10 Reasons Why I Use Linux. While my choice of Linux distros may vary, my decision to remain with popular Linux distros as a platform is stronger than ever. Today I talk about my top 10 reasons why I use Linux exclusively. Linux only updates when I choose. I can choose the Linux distro layout,… Read more »
elementary os 5 Juno first look. What’s working, what’s not and what happens to be brand new with elementary os. This first look at elementary os 5 Juno includes some things to make upgrading a little easier, suggestions for the next release and list of features I think are simply fantastic.Get elementary OS – https://elementary.io/… Read more »
Linux NVENC OBS Screen Capture. How does it compare to a USB hardware capture device? With select NVIDIA cards and a NVIDIA modern driver for Linux, my OBS installation is able to take advantage of GPU video capturing. OBS – https://obsproject.com/ NVIDIA SDK – https://developer.nvidia.com/nvidia-video-codec-sdk#Download Getting OBS to recognize NVENC/hardware encoding – https://gist.github.com/wizd3m/115df8a24eb80271a065196e914d1f75 Problematic HDMI… Read more »
Linux Accessibility For The Visually Impaired. I received a comment from Milton asking me about text to speech options in Linux. He also wanted to know what I recommended for audio dictation under Linux. The first option is indeed, using FoSS awesomeness. However the later relies on Google’s Web Speech API. Also, here is that… Read more »
Quest For The Perfect Linux Distro. Today the gang and I discuss what we’d like to see in the perfect Linux distro or any OS for that matter. Additionally, we also discuss what we really would love to see improved and can’t believe in 2018 remains a problem even to this day. Join the Hangouts,… Read more »
Linux Gaming With Valve Proton. The chat room and I discuss the development of a WINE port called Proton. Designed to allow Windows games to run on Linux with Steam, I share my experiences with it and provide a working demo as well. (Just a note. AC was running during the video. So yes, there… Read more »
Linux Snappy, Flatpak, and AppImage. Which is best and how do they differ? Does it matter? This article I did recently on Datamation is a good place to get started and helps shed some light on the differences between Snappy, Flatpak, and AppImage for Linux. Article mentioned – https://www.datamation.com/open-source/linux-solutions-snappy-flatpak-and-appimage.html
Tips For Linux Newcomers. Today the Hangout crew share some of their early lessons on what to be aware of when starting out with Linux. Follow these getting started tips, you’re going to save yourself a lot of frustration.
10 Linux Apps I Can’t Live Without. Yes, I forgot to switch scenes during LibreOffice and Kdenlive because allergy meds brain. However, the applications are must haves for my workflow. What about you? Which Linux apps are must haves for you? 1) LibreOffice (https://extensions.libreoffice.org/templates) (LibreOffice,View, Icon Style) 2) GIMP (use Krita for cmyk https://docs.krita.org/en/user_manual/soft_proofing.html) 3)… Read more »
This is the US campaign. EU campaign is located at the link below. https://teespring.com/linux-works-for-you_eu#pid=389&cid=100026&sid=front. Linux allows YOUR computer to work for you, not against you. Wearing this shirt/hoodie demonstrates to all who see it that you are not a slave to your PC. You are in control and Linux is the reason for this.