Destination Linux EP32 – My Password Is Monkey

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Welcome to Episode 32 of Destination Linux

 

News

Solus is going to adopt Snaps

Maketech Article about Snaps

 

Random Wallpaper GNOME Extension

 

Ubuntu 17.10 Wants to Ship Sushi By Default

 

Tails 3 Offers Easy Anonymity for All

Tails 3.1 released with important security updates

 

Latte Dock v0.7

Unofficial Deb file download

 

What’s new in OBS Studio 20.0

 

Firefox 55 Is Ready To Shine With Performance Improvements

 

Password guru regrets past advice

 

Gaming

Windows 10 vs. Ubuntu Radeon Gaming Performance With Linux 4.13 + Mesa 17.2

 

Goken Early Access released for Linux

 

Sudden Strike 4 Releases Today Aug 11th

 

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Hey guys,
I’m currently listening to this week’s episode of Destination Linux, & I have a suggestion about GRUB that may be useful. If you want Ubiquity to not install grub, running “ubiquity -b” will be of use to you. In my experience, it hasn’t stopped Ubuntu from automatically mounting my EFI partition when I log into my Ubuntu partition, but it does prevent Ubuntu from overwriting the existing GRUB on the EFI partition.
I hope this helps. 🙂

-Mark

 

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Destination Linux EP31 – Change is in the Air

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Welcome to Episode 31 of Destination Linux

 

News

Ubuntu MATE 17.10 Alpha 2 Released, Includes HUD, Global Menu

Ubuntu Mate Alpha Release Statement

 

Ubuntu 17.10 Will Have a Desktop Dock

 

Ubuntu Is Moving Window Buttons Back To The Right

 

Wayland Confirmed as Default for Ubuntu 17.10

 

GNOME Disks Gaining Resize & Repair Support

 

Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS Released

 

Mozilla’s New File Sharing Feature is Fast & Secure

Mozilla launches experimental voice search, file-sharing tools for Firefox

 

Gaming

 

Linux desktop market share hit an all time high in July

Steam Linux Usage Was At 0.74% For July

 

Epic Games Is Planning To Use Vulkan By Default For Unreal Engine On Linux

 

Can’t Create Desktop Shortcuts to Steam Games on Linux? You’re Not Alone…

 

ARK: Survival Evolved full release delayed until the end of August

Official Statement

 

‘Downward’ has updated the Linux version to the full release

Steam Page

 

The CIA’s Aeris Malware Can Exfiltrate Data From Linux Systems

 

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Destination Linux EP30 – Ryzing From The Dead

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Welcome to Episode 30 of Destination Linux

 

News

Adobe Is Finally Killing Flash (Yes, Really!)

 

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Users Can Now Install the Linux 4.10 Kernel from Ubuntu 17.04

 

Ubuntu Alpha 2 Releases – If you want to help test or download the Alpha 2 releases

Ubuntu

Ubuntu Budgie

Ubuntu Mate

Kubuntu

Lubuntu

 

Get a New Desktop Wallpaper Each Day with this Extension for GNOME

 

KDE Plasma Spell Out Its Vision Statement: Durable, Usable, Elegant

 

Ring 1.0 Released

USB 3.2 promises twice the performance of USB 3.1

 

Gaming

 

NVIDIA has released the 375.82 and 384.59 drivers

 

Most Feral Games Are Currently Broken On Mesa Git, RadeonSI Also Has A Steam Issue

 

AMD Q2 Earnings Signal The Beginning Of A Turn-Around

 

AMD Ryzen 5 1600 vs Intel Core i7-7800X: 30 Game Battle!

 

Firefox 55 Starts Up Faster, Uses Less Memory

 

Firefox Marketshare is ‘Falling off a Cliff’, Says Former Mozilla CTO

 

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DestinationLinuxEP29 – Is Chrome Your Color?

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Welcome to Episode 29 of Destination Linux

 

News

Budgie Amendment from last week

Menu sorting has been fixed – it no longer resorts the menu

 

RevengeOS

 

Announcing Mageia 6, finally ready to shine!

Mageia Homepage

Distrowatch

 

Pop!_OS Updates

Installer, Firmware Flashing, Bite-sized Bugs

 

deepin 15.4.1

 

KDE Plasma 5.10.4 Desktop Environment Released with Support for Shaded Windows

 

‘GNOME Tweak Tool’ Has Been Renamed

 

Canonical Outs New Kernel Security Updates for All Supported Ubuntu Releases

 

Ubuntu wants to know which apps should be default in 18.04 LTS

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Desktop Default Application Survey

Actual Survey

 

Unity 8 Fork “Yunit” Now Available as an Overlay Repository for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

 

Remix OS, the Android Desktop OS, Is Discontinued

 

WeChat Is Now Available As Snap For Ubuntu 16.04+

Itsfoss Article

Matthew Garrett Article on Snap Security

 

Gaming

Sudden Strike 4 Seeing Linux Support At Launch

Steam Page

 

Albion Online MMORPG launch

Albion Online hasn’t exactly been the smoothest of launches so far, but I’m hopeful for the future of it

Fix for Manjaro

 

Abandon Ship, an exploration and combat game with an oil painting like art style will come to Linux

 

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Hey I really like the way you had your guest Co-Host, both entertaining and informative.

I really liked your interview with Martin Wimpress especially just before getting to meet him at Linuxfest Northwest! Great guy from a rural area like myself.

So I have a problem I thought I’d ask you about?

Hey has anyone else seen this: In Clementine the Spotify plugin no longer works correctly. I used to be able to access saved music and playlists. But now I can’t see my spotify playlists. It will however play an old saved Clementine playlist from before things broke.

Thanks guys, keep up the great work!

aka Ruralgeek

 

Some very kind Youtube comments on the show last week which shows how good the Linux community can be. All of them are much appreciated

 

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DestinationLinuxEP28 – Time Will Tell

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Welcome to Episode 28 of Destination Linux

 

News

7 New Features & Improvements Coming to the Budgie Desktop

 

Netrunner 17.06

 

Linux Mint 18.2

Linux Mint 18.2 is a long term support release which will be supported until 2021

Cinnamon Features

Cinnamon 3.4

Mate Features

MATE 1.18

Xfce Fetaures

Xfce 4.12

KDE Features

KDE Plasma 5.8 LTS

How To Upgrade

The question is should you?

 

Zorin OS 12 Lite Edition Released as the Biggest Leap Forward for the Distro Yet

 

Nova, the Cuban Linux Distro, Looks Seriously Good

 

Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak) Operating System Reaches End of Life on July 20, 2017

 

TUXEDO Computers to Develop Own Ubuntu-Based Linux Distro Using Xfce Desktop

OMGUbuntu Article

 

Snap Back end for KDE 5.11

 

Dash to Panel Updated with Window Peek, Other New Options

 

Dash to Dock Adds Monitor Isolation, Improves Window Previews

 

How To Add Blur to GNOME Shell

 

3 New Features Coming to Nautilus

 

Nautilus Devs Work on a New Way to Integrate Cloud Providers

 

Ubuntu 17.10 Makes It Easier to Use Bluetooth Speakers

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Destination Linux EP27 – The Glass Is Always Half Full

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Welcome to Episode 27 of Destination Linux

 

News

 

Manjaro 17.0.2 released with updated installer and improved hardware detection

Manjaro Installers – Password Weakness

 

qOverview is a GNOME Activities Overview Clone for KDE Plasma

 

Mir Might Live on as a Wayland Compositor for the MATE Desktop

Google +

 

Sneak Peek – New Software Boutique (17.10)

 

KDE Plasma 5.10.3 Fixes Longstanding NVIDIA VT/Suspend Issue

KDE Announcement

 

KMail Bug Sent Encrypted Emails in Plain-Text — for 4 years

 

Debian Linux reveals Intel Skylake and Kaby Lake processors have broken hyper-threading

 

New systemd Vulnerability Affects Ubuntu 17.04 and Ubuntu 16.10, Update Now

 

System76 Announce Their Own Linux Distribution called Pop!_OS (Updated)

 

Linux is Running on Almost All of the Top 500 Supercomputers

 

Google won’t read Gmail emails anymore for advertisement

 

Gaming

Steam Summer Sale is On

Over 35 Million Games Sold During The Steam Sale

The Steam Link & Steam Controller are on sale on Amazon

 

Cossacks 3 Is Now Available For Linux Gamers

Unreal Tournament Updated With New Linux Client

Micro Machines World Series will be a day-1 Linux release this Friday

Standalone Modern Warfare Remastered Confirmed

 

Discussion

ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE: by Joe Collins

 

Destination Linux EP26 – Erik Dubois of ArchLabs

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Welcome To Episode 26 of Destination Linux

 

News

 

Are You a Distro Hopper?

 

Debian 9 Stretch released

 

More Unity Desktop Features Coming to Dash to Dock

 

GNOME Tweak Tool Now Lets You Move the GNOME Application Menu out of the Top Bar

 

Cascade Windows in GNOME Shell

 

Nylas Mail is Dead

 

Erik Dubois from ArchLabs

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Sardi Icons

 

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Destination Linux EP25 – David & Dustin from Ubuntu Budgie

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Welcome To Episode 25 of Destination Linux

 

News

Solus Announcement

  • Ikey will be leaving Intel in 4 weeks
  • Personal Choice

Ikey Doherty leaves Intel and becomes a full time Solus developer

 

ROSA Fresh R9 LXQt released; It can smoothly work with 512 MB of RAM

  • All LXQt components are based on the freshest 0.11 branch
  • NewMoon (PaleMoon) web browser
  • “We tried our best to release a really very light distro, so in the end it’s a basic LXQt with no desktop effects and very light but functional software which fits into 512MB RAM”

Rosa LXQt Edition’s Flexibility Sets It Apart

 

KaOS 2017.06 GNU/Linux Distribution Released with KDE Plasma 5.10 and Qt 5.9

  • KDE Plasma 5.10
  • QT 5.9
  • Babe QT Music Player and Elisa
  • Snap and Flatpak support

 

Linux Mint 18.2 Xfce Beta

  • The Whisker application menu was upgraded to version 1.7.2

Launchers can now be edited from the context menu.
Desktop actions are now supported.
Category names can be hidden in the preferences.
Applications load immediately.
This new version also brings translation updates and bug fixes.

 

  • The xfwm4 window manager was upgraded to version 4.13 to bring the following improvements:VSync support to prevent screen tearing
    Support for scaled cursor when zooming
    Bug fixes and I18n improvements

 

Linux Mint 18.2 KDE Beta

  • KDE Plasma 5.8

 

Zorin OS 12 Lite Beta Adopts Xfce as Default Desktop Environment Instead of LXDE

  • Ubuntu-based distro on their old PCs from 5 or even 10-15 years ago
  • low spec machines
  • Linux Kernel version 4.8
  • Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

 

Plasma Vault Makes It Easy to Create Encrypted Folders on the KDE Desktop

  • Plasma Vault lets you create an encrypted folder
  • Run Plasma Vaults on top of an encrypted home folder for a more secure combination
  • Support for EncFS, CryFS and Tomb

 

Canonical Preps New PPA for Ubuntu 17.10 Users to Test the Latest Linux Kernels

  • Kernel 4.11

 

Ubuntu Desktop – GNOME Extensions poll results

  • Clear winners Dash to Dock and Top Icons Plus
  • No Decisions yet

Ubuntu Reveal Results of GNOME Desktop Survey

 

Firefox 54 arrives with multi-process support for content

Firefox 54

Firefox 54 Is Rolling Out on Ubuntu, but Multiprocess is Disabled

 

Logitech Power Play

  • G903 or G703
  • RGB Lighting
  • Integrated wireless receiver close to your mouse
  • Cloth and hard surface
  • Enough power to charge mouse while using it
  • 2 hours charge time usb
  • 14 hours charge time wireless

 

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DestinationLinuxEP24 – A Flurry of Activity

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Welcome to Episode 24 of Destination Linux

Rob was unavailable this week due to business so we have two guys helping Co-host today

 

Discussion

 

Dustin

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Ryan – DasGeek

www.youtube.com/c/DasGeek

 

News

 

Ubuntu 17.10 Daily Builds Now Shipping with the GNOME Desktop Instead of Unity

  • Gnome is now the default Desktop
  • LightDM has Gnome as default but also has a Wayland session available
  • Unity session has been removed
  • GDM to replace LightDM
  • Final release date is October 19th 2017

GNOME is now the Default Desktop in Ubuntu 17.10 Daily Builds

Ubuntu Works with GNOME to Improve HiDPI Support on Linux Desktop

GNOME Shell 3.26 Will Have Translucent Top Bar

  • Top bar will be Translucent by default and turn Opaque when a window is maximized
  • There are extensions that do this right now but it will be default

Dash to Dock Now Supports Multi-Monitor Setups

  • Dash to Dock v59
  • Checkbox to “Show on All Monitors”
  • Replicates the dock on both screens
  • Setting to change the behavior of clicking on an icon with multiple windows open

How to Enable Picture-in-Picture Mode in GNOME Shell

  • Install
  • Drop down menu and click the preview on
  • Pick your window

 

Which GNOME Apps Should Ubuntu Include By Default? [Poll]

 

MX-16.1 released with support for Adobe Flash

 

  • Improved system installer

Supports home folder encryption (experimental feature)
Fix for partition boot flags for certain systems

  • Autoinstall now works for UEFI systems.
  • Official Adobe Flash included on the iso, with permission from Adobe. MX-Flash is not on the iso and is now deprecated. Adobe Flash package will work with BOTH Firefox AND Chromium (includes original classic NPAPI and the PPAPI plugins ie: pepperflash)
  • New default theme and new MX-Linux wallpapers.
  • MX-Defaultlook and MX Panel Orientation have been merged.
  • MX-Defaultlook now includes options for “top or bottom” placement of the horizontal bar, Improved backup and restore
  • New MX-Packageinstaller, (as a supplement to synaptic)
  • Updated Manual in html and pdf formats.
  • apt-notifier has many bug fixes, right-click menu improvements, and a choice of icon themes under preferences (classic vs. mx16).
  • New MX-Linux sourceforge site for iso hosting.
  • Jessie 8.8 base

 

Linux Mint 18.2 “Sonya” Cinnamon – BETA Release

Cinnamon 3.4

  • Icons can now be automatically aligned on a grid, either in lines or in columns.
    They can also be automatically sorted in various ways: By name, by size, by type or by modified date.
  • You can also change desktop icon sizes with a click of a button, and desktop icons are now handled in their own separate process, which isn’t tied to other nemo windows.

Cinnamon Spices

  • Cinnamon Spices website was rewritten from scratch
  • The goal wasn’t only to make it look better. More secure than before and attempting to guarantee better quality and better compatibility
  • The site supports oauth authentication via Google, Facebook and Github so you can  comment and like your favorite spices
  • The maintenance of the spices themselves was moved to Github and every single change is now reviewed by the Linux Mint team to guarantee spices cannot be used for malicious purposes
  • Anyone can provide bug fixes and translations to Cinnamon spices
  • Both the Authors and the Linux Mint team is now directly involved in the maintenance of all Cinnamon spices. Many spices were removed, many were fixed, many were updated and the team is now able to add support to spices not only for current versions of Cinnamon but even for upcoming ones.
  • We’re getting closer and closer to a situation where everything “just works”, where quality spices are easy to find and where they work in your language.

Linux Mint 18.2 “Sonya” MATE – BETA Release

  • MATE 1.18 with GTK3

Softpedia Article

New Features

 

Just one week after the launch of the KDE Plasma 5.10 desktop environment

  • Bugfixes
  • KDE Plasma 5.10.2 on June 13
  • KDE Plasma 5.10.3 on June 27
  • KDE Plasma 5.10.4 on July 18
  • KDE Plasma 5.10.5 on August 22

Kubuntu Plasma 5.10.1 now in Zesty backports

 

Ubunsys Gives Ubuntu Power Users Easy Access to Scary Options

  • Installed today
  • Needs some work – but is still in dev.
  • Adds PPA’s, etc like welcome. But a 3rd party – may want to check what it is adding.
  • Seems to need a lot of BG access – expected.
  • Some of the option like repairing PPA actually rely on other tools that need to be installed from 3rd party PPA’s – but no dependency, just not found – like the y-ppa-manager, but available in the options to install.

Chrome 59 arrives with

  • Some updates for the other OS’s like mac notifications
  • 30 some bug fixes
  • To avoid over-prompting users, Chrome will now temp stop an origin from requesting a permission following the third dismissal of that permission request.
  • Some cosmetic changes like a material design overhaul in the settings page
  • The Image Capture API allows higher resolution images than before. That means developers get full control over camera settings such as zoom, ISO, and white balance.
  • Seems to be mostly developer related updated
  • Stuff like:

 

New SteamOS Stable Release Launches with Linux Kernel 4.11, Mesa Graphics Stack

 

Gaming

 

Mesa 17.1.2 Open-Source Graphics Stack Brings 70 Improvements to Linux Gamers

 

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III Requirements for Linux and macOS Revealed

 

Intel vs. Radeon vs. NVIDIA OpenGL/Vulkan Linux Driver Performance

 

klocki is a beautiful casual puzzle game that recently released for Linux

 

 

DestinationLinuxEP23 – Guest Chris Were

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Welcome to Episode 23 of Destination Linux

 

News

KDE Plasma 5.10 Officially Released, Folder View Is Now the New Default Desktop

Simple By Default Powerful When Needed

OMGUbuntu

KIO GDrive 1.2 released

 

Peppermint 8

Peppermint 8 Linux OS Released, It’s Based on Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS with Linux 4.8

 

WPS Office’s Linux development has been halted

Kingsoft Say WPS Office for Linux Will Continue To Be Updated After all

 

The Road to Xfce 4.14 Desktop Environment Continues, Aiming at Full GTK3 Porting

 

Gaming

Feral announce that Dawn of War III will use both OpenGL and Vulkan

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Delayed

 

Discussion

Google to give 6 months’ warning for 2018 Chrome adblockalypse – report

Brave Browser

 

11 reasons to use the GNOME 3 desktop environment for Linux