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Topics covered in this episode:

Antergos Linux Project Ends
Blackarch Linux New Release
openSUSE Leap 15.1 Released
Xfce 4.14 Pre-Release
Peppermint 10 Released
Firefox 67 Released
Huawei In Trouble
Canonical Making Nvidia Drivers Integration Even Easier
Eagle Island
Irkalla Stunning Pixelated Game

Software Spotlight:
Deja Dup

Tips & Tricks:
Use ‘tail’ to monitor logs real-time for bug reporting or system analysis. This will provide you updates that occur and could be invaluable for bug reports or monitoring of user activity or changes on your system.

As an example:

For openSUSE, Rhel you can use:
sudo tail -f -n 6 /var/log/messages

For Debian based distros
sudo tail -f -n 6 /var/log/syslog

The ‘f’ switch tells it to follow
The ‘n’ switch tells it to display last N’th number of lines