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Destination Linux is a podcast made by people who love running Linux and is the flagship show for the Destination Linux Network.

Destination Linux is a podcast made by people who love running Linux and is the flagship show for the Destination Linux Network.

Location:

United States

Description:

Destination Linux is a podcast made by people who love running Linux and is the flagship show for the Destination Linux Network.

Language:

English


Episodes

201: Interview with Tutanota Plus $6 Billion IPO for SUSE?

11/25/2020
Thank you to everyone who joined us LIVE to celebrate 200 Episodes of Destination Linux! We had an absolute blast during Game Fest and can’t wait to do another event in the near future! Thank you to everyone for helping us get to 200 episodes of the best darn Linux show on the planet. This […]

Duration:01:02:11

Anti-Virus On Linux: Should You Use One? | Destination Linux 200

11/18/2020
On this week’s episode of Destination Linux, we have a great episode in store for you. We’re going to talk about the marketshare potential of Linux. Growth numbers in the 300% range and wondering how this is going to translate to the Linux desktop. In addition we will be covering community feedback, Antivirus Software on […]

Duration:00:47:59

Destination Linux 199: Linux Hardware Galore with Raspberry Pi, Nvidia & Dell

11/11/2020
On this week’s episode of Destination Linux, the Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new exciting Pi and an Nvidia entering the arena as well with their own Pi-like competitor. We’ve got some great news this week from Dell as they are pushing to improve privacy on their laptops for use with Linux. In our gaming […]

Duration:00:59:54

Destination Linux 198: Interview with Neal Gompa, Fedora Contributor

11/4/2020
This week we have an awesome interview with Neal Gompa, Fedora Contributor, about Fedora 33, BTRFS and his Journey into Linux. We also discuss that status of Accessiblity in Linux. Linux is Everywhere, even in Space as afterall . . . Linux is the Final Frontier. In this episode we discuss just how far Linux […]

Duration:01:05:43

Destination Linux 197: Jill is Back! Plus Ubuntu 20.10, youtube-dl DMCA Takedown & More

10/28/2020
This week we’re going to take a look at Cloud Migration & Backup Strategies and we ask the question what should your personal cloud strategy be. Then we’re going to take a look at Ubuntu 20.10 and see what new features are available in this latest release. Then we discuss the DMCA takedown of Youtube-dl […]

Duration:00:59:03

Destination Linux 196: Going Sub-Atomic With Quantum Computing

10/21/2020
This week We’re going to take a look at what’s new for KDE’s latest Plasma 5.20 release! We’re going visit the Quantum Realm to discuss Quantum Computing and an article Red Hat released about the subject including what sysadmins will need to do to manage in this new realm without an Ant Man suit. In […]

Duration:00:52:56

Destination Linux 195: Interview with Fedora’s Project Lead, Matthew Miller

10/14/2020
This week we have an exciting interview in store for you with the Project Lead of Fedora, Matthew Miller! We’re going to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Libre Office and talk about their conference happening this week! In the Gaming section this week, Debian of all things announced they were putting on a Gaming Focused […]

Duration:00:59:24

Destination Linux 194: Open Source Ecology, An Interview with Marcin Jakubowski

10/7/2020
This week we have an incredible interview in store for you with the founder of Open Source Ecology, Marcin Jakubowski, a company that is using open source to change industrial machines, and much more, as we know it. In our Gaming section, we’ll discuss the new Left 4 Dead DLC that dropped from Valve! Later […]

Duration:00:48:07

Destination Linux 193: Lenovo Giving Linux Some Love!

9/30/2020
This week the DL Triforce discuss the great news of more Linux hardware from Lenovo but is there a twist to this discussion? Microsoft is bringing Edge to Linux! Is this the death of Firefox as we know it? In the Gaming section, Amazon has decided to join the Cloud Gaming Space. Is this a […]

Duration:00:53:29

Destination Linux 192: Super Productivity Interview & Big Updates On Nvidia Buying ARM

9/23/2020
This week the DL Triforce brings to an Interview with the developer of Super Productivity, a To-Do App for Linux. There’s a lot of new updates in the Nvidia Acquisition of ARM and how RISC-V might come into play. We’re also going to ask some Community Feedback including a question about why we wouldnt use […]

Duration:01:15:33

Destination Linux 191: GNOME 3.38 & Our Must Have Linux Apps!

9/16/2020
The DL Triforce brings to your our Must Have Linux Apps, the applications and software we can’t live without. We discuss the latest big GNOME release with GNOME 3.38. In the Gaming section this week we reveal our new DLN Xonotic Server and show you a way to get some table-top gaming back in action […]

Duration:00:56:15

Destination Linux 190: Does Linux Need Proprietary Software?

9/9/2020
The DL Triforce discuss the subject of Proprietary Software in Linux. Does proprietary software belong in Linux, do we even need it? We also have some awesome news from Blender with their latest release & from ProtonMail with Proton Drive. We then head to our gaming section where we take a look at Shing, a […]

Duration:01:11:39

Destination Linux 189: Why You Should Care About Default Settings

9/2/2020
On this week’s episode of Destination Linux, the #1 video-centric Linux podcast on the planet. We’re going to talk about the subject of the best Unix Shell is it time to switch away from BASH? We have a new Kali Linux out with some surprising changes. A new games just dropped for Linux and it […]

Duration:00:54:32

Destination Linux 188: BASH vs ZSH vs FISH: What Is The Best Linux Shell?

8/26/2020
On this week’s episode of Destination Linux, the #1 video-centric Linux podcast on the planet. We’re going to talk about the subject of the best Unix Shell is it time to switch away from BASH? We have a new Kali Linux out with some surprising changes. A new games just dropped for Linux and it […]

Duration:00:46:40

Destination Linux 187: The Future of Computing with Jill Bryant Ryniker

8/16/2020
On this week’s episode of Destination Linux, the number ONE video-centric Linux podcast on the planet. We’re going to talk about the future of interacting with your computer with some dream hardware discussion. We have a very special guest this week, Jill has returned to guest host and she’s going to show off one of […]

Duration:01:05:46

Destination Linux 186: Quality Control in Linux, System76 Keyboard & DLN Game Fest!

8/12/2020
On this week’s episode of Destination Linux, the DL Roundtable meets to discuss the subject of Quality Control in Linux! Do we have a good system or is the recent Boot Hole patch a vision of things to come? Then we’ll check in with System76 and some reimagining of the keyboard. We take an outdoor […]

Duration:00:42:53

Destination Linux 185: Let’s Fix Linux Tech Support

8/5/2020
On this week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re transitioning from the topic of Bug Reporting last week to Tech Support in Linux this week. We’re going to check in on Wayland’s progress with Plasma’s new release, we have an sandbox MMO for gaming, and our popular tips/tricks and software picks. All of this and so […]

Duration:00:59:54

Destination Linux 184: Let’s Squash Some Bugs (plus Manjaro ARM Interview)

7/29/2020
Coming up on this week’s episode of Destination Linux, we have an interview with Dan Johansen of Manjaro ARM to talk all things ARM. The big topic of the week is about Bug Reports and how they can get better for both Users and Developers so Let’s Squash Some Bugs. In the News, we talk […]

Duration:01:04:44

Destination Linux 183: It Is Okay To Use Nano

7/22/2020
Coming up on this week’s episode of Destination Linux we’re going to discuss the age old topic, why it is okay to use Nano instead of Emacs or Vim. In the news this week were going to discuss the latest announcement from Pine64 about the new more powerful PinePhone that also comes with a USB […]

Duration:00:56:40

Destination Linux 182: Security Keys, Disk Encryption & Two Factor Authentication (2FA)

7/15/2020
Coming up on this week’s episode of Destination Linux: Google & Canonical are teaming up to bring Flutter to Linux for a cross-platform game changer. How Important is Disk Encryption & Security Keys – should you be using them or do you just prefer being hacked? We’ve got community feedback, a DRM FREE Game called […]

Duration:00:48:03