On this episode of Destination Linux, we have a special guest with Liam from GamingonLinux.com joining us to talk Linux Gaming news. We’ll also talk about some new releases for Ubuntu, Plasma and OBS Studio. We’ll discuss some unfortunate news for LinuxTracker. Later in the show, we’ll take a look at the latest and greatest from AMD with the Radeon VII. All that and much more including our Tips, Tricks and Software Spotlight picks!

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Topics covered in this episode:

Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS To Get New Hardware Enablement Stack
Plasma 5.15.0 Released
New OBS Studio w/ Awesome Features
Stop Using LinuxTracker
Radeon Vega VII
Windows Arm Laptops Now Run Ubuntu
Raspberry Pi Foundation and ESA Education Kick Off
Good Guy Malware Not So Good
Valve Working With Easy Anti-Cheat
Six Years Ago Today Steam Was Released For Linux
Tannenberg WWI Shooters Leaves Early Access

Software Spotlight:
Jami Messenger

Tips & Tricks:
If you’re doing some troubleshooting or perhaps just opened a bug report and need to provide the latest kernel information of your machine, this tip should help you out.

Typing $ uname -a will provide you all the details for your linux version and kernel along with release date.

For Radeon VII users having the latest Mesa is going to be important so we have a command for that as well – $ glxinfo | grep “OpenGL version”