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Lubuntu 18.10: See What's New (Spoiler: LXQt, Calamares & more)
 
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Official Release Announcement: https://lubuntu.me/cosmic-released/ This is the promo video I made for the Lubuntu project so if you'd like to share the video please feel free to do so. If you are writing an article about the release then you are welcomed and encouraged to embed it. Note: this video is a "what's new" and promo video, not a review.
Views: 70264 TuxDigital
Kubuntu 18.04 LTS Release Video
 
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This is the official Kubuntu 18.04 announcement video that I made as a contribution to the Kubuntu project. Kubuntu 18.04 Announcement blog post: http://tuxdigital.com/go/kubuntu-18-04-release-announcement If you'd like more Kubuntu or Linux related content, be sure to subscribe to the channel and check out the website at TuxDigital.com Donation/Contribute Options: Kubuntu = https://kubuntu.org/contribute-to-kubuntu KDE = https://www.kde.org/donate TuxDigital = http://tuxdigital.com/contribute Music: www.bensound.com
Views: 279213 TuxDigital
KDE Plasma 5.12 LTS (by TuxDigital)
 
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Official Version: https://youtu.be/xha6DJ_v1E4 KDE.org News: https://www.reddit.com/r/kde/comments/7vnxhc/plasma_512_is_out_and_it_is_faster_stabler_and/ This is the Plasma 5.12 promo video that I made for the KDE Community. I am uploading it here to help promote the release but if you'd like to share this video please share the original video linked above. PS. I'm back. :)
Views: 5934 TuxDigital
Ubuntu 18.04 Should Use KDE Plasma - Part 2
 
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Part 1: https://youtu.be/F1i7jAtHcw4 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tuxdigital This is a follow up to my video about "Why Ubuntu 18.04 Should Use KDE Plasma Instead of GNOME". In this video, I'm going to address a few items I forgot to mention, correct a mistake from the previous video as well as respond to viewer feedback. # Other TuxDigital Links: http://tuxdigital.com http://twitter.com/TuxDigitalcom ------ http://michaeltunnell.com http://twitter.com/michaeltunnell http://visuex.com --------------------- KDE Connect Article - http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/kde-connect-sync-android-linux/ Plasma Mobile - https://plasma-mobile.org/ --------------------- __Segment Index__ Main Follow Up Topics 00:21 - KDE Connect 01:49 - Plasma Mobile 02:12 - Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) 02:57 - Ubuntu TV 03:24 - Active Window Control correction ------- 04:03 - Viewer Feedback 04:30 - Kubuntu is already a thing 05:18 - Plasma offers too much Customization 06:13 - "KDE is Bloated" 07:14 - Features could be created in GNOME 08:11 - GNOME and Unity share application stack 08:46 - DE Option at install 09:15 - Panel Resizing and Panel Gap Issue ------- 10:14 - Closing Comments ------- 10:54 - End Screen
Views: 24380 TuxDigital
Horizontal/Bottom Launcher Coming to Ubuntu 16.04
 
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This is a demonstration and tutorial video for the upcoming Horizontal/Bottom Launcher feature which will be available in Ubuntu 16.04. Command to enable: gsettings set com.canonical.Unity.Launcher launcher-position Bottom Video Related Links: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+MarcoTrevisan/posts/X46usgf7gSk https://answers.launchpad.net/unity-tweak-tool/+question/288576 My Links: http://tuxdigital.com http://twitter.com/TuxDigitalcom ------ http://michaeltunnell.com http://twitter.com/MichaelTunnell http://visuex.com
Views: 10182 TuxDigital
Simplify Your Command-Line with APT instead of apt-get
 
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This is a explanation and demonstration video of the "apt" command which allows you to simplify command-line based package management on Debian/Ubuntu systems. You don't need to remember the different tools to run for searching, installing, removing, etc. because it can now be done in "apt". HowToGeek.com Article: http://www.howtogeek.com/234583/simplify-command-line-package-management-with-apt-instead-of-apt-get/ __Segment Index__ ------- APT Intro - 0:40 Happy Birthday APT Command - 1:30 Dispersed Documentation Hell - 1:57 APT Command Tutorial - 4:46 Linux Mint Differences - 7:13 Outro - 8:25 --------------------- Related Links: https://debian.org/ http://metadata.ftp-master.debian.org/changelogs/main/a/apt/apt_1.2.9_changelog http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/en/man8/apt.8.html http://ugetdm.com My Links: http://tuxdigital.com http://twitter.com/TuxDigitalcom ------ http://michaeltunnell.com http://twitter.com/michaeltunnell http://visuex.com
Views: 7548 TuxDigital
Michael Interviewed on KNOX 107.9 FM about Linux & Linux User Groups
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere I was recently interviewed on a terrestrial radio show about Linux and Linux User Groups. This interview was pretty fun because it was the first time I had ever been on a radio station outside of podcasting so that is pretty cool. The host also unknowningly gave me an opening to point out that Windows is a Virus so of course I did that. (lol) Please, let me know what you think of this in a comment below. If you want to check out KNOX, you can do so at http://knoxradio.com/ If you want to have me as a guest on your show, then get in touch at https://tuxdigital.com/contact/ more TuxDigital links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://tuxdigital.com/affiliates - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com #Linux #Radio #Interview
Views: 1342 TuxDigital
Ubuntu Snappy and Snap Packages | Linux Explained
 
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Ubuntu 16.04 was released a couple months ago and with it came a lot of interesting changes. The most interesting change for me though, is the introduction of Ubuntu Snappy on the desktop. In this video, I'm going to answer the questions "what is Ubuntu Snappy?" and "what are Snaps?". This is Linux Explained. Related Links and Sources: Snapcraft - http://snapcraft.io/ Snappy Ubuntu Core - https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/snappy/ Apps to Snaps - http://insights.ubuntu.com/2016/06/01/apps-to-snaps/ Universal “snap” packages launch on multiple Linux distros - https://insights.ubuntu.com/2016/06/14/universal-snap-packages-launch-on-multiple-linux-distros/ Dustin's Tutorial - http://blog.dustinkirkland.com/2016/06/howto-host-your-own-snap-store.html SnapStore - https://github.com/noise/snapstore/ OpenStore - https://open.uappexplorer.com/app/openstore.openstore-team My HowToGeek article about Ubuntu 16.04 - http://www.howtogeek.com/251647/ubuntu-16.04-makes-ubuntu-exciting-again/ My Links: http://tuxdigital.com http://twitter.com/TuxDigitalcom ------ http://michaeltunnell.com http://twitter.com/michaeltunnell http://visuex.com --------------------- __Segment Index__ 00:40 - No Opinions Disclaimer 01:14 - Brief Description of Snaps 01:57 - Snappy = Informal Name 02:13 - Ubuntu Core 02:29 - Snappy Ubuntu Core 02:37 - Snappy on Ubuntu Desktop 02:48 - Snappy Summary ------- # User Benefits 03:49 - Cross-Distro Compatibility 04:13 - Alleviates Distro Version Fragmentation 04:56 - Get the Latest Updates from Developers 05:21 - Robust Update Process with Rollback 05:49 - Read-Only SquashFS System-Images 06:00 - Snaps have App Isolation 06:18 - Multiple Versions Installed Side-by-Side ------- # App Developer Benefits 06:39 - Cross-Distro Compatibility 06:56 - Developer Control of Application Updates 07:31 - User-selectable Channels/Branches for Updates ------- # Distribution Benefits 08:03 - Focus on Distro Development ------- # Frequently Asked Questions 08:34 - Do snaps replace Debian packages? 09:23 - Will the same Snap work across multiple distros that implement Snappy? 09:33 - Which distros can I use Snaps on? 09:52 - Are Snaps completely isolated or will it support Shared Libraries? 10:24 - Are Third-Party Snap Repos or Stores possible? 10:56 - Are snaps related to Ubuntu Phone's clicks? 11:10 - What happens if I install a DEB and a SNAP of the same application? 11:23 - Can Snaps be installed without the use of a Repo or Store? 11:40 - Is it possible for multiple developers, like a team, to manage the same Snap? 11:57 - How is namespace handled with Snaps? Are snap name conflicts possible? 12:42 - How do Snaps handle systems with multiple users using the same Snap? ------- 13:01 - Outro --------------------- Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Views: 25787 TuxDigital
How To Use a Global Dark Theme in KDE Plasma 5 (Breeze-Dark)
 
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This tutorial shows how to transition from the bright KDE Plasma 5 default Breeze theme into the darker theme called Breeze-Dark. This video utilizes Kubuntu 16.04 and KDE Plasma 5.5.4. Related Links: http://kde.org http://kubuntu.org My Links: http://tuxdigital.com http://twitter.com/TuxDigitalcom ----- http://michaeltunnell.com http://twitter.com/MichaelTunnell http://visuex.com
Views: 21615 TuxDigital
Plasma 5 Application Widgets and Managing Your Applications with KDE Menu Edit
 
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This is a walkthrough of the various application launching widgets for KDE Plasma 5 desktop and a tutorial for how to manage your applications with KDE Menu Edit. __Software Used__ KDE Plasma 5.5 in Kubuntu 16.04 (beta pre-release) Xonotic 0.8.1 __Segment Index__ Breakdown List - 0:19 ------- Fix KDE's Bad Defaults - 1:22 * Change the App Launcher to display Names instead of Descriptions - 1:39 * Change default menu shortcut from Alt+F1 to Logo+Space - 2:49 * Bouncing Icon Launch Feedback - 3:49 (aka Jack Russell Terrior Icons) ------- Explore Launch Variants - 4:36 * Application Launcher - 4:50 * Application Menu - 6:07 * Application Dashboard - 7:04 * Desktop Mouse Action Menu - 8:14 * - Middle Mouse Button Sticky Notes - 8:46 * - Desktop Toolbox Tangent - 10:00 * KRunner - 10:59 ------- KDE Menu Edit - 12:56 * Overview - 13:20 * Edit Existing Item - 16:08 * Create Entry for Xonotic - 16:39 ------- Outro - 19:46 Offer to Play Xonotic - 20:10 --------------------- Related Links: https://kde.org/ http://kubuntu.com/ https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=356800 http://xonotic.org My Links: http://tuxdigital.com http://twitter.com/TuxDigitalcom ------ http://michaeltunnell.com http://twitter.com/michaeltunnell http://visuex.com
Views: 20687 TuxDigital
Ubuntu MATE Interface Switcher Walkthrough plus What's New for 16.04
 
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This is an in-depth look at the Interface Switcher portion of the MATE Tweak tool. In this video, I demonstrate all of the cool features of the Interface Switcher as well as preview everything new coming in Ubuntu MATE 16.04 ** Segment Index ** Icons - 1:20 Context Menus - 1:53 Toolbars - 2:17 ---------- - Panel Features - Keyboard LEDs - 2:54 App Indicators - 3:29 Advanced Menu - 4:17 (MATE Menu) Launcher - 6:02 (Synapse) ---------- - Panel Layouts - 8:28 Redmond - 8:48 (Windows paradigm) Cupertino - 9:34 (OS X / Mac paradigm) Ubuntu MATE - 10:03 (as well as GNOME 2 and Fedora) openSUSE - 10:54 (this is where I bash the gnome-main-menu applet) Netbook - 13:10 Mutiny - 13:36 (Ubuntu Unity paradigm) Custom Layouts - 14:33 (Create and save your own layouts) Related Links: http://ubuntu-mate.org https://launchpad.net/synapse-project My Links: http://tuxdigital.com http://twitter.com/TuxDigitalcom ------ http://michaeltunnell.com http://twitter.com/michaeltunnell http://visuex.com
Views: 11303 TuxDigital
Why Ubuntu 18.04 Should Use KDE Plasma Instead of GNOME
 
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http://tuxdigital.com/shirt || http://tuxdigital.com/patreon I think it was a mistake for Canonical to have chosen GNOME rather than KDE Plasma and in this video I explain why. Essentially it boils down to the fact that the vast majority of features in Ubuntu's Unity are already available in KDE Plasma, most of which are available by default. Canonical could maintain the switch to Qt that Unity 8 started, maintain the design vision that Mark Shuttleworth wanted all the while not having to hack on the code of the KDE Plasma desktop environment much and in some cases at all. TuxDigital Links: - http://tuxdigital.com - http://tuxdigital.com/patreon - http://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com --------------------- AppMenu Runner (HUD): http://afiestas.org/appmenu-runner-meet-the-kde-hud/ Popup Launcher: https://store.kde.org/content/show.php?content=175769 Plasma Theme: https://store.kde.org/content/show.php/Unity+Ambiance?content=159937 --------------------- __Segment Index__ 00:15 - Why Ubuntu Should Use KDE Plasma ------- Unity Features in Plasma 01:03 - Unity Launcher 02:35 - Global Menu 03:18 - Left Window Controls 03:52 - Super Number Launching 04:23 - Top Right Indicators 04:33 - Sound Menu Applet 04:52 - System Menu 05:15 - Merge Panel/Titlebar on Maximize 05:51 - KWin No Borders is Awesome 06:13 - Recent Files in Dash 06:33 - Jumplists 06:41 - Alt+Tab Application Switching 07:08 - Workspace Switcher 07:28 - HUD (Heads Up Display) 09:26 - Prototype Unity in Plasma Package ------- 10:28 - End Screen
Views: 203517 TuxDigital
GParted 1.0, AMD Ryzen 3000, Zorin OS, Krita, HiddenWasp, Google Stadia | This Week in Linux 69
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux 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! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: 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
Views: 4149 TuxDigital
Manage Your Apps & Jumplists on GTK-based Linux Distros with MenuLibre
 
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In this video, I show how to manage your applications and app Jumplists on GTK based Linux Distros using a great menu editor called MenuLibre. Related Links: https://smdavis.us/projects/menulibre/ https://launchpad.net/menulibre http://xonotic.org https://specifications.freedesktop.org/desktop-entry-spec/latest/ar01s07.html (DBUS Link) KMenuEdit: https://youtu.be/4E1uePkqwrE?t=12m58s Xonotic Details: https://youtu.be/4E1uePkqwrE?t=16m48s My Links: http://tuxdigital.com http://twitter.com/TuxDigitalcom ------ http://michaeltunnell.com http://twitter.com/michaeltunnell http://visuex.com --------------------- __Segment Index__ 0:20 - Breakdown List ---------- 1:39 - Available Menu Editors 1:44 - Overview 1:54 - KMenuEdit ---------- 2:24 - MenuLibre Walkthrough 2:41 - MenuLibre Credits 3:15 - UI Overview 3:58 - Headerbar 4:27 - Navigation Column 4:32 - Editing Column 4:43 - Item Details 5:41 - Item Options 6:15 - Tabs Overview 6:41 - Location of .desktop files 7:16 - Categories Tab 8:21 - Advanced Tab ---------- 9:50 - New Entry for Xonotic ---------- 12:35 - Editing Jumplists 12:43 - Unity Jumplists 12:50 - Finding Available Actions via Terminal 13:24 - Create New Action 13:40 - Updating Active Jumplists 14:48 - Unity Restarting Process 15:57 - GNOME Shell Restarting Process ---------- 16:33 - Outro
Views: 1883 TuxDigital
7 Reasons Why Firefox Is My Favorite Web Browser
 
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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: https://tuxdigital.com/2019/06/7-reasons-why-firefox-is-my-favorite-web-browser == 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
Views: 14256 TuxDigital
Zombieload, Nextcloud, Peppermint 10, KDE Plasma, IPFire, ArcoLinux, LuneOS | This Week in Linux 67
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux, we'll check out some Distro News from Peppermint OS, ArcoLinux, LuneOS & IPFire. We got a couple apps to talking about like Nextclou0...d and a new Wallpaper tool that has quite a bit of potential. We'll take a look at what is to come with the next version of KDE Plasma. Intel users have gotten some more bad news regarding a new security vulnerability. Later in the show, we'll cover some interesting information regarding a couple governments saving money by switching to Linux. Then finally we'll check out some Linux Gaming News. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux GNews! Contribute to TuxDigital & This Week in Linux: - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://tuxdigital.com/patreon - https://tuxdigital.com/sponsus Other Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl67 00:44 = SouthEast LinuxFest Announcement 02:22 = Zombieload / MDS Vulnerabilities 06:48 = Nextcloud 16 Released 08:54 = Peppermint 10 Released 12:02 = KDE Plasma 5.16 Beta Released 15:53 = IPFire Version 2.23 Core Update 131 17:31 = ArcoLinux 19.05.2 Released 20:35 = Indian State Saves $400 Million w/ Linux 22:53 = South Korea Planning Linux Migration 24:41 = Superpaper v1.1.1 Released 27:23 = LuneOS running on the Pinephone devkit 30:45 = Valve: SteamOS, Steam Client Beta, Proton 34:01 = Sony & Microsoft to Explore Collaboration 37:26 = id Software Going All-In with Vulkan 41:33 = Outro
Views: 4537 TuxDigital
Linux 5.1, Red Hat's RHEL 8, Ubuntu Touch, GCC, App Store, Alpine, WSL2 | This Week in Linux 66
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/sponsus || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux, we've got a lot of big news to cover like the release of Linux 5.1, the new version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Microsoft announcing the Linux Kernel inside of Windows 10, Linux on Chromebooks, and more. We'll also check out the latest release from Ubuntu Touch, the latest GCC compiler and KDE's new Wallpaper Competition. Then we'll check out some Distro News from Ubuntu, Alpine Linux and OpenIndiana. Later in the show we'll cover some App News for XMMPP, PDFs, Signage software and a new App Store. Then we'll round out the show with some Linux Gaming News. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux GNews! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://tuxdigital.com/sponsus - https://tuxdigital.com/patreon - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl66 00:55 = Sponsus 02:47 = Linux 5.1 Released 04:27 = Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Released 07:15 = Microsoft: Full Linux Kernel in Windows 10 12:02 = Ubuntu Touch OTA-9 Released (OTA-10 News) 14:30 = Alpine Linux Docker Image Vulnerability 17:26 = Ubuntu 19.10 "Eoan Ermine", Arrives October 17th 18:41 = New ‘Linux App Store’ Website 20:56 = GCC 9.1 Released 22:07 = Chromebook Linux News from Google I/O 24:02 = KDE's Plasma 5.16 Wallpaper Competition 25:54 = Kaidan (Jabber/XMPP Client) Joins KDE 27:27 = OpenIndiana 2019.04 Released 29:21 = PDF Arranger 1.2.0 Released 30:50 = LibreSignage v1.0.0 Released 32:10 = D9VK 0.10 Released 33:41 = Easy Anti-Cheat on Linux News 37:48 = BattlEye Working with Valve for Steam Play 39:11 = Outro #Linux #Gaming #RedHat Special thanks to Ryan (DasGeek) for helping out with this episode of TWinL. https://tuxdigital.com/dasgeek
Views: 6241 TuxDigital
Multibooting Made Easy with the FlexiDOCK by ICY DOCK (MB524SP-B) | Product Review
 
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This is a product review for the FlexiDOCK from ICY DOCK. The flexiDOCK MB524SP-B is a device that makes Multi-Booting very easy without having to deal with Bootloaders or Partitioning and so on. In this video, I discuss the Pros and Cons of this product as well as provide a demonstration of the multi-booting features of the flexiDOCK. Features & Specifications - Supports Up to 4 - 2.5” HDD/SSD drives - Power Buttons Per Drive - Supports SATA Hot-Swapping - Tray-less Design accepts bare drives without screws or holders - Fan included for hard-drives - Fits inside of 5.25” bays This product is also beneficial outside of multi-booting with Disk Cloning, Data Backup, & Data Transfer usage. Disclaimer: This video was NOT sponsored by ICY DOCK or anyone else. The opinion in this video is my own and is not influenced by anyone. This produce was sent to TuxDigital free of charge for the purpose of reviewing. I am under no obligation to provide a favourable review or endorse this product. I have full editorial control and there is no monetary compensation involved. Additionally, the "Where to Buy" links are affiliate links to Amazon which will benefit the TuxDigital channel financially if you were to purchase the product via those links. Where to buy?: (Amazon Affiliate Links) USA: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon Canda: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-ca UK: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-uk France: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-fr Germany: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-de Italy: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-it Spain: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-es How much does it cost? (as of 2018-10-09) USA = $51.99 Canda = CDN$ 94.04 UK = £54.30 France = EUR 52,01 Germany = EUR 55,98 Italy = EUR 55,50 Spain = EUR 55,51 ----------- Keep Up to Date with TuxDigital: https://tuxdigital.com/contact Support TuxDigital: - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Other TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/thisweekinlinux - https://michaeltunnell.com
Views: 2880 TuxDigital
GNOME 3.32, Solus 4, Sway 1.0, Ubuntu Touch, Firefox Send, Audacity, KNOPPIX | This Week in Linux 59
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, we'll talk about some big releases from the GNOME desktop environment, Sway window manager, distro releases from Solus, Lakka, KNOPPIX and UBports' Ubuntu Touch. I've got a couple of announcements for this show, TuxDigital and a Linux Conference I will be attenting so be sure to check out that segment. We'll also check out some new releases from Audacity, Mesa drivers, NetworkManager, TLP project and more. We'll also look at a new file sharing service provided by Mozilla. Then we'll discuss some news from the Linux Foundation, Debian and Humble Bundle. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux GNews. TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl59 00:52 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 01:55 = GNOME 3.32 released 07:36 = Sway 1.0 Released 10:17 = Solus 4 Fortitude Released 13:07 = Mozilla Announces Their Firefox Send Service 16:20 = Audacity 2.3.1 Released 19:10 = Ubuntu Touch OTA-8 Released 22:38 = SouthEast Linux Fest (SELF 2019) 24:12 = Lakka 2.2.2 Released 25:54 = KNOPPIX 8.5.0 Released 28:29 = Linux is Everywhere T-Shirt 28:57 = WireGuard in NetworkManager 30:50 = Fider v0.18 Released 33:41 = TLP 1.2 Released 36:06 = Mesa 19.0 Released 38:25 = Linux Foundation Announces CommunityBridge Platform 43:24 = Debian Package Maintainer Steps Down 46:04 = Skype for Web Supports Linux (sort of) 48:26 = Humble Bundle: Linux Games, Linux Books & More 50:47 = Outro
Views: 5539 TuxDigital
Ubuntu 19.04 & Flavours, KDE Apps, Pop!_OS, PinePhone, Librem 5, NVIDIA | This Week in Linux 64
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got a lot of releases week. Ubuntu and all of the Flavours have released 19.04 versions along with an interesting update from the Ubuntu derivative Pop!_OS. The KDE Community announced the availability of a bunch of new versions of various KDE Applications. We'll take a look at some other release and updates from OpenSSH, NVIDIA, PinePhone, Librem 5 and more. We'll also check out some great Linux Gaming deals for this week including a great new update of Valve's Steam Play. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux GNews. TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl64 00:50 = Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) Released 04:07 = Lubuntu 19.04 05:22 = Ubuntu Budgie 19.04 06:59 = Ubuntu Studio 19.04 09:14 = Kubuntu 19.04 10:51 = Xubuntu 19.04 13:33 = Ubuntu MATE 19.04 17:57 = Ubuntu Kylin 19.04 24:32 = KDE Applications 19.04 Released 28:03 = Pop!_OS 19.04 Released 30:41 = PinePhone & Librem 5 DevKit Updates 31:59 = translate-shell 0.9.6.10 Released 33:55 = OpenSSH 8.0 Released 36:02 = Spring: New Blender Short Film 37:45 = NVIDIA EGLStreams Merged into KWin 39:48 = MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 Now Open/Free 41:40 = Rocket League Update & Sale 44:55 = Witcher 3: Game of the Year = 70% OFF 46:47 = Big Update for Valve's Steam Play 50:40 = SuperTuxKart 1.0 Released
Views: 7619 TuxDigital
KDE Plasma 5.16, AMD Ryzen/Navi, Firefox Premium, Matrix 1.0, OBS, PinePhone | This Week in Linux 70
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux 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! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: 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
Views: 3617 TuxDigital
Linux 5.0, LineageOS 16.0, WINE, DXVK, OBS Studio, Linux From Scratch, Borg | This Week in Linux 57
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, every now and then we cover something from the project that this show gets its name from and this is one of those weeks so we'll discuss the release of Linux 5.0. Then we'll cover some other releases from LineageOS, NuTyX, Fatdog64, Linux from Scratch and some more core news with releases from the WINE and Vulkan projects. Later in the show, we'll check out some App News from OBS Studio, Headset Music Player, BorgBackup, a couple desktop weather apps, one with a GUI and the other for the terminal. All that and much more, this is your Weekly Source for Linux GNews! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl57 00:45 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 01:47 = Linux 5.0 Has Been Released 05:54 = LineageOS 16.0 Released 09:42 = WINE 4.3 Released 11:09 = DXVK 1.0 Released 12:52 = D9VK: Direct3D 9 Over Vulkan 14:15 = OBS Studio 23.0 Released 17:50 = Headset 2.1.2 Released 19:46 = Meteo Weather App 22:07 = Wttr.in Weather App 23:50 = Linux is Everywhere T-Shirt 24:19 = Linux From Scratch 8.4 Released 27:07 = NuTyX 10.6 Released 29:56 = Fatdog64 Linux 800 Released 32:11 = Mozilla's Common Voices Dataset Release 34:23 = BorgBackup 36:07 = Vorta 37:15 = ONLYOFFICE E2E Document Encryption via Blockchain 39:36 = Purism Announces PureBoot 42:30 = Outro
Views: 6715 TuxDigital
Fedora 30 Beta, Linux Journal, UBports Foundation, GIMP, Chef, Sabayon, Pi | This Week in Linux 62
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a ton of stuff to talk about like Fedora's announcement of the Beta for Fedora 30, Linux Journal released their 25th Anniversary issue for Free to everyone and UBports announced they were successful in forming their own Foundation. We also got a lot of App News this week from GIMP, WPS Office, Strawberry & DeaDBeeF music players, Chef automation tool, and more. We're also going to check out some other Distro News from Sabayon and Linux Mint. Later in the show, we'll check out some other news from Raspberry Pi, Wayland, Purism and more. Then we'll round out the show with some Linux Gaming News from Aspyr Media and SuperTuxKart. All that and much on this episode of your Weekly Source for Linux GNews! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl62 00:52 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 01:52 = Fedora 30 Beta Now Available 04:07 = Linux Journal 25th Anniversary Issue Free to All 05:49 = UBports Announces the UBports Foundation 07:59 = Sabayon 19.03 Released 12:21 = Clem Talks on Mint 19.2 & Community's Negative Aspects 18:54 = GIMP 2.10.10 Released 23:15 = DeaDBeeF 1.8.0 released 24:45 = Strawberry 0.5.3 28:11 = Linux is Everywhere T-Shirt 29:32 = WPS Office 11 31:08 = Chef Becomes 100% Free Open Source Software 36:31 = Official Raspberry Pi Mouse and Keyboard Now Available 40:21 = SPURV Run Android Apps on Wayland Linux Desktop 43:36 = Wayland's Release Manager Steps Down 47:09 = Purism Partners with Private Internet Access 50:37 = Aspyr Media Confirms Borderlands "Ultra HD" DLC for Linux 54:56 = SuperTuxKart 0.10 Release Candidate 58:59 = Outro https://tuxdigital.com/pia https://tuxdigital.com/twinl59 https://tuxdigital.com/twinl35 #Linux #Fedora #Gaming
Views: 4693 TuxDigital
Linux 5.0, UBports, Librem 5, Bash 5.0, Fedora, Funtoo, AMD, SuperTuxKart | This Week in Linux 50
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, Linus Torvalds announced that the Linux 5.0 Kernel is coming soon. We got some Linux Mobile news from UBports Ubuntu Touch and Purism Librem 5. Then in App News, Bash 5.0 is out and we'll check out some new interesting apps like a new Password Manager and subtitles syncing tool. In distro news, we'll look at some news from Clonezilla Live, Funtoo, and Fedora. Later in the show we'll check out some Security News for Metasploit and a new 2FA phishing tool. Then we'll finish out the show with some Linux Gaming news for Super Tux Kart and A Story About My Uncle. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl50 00:47 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 02:16 = Linux 5.0 Kernel Coming Soon 05:14 = Ubuntu Touch OTA-7 Release 07:38 = Purism Shares Librem 5 Progress Update 09:09 = Bash 5.0 Released 10:51 = Buttercup Password Manager 13:52 = SubSync: Auto Subtitle Synchronization Tool 16:29 = Clonezilla Live 2.6.0-37 Released 18:13 = Funtoo Linux 1.3 Released 21:02 = Fedora 31 Possible Delay Update 22:54 = Entroware Launches Ares All-In-One PC 25:55 = AMD Radeon VII GPU & more at CES 2019 29:15 = Metasploit 5.0 Released 30:17 = New Pentest Tool to Phish 2FA Codes 34:40 = New Systemd Security Holes Uncovered 39:08 = Humble Photography Books Bundle 41:01 = A Story About My Uncle Giveaway 43:19 = SuperTuxKart Online Multiplayer Beta 46:16 = Steam Play hit 500 Platinum Games on ProtonDB 47:57 = Outro
Views: 9708 TuxDigital
Linux Kernel Flaw, Ubuntu Rumor Debunked, Kali, Geary, digiKam, Riot/Matrix | This Week in Linux 56
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, an Arbitrary Code Execution vulnerability was found in the Linux Kernel but it is not quite what some sources are making it out to be. Rumors are going around for Ubuntu and Snaps but again it's not what people are making it out to be. Then we'll get into some actual gnews with some changes to Flathub, new releases for Geary, Digikam, Riot IM, Kali Linux, BackBox, and much more. We'll also check out some interesting views about ARM shared by Linus Torvalds. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl56 00:41 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 01:42 = Linux Kernel Arbitrary Code Execution Vulnerability 08:06 = Ubuntu NOT Replacing APT with Snaps 13:40 = Changes Coming to Flatpak's Flathub 15:04 = Alfred: Automated Software Installation 19:35 = Geary 0.13.0 Released 23:24 = DigiKam 6.0 Released 25:27 = Riot IM 1.0 Released 30:37 = KDE Adding Matrix Messaging Infrastructure 33:10 = EasyOS 1.0.8 Released 37:05 = Kali Linux 2019.1 Released 39:45 = BackBox 5.3 Released 42:31 = Librem 5 Smartphone Delayed to Q3 46:35 = Linus Torvalds on ARM in Server Space 51:18 = Redis Labs Drops Commons Clause 59:42 = Outro
Views: 6417 TuxDigital
Emacs, OBS, GRUB, Flatpak, WINE, MX Linux, NixOS, Proxmox, Plasma Mobile | This Week in Linux 63
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux, we take a look at some new app releases from Emacs, OBS Studio, Mark Text, Flatpak and more. We'll also check out some distro releases from MX Linux, NixOS, Proxmox and more. In the Core News section of the show, we'll discuss some updates to GRUB, Coreboot, and WINE. Later in the show, we'll take a look at an update from the KDE Plasma Mobile team as well as a new Humble Bundle with educational games for kids. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux GNews. TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl63 00:40 = Emacs 26.2 Released 03:27 = OBS Studio 23.1 08:19 = GRUB 2.04 Release Candidate 10:30 = Flatpak 1.3.2 Released 12:49 = WINE 4.6 & Wine-Staging 4.6 15:28 = KDE Plasma Mobile on Pinephone DevKit via postmarketOS 17:29 = Humble Bundle: Educational Games for Kids 19:21 = MX Linux 18.2 Released 24:14 = Proxmox 5.4 VE Released 26:59 = NixOS 19.03 Released 28:39 = Mark Text 0.14.0 Released 31:41 = Coreboot News: Pre-built Binaries, Intel Updates and more 33:20 = Matrix.org Security Breach 37:41 = Outro
Views: 4737 TuxDigital
TeamViewer 13, CrossOver 17, Distros: Puppy, Peppermint, Bodhi, Uruk & more | This Week in Linux 17
 
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http://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere || https://patreon.com/tuxdigital On this episode of This Week in Linux. TeamViewer 13 was announced and they're bringing Native Linux support to their remote desktop software. We saw many Distro releases this week and in fact, we'll be taking a look at 6 of them. We talk about how to get Microsoft Office 2016 on Linux. Then we'll jump into some Linux Gaming, including one game that is a little skin crawly. All that and much more. TuxDigital Links: - http://tuxdigital.com - https://patreon.com/tuxdigital - http://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: 00:37 = MS Office 2016 with CrossOver 17 - https://www.codeweavers.com/support/forums/announce/?t=24;mhl=203321;msg=203321#msg203321 02:17 = TeamViewer 13 Now Natively on Linux - https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/Linux/Update-TeamViewer-13/td-p/24537 04:19 = musikcube 0.31.0 Released - https://github.com/clangen/musikcube 05:37 = Argbash 2.5.1 Released - https://argbash.io/ 07:18 = Bodhi Linux 4.4 Released - http://www.bodhilinux.com/2017/12/08/bodhi-linux-4-4-0-released-november-donation-totals/ 08:11 = Peppermint 8 Respin Released - https://peppermintos.com/2017/12/peppermint-8-respin-released/ 10:11 = Puppy Linux 7.5 Released - http://blog.puppylinux.com/?viewDetailed=00047 12:28 = All Ubuntu 17.10 Flavours in Linux AIO - https://linuxaio.net/2017/12/linux-aio-ubuntu-17-10/ 14:02 = Debian 9.3, Debian 10 & Sources.Debian.Org - https://www.debian.org/News/2017/2017120902 15:02 = Uruk GNU/Linux 2.0 Released - https://blog.urukproject.org/en/index.php/welcome/uruk-gnu-linux-20 16:50 = HP, ASUS & Lenovo ARM-Powered Laptops - https://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/HP-ENVY-x2_FrontLeft-800x680.jpg 17:46 = Mesa 17.3 Officially Released - https://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/mesa-dev/2017-December/179662.html 18:32 = OpenMW 0.43 for Morrowind Released - https://openmw.org/2017/openmw-0-43-0-released/ 19:50 = Polyball 3D Racing Platformer - http://store.steampowered.com/app/368180/Polyball/ 20:38 = Steam Platform-Specific Wishlist, Sort of - http://steamcommunity.com/games/221410/announcements/detail/1475356649450732547 21:39 = Steam Stops Supporting Bitcoin - http://steamcommunity.com/games/593110/announcements/detail/1464096684955433613 22:52 = Different Perspective for Steam Marketshare - https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/heres-another-way-to-look-at-the-linux-market-share-on-steam.10818 25:19 = Besiege Adds Multiplayer and Level Editor - http://store.steampowered.com/app/346010/Besiege/ 25:53 = Empires of the Undergrowth in Early Access - http://store.steampowered.com/app/463530/Empires_of_the_Undergrowth/ 26:39 = Dirty COW Redux Patch - https://medium.com/bindecy/huge-dirty-cow-cve-2017-1000405-110eca132de0 28:49 = Outro
Views: 1975 TuxDigital
GNU Nano, Puppy Linux, WINE, Ubuntu 19.04 Beta, Gentoo, Flatpaks, Snaps, EU | This Week in Linux 61
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, I'm sick but I am making the show anyway because I am passionate bout the Linux community and I'm dedicated to bringing you your weekly source for Linux GNews. On the show this week, we check out some new releases from WINE, GNU Nano, Puppy Linux, Gentoo, Epiphany, and more. We'll also take a quick look at the Beta release for Ubuntu 19.04 and a special Beta release from the Ubuntu MATE team. We got some app news for Flatpaks, Snaps and some utilities like Mailnag and smenu. Later in the show, we'll do a follow up to the EU Copyright Directive news we covered last week, which is not good news but we will close out the show with some fun news about Linux Gaming. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux GNews. TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com #Linux #Ubuntu #Gaming ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl61 01:01 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 02:03 = GNU Nano 4.0 Text Editor Released 04:33 = Wine 4.5 Released 05:47 = Ubuntu 19.04 Beta Now Available 08:29 = Ubuntu MATE 18.04 Beta 1 for Raspberry Pi 10:01 = Puppy Linux 8.0 Released 13:07 = Gentoo Gets GNOME 3.30 without Systemd 15:41 = Flatpak 1.2.4 with Sandbox Bypass Patch 18:03 = Snap Startup Time Improvements 19:59 = Become a Patron of TuxDigital 23:22 = Epiphany 3.32 Released 25:25 = Mailnag 1.3 Released 27:27 = smenu 0.9.15 Released 29:11 = EU Copyright Directive Passed via Ineptitude 35:58 = Humble Book Bundle for Programming 37:36 = DiRT 4 Released for Linux 38:48 = Valve's Big Steam Play Update 39:55 = Valve Index (Valve's VR Headset) 41:27 = Valve Knuckles (Valve's VR Controllers) 42:40 = Outro Affiliate Links for Topics in this Episode: https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-dirt-4 https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-coders-bookshelf-books https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-learn-a-new-language-software https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-debug-your-life-books
Views: 5137 TuxDigital
openSUSE, Xfce 4.14, Antergos Ends, Firefox 67, Kali Linux, BlackArch, Tails | This Week in Linux 68
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux, we're going to check out a lot of Distro News from openSUSE, Antergos Kali Linux, BlackArch, and Tails. Xfce is getting close to releasing their next big version, 4.14 so we'll take a look at the first Pre-Release. We also got some new App releases for Firefox, Tor Browser, KDE's Elisa Music Player, and a new file search tool called Drill. Later in the show, we'll check out some interesting news from GitHub and their new Sponsor program as well as some rather unfortunate news for the Android-related smartphone company, Huawei. Then we'll finish out the show with deals for Linux Games and some interesting ebooks from Humble Bundle. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux GNews. TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl68 00:51 = 10% OFF Linux is Everywhere Merch 01:43 = openSUSE Leap 15.1 Released 04:48 = Xfce 4.14 Pre-Release 07:33 = Antergos Linux Project Ends 13:39 = Firefox 67 Released 17:16 = Tor Browser 8.5 Released 18:59 = Become a Patron on Patreon or Sponsus 21:30 = Kali Linux 2019.2 Released 24:36 = BlackArch Linux 2019.06.01 Released 26:31 = Tails 3.14 Released 28:23 = SouthEast LinuxFest 30:36 = Elisa 0.4.0 Release 33:36 = Drill: Desktop File Search Utility 37:38 = GitHub Launches Sponsorship Program 41:48 = Google-Huawei Case Highlights The Importance Of Free Software 47:02 = Humble Bundle: tinyBuild Games, Computer Graphics Books, Secrets to Success Books 50:49 = Outro Humble Bundles: https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-tinybuild-bundle-2019 https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-computer-graphics-books https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-secrets-to-success #Linux #Hacking #KaliLinux #Antergos #openSUSE
Views: 5509 TuxDigital
Kodi 18, Firefox 65, Lutris, Linux Mint, Makulu, Alpine, Tails, Pine64 | This Week in Linux 53
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got some exciting new app releases from Kodi, Lutris, Firefox, and some video editors Olive and LosslessCut. There's a new kickstarter that might be of interest to any designers out there with Akira, it plans to be an open source Linux alternative to Sketch, Figma and Adobe XD. We got some new Distro releases from Makulu Linux, Alpine Linux, and Tails. We'll also discuss the potential plans that Linux Mint outlined in their January community report. Later in the show, we'll check out some new hardware announcements. Raspberry Pi announced a new Compute module, System76 announced a refresh coming to their Darter Pro laptop and the Pine64 team announced some new devices coming later this year including a smartphone, a tablet and a new enhanced version of their Pinebook. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews. TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl53 01:02 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 02:08 = Kodi 18.0 & LibreELEC 9.0 Released 07:37 = Firefox 65.0 Released 12:15 = Akira: Prototyping Design Tool 16:01 = Lutris 0.5.0 Released 19:14 = Olive: New Open Source Video Editor 23:56 = LosslessCut: Lossless Video Cutter 26:42 = Linux Mint Monthly Report & 2019 Plans 30:43 = Makulu Linux 2019.01.25 Released 33:53 = Alpine Linux 3.9 Released 35:17 = Tails 3.12 Released 37:47 = Raspberry Pi’s New Compute Module 3+ 40:14 = System76's Darter Pro Laptop Refresh 42:35 = PinePhone: Linux Smartphone = $149 46:06 = PineTab: Linux Tablet = $79 48:25 = Pinebook Pro: $199 Linux Laptop 53:50 = Outro
Views: 4807 TuxDigital
Wireshark, Maru OS, man-pages, PureOS, Minetest, Skype Omits Linux, DAV1D | This Week in Linux 58
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux. We talk about the latest release of man-pages 5.0, Wireshark 3.0, Minetest 5.0, DAV1D video decoder and more. We also will cover some new distro releases with Pardus, 4MLinux, and Condres OS. We'll also talk about some Linux Mobile news with Maru OS and Purism's PureOS. Later in the show, we'll discuss some unfortunate news regarding Microsoft potentially ending support for Skype for Web on Linux and Europe might be introducing some terrible regulations regarding firmware. Then we'll end on a positive note by rounding out the show with some Linux Gaming news like a new Free to Play game and some new Humble Bundles. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux GNews! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl58 00:54 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 01:58 = man-pages-5.00 is Released 04:03 = Wireshark 3.0 Released 06:05 = Microsoft Ends Skype for Linux & Firefox 08:34 = Maru 0.6 released 13:34 = Purism's Proclaims PureOS Convergent 16:58 = Pardus 17.5 Released 18:28 = 4MLinux 28.0 Released 20:34 = Become a TuxDigital Patron 21:24 = Condres OS 19.03 Released 24:47 = DAV1D v0.2 AV1 Video Decoder Released 27:46 = Intel Offers Thunderbolt 3 To USB Promoter Group 29:39 = European Might Eliminate Custom Device Firmware 31:53 = Minetest 5.0 Released 34:05 = Blade Symphony: Now Free to Play 35:27 = Humble Indie Bundle 20 39:08 = Outro - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-indie-bundle-20 (affiliate links) - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-star-trek-2019-books - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-gaming-comics-2019-books - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-computer-science-books
Views: 3884 TuxDigital
Linux Mint, Mir, Peppermint, MX Linux, VirtualBox, Hacking Books, systemd | This Week in Linux 48
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a LOT of Distro News from Linux Mint, Peppermint, MX Linux, GParted, Lubuntu and Bedrock Linux. If you haven't heard of Bedrock, you will certainly want to stick around for that. Then we'll check out some App News from VirtualBox, Handbrake and some command-line goodies, Grep & Sed. Later in the show, we'll cover some Core News with Coreboot and everyone's favorite, systemd. There's also some Linux Gaming sales we'll check out as well as a Hacking Books Bundle from Humble Bundle. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl48 00:46 = 20% OFF "Linux is Everywhere" Shirts, Hoodies, etc (Code: LINUXMAS - https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere) 01:26 = VirtualBox 6.0 Released 04:31 = HandBrake 1.2 Released 07:05 = Grep 3.3 & Sed 4.6 Released 10:37 = Mir 1.1 Released 13:18 = Hacking for the Holidays - Humble Bundle (https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-hacking-holidays-books affiliate link) 15:17 = Linux Mint 19.1 Released 17:41 = GParted Live 0.33.0-1 Released 20:41 = Lubuntu To Deprecate 32-Bit Releases 24:35 = Peppermint 9 Respin Released 29:40 = MX Linux 18 Released 32:44 = Bedrock Linux 0.7 "Poki" Released 35:30 = Coreboot 4.9 Released 37:16 = systemd 240 Released 39:35 = Purism's Librem 5 Developer Kits Shipping 42:31 = Linux Gaming Winter Sales 44:59 = Microsoft's Project Mu: Open Source UEFI 47:18 = Outro #Linux #Gaming #Hacking #Virtualization
Views: 4561 TuxDigital
MATE 1.22, Google Stadia, Firefox, Falkon, Openshot, Zorin OS, CrossOver | This Week in Linux 60
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, we check out some new releases from MATE, Firefox, OpenShot, KDE Falkon, Samba, CrossOver, and more including a beta release for Zorin OS. We'll also discuss the big gaming news for Google' Cloud Gaming platform and then we'll take a look at the latest updates related the EU Copyright Directive. Later in the show, we'll discuss some more Linux Gaming news with an update for the Atari VCS and GameCube Controllers development as well as some news from Epic Games, Valve, and GOG.com. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux GNews. TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl60 00:47 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 01:47 = MATE 1.22 Released 03:33 = Google Stadia: Cloud Gaming via Linux 08:40 = Firefox 66 Released 12:01 = Falkon 3.1 Released 13:29 = Openshot 2.4.4 Released 17:08 = Zorin OS 15 Beta Released 21:22 = Update on the EU Copyright Directive 25:44 = Samba 4.10 Released 27:38 = CrossOver 18.5 Released 29:24 = Android's New SMS/Call Permission Policy 33:18 = Atari VCS Delayed for Hardware Upgrade 35:34 = Epic Games Reveals 'Epic Online Services' 42:10 = GOG.com Spring Sale is LIVE 44:48 = New Steam Library Design and Events Page 47:20 = GameCube Controllers with SDL2 Games 50:44 = Outro
Views: 3317 TuxDigital
OBS Studio, Compiz 0.9, Ubuntu, Debian, MX Linux, runc Flaw, Windows 95 App | This Week in Linux 55
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, we check out some App News for the upcoming OBS Studio 23.0 and the recent release of Taskbook 0.3. We'll cover some Distro News with Ubuntu 18.04.2, Debian 9.8 and MX Linux 18.1. Then we'll look at some rather interesting news like a surprise release of Compiz 0.9, Windows Explorer gaining support to access Linux Files, and an electron app that lets you experience what it was like to use Windows 95. We also got some great news for Linux Gaming like Ethan Lee's Crowdfunding Campaign for improving SDL, Steam Play may be getting support for Easy Anti-Cheat, and Rocket League is about to release a game changing new feature. Later we'll also cover some rather unfortunate news for users of Docker and LinuxTracker. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl55 00:55 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 01:55 = OBS Studio 23.0 Release Candidates 05:41 = Compiz 0.9.14 Released 09:34 = Taskbook 0.3.0 12:40 = Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS Now Available 15:39 = Debian 9.8 Released 16:54 = MX Linux 18.1 Released 20:05 = Ethan Lee's Crowdfunding Campaign 23:26 = Access Linux Files from Windows Explorer with WSL 25:52 = Doomsday Docker Security Hole Uncovered 29:16 = Stop Using LinuxTracker 33:39 = Easy Anti-Cheat May Come to Steam Play 35:35 = Steam's Six Year Anniversary 38:18 = Rocket League Cross-Platform Friends System 43:42 = Great Humble Bundles: Games, Comics & Books 49:14 = Windows 95 OS v2.0 Released for Linux 51:19 = Outro - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-robotics-iot-books - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-softwareintro-to-code-bundle - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-start-here-comics - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-spawn-image-comics-books
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WINE 4.0, LXQt 0.14, Parrot OS, Mastodon, MythTV, Gitea, APT Vulnerability | This Week in Linux 52
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got some big new releases from the WINE project, LXQt, Parrot OS, Mastodon, MythTV, Gitea, and many more! We'll also check out a security issue regarding the APT package manager and a potential blunder coming to Chromium based browsers. Then we'll cover a new really cool utility to control GPU Overclocking on Linux. Later in the show, we'll check out some new Linux Hardware and some Linux Gaming news. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl52 00:42 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 01:34 = New Graphics Announcement & Request for Suggestions 03:50 = WINE 4.0 Released 06:16 = LXQt 0.14.0 Released 09:13 = Lubuntu Council & LXQt 0.14.0 12:13 = Remote Code Execution in APT 18:12 = Parrot 4.5 Released 21:40 = PSA: Manjaro Stable Update Issue 25:12 = Multipass 0.5.0 Released 26:47 = Mastodon 2.7 Released 32:00 = MythTV 30.0 released 35:35 = gotop: Terminal Graphical System Monitor 38:08 = Gitea 1.7.0 Released 43:42 = TuxClocker: Qt GPU overclocking GUI Utility 45:55 = Dockter: Container Image Builder 48:39 = Dell's XPS 13 9380 Developer Edition 50:13 = Ad Blocker Break in Chrome Extension Manifest V3 54:29 = Humble Bundles for Games, Books & Comics 59:10 = Outro
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Steam Play for Linux, Ubuntu Touch, Flatpak 1.0, Kali, Trilium Notes & more | This Week in Linux 35
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux, the show is back after a brief hiatus and this episode is jam packed with awesome gnews. Valve announced a game changer with the new Steam Play with Proton. UBports has released a big update for Ubuntu Touch. Flatpak has reached version 1.0 with lots of cool new features to offer. We check out some Distro News from Lubuntu, Bodhi Linux and Kali Linux. Then later in the show we take a look at new app releases for a new Music Player and Note Taking app and then a big release for Video Editing on Linux. All that and much more TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl35 00:53 Steam Play + Linux + WINE = OH YEA! 07:27 Ubuntu Touch OTA-4 Release 09:24 Flatpak 1.0 Released 12:42 Lubuntu Heads Adds Path To Wayland 16:23 Linux Mint Debian Edition 3 18:37 Kali Linux 2018.3 Released 20:41 Bodhi Linux 5.0.0 Released 22:09 T-Mobile & AT&T Data Breaches 23:40 KDE Plasma on the Pinebook (ARM Laptop) 25:54 Strawberry: Open Source Music Player 27:48 Trilium Notes 31:37 Run Windows 95 as an Electron App 32:40 DaVinci Resolve 15 Released 34:15 Pitivi Google Summer of Code Update 35:17 Shotcut 18.08.14 36:28 Lenovo Gets Native Firmware Updating with LVFS
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AMD Radeon VII, Plasma 5.15, LibreOffice, Fedora, Flowblade, SystemRescueCd | This Week in Linux 54
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, the new Radeon VII beast from AMD is out and we'll check out some benchmarks from our friends at Phoronix. A new version of KDE Plasma is coming out soon, in just a couple of days, so we will have a look at what is coming in KDE Plasma 5.15. We got some new app releases from LibreOffice and Flowblade and there was a bunch of Distro News this week from Fedora, SystemRescueCd, Redcore Linux, and some new distros or at least new to me with Linux Kodachi & Refracta. Later in the show, we'll cover some Gaming Sales from Humble Bundle and Steam. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl54 00:49 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux ) 01:51 = AMD Radeon VII Linux Benchmarks 05:34 = LibreOffice 6.2 Released 07:50 = Raspberry Pi Opens Retail Store 09:44 = Flowblade 2.0 Video Editor Released 12:29 = Plasma Mobile Developers AMA 14:45 = KDE Plasma 5.15 Releasing on Tuesday 18:49 = GNOME 3.32 Beta Released 24:32 = SystemRescueCd 6.0 Released & Re-based 26:46 = Fedora Logo Redesign & DNF User Counting 29:21 = Linux Kodachi 6.0 Released 31:39 = Refracta 9.0 Released 33:37 = Redcore Linux 1812 Released 35:51 = Google Releases ClusterFuzz 37:58 = Humble Bundles: Games & Books 40:43 = The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare 43:04 = Outro Humble Bundles: - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-paradox-bundle-2019 - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-break-into-game-industry-books - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-programming-cookbooks Mean Greens: https://store.steampowered.com/app/360940/The_Mean_Greens__Plastic_Warfare/ Discord: https://tuxdigital.com/discord Telegram: https://tuxdigital.com/telegram
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Debian, Fedora 30, Librem One, deepin, Netrunner, QEMU, Parrot, Feren | This Week in Linux 65
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/sponsus || https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a lot of distro news to cover with Debian, Fedora, Red Hat, deepin, Feren OS, Netrunner, Parrot Security and more. We'll check out some App News for a couple financial apps from KDE, KMyMoney and Skrooge.. Ulauncher, a new application launcher tool and some new services have been launched from Purism and Tutanota. Later in the show, we'll cover a Firefox Blunder and some Linux Gaming News. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux GNews. TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://tuxdigital.com/sponsus - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl65 00:00:39 = Introduction to Sponsus 00:06:29 = Debian: 9.9, 10 Features, New Project Leader 00:11:19 = Fedora 30 Released 00:14:01 = Red Hat Gets A New Logo & Java 00:17:46 = The End of Scientific Linux 00:21:09 = Firefox's Issues with Add-ons & Expired Certificate 00:25:08 = Purism Announces "Librem One" Software Suite 00:32:31 = Tutanota Launches Encrypted Tool for Websites 00:35:39 = deepin 15.10 Released 00:40:14 = Parrot Security 4.6 Released 00:42:53 = Feren OS April 2019 Snapshot 00:45:35 = Netrunner April 2019 Release 00:48:53 = Ulauncher - Application Launcher 00:52:08 = KMyMoney 5.0.4 & Skrooge 2.19.0 Released 00:54:25 = QEMU 4.0.0 released 00:55:18 = Epic Games Acquires Psyonix (Makers of Rocket League) 00:59:28 = Epic Games Store is Now on Linux, Thanks Lutris 01:01:35 = Humble Book Bundle: Python by O'Reilly - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-python-oreilly-books 01:03:39 = Outro #Linux #Gaming #Sponsus
Views: 4289 TuxDigital
Ubuntu 18.10 & Flavours, Ubuntu Studio Interview, elementary, PeerTube 1.0 | This Week in Linux 41
 
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http://tuxdigital.com/contribute || http://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux. There were a ton of new releases this week! Ubuntu and all of the Ubuntu Flavours released 18.10 this week. New versions of elementary OS and Pop!_OS also released this week. We also so new releases from Ubuntu Touch, Lightworks, Turtl, PeerTube and more. Later in the show we'll talk about the LibSSH vulnerability that was discovered recently and we'll talk about the latest olive branch from Microsoft. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - http://tuxdigital.com - http://tuxdigital.com/contribute - http://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - http://tuxdigital.com/twinl41 00:39 = Ubuntu 18.10 Released 01:53 = Lubuntu 18.10 Released 02:39 = Kubuntu 18.10 Released 03:33 = Xubuntu 18.10 Released 04:55 = Ubuntu Studio 18.10 Released 06:15 = Interview with Erich Eickmeyer of Ubuntu Studio 14:23 = Pop!_OS 18.10 Released 16:00 = elementary OS 5.0 Juno released 19:24 = New Linux Code of Conduct Revisions 21:56 = Ubuntu Touch OTA-5 24:23 = Sway 1.0 Beta 26:15 = Turtl v0.7 Released (Evernote Alternative) 28:06 = PeerTube 1.0 released 32:28 = Lightworks 14.5 Released (Video Editor) 34:41 = GNOME 3.32 To Retire Application Menus 36:22 = LibSSH Vulnerability 38:47 = Microsoft Joins Open Invention Network With Its 60,000+ Patents 41:16 = How Will OIN Deal with Microsoft Proxies? 42:05 = Outro 42:32 = Noah Chelliah on Destination Linux Promo
Views: 3073 TuxDigital
Linus WireGuard Comments, Lubuntu New Direction, LineageOS, OpenWRT, SteamOS | This Week in Linux 34
 
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http://tuxdigital.com/contribute || http://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux: Linus Torvalds gave his opinion on Wireguard, Lubuntu Takes a New Direction, LineageOS launches their annual Summer Survey, and Hiri's Experience with Selling on Linux. Then we'll check out some distro news from Slackware, OpenWRT, Ubuntu LTS, and RebeccaBlackOS. Later in the show, we'll look at the new NetSpectre vulnerability varient, Forbes' 5 Reasons to Switch to Linux, a really interesting blog post from the KDE Team about Plasma's Engineering and finally we'll check out some Linux Gaming news. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - http://tuxdigital.com - http://tuxdigital.com/contribute - http://michaeltunnell.com Telegram: http://tuxdigital.com/telegram Discord: http://tuxdigital.com/discord --- DL Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram DL Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - http://tuxdigital.com/twinl34 00:00 = Intro 00:57 = Info about TuxDigital's Telegram, Discord and more 01:37 = Linus Torvalds on Wireguard 03:05 = Lubuntu: Taking a New Direction 07:17 = GNOME 3.30 Enters Beta 08:40 = KDE Blog on Plasma Engineering 11:47 = LineageOS Summer Survey 13:05 = OpenWrt 18.06.0 final 15:10 = Hiri's Experience with Selling on Linux 20:39 = New NetSpectre Variant 22:17 = GPD Pocket 2 Crowdfunding 25:13 = Financial Issues for Slackware 28:37 = 18.04.1 LTS Now Available 30:27 = RebeccaBlackOS 2018-07-24 31:40 = Forbes' 5 Reasons to Switch To Linux 35:08 = SteamOS 3.0 "Clockwerk" 36:48 = Ballistic Overkill Rounds Update 39:03 = Humble Sports Bundle 40:51 = Outro
Views: 2280 TuxDigital
Nextcloud, Firefox, Vivaldi, Kdenlive, Jellyfin, SQLite, Apple T2 vs Linux | This Week in Linux 47
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got a lot of application releases to talk about like Nextcloud, Firefox, Vivaldi, Kdenlive and more. We got an update for the Emby proprietary news we covered last week, there's a fork. The kernel team are discussing the potential removal of the x32 Subarchitecture. There's some possibilities that Intel could be Open-Sourcing the FSP and we'll talk about what that could mean. Later in the show we'll talk Security News related to a SQLite Bug, New Malware Families Discovered, Apple's T2 Chip issues with Linux and yet another security hole found in Google+. Then we'll round out the show with some Linux Gaming news including some great games on sale. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl47 00:56 = Linux is Everywhere = 20% OFF Coupon (https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere) 01:39 = Nextcloud 15 Released 06:20 = Firefox 64.0 Released 10:49 = Vivaldi 2.2 Released 13:35 = KDE Applications 18.12 Released 16:47 = Kdenlive 18.12 and Refactoring News 20:44 = Jellyfin: Fork of Emby Media Server 22:51 = x32 Subarchitecture May Be Removed 24:33 = Intel Might Open-Source The FSP 27:53 = Namecheap Holiday Sale (https://tuxdigital.com/namecheap) 29:40 = SQLite Bug Becomes Remote Code Execution 32:31 = ESET Discovers 21 New Malware Families 35:19 = Apple's T2 Chip Blocks Installing Linux 38:32 = Google+ New Security Issue 41:02 = Discord Store: 90/10 Revenue Split 43:00 = New Juggernaut Mode for Ballistic Overkill (https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-bok) 45:57 = Steam Link for Raspberry Pi Released 47:30 = Holiday Sales from Humble Store & GOG 50:16 = Outro Want to join the TuxDigital and Destination Linux community in some gaming? Join our Discord servers: https://tuxdigital.com/discord https://destinationlinux.org/discord
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Inkscape, Plasma 5.15 Beta, Purism, Deepin 15.9, Steam, Solus, Netrunner | This Week in Linux 51
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Sponsored by Digital Ocean - https://do.co/tux On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got some new announcements from Inkscape, Purism, Solus, Mozilla, and Steam. We'll also check out some new Distro releases from Netrunner, Deeping, Android X86 and more. Then we'll look at some new hardware offerings from Purism and Entroware. Later in the show will talk about some drama happening with a project's licensing issues and then we'll round out the episode with some Linux Gaming news including some sales from Humble Bundle. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl51 00:43 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean (https://do.co/tux) 01:43 = Inkscape 1.0 Alpha Released 04:47 = Mozilla Axed Firefox's Test Pilot 08:03 = eDEX-UI v2.0.0 10:05 = Purism Announces "PureOS Store" 12:20 = Plasma 5.15 Beta 16:21 = Solus Plans for 2019 18:41 = Netrunner KDE 19.01 "Blackbird" Released 21:46 = Deepin 15.9 Released 24:03 = 600 days of postmarketOS 27:46 = Android-x86 8.1 Released 29:09 = MongoDB's SSPL = "Not Open Source" 32:15 = Entroware Hades: AMD Linux Desktop 33:58 = Purism Announces New Librem Laptops 35:55 = Smart TV Data Collection 38:35 = Steam Client Updates & Plans 41:03 = Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle 44:43 = Rocket League: Cross-Platform Play & Sale 47:07 = Outro #Linux #Gaming #Android
Views: 3691 TuxDigital
KDE Plasma 5.14, Zabbix 4.0, Krita Fundraiser, Google+ Shut Down, & more! | This Week in Linux 40
 
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http://tuxdigital.com/contribute || http://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a lot of Distro News from Mageia, antiX, Calculate Linux, and NixOS. Zabbix monitoring tool issued a new Long Term Support release. We'll talk about the upcoming release of KDE Plasma 5.14 and the preview release for Krita 4.2. We'll check out a cool application that makes it easier to make your own GTK theme. Later in the show we'll cover the big Google+ news of it being shut down. Then we'll round out the show with some Linux Gaming and the always exciting and audience favorite, news about technology patents. TuxDigital Links: - http://tuxdigital.com - http://tuxdigital.com/contribute - http://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - http://tuxdigital.com/twinl40 00:48 = KDE Plasma 5.14 Coming Soon 02:48 = Zabbix 4.0 Released 04:23 = Krita 4.2 Preview & Fundraiser 05:56 = Oomox: Customize/Create GTK Themes 08:24 = Google+ to Shut Down: Bug Coverup 12:37 = Greg KH: How Community is Securing Linux 14:27 = Mageia 6.1 Released 15:34 = antiX 17.2 Released 17:57 = Calculate Linux 18 Released 19:05 = NixOS 18.09 Released 20:24 = Stratis 1.0 released 21:51 = Steam Play: Large Update to Whitelist 22:15 = A LOT from Humble Bundle 24:30 = Microsoft Joins the LOT Network 26:20 = Outro
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System76 Thelio, Fedora 29, Solus Update, Samsung DeX, i3wm, ProtonDB | This Week in Linux 43
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux we cover a big batch of releases from distros, apps, hardware and more. System76 launches the option to order their new Open Source Certified Desktop, Thelio. We got a big update from the Solus team about the future of the project. openSUSE announces the launch of their Legal Review System, Cavil. Fedora 29 has been released along with other releases like KDE Connect, Sailfish, i3 Window Manager, GIMP, VirtualBox and the Game Manager, Lutris. We'll also take a look at some upcoming projects like Ubuntu 19.04, Cinnamon 4.0 and the Samsung DeX running Ubuntu. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl43 00:55 TuxDigital Patreon 01:40 System76 Unveils Thelio Open Desktops 05:04 Solus Update: Ikey's Departure 09:13 Ubuntu 19.04 = Disco Dingo 12:21 Fedora 29 Released 16:44 openSUSE Develops Legal Review System 18:57 KDE Connect 1.10 Released 21:09 Ubuntu on Samsung DeX 25:44 Jolla's Sailfish 3.0 Released 27:10 i3 Window Manager v4.16 Released 29:45 Cinnamon 4.0 Source Code Released 32:18 Some Chromebooks Won't Get Crostini 33:41 GIMP 2.10.8 Released 35:47 VirtualBox 5.2.22 Released 38:58 Lutris, Game Manager, 0.4.23 Released 41:53 Proton Database: Over 2,500 Games 43:58 Microsoft Porting Sysinternals to Linux
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Linux Mint 19, ElementaryOS Juno, GIMP 2.10.4, Redcore Linux, SUSE Acquired | This Week in Linux 31
 
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http://tuxdigital.com/contribute || http://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere Linux Mint 19 “Tara” was Released. Elementary releases a Developer Preview for their new version called “Juno”. Kdenlive issues a request to the community for beta testing of the next generation of Kdenlive. We do a follow up on the EU's Copyright Reform Directive, this time it's good news, at least for now. We discuss the SUSE acquisition by EQT. Ubuntu Studio created a cool guide to Audio Production on Linux. Later in the show we look at what is coming for Xubuntu 18.10 and also the latest release from Redcore Linux. All that and much more. TuxDigital Links: - http://tuxdigital.com - http://tuxdigital.com/contribute - http://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - http://tuxdigital.com/twinl31 00:53 = Patron Thank You and Merch Discount Codes 01:37 = Linux Mint 19 “Tara” Released 04:46 = Elementary OS “Juno” Beta 07:59 = Kdenlive's Request for Beta Testing 11:32 = GIMP 2.10.4 Feature & Performance Improvements 13:55 = Gentoo's Github Repo Compromised 17:11 = EU Rejects Copyright Directive 20:12 = Shotwell 0.29.3 Released 21:05 = Ubuntu Studio's Free Guide to Audio Production 22:45 = Bodhi Linux 5.0.0 Release Candidate 24:41 = SUSE Acquired by EQT 27:45 = Xubuntu 18.10 + Xfce 4.13 Components 30:07 = Redcore Linux 1806 Released 32:51 = Outro
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Linus Temporary Leave, Nextcloud, Git, Timeshift, Parrot, Steam Play & more | This Week in Linux 37
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere We talk about so pretty big news regardiong Linus' Temporary Leave from Maintainership of the Linux Kernel. Then we'll take a look at the new releases for Nextcloud, WINE, Git, Timeshift, Parrot Linux and Elive Linux. Intel has announced some new Open Source Firmware, KDE relased some info for the next version of the Plasma desktop environment. Later in the show, we will discuss some legal news regarding the Internet of Things bill in California. We also got some really exciting news for Linux Gaming, spoiler alert, Valve's Steam Play is now available to everyone in the stable release of Steam. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - http://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - http://tuxdigital.com/twinl37 00:54 TuxDigital Patreon 03:13 Linus' Temporary Leave from Maintainership 07:10 Nextcloud 14 Released 08:45 Wine 3.16 Released 09:52 Git 2.19 Released 11:27 Timeshift 18.9.1 & Donation Request 14:32 Intel's New Open-Source Firmware 16:17 Plasma 5.14 Beta News 18:18 California to Regulate Internet of Things 21:42 Arch Linux & KDE Connect AMAs 28:16 Parrot 4.2.2 Released 30:53 Elive 3.0.0 Released 34:48 First Impressions of elementaryOS [Forbes] 38:28 "Android Apps Riskier Than Ever" 41:43 Valve's Steam Play Released to Everyone 43:15 Community Testing Website for Proton 45:50 GamingonLinux.com Recent Interviews 49:37 Outro
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GNOME 3.28, Raspberry Pi 3B+, Firefox 59, Private Internet Access VPN & more | This Week in Linux 24
 
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http://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere || http://tuxdigital.com/patreon On this episode of This Week in Linux we'll check out the release notes for GNOME 3.28, Firefox 59, HexChat, MX Linux, Netrunner, LibreELEC, Sparky Linux and more. There's a new Raspberry Pi that was released this week and we'll dive into that. Private Internet Access made a major announcement about going Open Source. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - http://tuxdigital.com - http://tuxdigital.com/patreon - http://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: 00:44 = GNOME 3.28 Released - https://www.gnome.org/news/2018/03/gnome-3-28-released/ 04:42 = Raspberry Pi 3B+ Released - https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/raspberry-pi-3-model-bplus-sale-now-35/ 06:53 = Firefox 59 Released & Snap Available - https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2018/03/13/latest-firefox-available-users-browse-web-laptop-fire-tv-office-plus-chance-help-next-firefox-release/ 09:03 = Private Internet Access goes Open Source - https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/blog/2018/03/private-internet-access-goes-open-source/ 20:55 = HexChat 2.14.1 - https://hexchat.github.io/news/2.14.0.html 12:26 = Lector: Qt eBook App - https://github.com/BasioMeusPuga/Lector/releases 13:37 = LPlayer: Minimal Audio Player - https://www.atareao.es/aplicacion/lplayer-un-reproductor-minimalista-para-linux-mint-y-ubuntu/ 14:51 = KEXI 3.1 Released - https://dot.kde.org/2018/03/12/kexi-31-brings-database-management-windows 15:48 = Feh: Terminal-based Image Viewer - https://feh.finalrewind.org/ 16:55 = Faster App-launching for Cinnamon - https://blog.linuxmint.com/?p=3525 17:47 = i3 v4.15 Released - https://i3wm.org/downloads/RELEASE-NOTES-4.15.txt 18:42 = MX Linux 17.1 Released - https://mxlinux.org/mx-171-released 20:09 = LibreELEC 8.2.4 Released - https://libreelec.tv/2018/03/libreelec-krypton-8-2-4-mr/ 21:36 = SparkyLinux 5.3 Released - https://sparkylinux.org/sparky-5-3/ 22:24 = Neptune 5 Released - https://neptuneos.com/en/news-reader/neptune-5-release.html 23:34 = Netrunner 18.03 Released - https://www.netrunner.com/netrunner-18-03-idolon-released/ 25:21 = Canonical Corner - https://insights.ubuntu.com/2018/03/16/desktop-newsletter-16th-march-2018/ 28:40 = Plasma Mobile running on Librem 5 - https://puri.sm/posts/librem5-progress-report-9/ 29:47 = Let's Encrypt gets Wildcard Certs - https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/acme-v2-and-wildcard-certificate-support-is-live/55579 31:07 = 3 VPN Services Leaking IP Addresses - https://thehackernews.com/2018/03/vpn-leak-ip-address.html
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Bleachbit, Falkon, Ubuntu 18.04 Flavour Betas, Albert, Linux From Scratch | This Week in Linux 23
 
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http://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere || http://tuxdigital.com/patreon On this episode of This Week in Linux, we've got some new releases from Bleachbit, KDE Falkon, Albert (the keyboard launcher), Caprine (desktop app for Facebook messenger), and more. We'll follow up with projects we've covered in previous episodes like Museeks, Tizonia, WINE, and the Librem 5. Then we check out the future roadmaps of some projects like KDE Plasma 5.13, Ubuntu 18.04, and Solus 4. TuxDigital Links: - http://tuxdigital.com - http://tuxdigital.com/patreon - http://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: 00:49 = Bleachbit 2.0 Released - https://www.bleachbit.org/ 01:36 = Falkon Web Browser 3.0 Released - http://davidrosca.blogspot.com/2018/02/falkon-300-released.html https://github.com/KDE/falkon 02:33 = OnionShare 1.3 - https://github.com/micahflee/onionshare/releases/tag/v1.3 03:30 = Amarok 2.9 - https://amarok.kde.org/ 04:18 = Museeks - https://museeks.io/ 05:09 = Tizonia - https://github.com/tizonia/tizonia-openmax-il/releases/tag/v0.13.0 05:29 = Albert - Keyboard Launcher - https://github.com/albertlauncher/albert/releases/tag/v0.14.16 06:44 = Caprine v2.10.0 - https://github.com/sindresorhus/caprine/releases/tag/v2.10.0 08:13 = WINE 3.3 & Wine-Staging 3.3 Released - https://www.winehq.org/news/2018030201 09:22 = Vulkan 1.1 Released - https://www.khronos.org/news/press/khronos-group-releases-vulkan-1-1 11:17 = KDE Plasma 5.13 - http://blog.broulik.de/2018/03/gtk-global-menu/ http://www.jgrulich.cz/2018/03/06/screen-sharing-in-plasma-wayland-session/ https://pointieststick.wordpress.com/2018/03/04/this-week-in-usability-productivity-part-8/ 13:11 = UBPorts' Unity 8 for Debian - https://ubports.com/blog/ubports-blog-1/post/ubuntu-touch-q-a-24-97 13:39 = Linux From Scratch 8.2 Released - http://lists.linuxfromscratch.org/pipermail/lfs-support/2018-March/051866.html 14:40 = LineageOS on a Raspberry Pi 3? - http://konstakang.com/devices/rpi3/LineageOS15.1/ 15:25 = Solus Software Center Redesign - https://solus-project.com/2018/03/09/software-center-redesign/ 17:32 = Debian 9.4 Released & WSL - https://www.debian.org/News/2018/20180310 18:36 = Canonical Corner - https://xubuntu.org/ https://kubuntu.org/news/kubuntu-bionic-beaver-18-04-beta-1-released/ https://ubuntu-mate.org/blog/ubuntu-mate-bionic-beta1/ https://ubuntubudgie.org/blog/2018/03/08/18-04-release-notes https://www.ubuntu.com/ 23:59 = Updates for Chromebook Users - https://chromium-review.googlesource.com/c/chromium/src/+/899767 https://plus.google.com/+FrancoisBeaufort/posts/Ue55Tk6gYuZ 24:43 = Linux Beats Legal Threat - http://www.zdnet.com/article/linux-beats-internal-legal-threat/ 27:07 = Android 9 Developer Preview - https://developer.android.com/preview/index.html 27:48 = Purism Updates for the Librem 5 - https://puri.sm/posts/librem5-progress-report-7/
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Linux 4.20, EU Bug Bounties, MIPS Open Source, Syncthing, Mixxx, SuperTux | This Week in Linux 49
 
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https://tuxdigital.com/contribute || https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere On this episode of This Week in Linux, there's a brand new release of the Linux Kernel with 4.20. The EU is offering Bug Bounties for Open Source software and MIPS has announced it's going to become Open Source. We'll have a follow up to the Necuno Mobile topic from Episode 45 and then we'll take a look at some Distro News for Septor Linux, OviOS and One Laptop Per Child. Then we'll cover some App News from Syncthing, Mixxx, Darktable, RawTherapee, KStars, and much more. Later in the show, we'll talk about some Linux Gaming news. All that and much more! TuxDigital Links: - https://tuxdigital.com - https://tuxdigital.com/contribute - https://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl49 00:49 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean (https://do.co/tux) 02:28 = Linux Kernel 4.20 Released 06:03 = EU Offers Open Source Security Bounties 08:17 = MIPS To Become Open Source 10:46 = Necunos Smartphone Now Taking Pre-Orders 15:44 = Septor Linux 2019 Released 18:18 = OviOS Linux 3.0 Released 21:15 = OLPC OS 13.2.10 Released 26:28 = Syncthing Version 1.0.0 Released 29:55 = Mixxx 2.2 Released 31:40 = Darktable 2.6.0 Released 33:35 = RawTherapee 5.5 Released 35:05 = gitbatch 0.3.0 Released 37:03 = KStars v3.0.0 Now Available 39:21 = TeejeeTech No Longer Open Source 45:35 = SuperTux 0.6.0 Released 46:54 = Lutris 0.5 Redesign Beta Released 48:51 = Intel Continues Linux Steam Integration 50:52 = Outro
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Canonical Data Collection, Netflix 1080p on Linux, Wine Staging & more | This Week in Linux 21
 
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http://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere || http://tuxdigital.com/patreon On this episode of This Week in Linux, we've got a lot of distro news from Ubuntu, Solus, Fedora, Linux Lite and more. We'll take a look at some updates for Linux 4.16 development and have you ever wanted to use Linux as your bootloader, well that might be possible in the future. For a nice change of pace from Oracle, we got some good news about dtrace. Purism released a progress report on the Librem 5 and I'll show you how you can watch Netflix content in 1080p. All that and much more. TuxDigital Links: - http://tuxdigital.com - http://tuxdigital.com/patreon - http://michaeltunnell.com - https://visuex.com ---------------------------------- Segment Index: 00:47 = LibreOffice 6th Aniversary - https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2018/02/15/libreoffice-6-0-stats-far/ 01:17 = Nuclear Music Player - http://nuclear.gumblert.tech 02:16 = Tizonia Music Player - http://tizonia.org 03:14 = Amarok Music Player - https://phabricator.kde.org/D10526 03:53 = Netflix 1080p Working on Linux! - https://github.com/truedread/netflix-1080p 05:12 = Linux 4.16 Development News - http://lkml.iu.edu/hypermail/linux/kernel/1802.1/02325.html 07:04 = dtrace for Linux - https://gnu.wildebeest.org/blog/mjw/2018/02/14/dtrace-for-linux-oracle-does-the-right-thing/ 09:04 = KDE Plasma USB Attack Vulnerability - https://www.kde.org/info/security/ 10:57 = Hiding Neon LTS Edition - https://blog.neon.kde.org/index.php/2018/02/12/hiding-neon-lts-edition/ 13:31 = IPFire 2.19-core118 - https://www.ipfire.org 14:54 = Canonical Corner - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2018-February/040139.html 22:39 = Linux Lite 3.8 - https://www.linuxliteos.com/forums/release-announcements/linux-lite-3-8-beta-released/ 24:19 = Solus 4 Updates - https://solus-project.com/2018/02/14/plasma-and-solus-4-updates/ 25:29 = Zevenet 5.0 Community - https://www.zevenet.com/products/community/ 26:53 = Update to Linux Gaming Show Question 28:03 = Future of Wine Staging - https://wine-staging.com/news/2018-02-17-future-wine-staging.html 30:30 = Nintendo Switch Running KDE Plasma - https://mobile.twitter.com/fail0verflow/status/964954316892119040 31:32 = Rise of the Tomb Raider for Linux - https://www.feralinteractive.com/en/news/849/ 32:47 = LinuxBoot - https://www.linuxboot.org/ 33:37 = 2018 Google Summer of Code (GSoC) - https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/organizations 35:20 = Librem 5 Progress Report - https://puri.sm/posts/librem5-progress-report-5/ 37:37 = Telegram Zero-Day Vulnerability - https://www.kaspersky.com/about/press-releases/2018_hackers-exploited-telegram-messenger-zero-day-vulnerability 38:30 = Google Chrome: HTTP Sites "not secure" - https://www.welivesecurity.com/2018/02/12/http-websites-marked-google-chrome/
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