This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re going to be giving you our take on the latest Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and which flavors we liked the most. Then we’re going to discuss some impressive KDE Plasma mobile enhancements. Plus we’ve also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. All of this and so much more this week on Destination Linux. So whether you’re brand new to Linux and open source or a guru of sudo. This is the podcast for you.
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- 00:00:00 = Welcome to DL 276
- 00:00:42 = Reminder to visit TuxDigital.com for more content
- 00:01:09 = What Jill Has Been Up To This Week
- 00:08:33 = Michael messes with Ryan “Alexa play Destination Linux”
- 00:12:05 = Community Feedback (send us feedback)
- 00:18:41 = Michael is getting good at segues
- 00:19:05 = DigitalOcean: Cloud Platform ( https://do.co/tux2022 )
- 00:20:25 = Our Takes On Trying Ubuntu 22.04 & the Ubuntu Flavours
- 00:59:40 = Ryan showing his segue skills
- 00:59:56 = Bitwarden Password Manager ( https://bitwarden.com/tux )
- 01:01:42 = News: KDE Plasma Mobile Gear 22.04 Released
- 01:06:43 = Linux Gaming: Citrus Rampage
- 01:11:11 = Software Spotlight: Glow (Markdown App)
- 01:13:16 = Tip of the Week: NetStat
- 01:14:41 = Linux Events: Announcement about DL at SCALE 2022!
- 01:17:02 = Outro
Tip of the Week
What is netstat? It’s the combination of the words network and statistics. It allows you to get information on your various network connections and is quite powerful with a lot of different switches you can combine and use to gain various insights. It’s also considered an essential tool for troubleshooting networks, so it’s good to learn. You will need to install net-tools in order to use this command. Today we’re going to give you a few switches worth checking out on your home computer.
netstat -a – will list all ports and connections regardless of their state or protocol
netstat -at – if you just want to list all TCP ports
netstat -au – if you want to list all UDP ports
netstat -i – To see transactions receiving and transferring packets in the kernel interface table
There are many more powerful switches to use here so check out netstat.