Destination Linux is a weekly conversational podcast about sharing our passion for Linux & Open Source. Destination Linux is a show for all experience levels, whether you’re a beginner to Linux or a Master Sudoer so you'll enjoy great content like the latest news, discussions, gaming on Linux and fantastic unique in-depth interviews hosted by Ryan, Michael and Noah. Website: https://destinationlinux.org | Network: https://destinationlinux.network
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to discuss why being a supporter of open source does not mean that you are anti-commercial. Later in the show, we’re going to go on a Treasure Hunt in Jill’s silicon world of wonders and hardware museum!
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to have some fun with customizing your Linux desktop. We’ll tell you about how each of us customize our Linux computers and give you ideas on how you can modify your own systems. Later in the show,
Today we want to dive into the topic of browsers. Browsers are a crucial part of any PC experience today whether corporate or on the desktop. Yet, the competition for alternatives to Chrome are growing smaller by the year.
This week we are joined by Dr. Gerald Pfeifer, the Chief Technology Officer of SUSE and Chairman of the openSUSE Board for an interview about SUSE, openSUSE & his journey in Linux. Later in the show, we’re also covering Ubuntu’s new fluttering Desktop ...
Many dream of starting their own business one day. Well this week we’re going to have some fun and plan out our own start-up company using only open-source software. Whether you have your own business or plan to start one in the future,
You’ve heard us talk about Matrix and Mastodon along with many other decentralized services but what does that actually mean and why does it matter? Well this week, we’re going to deep dive into the various Fediverses to answer those questions.
After last weeks discussion in the after show about Gnome 40 and some of the interface changes being made, we couldn’t help but compare those changes to one of the most beloved operating system of it’s time. In this episode,
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to bust some myths as we talk about some Linux Misconceptions. Then we’re going to review some information on openSUSE and review the interesting facts revealed in it’s most recent community poll.
This week on Destination Linux, we’re going to discuss our new years resolutions BUT for Linux and open source in 2021 . . . we’re also going to head to Jill’s museum of computers on a treasure hunt through her stash of technology. Then we will,
This week we’re going to be looking back on 2020 to end out this ‘most interesting’ year. While 2020 is a year many of us want to forget, from an open-source standpoint there are still plenty of exciting things that took place we’re going to cover in t...