This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we discuss our favorite IDE’s and text editors for writing code and discuss some of the future tools and enhancements to several popular options. Then we’re going to discuss Kdenlive’s new features which are going to give you geek chills. 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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- 00:04:28 = Community Feedback: The Linux Binding of Issac
- 00:09:08 = How to send in your community feedback
- 00:10:41 = DigitalOcean: App Platform ( https://do.co/dln )
- 00:12:12 = Our Favorite IDEs or Text Editors
- 00:47:11 = Bitwarden Password Manager ( https://bitwarden.com/dln )
- 00:48:55 = Kdenlive 21.12 Released and is becoming a Pro-level editor!
- 01:00:40 = Linux Gaming: Sewer Rave
- 01:04:16 = Software Spotlight: Jamovi (analysis software)
- 01:05:52 = Tip of the Week: “ip” instead of ifconfig
- 01:08:32 = Outro
- 01:07:38 = Linux Events: SCALE (Linux Expo)
y’all mentioned micro, I recently discovered micro and have been using it in place of nano which is what I have always used before in my very limited use of a text editor because a distro had it as the default instead of nano and while I don’t know how to do anything fancy or anything, but it seems easy to use, and I have liked it so far. Like ctrl+q seems to me to make more sense to quit than crtl+x.
That mustache is 100%, stick with it.
If you want a real brain bender, you probably have
edinstalled. A text editor older than
viinitially released ~48 years ago.
Thanks @dasgeek for my new email signature.
When playing with BSD I use ee sometimes. It’s so simple and is built-in to freeBSD. Its honestly easier than nano.
Now I know that exists. BSD is still cloaked in mystery for me… one day.
ee(1): easy editor - Linux man page
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