Episode 16 | This Week in Linux

We say goodbye to Linux Journal. We’ll revisit the idea of using search engines on the command line. For Desktop Environments, Unity received a long awaited maintenance update and KDE issued their future goals for the project. In Linux Gaming, news for a PSP Emulator, the Ataribox and a Linux powered GameBoy-like portable handheld console. Then we’ll check out the latest Distro news with Linux Mint 18.3 and a new Arch based distro that has a lot of Swag. All that and much more.

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Segment Index

  • 00:51 = Linux Journal Ceases Publication · [link]
  • 02:34 = Search DuckDuckGo from the Command Line · [link]
  • 04:08 = LibreOffice on Flathub & 6.0 Beta · [link]
  • 05:21 = Flatpak: Stateless Systems & Native Themes · [link]
  • 08:41 = Mozilla’s Open Source Speech Recognition · [link]
  • 10:20 = Joplin: Open-Source Evernote Alternative · [link]
  • 11:58 = Linux Mint 18.3 “Sylvia” Released · [link]
  • 15:29 = Deepin 15.5 Linux OS Released · [link]
  • 16:41 = Lakka 2.1 Retro Gaming Distro · [link]
  • 18:33 = SwagArch 17.12 Released · [link]
  • 19:24 = Tech Companies try to Fix Licensing Issues · [link]
  • 21:31 = KDE’s Goals for 2018 and Beyond · [link]
  • 23:14 = Unity DE Update Coming to Ubuntu 16.04 LTS · [link]
  • 24:21 = PPSSPP v1.5.3 · [link]
  • 25:23 = Ataribox’s Joystick Revealed · [link]
  • 26:21 = NVIDIA Confirmed Driver Bug · [link]
  • 27:28 = Concerns of Open Source in Game Industry · [link]
  • 30:40 = System76 to Disable Intel ME · [link]
  • 32:09 = GameShell: Linux-based Retro Gaming Console · [link]
  • 34:29 = Apple’s File-System Linux Driver Announced · [link]
  • 37:57 = Outro

 

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