This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re joined by Nate Graham from KDE to talk about Plasma and all things KDE. Then we’re going to discuss an exciting announcement from Pine64. 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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Tip of the Week:

Our tip this week is how to check if you’re using Wayland or X11. Certain distros default to Wayland and this can be great…maybe you’ve not even noticed. Or perhaps you’re running into some bugs and need to go back to X11.

To check, in your terminal use the following:



  1. Avatar for Ulfnic Ulfnic says:

    Really appreciated hearing from Nate Graham, great perspectives.

    Image of a Tribble eating a hat:

    Small rant about single-click:

    The 2nd click in double-click is the confirmation click. It helps prevents things like accidental palm recognition on your touch pad running something while you’re typing and helps stops touchscreens from being Russian roulette.

    It’s also more intuitive to select a file with L-click because dragging the mouse during L-down selects multiple files.

  2. Totally agree about the 2nd click thing. I’m glad the insane people of the world have the single click option, it helps me know to deal with them carefully… :rofl:

    Side note, I don’t see the xdg session command in the YT description. (or it’s hidden well enough that I can’t find it)

    Also, really digging the new store options, got some DLN swag heading my way now!

    (PS I’d love to see what the desk mats look like so if you get one in hand, show it off on the show please?)

  3. As if Jill couldn’t already be completely awesome. This episode we learn that she is a fan of Prog and Symphonic Metal.

  4. The flag ship experience is actually KDE Neon.

    KDE Plasma on Fedora is very vanilla, similar to the other desktop environments. Essentially the experience the upstream intends out of the box.

  5. Kubuntu is fine, Neon just rebases the version of KDE regularly. Kubuntu you need to wait for the next release for a new version of KDE as far as I know.

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