Subscribe to Destination Linux

We've made it as easy as possible to subscribe to the show so you can subscribe in a variety of ways on multiple platforms. If you don't know which way you'd like to subscribe then you can use one of the options listed below.

Moble Apps & Services

There are many mobile apps & services available to use to subscribe to the show. You should be able to search for Destination Linux in whichever app you prefer and subscribe that way. If you don't have a preference then feel free to check out the list below for a selection of options.

Manual Setup

You can also subscribe via an RSS Feed using a variety of apps and services. This requires manual setup in most cases but this a very flexible method of subscribing because it will be compatible with Desktop, Mobile, and RSS Reader services.

Moble Apps & Services

You can use one of the following apps/services on most mobile devices

Manual Setup

How to manually setup an RSS Feed for your Desktop, Mobile, RSS Reader, etc.

RSS Feeds allow you to see when websites have added new content. You can get the latest headlines and video in one place, as soon as it’s published, without having to visit the websites you have taken the feed from. In the case of Destination Linux, it lets you get updated whenever there’s a new episode automatically.

The RSS portion stands for ‘Really Simple Syndication’ and essentially they are just web pages designed to be read by computers rather than people. Websites that display the RSS icon (usually orange) means they have a way to automatically get updated on some aspect of their content. Every show on the Destination Linux Network offers an RSS Feed so you can subscribe to each show to be notified every time an episode drops.

The process of subscribing to an RSS Feed is pretty simple because all you do is Copy & Paste the Feed URL into the subscribe section of your aggregator. The hard part is finding an RSS Aggregator to use and the benefits of each aggregator vary widely so it’s hard to say what would work best in a global suggestion. Here is a list of various aggregators and if these seems like overkill to you then feel free to use any of the mobile apps listed above.

RSS Feed

Copy the RSS Feed URL to Subscribe