Coming up in this week’s episode of Destination Linux we deep dive into the topics of Linux Appliances, how Open Source can save lives, Raspberry Pi ventilator, Community Feedback, AI Dungeon in the Gaming section, our Software Spotlight, and Tips & Tricks. All this and much more on episode 170 of Destination Linux.

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Michael of TuxDigital = https://tuxdigital.com
Noah of Ask Noah Show = http://asknoahshow.com

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Topics covered in this episode:

– Community Feedback:
– Mauro’s Experience with Rolling Release distros, especially Manjaro
– Ted writes us about Folding@Home
– join the DLN Folding Team with Team ID = 240869

– Main Topic of the Week:
– Linux Appliances & Products to Open Source Your Home

– News:
– Duke University Creates Open Source Protective Respirator
– Raspberry Pi Powered Ventilator

– Gaming:
– AI Dungeon
– an Open Source dungeon crawling game

– Software Spotlight:
– Atom (Text Editor)
– Sublime Text

– Tips & Tricks:
– Clearing Your Terminal / Command Line
– you don’t want to be caught Sudo’ing 😀
– clear = command to clear the terminal
– Ctrl+L = shortcut to clear the terminal
– Ctrl+U = clear out the current command line
– Ctrl+W = clear command line BEFORE the current position of the cursor
– Ctrl+K = clear command line AFTER the current position of the cursor

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Comments

  1. Can anyone help me with aidungeon.io? I got stuck at the login wall so I took the south exit through the Privacy Policy where I got super lost! It’s 67,333 characters but barely says anything?

    I got so turned around I ended up in the Terms of Service and got stuck on this line, “your license does not include the right to:” … “access the Services or Content in order to build a similar or competitive website, product, or service.”… but the game is under the MIT License? IS THIS SOME KIND OF RIDDLE???

    Any help appreciated. Great game just really hard to follow.

  2. Thanks everyone! Such a range covered on this. As I’m so many weeks behind, despite the innovation reported in ventilators, for example, I will surely be glad to know when we have less of a need for these.

    What excited me most in this episode is the talk of MUD text-based adventure games (that’s Multi-user Dungeon @MichaelTunnell, worth looking into) and Zork… that takes me back :slight_smile: The Zork text adventures were inspired by MUD and were ridiculously expensive on the C64 back in the late 80s, if I remember correctly. I was very young then and taught myself how to code text based adventures too. Fascinating how to develop the maps and parsers etc.

    Always good to know when Linux is powering devices, so am pleased to hear about LG, for example. I did ask once about Tizen on the forums but got no response. Anybody know anything about its status?

  3. very much agreed!

    Cool, didnt know what it meant until now :smiley:

    Tizen is usable though not really a focus from Samsung like they claimed it would be.

    That’s ok. It is interesting because people are getting back to podcasts lately. I am curious what you think when you get to Episode 174 and beyond because we made a lot of changes and 178 has a TON of new stuff and 179 that just came out has a lot more polish on the production side that I made. So I am curious when you get to that stuff. :smiley:

  4. I am excited because now I am more than a month behind. Too much real life stuff going on and too much podcasts but I just love them all.

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