This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we have an interview with Dr. Gerald Pfeifer, the CTO at SUSE and the OpenSUSE Chair to discuss openSUSE Leap 15.3 & SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP3. Then we take a look at Nvidia’s recent news that will benefit Linux users. Plus we’ve also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. All of this and so much more this week on Destination Linux. So whether you’re brand new to Linux and open source or a guru of sudo. This is the podcast for you.

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  1. @dasgeek

    This is a chart of my count (up to the last post: Jun 17, 2021) being careful of the many duplicates, nuances and honoring when users repost to say they’ve moved to different distro(s).

    Tab-deliminated:

    #	OS
    32	Manjaro
    27	Ubuntu
    22	Debian
    22	Pop!_OS
    21	Arch
    21	Fedora
    17	Kubuntu
    14	Linux Mint
    11	MX Linux
    10	EndeavourOS
    10	OpenSUSE
    8	ArcoLinux
    8	Xubuntu
    5	CentOS
    5	Raspbian
    4	Elementary OS
    4	Peppermint OS
    4	SparkyLinux
    4	Ubuntu Server
    4	Zorin OS
    3	Solus
    2	Fedora Silverblue
    2	KDE Neon
    1	Anarchy
    1	Antergos
    1	antiX
    1	ArchLabs
    1	Artix Linux
    1	Chrome OS
    1	Kali Linux
    1	Linux Lite
    1	Lubuntu
    1	Mageia
    1	NixOS
    1	Parabola GNU/Linux-libre
    1	Regolith
    1	SolydXK
    1	Void Linux
    
  2. That’s a lot of work, really interesting to see. Thanks for posting!

  3. Proof that contrary to long-standing rumours, computer scientists can count :wink:

    Thanks for this - it’s very useful. I’m cheering for Debian, not that I’m a fanboy or anything :wink:

  4. Thanks, everyone - very informative and entertaining, as ever :slight_smile:

    Gerald was so inspiring last time he was on too, so it was great to see him back with cool updates on Suse. I wonder if such frequent updates means Tumbleweed’s even better suited to latest harder than Fedora? In any case, I definitely agree that keeping the word out on Suse could benefit the community as they’re clearly doing so-much for everyone!

    NVidia - finally, thank you thank you thank you - I’m not a fan, but we’ve so been needing this in the community!

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