Destination Linux EP91 – CoC A Doodle Do

Destination Linux EP91 – CoC A Doodle Do

On this special episode of Destination Linux, we are joined by a friend of the show, Liam from GamingonLinux.com to discuss the hottest topics in Linux Gaming! We also cover some interesting discussion topics about Security, Linus’s response to the community reactions, big mistakes we’ve made as Linux users, and Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s new project Solid. Then we’ll end the show with our Tips, Tricks and Software Spotlight picks. All that and much more!

DL Announcement:
Liam has agreed to join us once a month to have an in-depth Linux Gaming discussion like the one we had in this episode and I know we are all super excited about this so I hope you are too! 😀

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Michael, with TuxDigital = https://tuxdigital.com
Zeb, aka Zebedeeboss = https://youtube.com/zebedeeboss

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Topics covered in this episode:

Ubuntu, Debian and Others Leave Users Vulnerable
Linus Torvalds Speaks Out
A Whole New World Wide Web
What’s your biggest mistake in Linux that caused major system issues?
Valve officially confirm a new version of ‘Steam Play’ which includes a modified version of Wine

Liam from GamingonLinux.com joins us this week for Linux Gaming news!
Life is Strange 2 confirmed to be coming to Linux in 2019 from Feral Interactive
The developer of ‘Limit Theory’ is throwing in the towel, releasing the source code

Tips & Tricks:
xdotool – This tool lets you simulate keyboard input and mouse activity, move and resize windows, etc. It does this using X11’s XTEST extension and other Xlib functions.

Software Spotlight:
We received a couple e-mails from our listeners on additional options from our Catfish and Find tip.
– Torin recommended using Searchmonkey as another alternative to Catfish
– Michael recommended using ‘fd’ as an alternative cli based search tool