This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re going to be talking about running open source on your mobile device. Our love for open-source doesn’t just stop with the desktop. We’re going to hook you up with our favorite apps. Then we’re going to check out GNOME 42. 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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Thanks, everyone! Such an informative episode. Learned lots about Android apps in particular. I have to say though, @dasgeek 's Arch hat stole the show for me this time
I also posted this recommendation under the YT Video, but maybe not everybody watches episodes there. @MichaelTunnell I also really like Obsidian as a tool, but I was bugged a little that its code was not available. So recently I started using Logseq instead. An opensource app, that is slightly different but uses the same concepts and is based also on markdown or alternatively on org file format. If you are interested in an open source alternative to obsidian you might wanna give it a try.
Github: GitHub - logseq/logseq: A privacy-first, open-source platform for knowledge management and collaboration. Desktop app download link: https://github.com/logseq/logseq/releases, roadmap: https://trello.com/b/8txSM12G/roadmap
Can distrhopping be cured? Do I need a cure?
I can answer that. I barely distro hop at all now, the cure for me was finding a distro I was happy with, one which kept my wanting to return to it no matter what else I tried. That distro for me was Fedora but your own experience will differ, its your choice.
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