On this week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re transitioning from the topic of Bug Reporting last week to Tech Support in Linux this week. We’re going to check in on Wayland’s progress with Plasma’s new release, we have an sandbox MMO for gaming, and our popular tips/tricks and software picks. All of this and so much more, coming up right now on Destination Linux.
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- 00:00 Intro
- 00:38 Welcome to DL185
- 01:06 What Noah has been up to
- 05:17 What Michael has been up to
- 06:50 What Ryan has been up to
- 11:18 Digital Ocean – https://do.co/dln
- 12:38 Community Question: When to Upgrade Disk Space and What to Buy
- 19:05 How to send us Community Feedback
- 19:28 News: KDE Plasma 5.20 Improvements for Wayland
- 27:38 Security Advisory: DuckDuckGo – Privacy-focused Google Search Alternative
- 30:31 Bitwarden – https://bitwarden.com/dln
- 32:46 Main Topic: Let’s Fix Linux Tech Support
- 49:35 Linux Gaming: Wurm Online (Free to Play MMORPG)
- 52:10 Tip of the Week: /bin (Filesystem Breakdown Part 2)
- 53:40 Software Spotlight: Natron – Open Source Compositing Software (After Effects Alternative)
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Thanks, everyone - for another informative and entertaining show. I’m starting another catch-up spree, so hopefully will be current soon.
With regard to tech-support, sometimes I wonder if anything for newbies is viewed with a slightly snobbish air at times, and therefore not well-taken-care of. Just my thoughts. I haven’t heard of those apps mentioned by @MichaelTunnell either. Hope some good comes out of the ideas you put forward today
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