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The Linux Link Tech Show
 
A podcast for the new Linux user
 
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google goes down in the east, cpap weekly episode 2, ubuntu 19.04By dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
google goes down in the east, cpap weekly episode 2, ubuntu 19.04By techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
3d printing, Linux kernel 5.0, all sorts of good stuffBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
3d printing, Linux kernel 5.0, all sorts of good stuffBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
3d printing, home automation, pine64 devices, capital meatsBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
3d printing, home automation, pine64 devices, capital meatsBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
nas, galaxy fold, storage, funBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
nas, galaxy fold, storage, funBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
stuffBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
stuffBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
pinebook pro, pinetab, arm based linux, 3d printingBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
pinebook pro, pinetab, arm based linux, 3d printingBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
marvel unlimited review, 3d printing, threethirtyBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
marvel unlimited review, 3d printing, threethirtyBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
tablets and laptops, kturtle, gcomprisBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
tablets and laptops, kturtle, gcomprisBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
chromebooks why, ces gaming laptops, gamesBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
chromebooks why, ces gaming laptops, gamesBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
joes server, digital comic books, solr indexing, rabbitmq, single boardBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
In this, the last Linux Reality episode: I bring back some old audio clips, fire up one last listener tip, play a bunch of audio comments, and then take a few minutes to say thanks. I mentioned the reasons for ending the show in Episode 96 but now I would like to say thank you, everybody, for a great ride. It's been a great two years. This site ...…
 
In this episode: I take a few minutes to revisit The Slackware Linux Project, and discuss some of the great resources available to Slackware users, such as the LinuxQuestions.org Slackware official support forum, Slackwiki.org, Slackbook.org, and Slackbasics.org. I also talk about Slackware package management, how to use SlackBuild scripts such ...…
 
In this episode: a generalized discussion of shell scripts with some basic examples of how they can be useful. Here are some additional resources: online slide presentation; Shell Scripting Tutorial; Quick Guide to Writing Scripts; UNIX Shell Scripting.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: an overview of a few games for adults and kids alike that work great in Linux: Quake 2, Quake 3, OpenArena, Unreal Tournament, Return to Castle Wolfenstein, FreeCiv, LinCity, LinCity-NG, Micropolis, OpenTTD, Frozen-Bubble, Enigma, Fillets-NG, Pingus, Neverball, Neverputt, Supertux, Abe's Amazing Adventure, Secret Maryo Chronicl ...…
 
In this episode: I take a few minutes to talk about the last two years of Linux Reality, and also announce the upcoming end of the show. There will be a few more episodes of good Linuxy topics and then the podcast will end at episode 100.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: three Listener Tips, three audio feedbacks, and tons and tons of email. Extra notes are located here.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this guest episode: Charles Olsen discusses various applications and tools for writers that are available in Linux.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: an interview with author Nathan Lowell, in which we discuss his four science fiction novels, Quarter Share, Half Share, Full Share, and South Coast, technology, artists and authors releasing their works for free, and his use of Linux. All of Nathan Lowell's books are available on Podiobooks.com.…
 
In this guest episode: Klaatu, from The Bad Apples podcast, returns and provides a great overview and explanation of the digital audio workstation application, Ardour.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: welcome to 2008; great audiobooks by Nathan Lowell, including Quarter Share, Half Share, Full Share, and South Coast, all available at Podiobooks.com; Hacker Public Radio; the KDE Release Event at the Google Campus in Mountain View, CA; a review of Absolute FreeBSD by Michael W. Lucas.…
 
In this episode: a recap of the past year and my thanks to you for a great 2007; two audio Listener Tips; audio and email listener feedback; a special treat at the end.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: an interview with Paul Asadoorian and Larry Pesce of the Pauldotcom Security Weekly Podcast in which we discuss a variety of issues related to Linux and security; some of the topics and sites highlighted include: the podcast wiki; Paul and Larry's book Linksys WRT54G Ultimate Hacking; SANS Institute; Web-based iptables script g ...…
 
In this mini-episode: a short discussion of the 2007 Project Donation Page and a request that, in the spirit of the holidays, Linux Reality listeners consider making a small donation to any free or open source project of their choosing.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: an interview with Cory Jaeger, Network Manager at D.C. Everest School District about Linux and open source software in education; three audio Listener Tips, one on Gutsy Gibbon tweaks, one on changing hypertext links in OpenOffice.org, and another on recording with command line tools such as sox. Extra notes are located here.…
 
In this episode: the Cowon D2; 2007 Project Donations; a Listener Tip on finding your public ip address; lots of listener email feedback.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: a new Linux podcast called Linux Basement; a discussion of various fun command line topics, including how to use a different interactive shell, such as Zsh (more information here and here), a look at the great mail user agent, Mutt, and combining Irssi with Bip for text-based IRC (great article here); a Listener Tip on creating ...…
 
In this shortened episode: a brief discussion of my upgrades and installs of the newest release of Ubuntu Linux, 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon; Listener Tip on the bash shell's double-exclamation point history operator; email feedback.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this guest episode: Part 2 of Richard Querin's discussion of Inkscape; a Listener Tip on dmidecode; audio and email listener feedback.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this guest episode: a new old toy in my household; rootbsd.net, a provider of FreeBSD-based Virtual Private Servers; then, Richard Querin, who co-maintains the Screencasters site with video tutorials, presents the first part of a two part series on the vector graphics editor, Inkscape; a Listener Tip on lspci by Verbal; lots of listener emai ...…
 
In this guest episode: Duncan Macneil discusses a variety of issues regarding audio in Linux, including device drivers, recording applications, and cleaning up audio files in Audacity; Listener Tip on a list of free shell accounts; email feedback.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this guest episode: Klaatu from The Bad Apples podcast gives a great introduction to The GNU Image Manipulation Program, also known as The GIMP. You can view and download the source files mentioned in the podcast at http://www.thebadapples.info/linuxreality.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: a recap of the Ohio Linux Fest; a Listener Tip; audio and email feedback, including a mention of the fiction of James Viscosi. [Note: For some reason, the audio levels got a bit messed up for this one. Sorry!]By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: Ohio Linux Fest update; a discussion of various RSS readers including Liferea, RSSOwl, Straw, Blam, Akregator, Sage, Evolution-RSS plugin, Google Reader, Bloglines, Netvibes, My Yahoo, Feed on Feeds, and RNews.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: a great sci-fi/horror podiobook, "Crescent"; two great short-story podcasts, "Escape Pod" with independent fiction mostly in the sci-fi and fantasy genres, and "Pseudopod" which focuses on horror; a discussion of fonts and font configuration in Linux, with helpful resources available here, here, and here.…
 
In this episode: contest and guest podcasts; a discussion about certain considerations to take into account when partitioning a hard drive for a Linux install, and then a talk about various Linux filesystems, including Ext2, Ext3, ReiserFS, XFS, JFS, Ext4, Reiser4, and ZFS; audio and email listener feedback.…
 
In this episode: OReilly discount code for Linux Reality listeners available on the LR website; a new Linux Reality contest where one can win a listener-donated book, LPI Certification in a Nutshell, for the best audio Listener Tip sent in between now and the end of November; a new podcast client I am developing in Python; petition to open sour ...…
 
In this episode: an interview with the host of the BSDTalk Podcast, Will Backman, in which we talk about the history of the BSD's, including FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, DragonflyBSD, PC-BSD, and DesktopBSD, and discuss some of the goals and features of these projects.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: a brief talk about some desktop software, including Openbox, Conky, and the ttm Tint Task Manager; audio Listener Tip; lots and lots of listener feedback.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: an interview with Keith Watson, a blind systems administrator, in which we talk about accessibility issues in computer operating systems and about accessibility technologies in Linux, including Speakup and Orca.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: no episode next week; an interview with John Rundag, technology coordinator for an Ohio school district; Listener Tip on static ip addresses using DHCP; audio and email listener feedback, including one on using Twitter for software updates.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
In this episode: a discussion of an advanced Linux distribution, Arch Linux, including some hints and tips on getting Arch Linux installed and how to update and configure the system; Listener Tip; audio and email feedback.By linuxreality@gmail.com (Chess Griffin).
 
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