This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re going to be talking about hardware gadgets you may have never heard about, but will have you screaming “take my money”. Then we will be discussing the great Debian debate of 2022. Plus, we have our tips/tricks and software picks. All this and more coming up right now on Destination Linux to keep those penguins marching!
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- 00:00:00 = Welcome to DL 290
- 00:00:51 = Community Feedback ( https://tuxdigital.com/contact )
- 00:08:28 = 7 Linux Gadgets You Might Not Know About
- The PineCube from Pine64
- Pinecil from Pine64
- MyCroft Mark II
- Onion Omega2
- Mini Pupper
- Nybble (Robo Kitty)
- Mavizen TTX02
- JingPad A1
- 00:31:06 = 2 Bonus Linux Gadgets
- 00:35:41 = “Holidays are right around the corner”
- 00:36:58 = The Greatest Segue EVER!!!
- 00:38:54 = The Great Debian Debate of 2022
- 00:53:03 = Linux Gaming: Axiom Verge 2
- 00:56:07 = Software Spotlight: Penpot
- 00:58:50 = Tip of the Week: the “more” command
- 01:01:09 = Linux Events: Happy 25th Birthday GNOME!!!
- 01:03:43 = Muffins vs Cupcakes The Other Great Debate of 2022
- 01:04:03 = Join us LIVE! ( tuxdigital.com/live )
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- 01:07:54 = Outro
Michael, you are awful and you don’t like Free Software.
(He likes Libre Software.)
(He’s also pretty ok.)
The funny thing about the free vs libre debate from my point of view is the word “libre” means “free as in free beer” here in the Philippines so the term won’t work here. It can mean freedom but it’s very rarely used in that context.
I’m still catching-up on shows but seeing this reference to Debian, couldn’t resist hopping onto the relevant section – Debian Stable having been my daily driver for approaching ten years now.
I find option 3 most attractive: both versions labelled official, one labelled with additional drivers needed that are non-free, and possibly required for newer hardware (and yes, I also agree adopting Libre as a preferred term, and that this would take a long time to change).
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