I got a chance to review the Kubuntu Focus laptop and this is the Unboxing and First Impressions video for it.
"The Kubuntu Focus is the result of a collaboration between The Kubuntu Council, Tuxedo Computers and MindShareManagement. It is a high-powered, workflow-focused laptop which ships with Kubuntu installed. This is the first officially Kubuntu-branded computer."
- Kubuntu Focus Team
#Kubuntu #Laptop #Unboxing
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have distro releases from Zorin OS and ArcoLinux. We're going to check out the latest releases from core projects like Mesa, QEMU, DXVK & D9VK. The RISC-V Foundation has decided to move their headquarters out of the US. Microsoft has announced Teams for Linux while Canonical has announced their sponsorship for a WSL Conference. Later in the show we'll take a look at a text editor called Textosaurus, the latest deals from Humble Bundle and we got some good news regarding Disney+ on Linux. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
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Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl90
00:44 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:45 = Zorin OS 15.1 Released
10:38 = ArcoLinux 19.12.15 Released
13:08 = DXVK 1.5, D9VK 0.40 & Maintenance Mode?
18:32 = Mesa 19.3 Released
21:44 = QEMU 4.2 Released
24:08 = TWinL Housekeeping
26:31 = RISC-V Foundation Says Goodbye to USA
28:41 = Textosaurus 0.9.13
29:44 = Microsoft Teams Out For Linux
31:44 = Canonical Sponsors WSL Conference?
35:34 = Disney+ Now Works on Linux
38:55 = Humble Bundles: Games & Books
41:39 = Outro
On this episode of This Week in Linux, Linux Kernel 5.4 was released and Google says they want the .Android kernel closer to the mainline Linux kernel. We'll also take a look at some Legal News with the United States' FTC vs YouTube regarding content For Kids vs Family-Friendly content. Bytecode Alliance was formed to push forward the WebAssembly technology, System76 announced they will be starting to work on building laptops in-house. We've got a lot of new releases this week with IPFire, Kodi entertainment center, HandBrake, MPV media player, Brave browser, and a new game from Valve related to Half Life. Later in the show, we'll check out a cool Humble Bundle for Cybersecurity plus a Music & Sound Effects Bundle. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl88
01:07 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:54 = Linux Kernel 5.4 Released
07:24 = Google Wants Android Closer to Mainline Linux
12:40 = FTC vs YouTube: For Kids vs Family-Friendly?
26:32 = Bytecode Alliance Formed
32:22 = System76 To Design/Build Laptops In-House
34:34 = IPFire 2.23 Core 137 Released
36:00 = Housekeeping
40:04 = Kodi 18.5 Released
43:44 = HandBrake 1.3.0 Released
45:19 = MPV Player 0.30 Released
47:56 = Brave 1.0 Released
52:03 = Valve Announces Half-Life: Alyx
54:57 = Cybersecurity by Packt Bundle
56:32 = Music & SFX Bundle
57:40 = Outro
On this episode of This Week in Linux, Pine64 announces the pre-orders for the PinePhone are coming this week! AMD Announces Latest Threadripper & Ryzen 9 CPUs. We've got the results from the openSUSE Name Change vote. In Distro News, Ubuntu pledges support for Raspberry Pis, elementary OS Adds Flatpak Support, and we got new releases from KaOS and Chrome OS. Microsoft confirms that their Edge browser is coming to Linux. Linus Torvalds was interviewed recently where he declared he is 'Not a Programmer Anymore', we'll take a closer look at that. In Linux Gaming News, Steam releases beta support for Containers in Steam for Linux. Google Reveals Stadia Launch Games and further info on the service. We also got some really interesting news from Valve where they might launch their own Stadia competitor called "Steam Cloud Gaming". All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl87
01:03 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
03:16 = PinePhone Available to Pre-Order Soon!
- DL145 = https://destinationlinux.org/episode-145
- DasGeek Pinebook Pro Unboxing = https://youtu.be/b-XikeQDKOw
- DasGeek Pinebook Pro Tip & Tricks = https://youtu.be/qaDkbe3C7E4
12:39 = AMD Announces Latest Threadripper & Ryzen CPUs
15:12 = openSUSE Votes on Name Change
16:22 = Ubuntu for Raspberry Pi
19:28 = elementary OS Adds Flatpak Support
24:11 = KaOS 2019.10 Released
27:10 = Housekeeping
31:21 = Linus Torvalds: 'Not a Programmer Anymore'
34:27 = Chrome OS 78 Released
37:59 = Microsoft's Edge Browser Coming to Linux
39:28 = Steam For Linux Containers Support
42:54 = Google Reveals Stadia Launch Games
45:03 = Valve Might Launch..
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we take a look a few distros that were released with Fedora 31, MX Linux 19, and Tails 4.0. GNOME files a counter-claim against the patent troll that is suing Shotwell and we'll take a look at the NordVPN hack. Mozilla released Firefox 70 and UBports released their latest version of Ubuntu Touch. Pine64 has launched the next Pre-Order window for the Pinebook Pro. Canonical has a new Ubuntu Desktop Director moving forward so 20.04 LTS will certainly be something to look forward to. Humble Bundle launched a very cool book bundle for learning about Linux and BSD. In Linux Gaming News, Valve released a new version of the Steam Client Library and their new Remote Play Together tool is now available. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl86
01:11 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
02:23 = Fedora 31 Released
05:31 = GNOME Counter-claim Against "Patent Troll"
09:01 = Tails 4.0 Released
10:49 = MX Linux 19 Released
13:02 = Next Pinebook Pro Pre-Order Window
16:34 = Ubuntu Touch OTA-11 Release
20:42 = Housekeeping
24:59 = DLN Gaming Night
27:18 = Canonical Has a New Director of Ubuntu Desktop
29:58 = Firefox 70 Released
31:50 = NordVPN Gets Hacked, Handles It Poorly
39:45 = Humble Bundle: Linux & BSD Bookshelf
41:59 = Intel Chip Security Problems: "not going away"
45:40 = Valve: New Steam Library & Remote Play Together
48:19 = Outro
If you haven't seen Part 1 on DasGeek's channel, here's the link: https://tuxdigital.com/go/bitwarden-part-1
In this video, Ryan (DasGeek) and I continue our discussion about Bitwarden and provide a Guide for Bitwarden like migrating from LastPass and others. We also show some Tips & Tricks related to Bitwarden that you might find useful.
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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we'll talk about the new Lockdon feature in the Linux Kernel that is coming. We've got a lot of Distro News this week with Red Hat announcing CentOS Stream, SolydXK 10, Lakka 2.3.1. Ubuntu has revealed their plans for the 32-Bit Support in Ubuntu going forward. Later in the show, we'll take a look The Beta releases for Ubuntu, the Ubuntu Flaours for 19.10 and the beta for KDE Plasma 5.17. Purism has released some demo videos of the first incomplete batch of Librem 5 devices known as Aspen branch. We'll talk about that and a new RSI tool called Safe Eyes to help with Eye Strain. In Legal News, the GNOME Foundation announced they are being sued over a ridiculous Software Patent . . . we'll break this down to explain why software patents are awful. Then we'll finish up the show with a couple Humble Bundles for Games, Books and even some Linux & Unix training. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl83
01:09 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
02:42 = Linus Approves Kernel 'Lockdown' Feature
04:44 = Red Hat Announces CentOS Stream
10:00 = GNOME Foundation Sued By "Patent Troll"
16:56 = Purism Releases Video Demos of Librem 5
20:45 = Ubuntu Reveals Plan for 32-bit Support
24:06 = Housekeeping
31:06 = Ubuntu 19.10 Beta Released
36:13 = SolydXK 10 Released
37:51 = Lakka 2.3.1 Released
43:00 = Safe Eyes - Protect From Eye Strain
45:08 = Plasma 5.17 Beta Out for Testing
49:39 = Humble Bundles Games & Books
53:51 = Outro
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have probably the most controversial episodes we have ever done for this show but before we get to all of that, we're going to cover some exciting news like a new version of OBS Studio with release of OBS 24. Pine64 announces they are working a Smartwatch called the PineTime. A new update to the Enlightenment window environment with the release of E23. We got some new distro releases from Kali Linux, BlackArch and Linux From Scratch. Later in the show, we'll get into the controversial topics like Richard Stallman resigning from FSF. A discussion on Twitter and the DLN Forum about whether people think Microsoft is trustworthy or not and how could they become trustworthy. Huawei is now selling Linux Laptops with Deepin Linux pre-isntalled. A new GIMP forked project was announced called Glimpse. Purism says that the Librem 5 is meeting it's shipping date. And then we'll emerge from the controversial section to finish out the show with some Linux Gaming News. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl82
01:13 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
02:38 = OBS Studio 24.0
07:29 = PineTime: $25 Linux Smartwatch
09:44 = Enlightenment DR 0.23.0 Released
11:49 = BlackArch 2019.09.01 & Kali Linux 2019.3
14:04 = Linux From Scratch 9.0 Released
16:26 = Housekeeping
21:18 = Is Microsoft Trustworthy?
26:19 = Huawei is Now Selling Linux Laptops
28:38 = Richard Stallman Resigns from FSF ( RMS links available at https://tuxdigital.com/twinl82 )
33:31 = GIMP Has Been Forked, Meet Glimpse
38:56 = Purism is Shipping the "Librem 5"
46:25 = Valve Released 3 More Steam La..
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got the 5.3 release of the Linux Kernel. GNOME recently released their latest version of the GNOME Shell with GNOME 3.34. Manjaro is leveling up by creating a new business around their distro. Speaking of new businesses, the Destination Linux Network is now live and I will give you some insight as to what this means and a bit more details as to why it was made. The open source voice communication app, Mumble, has released their first major version update in 10 Years. The messaging app, Telegram also released an update adding scheduling, reminders & more. Firefox 69.0 has been released bringing a suite of new privacy and security protections. We'll finish out the show this week with some new Humble Bundles that I am certainly picking up after this episode. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl81
01:05 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
02:13 = Linux 5.3 Kernel Released
04:53 = GNOME 3.34 Released
06:46 = Manjaro Levels Up as a Linux Distro
10:20 = Destination Linux Network!
18:19 = Housekeeping
22:16 = Mumble: First Major Update in 10 Years
26:54 = Telegram: Adds Scheduling, Reminders & more
29:13 = Firefox 69.0 Released
32:45 = Humble Bundles: Python Books, Games & more
We have a BIG Announcement coming and to celebrate the event, we are streaming the next Episode 139 LIVE! Join us here LIVE at 1PM Eastern (5pm UTC) on Sunday, September 15th to be one of the first to know the Awesome GNews!
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we've got a couple birthdays to celebrate with one being the Linux kernel itself and Valve's Steam Play (Proton) project. IBM announced some great news regarding their open source efforts (POWER), UBports announced OTA-10 of Ubuntu Touch, the Pinebook Pro public preorders have arrived, DELL announced their new Linux powered XPS Laptop, and NVidia has some new Beta Drivers that seem very promising. Then we'll check out some App News with a new AMD GPU Settings tool (CoreCtrl), an APK Downloader for Linux (Racoon), and a slick way to create your own Electron desktop apps (Nativefier). Later in the show, we've got some new distro releases from Netrunner and EasyOS. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl80
00:58 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
02:04 = Happy Birthday: Linux & Proton
07:03 = Ubuntu Touch OTA-10 Released
13:00 = $199 Pinebook Pro Public Pre-Order
19:45 = IBM Open-Sources POWER ISA!
22:48 = NVIDIA 435.17 Beta: Vulkan + OpenGL PRIME
25:12 = Housekeeping: Audio Feed, Segment Index, Patreon/Sponsus, Linux is Everywhere, Destination Linux
29:16 = CoreCtrl: Radeon Settings Alternative
31:49 = Raccoon: APK Downloader for Linux
33:20 = Nativefier v7.7.0
35:12 = Dell XPS 7390 Developer Edition
37:16 = Netrunner 19.08 Released
42:39 = EasyOS 2.1 Released
45:00 = Outro
On this episode of This Week in Linux, KDE announced their latest big release of their Application Suite with dozens of new app updates. We got some Distro news to talk about with KNOPPIX, Slackware, EndeavourOS and Neptune Linux. System76 announced some really cool news with their new Graphical Firmware Manager tool. We'll talk about the CutiePim, an open source tablet project. Later in the show, we'll check out some new Humble Bundles for games and some python programming books. Then we'll take a look at a newish media player called Celluloid and we've got some more follow up news for Huawei. and then we'll finish up the show with some Linux Gaming news for Flycast, a Dreamcast Emulator, and some updates for Google Stadia. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl79
00:59 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:46 = KDE Applications 19.08 Released
06:11 = System76's Graphical Firmware Manager
09:51 = KNOPPIX 8.6 Released
14:40 = CutiePi Open Source Tablet
16:54 = Huawei HarmonyOS & Open Source Foundation
19:53 = Housekeeping (Telegram, Discord, MP3 Version, Patrons, Destination Linux)
24:48 = Endeavour 2019.08.17 Released
27:40 = Neptune 6.0 Released
28:49 = Slackware Creates a Patreon
31:33 = Celluloid 0.17 Released
33:07 = Python Programming & Jackbox Party Humble Bundles
34:55 = Flycast: Dreamcast Emulator
37:50 = Google Stadia Updates
41:30 = Outro
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got a lot of Big Releases from Xfce, FFmpeg and LibreOffice. Nvidia announced something we never expected them to, they have actually started releasing documentation related to their hardware. There were some reports for a Zero-Day Exploit concerning KDE so we'll take a look at that. In Distro News, Voyager Linux released a new version and we got some interesting news from Ubuntu regarding their usage of ZFS. In the Sad News, The Linux Journal announced they will be shutting their doors again. Later in the show, we'll check out the new operating system from Huawei, AMD Firmware Updates are rolling out for Linux support and we'll take a look at an app to display your Android phone on your desktop, scrcpy. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl78
00:58 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:47 = Xfce 4.14 Released
05:58 = FFmpeg 4.2 "Ada" Released
11:43 = Linux Journal Shuts Down, Again
17:22 = KDE's Overblown Zero-Day Exploit
25:16 = LibreOffice 6.3 Released
26:59 = AMD Ryzen 3000 BIOS Updates Arrived
29:17 = NVIDIA Releases GPU Docs on GitHub
34:10 = Join the Telegram Groups & Discord Servers
36:06 = Voyager Live 10 Released
39:07 = ZFS support on Ubuntu 19.10
42:10 = scrcpy v1.10 Released
43:59 = Huawei Releases New OpenSource OS
49:34 = Coding & App Development by Packt
51:01 = Outro
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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a jam pack show for you with a huge release from Blender of .Blender 2.80. Linux Mint has released their latest version of 19.2 and System76 announced a brand new laptop. We'll also check out some Linux Kernel news because Valve is proposing some new game-friendly changes and there's some news regarding Floppy Drives of all things. We got some more exciting news from Valve as they teamed up with Collabora to develop a project to bring the Linux Desktop into the Virtual Reality space. Purism announced the final specs for the Librem 5, Manjaro made some waves this week and Latte Dock has released their latest version of 0.9. Later in the show, we'll check out some more Linux Gaming news regarding the Official Valve Steam Play Whitelist. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews.
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl77
00:57 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:44 = Blender 2.80 Released
06:19 = Linux Mint 19.2 “Tina” Released
08:57 = Linux Waves Goodbye to Floppy Drives
10:46 = Valve Wants Game-Friendly Kernel Changes
13:20 = The VR Linux Desktop Is On Its Way
16:49 = Become a Patron of TuxDigital
18:35 = System76 Adder WS 4K Linux Laptop
21:36 = Librem 5 Smartphone Final Specs
33:40 = Manjaro: Snaps and FreeOffice
39:50 = Latte Dock 0.9 Released
42:44 = More Games to Valve's Proton Whitelist
45:35 = Outro
This is a pronunciation guide for the Linux-based corporation SUSE and their related operating systems.
SUSE, Yes Please! - Parody Music Video
Let’s face it, there are some Linux related projects that have interesting names and many of them are hard to pronounce at first glance. This series provides a definitive source for How To Pronounce the names of these projects.
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/2019/08/how-to-pronounce-suse
00:08 = Pronunciation
00:14 = Brief History of SUSE
00:30 = Meaning of Original Acronym
00:44 = Acronym vs Initialism
01:26 = SUSE relation to openSUSE
01:44 = Why I Made This Series
02:25 = SUSE, Yes Please Parody Outro
SUSE graciously granted permission to TuxDigital for usage of the SUSE, Yes Please music video in the outro.
On this episode of This Week in Linux, the Pinebook Pro is now available for Pre-Orders and a Critical Security Bug reported for VLC but that was quickly debunked so we'll talk about the details for that. In App News, we got a couple new apps to check out. A command-line cheatsheet app called Cheat.sh and a live video mixer tool called Nageru. We've got a lot of Distro News this week from Fedora, SUSE, Mageia and we also got news from ArcoLinux, Sparky and Slackel. Later in the show, we'll take a look at the new version of Coreboot and some Linux Gaming News with RetroArch and a new Humble Bundle that gave me some interesting perspective regarding various bundles. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl76
00:51 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:37 = Destination Linux
02:50 = Pinebook Pro Available for Pre-Orders
07:39 = 'Critical' VLC Security Bug Debunked
14:03 = Cheat.sh: Command Line Cheat Sheets
16:24 = Nageru 1.9.0 Released
18:50 = Introducing Fedora CoreOS
21:24 = SUSE Names New CEO
23:41 = Mageia 7.1: AMD Ryzen 3000 Support
25:10 = Become a Patron of TuxDigital
27:12 = ArcoLinux 19.07.11 Released
29:46 = Sparky Linux 5.8 Released
32:32 = Slackel 7.2 Openbox Released
35:16 = Coreboot 4.10 Released
36:38 = RetroArch Is Heading To Steam
39:11 = Humble Hooked on Multiplayer Bundle
44:09 = Outro
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we've got a lot of Distro News with the first stable release of EndeavourOS, and we've also got new releases from Proxmox, deepin and FerenOS. Dropbox has decided to revert their weird decision of blocking various Linux Filesystems so we'll talk about that. We've got some App News with KDE Connect now being available for macOS and a new release for the Foliate, ebook reader. Later in the show, we'll cover some Linux Security news regarding a recently found piece of malware targeting the Linux Desktop. Then we'll round out the show with some Linux Gaming news from Epic Games, Valve, Google Stadia and a new Humble Bundle. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl75
00:48 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:33 = EndeavourOS First Stable Release
07:47 = Proxmox 6.0 Released
09:23 = deepin 15.11 Released
13:38 = Feren OS 2019.07 Released
17:09 = Dropbox Brings Back Filesystems Support
19:11 = Maestral: Open Source Dropbox Client
21:08 = KDE Connect Now Available for macOS
24:53 = Become a Patron of TuxDigital
26:58 = Foliate Ebook Reader
28:41 = EvilGnome Malware
33:38 = Steam Sale for Apollo 11 50th Anniversary
35:05 = Updates on Google Stadia
38:53 = Epic Games' Tim Sweeney Talks More Linux
46:12 = Epic Games $1.2m MegaGrant to Blender
47:49 = Humble Very Positive Bundle
49:27 = Outro
On this episode of This Week in Linux, AMD releases BIOS fix for the Linux booting issue, IBM closes on the landmark acquisition of Red Hat,
and Ubuntu announces that Ubuntu LTS users will be getting the latest nvidia drivers much more easily. In App News, Mozilla releases Firefox 68 and Mozilla responds to some weird news around an organization calling them an "Internet Villain". Also in App News, we'll take a look at some news regarding GNOME Software possibly dropping support for Snaps, and new releases from Syncthing (Dropbox replacement) & Kdenlive (video editor). Later in the show we'll check out some Hardware News for the new Pi-top 4 and do some follow ups on topics we discussed in previous episodes including one topic where I need to make a correction to a mistake I made regarding IDE in the 5.2 Linux kernel. Then we'll round out the show with some Linux Gaming news! All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl74
01:03 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:52 = IBM Closes Landmark Acquisition of Red Hat
05:55 = Ubuntu LTS to Get Latest Nvidia Drivers
09:33 = Firefox 68 ESR Released
12:36 = UK ISPs Claim Mozilla as "Internet Villain”
17:12 = GNOME Software Might Drop Snap Support
22:41 = Kdenlive Video Editor 19.04.3 Released
26:05 = Become a Patron on Patreon or Sponsus
27:59 = Syncthing 1.2.0 Released
31:55 = Pi-top: Raspberry Pi 4 mini-PC
36:34 = Microsoft Admitted To Private Distro List
41:47 = HongmengOS: Huawei's Android Alternative
44:22 = Valve Launches "Steam Labs"
47:20 = Humble Book Bundle & Humble Sale
49:08 = Linux 5.2 Correction Regarding IDE
51:21 = Outro
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got a LOT of big news from the Linux Kernel, Debian, GRUB, openSUSE's Open Build Service, Mageia, Whonix, Linux Mint and more. We'll also check out some hardware news regarding a portable monitor, some new hardware from NVidia and some new hardware from AMD. Speaking of AMD, Valve announced some exciting news for AMD gamers by improving Vulkan Shaders. We'll also take a look at a new GNOME Shell replacement called Material Shell that has a lot of potential. We've got some anniversaries to celebrate for ZorinOS and GamingonLinux. T.hen we'll round out the show with more Linux Gaming news featuring Rocket Leage. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews.
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl73
00:52 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:41 = Linux Kernel 5.2 Released
05:03 = Debian 10 "Buster" Released
08:45 = Pinebook Pro July News: Preorder Date
14:05 = Open Build Service 2.10 Released
17:19 = GRUB 2.04 Released
18:49 = Linux Mint 20.x Drops 32-bit Releases
21:28 = Mageia 7 Released
24:23 = Become a Patron of TuxDigital/This Week in Linux
25:57 = Whonix 15 Released
27:23 = 10 Years of Zorin & GamingOnLinux.com
29:33 = Valve Asking For Testing New Mesa Shader Compiler
33:41 = Material Shell: Tiling GNOME Shell Extension
35:17 = Odake BladeX: 4K 15.6-inch Portable Monitor
37:41 = NVIDIA's New GeForce RTX "SUPER" Series
40:40 = AMD Radeon Pro WX 3200 = $199 USD
42:01 = Rocket League Turns 4, Introduces Spike Rush Game Mode
46:12 = Outro
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a massive show for you with a ton of great news! The Raspberry Pi 4 has arrived! Ubuntu Reverts their decision on 32-bit Packages, Valve. issues an Official Statement About their plans for Future Linux Support to reiterate their commitment. Valve also launched the highly anticipated and wallet frightening Steam Summer Sale. Mozilla announced a big update for their Android browser offerings with the new Firefox Preview. Mozilla also announced a new way to combat advertising trackers called, "track THIS"! Just in time for the Raspberry Pi 4, Kodi "Leia" 18.3 was Released this week. I recently was acquainted with some really cool projects called Drawpile for online collaborative drawing and RPCS3, a Linux emulator for the PlayStation 3. There's also some potentially weird stuff that Microsoft is doing but let's focus on the positive with a new central location for blogs from Linux Kernel Developers and a new Humble Bundle. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl72
01:16 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
02:05 = Raspberry Pi 4 is Here!
08:02 = Introducing people.kernel.org
10:20 = Ubuntu Reverts Decision on 32-bit Packages
27:12 = Valve's Official Statement About Future Linux Support
32:28 = Steam Summer Sale
34:46 = Firefox Preview for Android
36:45 = Hey Advertisers, "track THIS"!
38:22 = Become a Patron on Patreon or Sponsus
40:11 = Kodi "Leia" 18.3 Released
41:28 = Drawpile 2.1.11 Released
43:40 = Microsoft Seeks To Join Linux-Distros Mailing List
48:52 = Red Hat Expecting X.Org Maintenance Mode Fairly Quickly?
53:28 = RPCS3 - Playstati..
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a BIG announcement from Ubuntu to talk about that is bound to be polarizing. We're also going to cover some other Distro News from OpenMandriva, Alpine Linux, openSUSE, EndeavourOS, and Regolith Linux. Then we're going to check out some Hardware News from Pine64 for the Pinebook Pro and Slimbook's new All in One PC. Later in the show we'll take a look at some news from CERN, Netflix, Huawei, Mattermost, Wayfire (Wayland compositor), and more! All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Update: Ubuntu has announced that they will be reverting this decision to at least consider maintaining the baselibs as discussed in this episode. This is great news in general though a bit unfortunate for the timing of this episode because now it is slightly out of date by like an hour or something :) I am very happy that Ubuntu listened to the community on this topic though.
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl71
00:44 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:39 = Ubuntu 19.10 To Drop 32-bit x86 Packages
18:12 = OpenMandriva Lx 4.0 Released
20:06 = Alpine Linux 3.10.0 Released
21:40 = openSUSE Considers Rebranding the Project
25:50 = Become a Patron on Patreon or Sponsus
28:33 = EndeavourOS Wants To Be Antergos' Successor
34:49 = Regolith Linux = i3 + Ubuntu
36:59 = Pinebook Pro Gets Keyboard & Bluetooth Spec Bumps
39:23 = Slimbook’s New All-in-One Linux PC
42:59 = Mattermost Gets $50M Funding (Slack Alternative)
47:03 = Wayfire Brings Compiz to Wayland
49:23 = CERN Leaves Microsoft Behind For Open-Source Software
51:46 = Netflix..
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we've got a jam packed episode with new releases of applications and distros, new hardware, new games coming, and so much more. KDE announced the release of Plasma 5.16. AMD wasn't finished yet, they announced new CPUs and GPU hardware at Computex. Matrix.org announced the milestone release of Matrix 1.0 and the Matrix.org Foundation. We also saw some releases from OBS, PeerTube, LMMS, and more. In Distro News, we'll check out Crux, Endless OS and Enso OS. We got some interesting news from the Pine64 team about the PinePhone and then we'll round out the show with some Linux Gaming News from Steam, Atari and a skateboarding birds game on Kickstarter. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl70
00:01:00 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
00:01:49 = KDE Plasma 5.16 Released
00:06:48 = Firefox Premium, Tracker Blocking & More!
00:13:48 = AMD Announces New CPU/GPU at Computex 2019
00:25:54 = Matrix 1.0 & Matrix.org Foundation
00:32:02 = OBS Studio 23.2 Released
00:36:12 = PeerTube v1.3.0 Released
00:39:02 = LMMS 1.2.0 Released
00:41:36 = PinePhone Update (Linux Smartphone)
00:45:18 = CRUX 3.5 Released
00:47:03 = Endless OS 3.6 Released
00:50:37 = Enso OS 0.3.1 Released
00:53:33 = Steam is Getting a Major Redesign
00:55:16 = Atari VCS: Shipping in March 2020
00:58:16 = SkateBIRD: Successfully Funded on Kickstarter
01:01:07 = Outro
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a LOT of new releases to talk about from applications to distros and even some hardware news. GParted has finally reached the 1.0 milestone, Krita 4.2 & Zorin OS 15 were released this week, and some Security News was released regarding the HiddenWasp Malware so we'll talk about all of that. In Hardware news, AMD announced their new Ryzen 3000 series CPU and we also got some product updates from System76 & Dell. In Window Manager News, we got some updates from HerbsluftWM and IceWM. Later in the show, we'll discuss some Linux Gaming News as Google announces news for Google Stadia, Unity Tech announces that the Unity Editor is now available for Linux and we'll take a look at an open source handheld console called the PyGamer. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl69
01:01 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:48 = SouthEast LinuxFest (SELF)
05:34 = GParted 1.0 Released
08:03 = AMD Announces Ryzen 3000 Series
11:47 = Google Stadia Pricing & Structure Revealed
16:29 = Zorin OS 15 Released
20:53 = Krita 4.2 Released
22:23 = HerbsluftWM v0.7.2 Released
25:05 = IceWM 1.5.5 Released
27:01 = Snap Store is Available as a Snap
28:05 = DistroWatch 18 Years & Phoronix 15 Years
28:55 = HiddenWasp Malware Stings
31:37 = System76 New Gazelle & Dell's Linux Laptops
34:25 = PyGamer open source handheld console
35:52 = Unity Tech Announces Unity Editor For Linux
36:39 = Outro
Here are 7 Reasons why Firefox is my favorite web browser to use. This is an opinion video and I don't expect everyone agree with me but these are some of the reasons that I prefer to use Firefox over any other browser. There are many other reasons but I had to draw a line somewhere. :D
If you would like more content like this from me then please leave a comment below and let me know what you think of the reasons I've provided as well.
Show Notes and Links:
== Segment Index ==
00:46 = Open Source & Free Software
01:39 = Firefox Cares About the User Experience
07:51 = Firefox Uses Less Memory/Resources Than Chrome/ium
09:29 = Firefox Sync / Firefox Accounts (plus the other Firefox Services)
14:17 = Firefox Color (Easy UI Customization)
16:09 = Firefox’s Bookmarks System (Keyword Bookmarks & Bookmark Searching)
25:32 = Multi-Account Containers (Container Tabs)
#Firefox #WebBrowser #Linux
Created 1 year, 2 months ago.
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