Welcome to Episode 29 of Destination Linux


Budgie Amendment from last week

Menu sorting has been fixed – it no longer resorts the menu


Announcing Mageia 6, finally ready to shine!

Mageia Homepage


Pop!_OS Updates

Installer, Firmware Flashing, Bite-sized Bugs

deepin 15.4.1

KDE Plasma 5.10.4 Desktop Environment Released with Support for Shaded Windows

‘GNOME Tweak Tool’ Has Been Renamed

Canonical Outs New Kernel Security Updates for All Supported Ubuntu Releases

Ubuntu wants to know which apps should be default in 18.04 LTS

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Desktop Default Application Survey

Actual Survey

Unity 8 Fork “Yunit” Now Available as an Overlay Repository for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Remix OS, the Android Desktop OS, Is Discontinued

WeChat Is Now Available As Snap For Ubuntu 16.04+

Itsfoss Article

Matthew Garrett Article on Snap Security


Sudden Strike 4 Seeing Linux Support At Launch

Steam Page

Albion Online MMORPG launch

Albion Online hasn’t exactly been the smoothest of launches so far, but I’m hopeful for the future of it

Fix for Manjaro

Abandon Ship, an exploration and combat game with an oil painting like art style will come to Linux


Hey I really like the way you had your guest Co-Host, both entertaining and informative.

I really liked your interview with Martin Wimpress especially just before getting to meet him at Linuxfest Northwest! Great guy from a rural area like myself.

So I have a problem I thought I’d ask you about?

Hey has anyone else seen this: In Clementine the Spotify plugin no longer works correctly. I used to be able to access saved music and playlists. But now I can’t see my spotify playlists. It will however play an old saved Clementine playlist from before things broke.

Thanks guys, keep up the great work!

aka Ruralgeek

Some very kind Youtube comments on the show last week which shows how good the Linux community can be. All of them are much appreciated


A big thank you to each and every one of you for supporting us and Thank you For Watching Destination Linux

Have a great week and remember the Journey ITSELF is just as important as the Destination.

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