This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re going to celebrate 30 Years of Linux starting with “What Linux Means To Us” discussion. Then we’re going to have Philip Müller from Manjaro on to discuss their latest 21.1 release. 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. I love your discussion about what Linux is for you.

  2. Linux allows me to distro hop somewhat and to relive my history. I run Ubuntu 21.04 on openZFS 2.0 with Virtualbox. Linux allows me to keep my history in my Virtualbox VM collection:

    • MS-DOS and DR-DOS
    • All Windows releases from 1.04 till 10 with the for me special versions: Windows for Workgroups 3.11 used on my 486DX66; Windows NT 4.0 used at work and Windows XP Home used from 2002 till now for playing music :).
    • All Ubuntu LTS releases from 4.10; 6.06 LTS till 20.04 LTS and 21.10 Development Edition.
    • Other Ubuntu Family Members; Lubuntu 12.04 and 20.04, Xubuntu 12.04; 18.04; 20.04 and the 21.10 Development Edition; Ubuntu Mate 18.04; 20.04 and 21.10; Kubuntu 20.04; Ubuntu Budgie 20.04 and 21.10; Ubuntu Studio 20.04; Ubuntu Unity 20.04 and Ubuntu DDE 20.04.
    • OpenSuse 12.1 (KDE, XFCE; Gnome and LXDE ) and 15.3 Leap (Gnome).
    • Ubuntu derivatives; Linux Mint 20.2; Peppermint 7; 9 and 10; Linspire 10 and Zorin 15 Lite and 16.
    • Arch derivatives; Manjaro 20.1; Garuda
    • Deepin 20.2 and Fedora 33 and 34

    My favorite desktops are XFCE and Ubuntu-Gnome 2; 3 and 40. My favorite distros Ubuntu 8.04; 10.04 and 16.04 and very probably Ubuntu 21.10 with Ubuntu-Gnome :slight_smile:

    I have to reinstall some old OSes, like my first Linux system a Pentium II with Ubuntu 5.10 and from the 486DX66 OS/2 Warp, that I dual booted for some time with WfW 3.11.

  3. Avatar for ak2020 ak2020 says:

    Thanks everyone for a great show as usual!

    I remember when I first heard of Linux and thought what a crazy idea to try to oppose MS Windows. I think it’ll take at least 30 years to get anywhere close…! Linux has exceeded by far my initial expectations of it, though I loved the idea all the way back from when I first installed Slackware in approx 1995.

    Really enjoyed everyone’s “What Linux Means to You” though I have to go with @kernellinux as what he says is probably closest to what Linux means to me.

    Here’s looking forward to even more progress in the next 30 years!

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