On this episode of Destination Linux, we discuss a lot of new releases from GNOME, KaOS, Nitrux and even Linux From Scratch. We also discuss the licensing issues regarding Redis Labs, Linus’ peace of mind for the future of the kernel, and later in the show we cover some Linux Gaming. All that and much more!

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Topics covered in this episode:

Linux From Scratch 8.3 Released

KaOS 2018.08 New Stable ISO Released

Nitrux Linux 1.0.15 Released

Linus Torvalds Open Source Summit Highlights

Gnome 3.30 Released

Redis Labs changes license

Team Green Nvidia Users – Ubuntu Wants Your Help

Zombie Panic Source – Coming to Linux

RPG Mana Spark – Coming to Linux

Tips & Tricks:
DNF History provides you with a list of all DNF based transactions or commands you used, dates and times of when you used them and packages affected, etc.
The most powerful part of dnf history though is the ability to undo these changes. Utilizing actions like:

Ex: dnf history undo id

sudo !! which will add sudo to your last command in case you forgot to include sudo
– alias please=”sudo !!”

Software Spotlight:
Meld & Kompare
Compare and merge files with a Visual version of the diff command.
Meld is a visual diff and merge tool targeted at developers. Meld helps you compare files, directories, and version controlled projects. It provides two- and three-way comparison of both files and directories, and supports many version control systems including Git, Mercurial, Bazaar and Subversion.