Welcome to Destination Linux Episode 05 Back To Basics for 1-14-17

Truly sad news from Ikey Doherty

“Solus won’t ever have the AUR”

We discuss breaking down GNU/Linux into its simplest form

Adding PPA’s or Repositories and the example we used was adding the Brisk Menu to Ubuntu.


KDE Neon Invites Users to Test Drive the Latest Wayland ISO with KDE Plasma 5.9

KDE Plasma 5.9 Beta, Brings Back Global Menus & KShell

The first point release of the KDE Applications 16.12 software suite

Discord Launches Its App for Linux Users

Distro Discussion

The Revenge Installer is a program made by our friend Jody James, which is a Graphical Installer for Arch Linux to make installing vanilla arch an easy task. It walks you through the steps by asking you questions and before you know it, you will have a brand new plain vanilla arch with the desktop of your choice.

Thank you Jody, for all of the hard work you put into it.



Ghost Sixtyseven Video

Linux & Other Stuff Video

Midfingr’s Youtube Channel

YouTube Corner

Viewer Question LAZ X (Follow Up)

I was wondering if there is a way to normalize the master audio output in Linux. I love Linux but don’t like playing movies or music because the audio out is not normalized and I have manually adjust the volume levels constantly. In Windows I use K Lite codec pack which has a plugin option to normalize the main audio out, but I can’t seem to find a way to do this in Linux. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

We Have an Answer!

(gzenum2) – Viewer to Destination Linux

Hey guys, great show, loving it !

Had the same problem with normalizing sound and this is how I solve it, it’s pretty easy, in your distribution find and install LADSPA plugins, then just edit /etc/pulse/default.pa and add this two lines at the end :

load-module module-ladspa-sink sink_name=compressor plugin=sc4_1882 label=sc4 control=1,1.5,401,-10,20,5,12

set-default-sink compressor

Reboot and it’s all good 😉

Possible answer as well

Compressing Sound

Thanks for Watching and we will see you next week on Destination Linux


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