On this episode of Destination Linux (354), Frank Karlitschek of Nextcloud joins us for an interview at the Ubuntu Summit to discuss Nextcloud, the importance of self-hosting, Open Source, KDE, and more.

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Chapters:

00:00 Destination Linux 354 Intro
00:26 Community Feedback
04:20 NAMECHEAP – [ link ]
05:18 Interview Frank Karlitschek from Nextcloud
30:47 LINBIT – [ link ]
32:05 Gaming: Cosmic Carnage Prologue – [ link ]
35:44 Software Spotlight: Impression – [ link ]
37:04 Tips and Tricks: Community Feedback
40:31 Events
42:04 Outro

Tip of the Week

apropos -s 1 “” | shuf -n 1

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“Hello everyone! love the show. Been a Linux user for a little bit now and I get lots of tips and tricks from you guys. I wanted to share a trick I recently started using to learn commands/tools/stuff. There are so many commands and functions that I would feel overwhelmed learning about them. I came across the apropos command using the -s 1 “” when using that options you will see tons of output and their definitions. This is where your anxiety starts. BUT if you pipe that into the shuf command followed by -n 1 it will output one random command with the brief definition. The full command would be apropos -s 1 “” | shuf -n 1 I then put this in my bashrc start up so when I log into the system it will output one of those random commands. I will then take that one output and make it my mission to know everything I can about it by the end of the day. (if its something I already know, I will run the command until I see something new) Hope someone finds this helpful. Keep marching!”

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  1. Confused about the apropos parameters. The one’s given in the program notes don’t work. But this seems to: apropos -s 1 ‘’ | shuf -n 1

    OK, so you need the double quotes when adding the command to your .bashrc. But as a command line alone, you have to use single quotes.

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