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Topics covered in this episode:
UKUI DE Gets Good
– UKUI 3.0 Preview Video
– KDE Dashboard
– KWin Overview
Elementary Funding AppCenter
Portable Raspberry Pi
– Flirc Case
– Flirc Case – Kodi Edition
Nvidia Snubs Linux with GeForce Now
Tips & Tricks:
Use the command ‘lslogins’ to get basic information on the system users. Perhaps you created some logins in the past you no longer need, or you want to quickly see who you’ve setup access for on the system. Just type: lslogins in the terminal.
use lslogins -G to get a list of groups the users are apart of.
Prediction: Linux devs will continue to produce package managers till they produce YAPM (Yet Another Package Manager) which’ll cap it off with the sheer weight of satirical self deprecation.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but . . . Yet Another Package Manager download | SourceForge.net
o… mmm… gg… LOL
Great episode guys.
Around 1:06:37 Ryan refers to an issue he had with getting his photos off of his iPhone and used a raspberry pi to help solve it. He said it was mentioned earlier but I can’t find it earlier in the episode, was it cut or a reference to another episode? I’m genuinely curious to the solution.
Personally I’ve tried a lot of self hosted solutions but I ended up having to use Nextcloud. I’m not 100% happy with it though as it does have performance issues with large amounts of photos. A lot of FOSS photo solutions do not have iOS apps so the choices seem to be limited.
Just so you guys are aware…
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