3d5e08001085.mp3) Sponsored by LINBIT: Visit destinationlinux.net/linbit (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) to learn how LINBIT’s OSS, based on DRBD® and LINSTOR®, can be used for Kubernetes, CloudStack, OpenNebula, and more. Support the show by becoming a patron at tuxdigital.com/membership (https://tuxdigital.com/membership) or get some swag at tuxdigital.com/store (https://tuxdigital.com/store) Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com (https://michaeltunnell.com) Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com (https://dasgeekcommunity.com) Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com (https://jilllinuxgirl.com) Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:44 Community Feedback 14:49 Sponsored by LINBIT - [link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit)] 16:07 Apple to support RCS in iMessage - [link (https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2024/01/what-apples-promise-support-rcs-means-text-messaging)] 29:26 Google removing Cached Pages feature - [link (https://www.theverge.com/2024/2/2/24058985/google-search-cache-feature-discontinued)] 38:19 Gaming: Manjaro Goes Handheld Gaming - [link (https://neo.manjaro.org/)] 49:37 Software Spotlight: My GnuHealth - [link (https://flathub.org/apps/org.gnuhealth.mygnuhealth)] 54:00 Tip of the Week: Firefox Reader View 57:44 Exciting News! We're going to SCaLE - link (https://socallinuxexpo.org/) (50% Off Coupon: TUX) 58:48 SCaLE will be Highly valuable 59:07 Outro
https://youtu.be/n67f2zZNhok Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/20bfb567-4c07-46d3-9f14-0da896f8db58.mp3) Sponsored by Kolide: If a device isn't secure, it can't access your apps. It's device trust for Okta. Visit destinationlinux.net/kolide to learn more and watch a demo. Sponsored by LINBIT: Visit destinationlinux.net/linbit to learn how LINBIT’s OSS, based on DRBD® and LINSTOR®, can be used for Kubernetes, CloudStack, OpenNebula, and more. Support the show by becoming a patron at https://tuxdigital.com/membership or get some swag at https://tuxdigital.com/store Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Chapters: 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:32 Interview with Ilon and Hannah from SCALE 00:21:28 Sponsored by Kolide 00:24:30 The Interview Continues 00:44:49 Sponsored by LINBIT 00:46:07 More SCALE Interview 01:00:30 Events 01:01:29 Outro
https://youtu.be/QCb-QR7ygMA On this episode of Destination Linux (357), we cover a variety of AI topics from job losses in the tech industry due to AI to regulating AI technology and a delusional article that thinks Open Source AI is the worst form of the technology. Then we discuss the fight between Firefox and Apple where the EU is forcing browser changes on Apple's iOS. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Lets get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/8e92d6a6-0725-40f2-8a14-0c6457efac9d.mp3) Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:07 Community Feedback 00:08:25 NAMECHEAP - [link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap)] 00:09:24 Is Open-Source AI More Dangerous Than Close Source - [link (https://spectrum.ieee.org/open-source-ai-2666932122)] 00:35:37 LINBIT - [link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit)] 00:36:55 Apple & Firefox Battle It Out - [link (https://www.theverge.com/2024/1/26/24052067/mozilla-apple-ios-browser-rules-firefox)] 00:51:21 Gaming: Into the Necrovale - [link (https://store.steampowered.com/app/1717090/Into_the_Necrovale/)] 00:56:45 Software Spotlight: Reckoner - [link (https://flathub.org/apps/finance.reckoner.Reckoner)] 01:01:55 Tips and Tricks: Firefox ‘Send Tab To Device’ - [link (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/send-tab-firefox-desktop-other-devices)] 01:03:00 Events 01:05:09 Outro
https://youtu.be/HWhso6HmdSM On this episode of Destination Linux (356), On this week’s episode, we’re going to talk about Snaps…do they deserve the hate they receive or is it time to reconsider? We’re also going to cover a new OS from Huawei that claims it’s kernel is 3x better than Linux. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Lets get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/86c33af7-eedb-4e95-bfa5-49ce839a4f5f.mp3) Supported by: Kolide = https://destinationlinux.net/kolide LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:55 Community Feedback 00:16:51 KOLIDE - [link (https://destinationlinux.net/kolide)] 00:20:51 Snaps: Time to Reconsider? 00:54:38 LINBIT - [link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit)] 00:55:56 Linux Alternative: "3x More Efficient" - [link (https://www.notebookcheck.net/Huawei-claims-HarmonyOS-NEXT-kernel-is-3x-more-efficient-than-Linux.795125.0.html)] 01:08:37 Gaming: Familiars.io - [link (https://store.steampowered.com/app/2619250/Familiarsio/)] 01:13:05 Software Spotlight: MetaData Cleaner - [link (https://flathub.org/apps/fr.romainvigier.MetadataCleaner)] 01:14:26 Tips and Tricks: Snap Install 01:15:40 Events 01:16:48 Outro Tip of the Week If you want to give Snaps a try but are not on an Ubuntu based distro…don’t fret. Despite Snaps being created by Canonical…they can be used on most distros. - As an example: - Fedora just type: sudo dnf install snapd - [link (https://snapcraft.io/install/snap-store/fedora)] - With Arch Snap is available in the AUR - [link (https://snapcraft.io/install/snap-store/arch)] - How to install in openSUSE - [link (https://snapcraft.io/install/snap-store/opensuse)] - other distros - [link (https://snapcraft.io/snap-store)] You may need to enable them with systemctl command post install using: sudo systemctl enable --now snapd.socket
https://youtu.be/exFBEOQyIgk On this episode of Destination Linux (355), we give our predictions for Linux, Open Source, AI, crypto currencies, and much more for 2024. We also take a look at the latest edition of the Ubuntu based, Zorin OS 17. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Lets get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/512312fa-430d-4da7-83bb-932d91686558.mp3) Supported by: Kolide = https://destinationlinux.net/kolide LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 Introduction 00:01:12 Community Feedback 00:17:47 KOLIDE - [link (https://destinationlinux.net/kolide)] 00:20:49 Predictions For 2024 00:47:29 LINBIT - [link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit)] 00:48:48 Zorin OS 17 Released - [link (https://blog.zorin.com/2023/12/20/zorin-os-17-has-arrived/)] 00:59:51 Gaming: Scream or Die - [link (https://store.steampowered.com/app/2700050/Scream_or_Die/)] 01:06:08 Software Spotlight: WhatsApp Desktop - [link (https://flathub.org/apps/io.github.mimbrero.WhatsAppDesktop)] 01:09:25 Tips of the Week: FZF - [link (https://github.com/junegunn/fzf)] 01:12:21 Events: SCALE 01:14:04 Outro Tip of the Week #2 Find out if you are using Wayland or X11: echo $XDGSESSIONTYPE
https://youtu.be/wShIu0oE4f0 On this episode of Destination Linux (354), Frank Karlitschek of Nextcloud joins us for an interview at the Ubuntu Summit to discuss Nextcloud, the importance of self-hosting, Open Source, KDE, and more. Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/54523a08-33cf-4117-8fab-cc1196c352db.mp3) Special Guest: Frank Karlitschek Link: https://nextcloud.com Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00 Destination Linux 354 Intro 00:26 Community Feedback 04:20 NAMECHEAP - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 05:18 Interview Frank Karlitschek from Nextcloud 30:47 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 32:05 Gaming: Cosmic Carnage Prologue - [ link (https://store.steampowered.com/app/2704660/Cosmic_Carnage_Prologue/) ] 35:44 Software Spotlight: Impression - [ link (https://flathub.org/apps/io.gitlab.adhami3310.Impression) ] 37:04 Tips and Tricks: Community Feedback 40:31 Events 42:04 Outro Tip of the Week apropos -s 1 “” | shuf -n 1 Full Message: "Hello everyone! love the show. Been a Linux user for a little bit now and I get lots of tips and tricks from you guys. I wanted to share a trick I recently started using to learn commands/tools/stuff. There are so many commands and functions that I would feel overwhelmed learning about them. I came across the apropos command using the -s 1 “” when using that options you will see tons of output and their definitions. This is where your anxiety starts. BUT if you pipe that into the shuf command followed by -n 1 it will output one random command with the brief definition. The full command would be apropos -s 1 “” | shuf -n 1 I then put this in my bashrc start up so when I log into the system it will output one of those random commands. I will then take that one output and make it my mission to know everything I can about it by the end of the day. (if its something I already know, I will run the command until I see something new) Hope someone finds this helpful. Keep marching!"
https://youtu.be/zDzkAs0V81U On this episode of Destination Linux (353), Mark Shuttleworth joins us for an interview at the Ubuntu Summit to discuss Ubuntu, Ubuntu Summit, AI, the importance of open-source contributions and the positive impact it can have on industries. Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/cba1bbb7-64b7-4eed-99fc-1accb3939e7b.mp3) Special Guests: Mark Shuttleworth Link: https://ubuntu.com Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00 Destination Linux 353 Intro 00:49 Community Feedback 07:47 NAMECHEAP - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 08:46 Interview: Mark Shuttleworth 27:40 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 28:58 Interview: Mark Shuttleworth Cont. 43:52 Gaming: MrBid an AI Generated game 45:33 Software Spotlight: Exercise Timer 47:34 Tips and Tricks: Alternativeto 49:13 Events 50:17 Outro
On this episode of Destination Linux (352), we have another awesome interview lined up for you. Michael sits down with Randy Packer, from DreamWorks, to talk about their open-source projects. Let's get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/12baac3a-64c2-4434-a75e-ea4ab2cb7cd3.mp3) Special Guests: Randy Packer Link: https://openmoonray.org/ Supported By: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 0:00:00 Destination Linux 352 Intro 0:00:29 Community Feedback 0:09:46 NAMECHEAP [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 0:10:45 Interview with DreamWorks from the Ubuntu Summit 0:45:39 LINBIT [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 0:46:57 Gaming: Printersim [ link (https://store.steampowered.com/app/1665200/Printersim/) ] 0:51:53 Software Spotlight: Coppwr [ link (https://github.com/dimtpap/coppwr) ] 0:55:17 Tips and Tricks: Gift Giving 1:01:00 Events 1:02:25 Close
https://youtu.be/CLEMiM0L2Jk On this episode of Destination Linux (351), we have an awesome interview lined up for you. We are being joined by 2 members of the OpenPrinting project to talk about their work making Printing on Linux so easy and just works. Lets get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/6b84cd4b-6e84-4e66-bb53-43916e730c83.mp3) Special Guests: Till Kamppeter Michael Sweet Link: https://openprinting.github.io/ Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 Destination Linux 351 Intro 00:00:38 Community Feedback 00:07:46 NAMECHEAP - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 00:08:44 OpenPrinting Interview 00:09:03 What was your first experience with open source software? 00:24:38 What is the OpenPrinting organization and what services do they provide to the community? 00:38:53 Till, can you tell us about your work on Linux Mandrake? 00:45:02 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 00:46:20 What are some of the biggest challenges getting drivers to work on Linux? 00:53:10 How has Apple made AirPrint so good? 01:02:19 If you were in the market for a new printer, what brand would you be looking at? 01:08:32 What do you think the future holds for printing as a whole? 01:16:59 What kind of contributions would you ask for and how can they get in touch? 01:21:03 Did Apple make CUPS? 01:28:26 Lightning Round 01:31:25 Outro
https://youtu.be/kTNwaQNt2gI On this episode of Destination Linux (350), we’re going to share our favorite tech of 2023, all the gear that gave us geek chills this year. This episode can also be used as a gift giving guide . . . hint hint We’re also going to cover EFF’s proposal for comprehensive privacy laws . . . does it go too far or not far enough. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Lets get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/31769dfd-0549-4eab-bfef-c90e89809c1c.mp3) Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Ryan's Geek Gift Buying Guide = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHVdZRmJ7hI Chapters: 00:00:00 Destination Linux 350 Intro 00:00:50 Community Feedback 00:06:08 NAMECHEAP - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 00:07:07 DL’s Gift Giving Guide - [ links below ] 00:37:15 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 00:38:34 EFF Proposes Privacy Laws - [ link (https://www.eff.org/wp/privacy-first-better-way-address-online-harms) ] 00:56:56 Gaming: Striving for Light - [ link (https://store.steampowered.com/app/2286450/Striving_for_Light_Survival/) ] 01:00:55 Software Spotlight: Denaro - [ link (https://flathub.org/apps/org.nickvision.money) ] 01:03:02 Tips and Tricks: Holiday Decoration in Linux - [ links below ] 01:05:59 Events 01:08:11 Outro Gift Guide Links: Garmin Venu = https://amzn.to/3R5dABN Intel ARC A770 GPU = https://amzn.to/3RhD9zM Raspberry Pi 5 = https://www.raspberrypi.com/products/raspberry-pi-5/ Framework Laptop = https://frame.work/ Pixel Buds Pro = https://store.google.com/us/product/pixelbudspro Fairphone with /e/OS = https://destinationlinux.net/murena Mechanincal Keyboards = https://amzn.to/41eUNsx Tip of the Week Christmas Tree in Bash in the Terminal = https://github.com/sergiolepore/ChristBASHTree snow in terminal = https://github.com/sontek/snowmachine GNOME Extensions that make snow flurries on your desktop https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/3912/snow/ https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/1547/let-it-snow/
https://youtu.be/HBg-kesF6hU On this episode of Destination Linux (349), we're going to talk about a new All AMD Laptop from Tuxedo Computers, plus we have some riveting news about a new open source license making some waves. Also we received some interesting feedback about a previous community question related to Voice to Text tools for Linux. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Lets get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/bc827738-8c8b-4c93-bc0b-6a37350d487c.mp3) Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Ryan's Geek Gift Buying Guide = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHVdZRmJ7hI Chapters: 00:00 DL 349 Intro 00:40 Community Feedback 07:41 NameCheap - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 10:13 New Open Source License - [ link (https://fsl.software/) ] 29:06 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 30:24 All AMD Laptop by Tuxedo - [ link (https://www.tuxedocomputers.com/en/TUXEDO-Sirius-16-Gen1.tuxedo) ] 45:30 Gaming: Astrominer - [ link (https://store.steampowered.com/app/2437660/Astrominer/) ] 50:49 Software Spotlight: Carburetor - [ link (https://flathub.org/apps/io.frama.tractor.carburetor) ] 52:33 Tips and Tricks: Phishing Attacks 56:51 Events 58:07 Outro
https://youtu.be/ktmMl5NGx-I On this episode of Destination Linux (348), we’re going to interview Alexis Noetinger, the COO of Murena. We talk about Murena's privacy respecting Smartphones, /e/OS mobile operating system, Murena Cloud services and more. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Lets get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/28f4867d-fa51-4f95-b435-f7520ddeef6d.mp3) Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 Destination Linux 348 Intro 00:00:33 NAMECHEAP - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 00:03:06 Interview with the COO of Murena - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/murena) ] 00:59:03 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 01:00:22 Software Spotlight: TigerVNC - [ link (https://tigervnc.org/) ] 01:02:07 Tips & Tricks: Spreadsheet Formulas - [ link () ] 01:07:12 Events 01:07:57 Outro Tip of the Week: The equal sign is your best friend and the start of making formulas in Excel, OnlyOffice Spreadsheets and virtually any spreadsheet software worth it’s weight. You can hit = in an empty cell under a colum of numbers and type =sum to sum up numbers = count to count the number of cells = average to average the row = LEN to count the length
https://youtu.be/mbg-vCIaSz4 On this episode of Destination Linux (347), we’re going to interview Simon Quigly of Lubuntu about the lightweight distro, LXQt, Ubuntu Summit, being a Debian Developer and more. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Lets get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/309c718e-79a8-4a5a-960b-b06d4f7ea783.mp3) Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 Destination Linux 347 Intro 00:00:26 Community Feedback 00:07:14 NAMECHEAP - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 00:09:45 Simon Quigley Interview - [ link (https://lubuntu.me) ] 00:49:13 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 00:50:31 Gaming: The Talos Principle 2 - [ link (https://store.steampowered.com/app/835960/The_Talos_Principle_2/) ] 01:00:00 Software Spotlight: Prospect Mail - [ link (https://github.com/julian-alarcon/prospect-mail) ] 01:02:24 Tip and Trick: GNOME Recipes - [ link (https://flathub.org/apps/org.gnome.Recipes) ] 01:06:23 Events 01:06:48 Close
https://youtu.be/V6SHIqMnsmw On this episode of Destination Linux (346), we’re going to discuss the software that Linux is missing…a community wishlist… and a new piece of Linux hardware that’s going to blow your MIND! Also in this episode we’re going to discuss Michael’s adventures at the Ubuntu Summit. How it went and what were some highlights he wants to share. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Lets get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/d69c2c66-12e9-4b08-8022-dea3ae42b202.mp3) Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 DL 346 Intro 00:00:40 Community Feedback 00:08:55 NAMECHEAP - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 00:11:27 Ubuntu Summit Run Down - [ link (https://events.canonical.com/event/31/) ] 00:12:34 Tonge Tied 00:39:05 Mine 00:43:01 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 00:44:19 What Software Linux is Missing? - [ link (https://www.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/17p1ufs/what_is_a_piece_of_software_that_linux/) ] 01:00:10 New OLED Steam Deck! - [ link (https://www.steamdeck.com/en/) ] 01:11:57 Software Spotlight: Skiff - [ link (https://skiff.com/) ] 01:13:24 Too many Emails 01:15:15 Tips and Tricks: Aegis - [ link (https://getaegis.app/) ] 01:17:28 Events 01:19:01 Outro
https://youtu.be/kSWkGnJIcvc On this episode of Destination Linux (345), we’re going to discuss the next generation of Windows and it might even be Linux based? Then we’re going to discuss Nvidia stepping on AMD's and Intel’s territory in a bold new move. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Lets get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/0cd3e251-068a-4c2a-a1f0-f7a1224ccbeb.mp3) Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://michaeltunnell.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 DL 345 Intro 00:00:42 Community Feedback 00:08:41 NAMECHEAP - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 00:11:13 Microsoft Hearts Linux Not Google - [ link (https://www.neowin.net/news/microsoft-now-wants-you-to-take-a-poll-before-installing-google-chrome/) | link 2 (https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/linux/install) ] 00:38:27 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 00:39:45 Nvidia Enters The CPU Market with ARM - [ link (https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/shopping/nvidia-to-challenge-intel-with-arm-based-processors-for-pcs/ar-AA1iICYU) ] 00:53:15 Gaming: Here Goes Muffin - [ muffins (https://store.steampowered.com/app/1550110/Here_Goes_Muffin/) | cupcakes (https://www.crazygames.com/game/papas-cupcakeria) ] 00:59:35 Software Spotlight: ProtonPass - [ link (https://proton.me/pass) ] 01:03:17 Tip & Trick: Halloween Projects - [ link (https://www.raspberrypi.com/news/halloween-projects-2017/) ] 01:08:40 Events[ Ubuntu Summit (https://events.canonical.com/event/31/), SCALE (https://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale/21x) ] 01:13:53 Outro
https://youtu.be/h1XTs1ed3MY On this episode of Destination Linux (344), we're reviewing the latest release of Ubuntu, Ubuntu 23.10 or Mantic Minotaur, we'll discuss its improvements and new features. We also touch on Linux security, debunking myths and highlighting the reasons why Linux is the most secure and useful OS of them all. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Let’s get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/1d93be59-70f9-416e-9320-11df6ddaed13.mp3) SHOW NOTES ►► https://destinationlinux.net/344 Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://tuxdigital.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 DL 344 Intro 00:01:11 Community Feedback 00:04:59 NAMECHEAP - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 00:07:30 Ubuntu 23.10 Review (Mantic Minotaur) - [ link (https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/mantic-minotaur-release-notes/35534) ] 00:37:20 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 00:38:39 Linux Security - [ source article (https://madaidans-insecurities.github.io/linux.html) ] 00:56:25 Gaming: Crimson Trials - [ link (https://bitwixt.itch.io/crimson-trials) ] 01:02:06 Software Spotlight: AppFlowy - [ link (https://appflowy.io/) ] 01:06:28 Tips and Tricks: Ubuntu Restricted Extras 01:08:10 Events - [ Ubuntu Summit (https://events.canonical.com/event/31/), SCALE (https://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale/21x) ] 01:12:14 Outro Tip of the Week: sudo apt install ubuntu-restricted-extras Other Links: https://destinationlinux.net/279 https://imgur.com/a/p3VaKIH SHOW NOTES ►► https://destinationlinux.net/344
https://youtu.be/AkPSf4psq-o On this episode of Destination Linux (343), we're covering the future of X11, is it time to say goodbye, and how GNOME might be leading the way. Then we're going to discuss a passwordless future, is it time to get rid of your password manager? Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Let’s get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/66cbcdbd-867f-4e2d-b1e9-54dd61625c5d.mp3) SHOW NOTES ►► https://destinationlinux.net/343 Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://tuxdigital.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 DL 342 Intro 00:00:38 Community Feedback 00:07:25 NAMECHEAP - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 00:09:57 Gnome Removes X11 Session Merge Request - [ link (https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-session/-/merge_requests/98) ] 00:26:12 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 00:27:30 No More Passwords says Google & Apple - [ link (https://www.androidcentral.com/apps-software/google-account-passkey-access-by-default) ] 00:42:06 Gaming: Seedlings - [ link (https://store.steampowered.com/app/1575510/Seedlings/) ] 00:48:19 Software Spotlight: LoneWolf - [ link (https://flathub.org/apps/site.someones.Lonewolf) ] 00:54:32 Tips & Tricks: Yubikey - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/yubikey) | amazon (https://destinationlinux.net/yubikey-amazon) ] 00:57:14 Events: All Things Open (https://2023.allthingsopen.org/), Ubuntu Summit (https://events.canonical.com/event/31/), SCALE (https://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale/21x) 01:00:45 Outro SHOW NOTES ►► https://destinationlinux.net/343
https://youtu.be/GunT1EwTywM On this episode of Destination Linux (342), we'll be diving into the world of rolling release distributions and exploring the latest developments in foldable laptops. We'll also discuss listener emails and upcoming events. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Let’s get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/dce30837-28e4-4fdd-83b6-74e88625cb8b.mp3) SHOW NOTES ►► https://destinationlinux.net/342 Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://tuxdigital.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 DL 342 Intro 00:00:44 Community Feedback 00:15:14 NAMECHEAP https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap 00:17:47 openSUSE Slow Rolling https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Slowroll 00:28:45 LINBIT https://destinationlinux.net/linbit 00:30:03 LG Unveils Foldable Laptop Screens https://www.techradar.com/computing/gaming-laptops/lgs-next-gen-folding-oled-screen-for-laptops-is-exactly-what-weve-been-waiting-for 00:43:05 Foldable Phones 00:50:03 Gaming: Tony Hawk’s™ Pro Skater™ 1 + 2 https://store.steampowered.com/app/2395210/TonyHawksProSkater1__2/ 01:02:34 Software Spotlight: WebCamize https://github.com/weebney/webcamize 01:05:03 Tip and Trick: Find a LUG https://www.meetup.com/ https://www.meetup.com/sfvlug/ https://www.meetup.com/linuxchixla/ http://www.lug.org.uk/ https://southeastlinuxfest.org/southeast-foss-groups/ 01:07:26 Events https://events.canonical.com/event/31/ https://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale/21x 01:09:21 Outro SHOW NOTES ►► https://destinationlinux.net/342
https://youtu.be/B5znlBX_tKg On this episode of Destination Linux (341), we cover various topics ranging from changes in Linux kernel support policies to the upcoming Raspberry Pi 5. We discuss the implications of these changes and explore the standout features of the Raspberry Pi 5. We also touch on gaming, web app Photopea as an alternative to Adobe Photoshop, command line interface tips, and upcoming events. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Let’s get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/87887284-2e3a-4d5d-9410-de4d1016300e.mp3) SHOW NOTES ►► https://destinationlinux.net/341 Supported by: Namecheap = https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap LINBIT = https://destinationlinux.net/linbit Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://tuxdigital.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00:00 DL 341 Intro 00:00:58 Community Feedback 00:09:17 Namecheap - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/namecheap) ] 00:11:49 Linux Kernel Changes Support Model - [ link (https://www.zdnet.com/article/long-term-support-for-linux-kernel-to-be-cut-as-maintainence-remains-under-strain/) ] 00:27:43 LINBIT - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/linbit) ] 00:29:02 Raspberry Pi 5 Announced - [ link (https://www.raspberrypi.com/news/introducing-raspberry-pi-5/) ] 00:40:31 Gaming: Counter-Strike 2 - [ link (https://store.steampowered.com/app/730/CounterStrike_2/) ] 00:50:18 Software Spotlight: Photopea - [ link (https://destinationlinux.net/photopea) ] 00:59:00 Tip of the Week: Incognito CLI 01:03:18 Events 01:05:41 Outro SHOW NOTES ►► https://destinationlinux.net/341
https://youtu.be/Z4svp2z5s6I On this episode of Destination Linux (340), Fujitsu makes some cool advances in AI for Open Source Software. Then we’re going to discuss a major update for Nextcloud. Plus, we have our tips, tricks and software picks for you. Let’s get this show on the road toward Destination Linux! Download as MP3 (https://aphid.fireside.fm/d/1437767933/32f28071-0b08-4ea1-afcc-37af75bd83d6/1f782d8a-fda5-4021-bcc2-c94b8e340281.mp3) Sponsored by LINBIT = https://linbit.com Hosted by: Michael Tunnell = https://tuxdigital.com Ryan (DasGeek) = https://dasgeekcommunity.com Jill Bryant = https://jilllinuxgirl.com Want to Support the Show? Become a Patron = https://tuxdigital.com/membership Store = https://tuxdigital.com/store Chapters: 00:00 DL 340 Intro 00:51 Community Feedback 13:53 LINBIT 15:11 Fujitsi Advances AI For OSS 26:59 Nextcloud Hub 6 44:05 Gaming: Pikuniku 47:36 Software Spotlight: Spotify Flatpak 51:54 Tip of the Week: Progress 53:23 Events: SCaLE 55:38 Outro Links https://tuxdigital.com/podcasts/destination-linux/dl-340/
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Comments (29)

Morteza Asghari

Jill laughs with no reason I say god bless her but it's scares the shit of me, please do the normal talk.

Nov 8th
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Morteza Asghari

please make less joke with all respect when Jill laughs it's like witches and scares me.

Nov 8th
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glad 432

hi

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Tulasidhar Dronamraju

listening destination linux for the first time and it's fantastic

Jun 28th
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Ror Pan

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Takumo Crimson

01:58:20 feedfry?

Dec 26th
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Takumo Crimson

01:50:00 pie-hole

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elrey741

drill - searching app

Nov 28th
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elrey741

44:04: I know defender in the past has been pretty much the worst, but since Windows 10 it has actually got insanely good at stopping attacks all the way from obfuscated powershell, stopping ransomware for specific directories based on where it is writing, and more. It will definitely depend on their implementation, but it might be a pretty cool thing to have a dedicated open source AV that is using modern techniques to stop attacks compared to using rkhuner and clamav...

Nov 16th
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elrey741

42:45: I can feel the sarcasm and agree that I only use Edge to download firefox 😁, but this is a really interesting perspective as to why they are bringing it to linux: https://castbox.fm/post/detail/5dd08065c828c9367c494739

Nov 16th
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elrey741

45:05: https://youtube.com/user/rossmanngroup

Oct 29th
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elrey741

ukuu

Oct 8th
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elrey741

50:00: that is what snaps and HWE kernel are supposed to address for ubuntu, so you don't need a rolling release.

Oct 8th
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elrey741

39:40: he is already working on amd support they talk about it here: https://castbox.fm/vb/190718860

Oct 8th
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elrey741

1:0:30: sounds really awesome and could be used to possibly defeat tools like usb rubber ducky, lan turtle, and bash bunny.

Oct 1st
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elrey741

58:20: https://linux.die.net/man/1/rpl

Oct 1st
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elrey741

47:20: playstation 4 is supposed to be using freebsd variant ( https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/PlayStation_4_system_software ) , and the ps5 should be a freebsdv9 (heard from bsdnow.tv episode a while back). so, using some kind of *nix wouldn't be so far fetched for xbox. Sony is already doing it.

Oct 1st
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elrey741

1:33:26: they made a go port for wireguard, and so now it can run one any operating system

Sep 30th
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