This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re going to talk with Aleix Pol i Gonzàlez from KDE. Then we’re going to chat about some cool robotics you can get your hands on from Red Hat. 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 = Welcome to DL 264
  • 00:44 = Community Feedback: Suggestion to Improve DL Visuals
  • 02:16 = Community Feedback: More choices in distro installers
  • 07:51 = DigitalOcean: App Platform ( )
  • 09:24 = Interview with Aleix Pol i Gonzàlez of KDE
  • 37:10 = Bitwarden Password Manager ( )
  • 38:54 = News: Robotic Hand Kit from Red Hat & SparkFun
  • 41:11 = Jill and Robot Wars!
  • 46:58 = Another Kit from Red Hat & SparkFun
  • 47:57 = Linux Gaming: Tower of Time
  • 51:38 = Software Spotlight: Slay
  • 54:16 = Tip of the Week: History command (and bash history)
  • 55:12 = Announcements: Linux Out Loud Voting Has Started!
  • 55:58 = Outro


  1. In 2:16 of the Community Feedback: More choices in distro installers

    Systemd-boot is a great simplistic way to boot your OS. Over the years, I have had issues with Grub/Grub2, so switching to a boot loader as simple as systemd-boot has made things very easy for me. Here is a quick guide on how to dual boot with systemd-boot.

    or this guide on github

  2. Thanks, everyone. I’m still catching-up but wow - what another great episode! @jill_linuxgirl 's awesomeness is just endless - please write us an autobiography, Jill, so we can buy ourselves a signed copy - I’m serious! And @MichaelTunnell 's rapping - yet another hidden talent - also awesome! Thanks for the recommendation, @dasgeek - I was fascinated more by the debates on artificial consciousness when I was studying computing back in the early nineties, so ideas such as presented in Blade Runner, though of course the battle-droid side of the Terminator films was also interesting. I guess because I pretty-much stopped watching TV regularly in the late 80s, I missed Robot Wars? Maybe worth going back to see on YouTube.

    Always a pleasure to hear from developers, thanks Aleix. Over the years I’ve kept an eye on open source projects where I feel I might fit in. Previously I was looking at Ubuntu Touch, because we have such a huge need for an open mobile platform. However KDE is looking increasingly attractive for many reasons I mentioned, after the last time we had a KDE guest.

    In the early 90s, C was the language to know, then C++ became more popular with its object oriented additions, and was my favourite language for some years. I do find Qt’s non-custom additions a little jarring, but I guess they are proven to be effective in practice and worth learning. Some years later I moved to Java, mainly due to its portable(!) GUI and extensive standard class libraries. Never really got into Python myself, though I gather it became more popular after Google revealed they relied on it for their search engine, if memory serves me correctly? Currently I am learning Ruby, for the first time, and very impressed with that too!

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