On this episode of Destination Linux, we discuss some news for Makulu Linux, GNOME 3.32, IPFire 2.21 and more. We’ll also check out a cool new system deployment tool that could change how multi-booting is done. Then we’ll check out a new desktop offering from ZaReason as well as an overclocking tool for Team Green users. Later in the show we’ll talk about some Linux Gaming news and much more including our Tips, Tricks and Software Spotlight picks!

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Topics covered in this episode:

Makulu Linux Core Released
Gnome 3.32 Give Users More Control
IPFire 2.21 Core Update 127 Released
ZNX Operating System Deployment Tool
Overclock Your Nvidia GPU
ZaReason Linux Gaming Machines
NetFlix Uses FreeBSD
BulletRage Coming To Linux
Loria RTS Is Available On Linux

Software Spotlight:
VIM Adventures

Tips & Tricks:
Head and Tail Commands in the Terminal
When you’re looking through files sometimes you just need to see the first or last lines of the document to see if it’s the one you need or get the info you want. The ‘head’ and ‘tail’ command will do just that.

‘head’ grabs the first lines of a file and ‘tail’ displays the last lines.

As an example you could type head test.txt to get the first 10 lines.
Or use the switch -n followed by a number to print any number of lines. Example: head -n 15 test.txt will give you 15 beginning lines.

Tail does the same thing but starting from the bottom.