This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re discussing the Right To Repair. This topic is so hot it created a rift in the multiverse, and Chris from Jupiter Broadcasting will be joining us in the discussion. Then we cover the biggest gaming news to hit Linux since the launch of Proton on Steam with Valve’s Steam Deck! 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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- 00:00:00 = Welcome to DL 234
- 00:00 = Welcome to DL 235
- 00:59 = Announcement: DLN MEGAFest on Sunday August 22nd
- 01:41 = Community Forum: Best VPNs for the Linux Desktop
- 02:20 = Chris Fisher from Jupiter Broadcasting Joins The Discussion
- 12:12 = Digital Ocean: Managed MongoDB ( https://do.co/dln-mongo )
- 13:18 = Right To Repair Goes Mainstream!
- 30:46 = Bitwarden Password Manager ( https://bitwarden.com/dln )
- 32:29 = Valve’s Steam Deck Announced!
- 46:04 = Software Spotlight: Curtail
- 48:41 = Tip of the Week: find command
- 50:21 = Outro
Thanks, everyone! Lovely to see all the enthusiasm for Steam Deck - I do hope it’s a massive success
I’m glad the US is showing progress in right-to-repair. I think it’s very wasteful to throw away hardware just because vendors aren’t supporting it (for commercial reasons, probably) though it’s perfectly useable.
My two favorite Linux groups converging together!!! So great to hear Chris and the group together. We need more of this!!! So much greatness I can’t stand it!
Mullvad is probably the best VPN out there from a privacy perspective, at least according to Privacy Detectives (10 Best VPN Services (2022): Security, Features + Speed). It checks nearly every box. They are also one of only a handfull of providers that allow you to forward ports and using WireGuard at the same time so it’s outstanding for P2P.
Thanks for this link, I’ve started to look at VPNs but there’s a lot of marketing mixed with buzzwords and some technical pieces…this will help.
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