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Destination Linux EP79 – Red Hat Ages Like A Fine WINE

Destination Linux EP79 – Red Hat Ages Like A Fine WINE

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Welcome to Episode 79 of Destination Linux

I’m Rocco and with me today is Ryan, Zeb and Michael

This episode was live streamed on Youtube & Twitch Sunday July 15th at 12 noon EST

DL Email

We got lots of great feedback on our Ryan Sipes episode including some additional questions people want us to ask him next time. So looks like we need to have him back on in the near future.

Karl Schneider 6 days ago

“I haven’t use Thunderbird in years. Ryan’s Jedi mind trick must have worked because I’m downloading it right now!”

Johan B. 6 days ago

“I’ m one of the 26 million. Thunderbird 60 beta 9 with square tabs aaaand with Lightning agenda. Only thing missing is CSD support like in Firefox to tick of the titlebar. Yes mobile Thunderbird please. I already use Firefox (beta) on my Pixel 2. Imagine if all 26 million gave 1 dollar;)”

Mastodon

Mr. Matt

“@DestinationLinux I basically dropped everything I was doing and downloaded today’s episode. As a long time Thunderbird user, I have got to hear this!”

Distro News

The Sheer Scale Of Ubuntu Is Mindblowing

Kubuntu 18.04 Users Get Plasma 5.12.6

Ubuntu Minimal Released

ArcoLinux-D-B Gets 6.9 Kirk Release

AUR Malware Discovered

Security Flaw Found For Ubuntu

New Intel Spectre Advisory

Red Hat Celebrates 25 Year Anniversary

Another 25 Year Anniversary With Wine

Deepin Official Response On Spyware

Quidsup has made several videos on this matter via Youtube.

Reddit

Software News

Firefox Launches Mobile Test Pilot Tools Lockbox and Notes

Six IDE’s You Should Be Aware Of

Terminal Lovers Will Be Happy To Know About Browsh

How About Weather From The Terminal

CPU Fetch

Gaming

Unity 2018.2 Released w/ Vulkan and HiDPI Support in Editor

CS-GO Panorama UI Now Available For Linux

Hero-U Rogue To Redemption Out for Linux

Chicken Assassin Reloaded

Destination Linux Steam Group Now Available – Community Run

Ballistic Overkill Gets Some Exciting Updates

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Where Can You Find Us This Week

Rocco can be found at www.bigdaddylinux.com

Ryan can be found on youtube at www.youtube.com/dasgeek

Zeb can be found on youtube at www.youtube.com/zebedeeboss

Michael can be found at www.tuxdigital.com

All of us can be found on Big Daddy Linux Live! Which is on every Saturday night on the BigDaddyLinux Youtube channel

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Everybody have a great week and remember the Journey ITSELF is just as important as the Destination

 

Destination Linux EP76 – Peppermint the Desktop Hunter

Destination Linux EP76 – Peppermint the Desktop Hunter

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Welcome to Episode 76 of Destination Linux

This episode was live streamed on Youtube and Twitch on Sunday June 23rd


Email Comments:

Thank you for your show, long time listener, first time commenter. I am a regular openSUSE user and contributor to the project and it seems like the review of the distro was greatly glossed over and viewed from a very “Ubuntu” lens. For starters, YaST, a tool that an Ubuntu user wouldn’t be familiar with, once you use it, it is a fantastic collection of system configuration tools. It is a central “shop” to get things configured very nicely. In contrast, to make configurations in Ubuntu, I have to search through a menu of items that may or may not be system or root level settings. If you are used to hunting around for system configurations, it’s not a big deal but for me, I could never consider many distributions because of the lack of a tool LIKE YaST. Also, if you want to live in the terminal, the ncures interface is just as useful. From a sysadmin perspective, this capability makes managing remote systems even easier through the terminal where I do not have to remember all the commands.

The package manager, Zypper, was also glossed over. Zypper’s ability to manage multiple repositories and so very cleanly perform updates or even downgrades is the best I have ever used. Very stable, reliable and on the rolling model gives you spectacular control over your upgrades.

Another feature of openSUSE that seems to be glossed over is the ability to test out multiple Desktop Environments on the same install. I can have KDE Plasma, Gnome, MATE and Budgie installed concurrently and switch between them without any consequences.

As far as your challenges go with installing openSUSE, I can’t speak for that. I haven’t had issues but I am not one to dual boot. I will give other distros a spin in virtual machine. I use BTRFS on root but I do have a sizable partition in order to allow for the snapshots to be made upon each round of package installs.

I know you guys have a good relationship with a lot of the Ubuntu crowd but it would have been nice to have had someone from the openSUSE crowd to be able to discuss the features with you, like Richard Brown. Just a thought

Thanks for your show, I do enjoy it.

CubicleNate

*We want to apologize to those who sent us e-mails we missed in April. Apparently our SPAM filters got excited.


Distro News:

Peppermint 9 Announcement

Deepin 15.6 Launches With New Features

Sparky Linux Needs Your Support

Ubuntu Releases Desktop Metrics

Fedora Atomic Workstation Gets A Name Change

OpenSuse Tumbleweed Now Powered By Kernel 4.17

Linux Kernel 4.18 Rich With Features

Canonical To Announce IPO For Reals?

Software News

VR Editing Tool For Linux And Mac Only

Ephiphany Browser 3.29.3 Now With Reader Mode

Top 30 Themes For Ubuntu


Gaming

What We’ve been playing: Ballistic Overkill

  • While this isn’t a new game. Tensions are heating up to declare the best BO player. Even potential for US vs UK battle (Popey & Wimpey) vs (Rocco and Ryan?) On our individual Youtube channels we’ve been showing off our skills and making the UK team sweat…
  • Ballistic Overkill is a competitive FPS with incredible graphics and Vulkan support. It features fast paced action with character customization, multiple battle modes like King of the Hill, or Capture points.
  • We have finally found a game to get Rocco and Michael away from Rocket League if at least for a few hours a week.

Turok Remastered Comes to Linux

Total Warhammer II Announced By Feral For Linux

Steam Summer Sales Are Live


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Where Can You Find Us This Week
Rocco can be found at www.bigdaddylinux.com
Ryan can be found on youtube at www.youtube.com/dasgeek
Zeb can be found on youtube at www.youtube.com/zebedeeboss
Michael can be found at www.tuxdigital.com
All of us can be found on Big Daddy Linux Live! Which is on every Saturday night on the BigDaddyLinux Youtube channel
Twitter
@bigdaddylinux @dasgeekchannel @TuxDigitalcom @zebedeeboss

Everybody have a great week and remember the Journey ITSELF is just as important as the Destination

Destination Linux EP73 – Ballistic Commodore

Destination Linux EP73 – Ballistic Commodore

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Welcome to Episode 73 of Destination Linux

Reader Email

Hi Rocco,

Cheers to y’all for Destination Linux, BDLL and all your individual channels

In the latest DL episode, someone made a joke about running Linux on a C64. Here’s a picture that proves it can be done. And with Mint no less.. though after achieving this, as a result of severe sleep deprivation from not only the install – but the transfer from ISO to floppies as well – apologies, but I was too tired to neatly stack the 100,000+ 5.25 inch floppy disks I used for the install so I that could provide that photographic evidence as well 🙂

I hope at best it gives you a laugh (or four)..

Otherwise I guess a chuckle, chortle or possibly even a mild smirk may suffice… 🙂

Distro News

openSUSE 15 Released

Linux Lite 4.0 released

Canonical Has Released Date for 18.04.1 LTS – popey

Ubuntu 18.10 Release Date, New Features & More – popey

Download Ubuntu 18.10 Daily Builds for Testing

Gnome gets [in my best doctor evil voice] a one million dollar donation

Check out @gnome’s Tweet or check out their Initiatives

Budgie To Remerge Into Solus Project

Linux Kernel 4.18 Gets Multi-Touch Device Support

KDE Outlines New Goals On Reddit AMA

KDE Connect Gets Even Cooler

Software

HydraPaper App To Set Different Wallpapers

Hardware

Officially Supported Ubuntu Monitor/PC By LG

Phoronix Starts 14th Birthday Bash With Linux 12 Way GPU Benchmarks

horonix 14th birthday coming up in May. Michael Larabel does an incredible job with the site and he was interviewed back on Episode 40 if you would like to learn more about him and his work in the Linux community.

Professional Cinema Company Red Goes Linux

Gaming

What I’ve been playing: Ballistic Overkill

This isn’t a new game. This is an old favorite. Amazing competitive FPS. I’ve gearing up to take on Wimpey for the ultimate battle. The manual won’t help you win this one Martin.

Track Mania Forever Goes Snap

You can install TMF

snap install tmnationsforever –edge
snap connect tmnationsforever:joystick

Game Devs Give Feedback Linux

SEGA Showing Linux Some ‘More’ Love

Atari VCS Preorders Launched May 30

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Everybody have a great week and remember the Journey ITSELF is just as important as the Destination