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Destination Linux is a weekly conversational podcast about sharing our passion for Linux & Open Source. Destination Linux is a show for all experience levels, whether you’re a beginner to Linux or a Master Sudoer so you'll enjoy great content like the latest news, discussions, gaming on Linux and fantastic unique in-depth interviews hosted by Ryan, Michael and Noah. Website: https://destinationlinux.org | Network: https://destinationlinux.network
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This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to have some fun with customizing your Linux desktop. We’ll tell you about how each of us customize our Linux computers and give you ideas on how you can modify your own systems. Later in the show, we’re also covering the latest release of the Linux kernel with […]
Today we want to dive into the topic of browsers. Browsers are a crucial part of any PC experience today whether corporate or on the desktop. Yet, the competition for alternatives to Chrome are growing smaller by the year. In this episode we dive into some new offerings and ask the question what Firefox could […]
This week we are joined by Dr. Gerald Pfeifer, the Chief Technology Officer of SUSE and Chairman of the openSUSE Board for an interview about SUSE, openSUSE & his journey in Linux. Later in the show, we’re also covering Ubuntu’s new fluttering Desktop Installer and in the gaming section, we’ll travel to the viking world […]
Many dream of starting their own business one day. Well this week we’re going to have some fun and plan out our own start-up company using only open-source software. Whether you have your own business or plan to start one in the future, this is a segment you don’t want to miss. We’re also covering […]
You’ve heard us talk about Matrix and Mastodon along with many other decentralized services but what does that actually mean and why does it matter? Well this week, we’re going to deep dive into the various Fediverses to answer those questions. We’re also going to cover some recent exciting news from Red Hat which is […]
After last weeks discussion in the after show about Gnome 40 and some of the interface changes being made, we couldn’t help but compare those changes to one of the most beloved operating system of it’s time. In this episode, we’re going to talk about this OS to find out why so many on the […]
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to bust some myths as we talk about some Linux Misconceptions. Then we’re going to review some information on openSUSE and review the interesting facts revealed in it’s most recent community poll. We’ve also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. All of this and so much […]
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to discuss our new years resolutions BUT for Linux and open source in 2021 . . . we’re also going to head to Jill’s museum of computers on a treasure hunt through her stash of technology. Then we will, discuss some long awaited changes coming to Snaps. We’ve […]
This week we’re going to be looking back on 2020 to end out this ‘most interesting’ year. While 2020 is a year many of us want to forget, from an open-source standpoint there are still plenty of exciting things that took place we’re going to cover in this episode. We’ll name our favorite open-source software, […]
Setting up a proper home lab can be tons of fun and provide you with invaluable knowledge and increase your productivity, privacy, and security all in one. That’s why this week we’re going to be discussing the must-have home server setups you don’t want to live without. Plus we have our community feedback where we […]
This week Red Hat made some waves with the news regarding CentOS. We’re going to dive deep into this topic as we’re joined by Mike McGrath, Red Hat’s Vice President of Engineering to discuss the news and Mike will take us through the details on CentOS Stream and what it will mean for the commuinity. […]
This week we’re going to dive into the world of TOR, the Onion Router. Is Tor a good way to stay private on the internet? Is using the Tor Browser really safe? Can you truly remain anonymous using this tool? Those questions and more are what deep dive in this episode. We also take a […]
This week we’re going to dive into the world of Audio in Linux. For the majority of users Pulseaudio seems to do most everything you expect, however, that’s not always the case when it comes to more professional audio support. This is why we have projects like Jack and the up and coming PipeWire in […]
Thank you to everyone who joined us LIVE to celebrate 200 Episodes of Destination Linux! We had an absolute blast during Game Fest and can’t wait to do another event in the near future! Thank you to everyone for helping us get to 200 episodes of the best darn Linux show on the planet. This […]
On this week’s episode of Destination Linux, we have a great episode in store for you. We’re going to talk about the marketshare potential of Linux. Growth numbers in the 300% range and wondering how this is going to translate to the Linux desktop. In addition we will be covering community feedback, Antivirus Software on […]
On this week’s episode of Destination Linux, the Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new exciting Pi and an Nvidia entering the arena as well with their own Pi-like competitor. We’ve got some great news this week from Dell as they are pushing to improve privacy on their laptops for use with Linux. In our gaming […]
This week we have an awesome interview with Neal Gompa, Fedora Contributor, about Fedora 33, BTRFS and his Journey into Linux. We also discuss that status of Accessiblity in Linux. Linux is Everywhere, even in Space as afterall . . . Linux is the Final Frontier. In this episode we discuss just how far Linux […]
This week we’re going to take a look at Cloud Migration & Backup Strategies and we ask the question what should your personal cloud strategy be. Then we’re going to take a look at Ubuntu 20.10 and see what new features are available in this latest release. Then we discuss the DMCA takedown of Youtube-dl […]
This week We’re going to take a look at what’s new for KDE’s latest Plasma 5.20 release! We’re going visit the Quantum Realm to discuss Quantum Computing and an article Red Hat released about the subject including what sysadmins will need to do to manage in this new realm without an Ant Man suit. In […]
This week we have an exciting interview in store for you with the Project Lead of Fedora, Matthew Miller! We’re going to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Libre Office and talk about their conference happening this week! In the Gaming section this week, Debian of all things announced they were putting on a Gaming Focused […]
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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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Apr 28th
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Takumo Crimson

01:58:20 feedfry?

Dec 26th
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Takumo Crimson

01:50:00 pie-hole

Dec 26th
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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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elrey741

shorten url

Sep 30th
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elrey741

can you link to useful community websites (i.e.: https://www.linuxdelta.com )

Sep 30th
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elrey741

10:32 crontab.guru

Sep 20th
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