Month: June 2018

Destination Linux EP73 – Ballistic Commodore

Destination Linux EP73 – Ballistic Commodore

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Welcome to Episode 73 of Destination Linux

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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

 

Destination Linux EP72 – Chris Lamb of the Debian Project

Destination Linux EP72 – Chris Lamb of the Debian Project

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Welcome to Episode 72 of Destination Linux

Today we are so excited to get to talk to Chris Lamb who is the Project Lead of the Debian Project

Website

Projects

Twitter

Github

Debian Project Lead

Director at OpenSource.org

Freelance Programmer

Active in the Reproducible Builds Organization

Contributor to 100’s of open source projects

Film enthusiast and a very modest cellist

Re-election blog post

FAQ page

Debian has an incredible library of  51,000 different pieces of free software.

Article from 2013 switching to Debian

ISS testing out a Linux computer for Future Mars Missions

SecureOS Linux which is a Debian based specialized Linux

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