DLN Xtend is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes.
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On this episode of DLN Xtend, we introduce two new hosts. While also talking about how one area of Linux that might not interest us, can still have an affect on the parts we do care about. While also seeing what the hosts have been up too.
DLN Xtend Episode 20: Eric tests Ubuntu, Deepin and EndeavourOS. Nate updates an ancient install of openSUSE and takes the PinePhone plunge. Discussion on consumer right to repair and the art of troubleshooting.
DLN Xtend Episode 19: Nate tries out some OBS Plugins, Eric continues the search for the right video editor, an update on Folding@Home, limiting Internet usage for children, and Linux Mint Debian Edition.
DLN Xtend Episode 17: Nate tests FreeOffice, Eric learns Kdenlive, KOReader document viewer, new AMD vulnerability, find open source alternatives at Opensource.Builders, the Linux for Everyone Alan Pope interview, and using a tablet to control OBS.
This week we discuss helping new Linux users get started, more Linux audio with JACK and Reaper, PinePhone Braveheart and UBports, rolling vs. fixed releases, and finally negativity around proprietary software and dual booting.
This week we discuss using a home VPN server, JACK audio, DLN's DigitalOcean sponsorship, feedback from the AppImageLauncher developer, community testing the PinePhone, FreeCAD, KDE Plasma 5.18, PC cooling, and ProtonCalendar.
This week we talk Linux laptop brands, Linux tablets, DLN's latest game night, Linux user groups, Hayden Barnes of Canonical on WSL and Microsoft, and Dustin Krysak of Ubuntu Budgie and giving back to FOSS.