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On this weeks episode of DLN Xtend we talk about choice and how user’s come to make the decisions they do in their hardware and software.

00:00 Introductions
09:04 Jason's Back
15:37 It's alright to use Nano
20:20 Ideas for an old Computer
25:18 Host Related Interest
41:02 Wrap Up

What Matt has been listening too (from Introductions)
-https://ff7.ocremix.org (Son of Chaos Favorite song)

Linux for Everyone
Jason’s first podcast in a while
-https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/episode-37-legionnaire/2394
-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3o1s4FIIFs coreboot **

It's alright to use Nano
-https://destinationlinux.org/episode-183/

Ideas for an old Computer (community topic)
-https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/ideas-for-old-computer/2311

Nate
- Fusion 360 on Linux

Wendy- Adventures in RawTherapee
- www.rawtherapee.com

Matt
-Elive - https://www.elivecd.org
-Game- Blades of Time -https://store.steampowered.com/app/208670/Blades_of_Time/

Wrap Up

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Welcome to Hardware Addicts, a proud member of the Destination Linux Network. Hardware Addicts is the podcast that focuses on the physical components that powers our technology world.

In this episode, we’re going to discuss our hardware antics for the week, we will be discussing Thunderbolt 3 vs USB 4 vs Thunderbolt 4… are you prepared for the power, and then head to the popular Camera Corner with Wendy where we’re going to discuss Lens Calibration

So Sit back, Relax, and Plug In because Hardware Addicts Starts Now!

This episode of Hardware Addicts is brought to you buy Digital Ocean & Bitwarden

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Wendy's great [river photo on the DLN Forum](https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/fun-with-darktable/1404/12?u=michaeltunnell)
[Rode PodMic](https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1449997-REG/rode_podmic_dynamic_podcasting_microphone.html) that Michael bought

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Destination Linux 184: It Is Okay To Use Nano
https://destinationlinux.org/episode-184 - Hosted by Michael, Ryan & Noah

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 about the new AMD Ryzen Linux Laptops are finally hitting the market. Thanks to Tuxedo & Slimbook we've got 2 new Linux Laptops with the Tuxedo Pulse 15 & the KDE Slimbook. In Linux Gaming section we talk about SuperTuxKart which an awesome Open Source game for Linux! We've also got some great Community Feedback to talk about. In addition to our Software Spotlight we are going to start explaining the Linux Filesystem in the Tip of the Week for a Filesystem Breakdown Series. All of this and so much more on Episode 184 of the #1 video-centric Linux podcast, Destination Linux!

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00:00:00 Intro
00:00:49 Welcome to DL184
00:01:45 What Noah has been up to
00:03:47 What Ryan has been up to
00:05:06 What Michael has been up to
00:07:08 Community Feedback: Rolling Release vs LTS or are there other options?
00:13:56 Interview with Dan Johanson from Manjaro ARM
00:25:07 News: N..

On this weeks episode of DLN Xtend we talk about users having the ability and right to upgrade their technology when and where they see fit.

Topics
00:00 Introductions
09:24 Right to Repair
18:43 New PinePhone
24:09 Bad Product Experiences
39:20 Host Related Interests
45:56 Wrap Up

The Ugly Truth About Apple's Engineering . . . Glue, Glue Everywhere
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhB-95vKx8w
New PinePhone for Convergence
- https://frontpagelinux.com/news/new-pinephone-with-3gb-of-ram-and-usb-convergence-dock/

Matt
Project RIP
- https://store.steampowered.com/app/1131400/Project_RIP/
Kaos
- www.kaos.us

Wendy- Adventures in RawTherapee
- www.rawtherapee.com

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Now that Eric has finished his big move. He and Brandon sit down to discuss one of the most misunderstood concepts in all of IT, DevOps. What does it mean? How do you use it? And can you actually achieve a state of DevOps?

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What have we been working on?

* Language Tool - https://languagetool.org
* The IT Guy thought moving his family was a good enough excuse not to play with something new this week...

Audience Feedback

* Blog - Ansible and HashiCorp: Better Together - https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/ansible-terraform-better-together/

What is DevOps?

* Rackspace Video - What is DevOps? In Simple English - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_I94-tJlovg
* New Stack Blog - Understanding the Difference Between CI and CD - https://thenewstack.io/understanding-the-difference-between-ci-and-cd/
* HashiCorp Blog - Infrastructure as Code: What is it? Why is it important? - https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/what-is-infrastructure-as-code/

Call to Action

* DevOps works!
* Get involved with DevOps Days - https://devopsdays.org/
* Suggested Reading

The DevOps Handbook - https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/1942788002/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1942788002&linkCode=am2&tag=itguyeric-20&linkId=b228c402de7d56748335e3afdd7a45a0

The Phoenix Project - https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/1942788290/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1942788290&linkCode=as2&tag=itguyeric-20&linkId=d5d1d61df4e7e1d53e366e20a18c2722

DevOps Tools

* OKD - okd.io
* Gitlab - https://gitlab.org
* Ansible - https://www.ansible.com/
* SaltStack - https://www.saltstack.com/
* Jenkins - https://www.jenkins.io/
* Terraform - https://www.terraform.io/
* Rancher - https://rancher.io
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https://destinationlinux.org/episode-183 - Hosted by Noah, Michael & Ryan

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 Dock in the Convergence Package. Speaking of Convergence, we're going to discuss what "Real" Convergence is as a response to a blog post made by Purism. Later in the show we'll let you know about a great game deal for the Warhammer series from Humble Bundle and we'll cover some awesome community feedback from Space (sort of) and we've got the beloved tips/tricks and software pick. All of this and so much more on the Destination Linux podcast!

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00:00 Intro
00:41 Welcome to Episode 183
01:08 What Michael did this week
02:00 What Ryan did this week
04:22 What Noah did this week
06:40 Digital Ocean
08:35 Community Feedback: SPACE Operations Facility!
11:03 New More Powerful PinePhone and USB Dock
30:34 Security Advisory of the Week: SSH Keys
33:38 Bitwarden
36:20 Topic of the Week: It's Okay To Use Nano
45:42 Linux Gaming: Warhammer Humble Bundle
47:10 Software Spotlight: MPV media player
50:37 Tip of the Week: wmctrl to manage windows
53:48 Thank you for watching!
53:55 Become a Patron of Des..

In this episode of DLN Xtend we discuss criticism. Is it always negative? How do we take it as open-source projects, creators, or even as users of a project?

Topics:
00:00 Introductions
08:50 Community Feedback
10:37 Discussion of the Week: Is Criticism Just Negativity?
31:11 Host Related Interest
44:21 Wrap Up

Let’s discuss community feedback
-Episode 22
https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/dln-xtend-22-why-gaming-on-linux-matters-linux-mint-forbids-snaps/2242/8

Is Criticism Just Negativity?

-Torvalds Takes Time Off https://gizmodo.com/linux-founder-takes-some-time-off-to-learn-how-to-stop-1829105667

-Firefox + Mr Robot (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/lookingglass)

-Ubuntu and Amazon Link

-Ubuntu and Unity

Host Related Interest

Matt
- New version of Manjaro Webdad (Jade Desktop Environment)
https://osdn.net/projects/manjaro-community/storage/webdad/
- Game recommendation - Tower of Time
https://store.steampowered.com/app/617480/Tower_of_Time/

Wendy
- Exploring new software
https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/what-software-do-you-use/2284

Nate
- Commodore 64 live stream, fail. OBS NDI Pluging works great.
Wrap Up

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https://destinationlinux.org/episode-176 - Hosted by Ryan & Michael

Coming up on this week's episode of Destination Linux, we're covering community feedback, we're giving our opinions on the BEST Beginner Friendly Linux Distros, tips & tricks and software spotlight . . . and STOOL MERCH! All of this and much more on Episode 176 of Destination Linux!

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00:00:33 Intro to DL176
00:00:49 Last Airbender of Linux
00:02:20 What Michael has been up to
00:04:04 What Ryan has been up to
00:07:43 New "Active Sitting" Merch (Stool Shirts)
00:09:56 Sponsored by Digital Ocean
00:11:57 Community Feedback about Audio on Linux like PulseAudio JACK Alsa
00:16:59 Best Beginner Distros
00:43:09 Raspberry Pi 4 with 8 GB RAM
00:46:05 Hardware Addicts: Ryan vs Wendy
00:49:03 Google Stadia
00:54:32 Software Spotlight: Weather Apps
00:58:28 Tip & Trick: Bash Shortcuts (Community Submitted)
01:00:58 Become a Patron of DL (Watch Live Unedited Versions & More)
01:01:28 Join the DLN Community (Forums Telegram Discord & more)
01:02:13 How to Send Community Feedback
01:02:38 DLN Store: Stool Merch & More
01:03:36 Where To Find Our Other Content
01:04:31 Active Sitting DVDs (apparenty lol)
01:05:18 The Journey Itself . . .
01:05:26 Outtake 1
01:05:48 Outtake 2
01:06:12 Outtake 3
01:06:26 Outtake 4
01:07:14 Switching to the Patron Post Show

#Linux #OpenSource #LastAirbenderofLinux

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Thanks for joining us for episode 21 of DLN Xtend. Nate talks about designing a roll out pantry in Fusion 360 and Eric tests the virtues of virtual machines, virtual environments and containers.

We received some listener feedback from ThatComputerKid about how he feels EndeavourOS is not Arch.

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In the DLN Community segment, there was a post in the Destination Linux Network Discourse forum about learning computer programming, specifically which languages are worth learning. Eric ignores all that and focuses on the process of actually learning to code and how it's been a series of stops and starts for him.

In case you haven't heard, Linux++ is now on Front Page Linux. Linux++ is a weekly dive into the major topics, events, and headlines throughout the Linux world published by Eric Londo. Eric is an environmental engineer with a passion in software development, the open-source software community, and especially the GNU/Linux OS. His take on the events of the week are in-depth, concise and well researched. It's an excellent resource for all things Linux and Open Source and we highly recommend checking it out.

On Hardware Addicts episode 8 they discuss new AMD laptop processors featuring a lower TDP (thermal design power) which promises lower heat output and better battery life. T..

Welcome to Hardware Addicts, a proud member of the Destination Linux Network. Hardware Addicts is the podcast that focuses on the physical components that powers our technology world.

In this episode, we’re going to discuss the 10th Gen Intel offerings as promised from episode 9, everything we know about Intel Optane and how Intel’s 10th gen is going to fair in the current market. We cover gaming nostalgia and kitchen tech projects, and finally, we head to the popular Camera Corner with Wendy where we’re going to discuss how sensors capture color…all this and more coming up.

So Sit back, Relax, and Plug In because Hardware Addicts Starts Now!

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https://destinationlinux.org/episode-174 - Hosted by Noah, Ryan & Michael

Coming up on this week's episode of Destination Linux, we've got a brand new look! Michael made some new branding for the show like a new Logo, new intro animation, new OBS scenes and some new fancy nameplates for each us even equipped with some motion effects. We're also going to be covering community feedback, effective use of social networking, Pinetab, Half Life Alyx is now on Linux then we'll also give you ways to improve your computing experience with tips, tricks and this week's Software Spotlight. All this and much more on this episode of Destination Linux.

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Topics covered in this episode:

Full Show Notes (for links and such)
https://destinationlinux.org/episode-174

- What We've Been Up To:
- Michael
- New Logo for Destination Linux
- New OBS Scenes & Workflow
- New Nameplate Motion Graphics
- New Intro Animation for the show
- just so many new things in this episode :D
- Ryan
- CodeCombat
- Using the Unity Desktop Environment
- Noah
- Volumio - multi-room
- preparation for the virtual SouthEast LinuxFest
- Community Feedback:
- Issue with Manjaro with LUKS full disk encryption (we contacted Philip of Manjaro about it)
- timeshift-autosnap-apt for Debian/Ubuntu
- Main Topic of the Week:
- Using Social Media for a Career in Tech
- News
- Pine64 Makes Waves With New Updates
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Hey everyone! We hope you're all staying safe in these crazy times! Let's do a DLN Patrons Chat Live Stream today @ 12pm Eastern!

Join us today in the LiveStream by going to the DL Patreon or Sponsus to get the Zoom link.

We're going to hang out and discuss open-source, Linux, and anything else on your mind.

Hope to see you there!

Please remember to keep the discussion family friendly.

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Hey Everyone! I hope you're doing well and I hope you can join us for the next DLN Patrons Chat Live Stream which is happening tomorrow!

That's right! We're having a DLN Patrons Chat Live Stream tomorrow, Saturday April 18th at 12PM Eastern! Anyone can join in on the fun via the Live Chat and all Patrons of DLN are welcomed to join us for the on-screen chat. By all Patrons, I mean if you are a patron of any creator in the Network or DL itself then you can join us for this chat.

All Patrons are welcome to join us on screen so whether you're a patron of Destination Linux, TuxDigital, DasGeek, Linux For Everyone, or whatever then you will find the link to join us on Patreon or Sponsus. Again, be sure to not miss the awesome time that is the DLN Patrons Chat at 12pm Eastern tomorrow, Saturday April 18th!

I hope to see you there!

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https://destinationlinux.org/episode-173 - Hosted by Michael, Noah & Ryan

Coming up on this week's episode of Destination Linux, we've got some community feedback and we're going to be conducting one of our famous in-depth interviews as we are joined by Tameika Reed & De Parler from the organization, Women In Linux.

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- https://youtube.com/womeninlinux
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Topics covered in this episode:

Full Show Notes (for links and such)
https://destinationlinux.org/episode-173

- What We've Been Up To:
- Michael
- Front Page Linux = frontpagelinux.com
- DLN Patrons Chat Live Stream on Saturday, May 16th at 12pm Eastern
- Noah
- preparation for the virtual SouthEast LinuxFest
- Ryan
- NeoGeo Mini Arcade - International Edition: Relive Your Childhood!
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oGImhBKln8
- Community Feedback:
- Why isn't there any Stool Merch? ("what am i supposed to do without a stool hoodie?")
- Main Topic of the Week:
- Interview with Tameika Reed & De Parler of Women in Linux

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Full Show Notes (for links and such)
https://destinationlinux.org/episode-173

#Linux #OpenSource #RiseofSkywalkerCameos

This Week in Linux is a Proud Member of the Destination Linux Network!
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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we've got some new releases from Firefox, xrdesktop, herbstluft window manager, and more. We'll also check out 2 hardware announcements this week, one from Manjaro & Star Labs and a DIY Open Source laptop from MNT. Later in the show we'll check out a new ncurses ToDo Manager app called NOAFtodo. There were reports this week for a large increase for Linux Marketshare and Munich is back in the new regarding Public Code. Then we'll round out the show with a Bonanza of bundles from Humble Bundle. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

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Segment Index:
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl103

00:58 DLN Patrons Chat Live Stream Announcement
01:37 Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/dln )
02:26 xrdesktop 0.14 with OpenXR Support
06:23 Firefox 76.0 Released
11:49 Manjaro Linux + Star Labs Linux Laptops
15:49 MNT Reform: DIY Open Laptop
23:47 herbstluftwm 0.8.2 Released
27:50 NOAFtodo: ncurses TODO-manager
30:46 Front Page Linux
33:12 Destination Linux
34:56 Become a Patron of TuxDigital & TWinL
36:19 Linux Marketshare 7x Increase Last Month
39:54 LGW Interview with Ell, GIMP Core Developer
41:25 Netherlands & Munich to use "Public Code"
51:26 Humble Bundle Bonanza
56:17 Outro

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https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-fun-with..

https://destinationlinux.org/episode-171 - Hosted by Noah, Ryan, Michael & Jill

On this week's episode of Destination Linux, we have an interview with Jill Bryant of LinuxGameCast, we take a look at Ubuntu 20.04 and Fedora 32, discuss some benchmarks between the latest Fedora and Ubuntu, dive into our software spotlight along with tips and tricks as well as discuss Proton in our gaming section. All this and so much more on Destination Linux 171!

Guest Host:
Jill Bryan-Ryniker of LinuxGameCast
- https://twitter.com/jill_linuxgirl
- https://linuxchixla.org/
- https://linuxgamecast.com/

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Topics covered in this episode:

Full Show Notes (for links and such)
https://destinationlinux.org/episode-170

- What We've Been Up To:
- Michael
- Front Page Linux = frontpagelinux.com
- Episode 100 of This Week in Linux
- Ryan
- Python
- WFH
- Noah
- something I forgot when making shownotes
- Jill
- testing Ubuntu 20.04
- Community Feedback:
- Discussion about privacy related browser add-ons possibly being redundant or even a weakness for fingerprinters to exploit
- Video of 3 y/o using a Thinkpad running Fedora GNOME to get to his very hungry caterpillar YouTube vids! 🐛
- Main Topic of the Week:
- Interview with Jill Bryan-Ryniker of LinuxGameCast
- News:
- Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Released plus some Sneaky Features
- Fedora 32 Released
- Gaming:
- Valve Proton Brings The Games
- Software Spot..

Jason Donenfeld lead developer joins us this hour to discuss WireGuard, an extremely simple yet fast and modern VPN that utilizes state-of-the-art cryptography. is an extremely simple yet fast and modern VPN that utilizes state-of-the-art cryptography.

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https://destinationlinux.org/episode-170 - Hosted by Michael, Noah, Ryan & Emma

Coming up in this week's episode of Destination Linux we deep dive into the topics of Linux Appliances, how Open Source can save lives, Raspberry Pi ventilator, Community Feedback, AI Dungeon in the Gaming section, our Software Spotlight, and Tips & Tricks. All this and much more on episode 170 of Destination Linux.

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Emma Marshall of System76 = https://socialhappiness.us

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Topics covered in this episode:

Full Show Notes (for links and such)
https://destinationlinux.org/episode-170

- Community Feedback:
- Mauro's Experience with Rolling Release distros, especially Manjaro
- Ted writes us about [email protected]
- join the DLN Folding Team with Team ID = 240869

- Main Topic of the Week:
- Linux Appliances & Products to Open Source Your Home

- News:
- Duke University Creates Open Source Protective Respirator
- Raspberry Pi Powered Ventilator

- Gaming:
- AI Dungeon
- an Open Source dungeon crawling game

- Software Spotlight:
- Atom (Text Editor)
- Sublime Text

- Tips & Tricks:
- Clearing Your Terminal / Command Line
- you don't want to be caught Sudo'ing :D
- clear = command to clear the terminal
- Ctrl+L = shortcut to clear the terminal
- Ctrl+U = clear out the current command line
- Ctrl+W = clear command line BEFORE the current position of the cursor
- Ctrl+K = clear comma..

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a lot of interesting news to cover including some Application News from Inkscape and a command-line search tool called "fd". We've also got some Distro News from Ubuntu, PopOS, and Umix OS. We'll cover a really cool tip that was shared on the r/linux subreddit this week related to Bluetooth and PulseAudio. We've also got a really interesting new fork in the KDE world because theres a new project that is a fork of KWin. Oh yea, I almost forgot to mention . . . this episode 100! of This Week in Linux! and so as a special bonus . . . I recorded this episode LIVE on YouTube! All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

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00:00:51 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/dln )
00:02:28 = Inkscape 0.92.5 Released & 1.0 RC Testing
00:07:19 = KWinFT: KDE's KWin Forked
00:15:47 = 2020: KDE's Akademy & GNOME's GUADEC
00:18:28 = fd 8.0.0 Released (find command alternative)
00:22:49 = This Week in Linux is LIVE!
00:25:03 = Destination Linux
00:27:33 = TuxDigital & TWinL on LBRY
00:28:19 = Become a Patron of TuxDigital & TWinL
00:30:07 = PulseAudio + Bluetooth on Linux
00:33:44 = Ubuntu Adds Rolling Release Kernel for AWS
00:35:48 = Pop!_OS 20.04 Beta Released
00:40:21 = Umix OS 20.04 Released
00:47:11 = Outro

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https://destinationlinux.org/episode-168 - Hosted by Noah, Ryan & Michael

Coming up on this week's episode of Destination Linux, we're going to be discussing the tools used to produce DL and all our individual shows, we're going to take a look at Ubuntu 20.04, check out an exciting Rapberry Pi Project, giving tips and tricks along with our Software Pick and much much more.

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- Community Feedback
- EARN IT Act is Disgusting!
- Behind The Scenes of Destination Linux
We break down the software and hardware that we use to make the show as well as other shows we produce on the Destination Linux Network. We cover the structure and processes for Destination Linux, This Week in Linux, DLN Xtend, Hardware Addicts and the Ask Noah Show.
- Software:
- OBS
- Zoom
- CodiMD (On Cloudron DO server)
- Kdenlive for video editing
- Auphonic
- Fireside.FM
- JACK Audio
- Audacity
- Reaper
- Mumble
- Cleanfeed Discussion
- Hardware:
- Procasters Mic (Noah/Ryan)
- ElectroVoice RE320, Behringer mixer (Eric)
- Blue Yeti (Michael but not recommended)
- DBX 286s gating
- Sony Mirrorless / Logitech webcams
- Studio Lighting
- Sound pads..

Zoom is everywhere in the news. While they're doing their best to respond and resolve the issues users are finding - have you asked yourself if you want to host your company meetings with a third party?

We'll show you the best ways to host end to end encrypted meetings on your hardware!
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WarheadSE and DagoRed join Noah this episode for a discussion on troubleshooting, the OSI model, and why Arch is a better distro for those who want to dig deep into tech!

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On DLN Xtend Episode 17, Nate tests FreeOffice and Eric spends some time with Kdenlive.

We thank DigitalOcean for sponsoring DLN Xtend. DigitalOcean offers the simplest, most developer-friendly cloud platform. It’s optimized to make managing and scaling apps easy with an intuitive API, multiple storage options, integrated firewalls, load balancers and so much more. You can get all this plus access to their world-class customer support for as low as $5 per month. DigitalOcean also has 2,000 cloud-agnostic tutorials to help you stay up to date with the latest open source software, languages, and frameworks. Get started on Digital Ocean for 2 Months FREE with a $100 credit by going to https://do.co/dln.

Destination Linux talked about the open source document viewer KOReader which peaked Nate's interest and leads to a discussion on e-readers.

Ask Noah brings up the recent news of an AMD vulnerability discovered as part of a study funded by Intel and also the excellent Opensource.Builders website which showcases open source alternatives to common proprietary software.

Jason Evangelho of Linux for Everyone recently interviewed Alan Pope of Canonical and asked some interesting questions. We break down a few of the more interesting aspects of their conversation.

On the DasGeek YouTube channel, Ryan covered using the El Gato Streamdeck Mini with Linux which led Eric to wonder if there was a way to use a general-purpose tablet to do the same thing rather than buying dedicated hardware. Turns out, there is a very easy way to accomplish this with obs-websocket and OBS Tablet Remote. Thanks to Venn Stone of LinuxGameCast for the tutorial.

That's all for this week. Be sure to stop by DLN's Discourse, Telegram, Mumble and Discord servers to continue the discussion. More information about this show and other Destination Linux Network shows and creators (like Eric and Nate) for example is available at destinationlinux.network.

Until next time, see yas!

https://destinationlinux.org/episode-163 - Hosted by Ryan,Noah, Michael & Gab

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What We've Been Up To:
- Gab talks about the software he's made: a RSS Reader & Network Info Utility
- Noah's great story about video broadcasting with Linux for a radio station's sports coverage
- Michael launched the new DL Picks page that lists all the Spotlights, Tips & Tricks we've done on DL
- Ryan talks about launch of our new Patrons Chat Live Stream where all Patrons, of any DLN Creator, are welcome to join us for a video chat each month!

Community Feedback:
- Ways to find Source Code of a project
- What's the status of Wayland?
- Koreader - Open Source eBook Reading software for Kobo and Kindle devices

Episode Topics:
- Linus Tech Tips video about 10 Reasons Why Linux is Better
- Red Hat reveals results from an Enterprise survery about Open Source software usage

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Software Spotlight:
Grub Customizer

Tips & Tricks:
Cutting and Pasting in the terminal

Thank you to @DigitalOcean for sponsoring this episode of Linux For Everyone! Get 2 months free with a $100 credit by visiting https://do.co/dln

Community member, Linux voyager and elementary OS enthusiast @Schykle joins me to discuss a wide range of topics this week. We begin with a look at his distro-hopping origin story and why he ended up sticking with #elementaryOS. Then we dig deep into community behavior and both of us share some of our struggles in dealing with toxicity.

PLUS: Liam is back for another awesome Linux Gaming Report, and I read some of your letters about dual-booting and Salient OS.

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Update April 2020:
We have decided to switch from BitChute to LBRY, due to many technical issues. If you'd like to continue following the show on a non-YouTube video platform then please head over to https://destinationlinux.network/lbry

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