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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.

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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

221: Our Backup & Data Recovery Methods: Break Glass In Case Of System Failure

4/12/2021
This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we breakdown all of our systems for Backups & Data Recovery! We have some great news on how Open Source is being used to fight rare genetic diseases on multiple fronts. Later in the show, we’re also going to cover Facebooks latest 500 Million record breach. Plus we’ve also […]

Duration:01:05:15

220: Jill’s Treasure Hunt, Plan 9 from Cyber Space, Facebook Breach & More

4/5/2021
This week’s episode of Destination Linux is all about the past meeting the present. We have the famous Jill’s Treasure Hunt, where Jill will take us through her museum of computers to share one of her favorite tech toys. We’re also going to discuss the past and present with a Unix based OS that’s making […]

Duration:01:02:03

219: All About Those Betas: Fedora 34, PinePhone, Ubuntu Testing Week Interview

3/29/2021
This week’s episode of Destination Linux is all about those Betas! We have Yousuf Philips of Xubuntu joining us to discuss Ubuntu Testing Week. We’re also going to be discussing the Beta release of Fedora Linux 34, with an inside scoop of the i3 Spin for Fedora. The new Pinephone Beta edition is ready for […]

Duration:00:44:51

218: GNOME 40 – Interview with Neil McGovern, Executive Director of GNOME

3/22/2021
This week on Destination Linux, we have a special guest joining us to discuss GNOME 40, we’re going to be interviewing the Executive Director of GNOME, Neil McGovern, about the upcoming GNOME 40 release. We’re also going to discussing a new Linux based tablet that is entering the market. Then we’ll let you know what […]

Duration:01:09:57

217: Hack Snack with Bo Weaver, SUSE Targeting CentOS Defectors?, & More

3/15/2021
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to discuss Google’s involvement in open-source with the Summer Of Code and hiring developers to work on the Linux kernel. We are also introducing a new segment to the show with special guest, Bo Weaver joining us to talk Hacking & Security. We’re also discussing SUSE targeting CentOS […]

Duration:00:59:48

216: Firewalls On Linux & Google’s Change Of Heart On Tracking?

3/8/2021
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to discuss firewalls. Specifically, what the heck are they? Do you need to set one up? Does your distro have a default firewall and our favorite firewall software. Google is now a privacy ally…or at least that’s what they’re marketing. Later in the show, we’re going to discuss […]

Duration:00:56:13

215: Open Source vs Commercial: Endless War or Symbiosis? & Jill’s Treasure Hunt

3/1/2021
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to discuss why being a supporter of open source does not mean that you are anti-commercial. Later in the show, we’re going to go on a Treasure Hunt in Jill’s silicon world of wonders and hardware museum! Plus we’ve also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. […]

Duration:00:46:57

214: Customizing Your Linux Desktop With GNOME, KDE Plasma & More

2/22/2021
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to have some fun with customizing your Linux desktop. We’ll tell you about how each of us customize our Linux computers and give you ideas on how you can modify your own systems. Later in the show, we’re also covering the latest release of the Linux kernel with […]

Duration:01:07:08

213: Ghostery Joins The Browser Wars & Facebook Improves The Telecom Industry?

2/15/2021
Today we want to dive into the topic of browsers. Browsers are a crucial part of any PC experience today whether corporate or on the desktop. Yet, the competition for alternatives to Chrome are growing smaller by the year. In this episode we dive into some new offerings and ask the question what Firefox could […]

Duration:00:53:02

212: SUSE Interview with Gerald Pfeifer (CTO at SUSE & Chairman of openSUSE Board)

2/8/2021
This week we are joined by Dr. Gerald Pfeifer, the Chief Technology Officer of SUSE and Chairman of the openSUSE Board for an interview about SUSE, openSUSE & his journey in Linux. Later in the show, we’re also covering Ubuntu’s new fluttering Desktop Installer and in the gaming section, we’ll travel to the viking world […]

Duration:01:15:55

211: Sudo Make Me A Business, With Open Source Seasoning

2/1/2021
Many dream of starting their own business one day. Well this week we’re going to have some fun and plan out our own start-up company using only open-source software. Whether you have your own business or plan to start one in the future, this is a segment you don’t want to miss. We’re also covering […]

Duration:00:59:54

210: The Fediverse – Become An Adult Again

1/25/2021
You’ve heard us talk about Matrix and Mastodon along with many other decentralized services but what does that actually mean and why does it matter? Well this week, we’re going to deep dive into the various Fediverses to answer those questions. We’re also going to cover some recent exciting news from Red Hat which is […]

Duration:01:12:01

209: The Best Product Doesn’t Always Win

1/18/2021
After last weeks discussion in the after show about Gnome 40 and some of the interface changes being made, we couldn’t help but compare those changes to one of the most beloved operating system of it’s time. In this episode, we’re going to talk about this OS to find out why so many on the […]

Duration:00:54:39

208: Mythbusting Linux Misconceptions

1/12/2021
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to bust some myths as we talk about some Linux Misconceptions. Then we’re going to review some information on openSUSE and review the interesting facts revealed in it’s most recent community poll. We’ve also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. All of this and so much […]

Duration:01:04:00

207: Linux New Year Resolutions: Linux Laptops, Touchpad Gestures, Bye 1080p

1/4/2021
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to discuss our new years resolutions BUT for Linux and open source in 2021 . . . we’re also going to head to Jill’s museum of computers on a treasure hunt through her stash of technology. Then we will, discuss some long awaited changes coming to Snaps. We’ve […]

Duration:00:55:45

206: Hindsight is 2020, Looking Back at How 2020 Affected Technology

12/28/2020
This week we’re going to be looking back on 2020 to end out this ‘most interesting’ year. While 2020 is a year many of us want to forget, from an open-source standpoint there are still plenty of exciting things that took place we’re going to cover in this episode. We’ll name our favorite open-source software, […]

Duration:01:02:05

205: Home Sweet Home Labs

12/21/2020
Setting up a proper home lab can be tons of fun and provide you with invaluable knowledge and increase your productivity, privacy, and security all in one. That’s why this week we’re going to be discussing the must-have home server setups you don’t want to live without. Plus we have our community feedback where we […]

Duration:00:48:10

204: Interview with Red Hat’s Mike McGrath About CentOS Stream

12/14/2020
This week Red Hat made some waves with the news regarding CentOS. We’re going to dive deep into this topic as we’re joined by Mike McGrath, Red Hat’s Vice President of Engineering to discuss the news and Mike will take us through the details on CentOS Stream and what it will mean for the commuinity. […]

Duration:00:57:37

203: TOR De Force of M1 Mac

12/9/2020
This week we’re going to dive into the world of TOR, the Onion Router. Is Tor a good way to stay private on the internet? Is using the Tor Browser really safe? Can you truly remain anonymous using this tool? Those questions and more are what deep dive in this episode. We also take a […]

Duration:00:58:12

202: Is PipeWire Ready To Takeover Linux Audio? Plus Right To Repair EU Directive

12/2/2020
This week we’re going to dive into the world of Audio in Linux. For the majority of users Pulseaudio seems to do most everything you expect, however, that’s not always the case when it comes to more professional audio support. This is why we have projects like Jack and the up and coming PipeWire in […]

Duration:00:40:41