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Linux PulseAudio Doesn’t Suck | For The Record

Linux PulseAudio Doesn’t Suck (that much). Despite what you may hear elsewhere, there are aspects of PulseAudio that make it pretty ¬†interesting. PulseAudio seen here on Ubuntu MATE 16.04 for example, ¬†provides a ton of useful functionality. (Link fixed) Support us: https://www.patreon.com/freedompenguin – PulseAudio Volume Control (pavucontrol): https://freedesktop.org/software/pulseaudio/pavucontrol/ – PulseAudio Preferences (paprefs): https://freedesktop.org/software/pulseaudio/paprefs/ – PulseAudio… Read more »

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Linux Users Discuss DRM 1 on 1 – Unleaded Hangout

Linux Users Discuss DRM. Today my Brandon and I discuss encrypted media extensions, digital rights management and our freedom on the Linux desktop. So join Brandon and I as we as Linux Users Discuss DRM. – Join us at https://www.patreon.com/freedompenguin

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Linux Market Share Is Stupid | For The Record

Will the Linux market share even reach 5%? Should we consider Chrome OS a successful example of Linux on the desktop? I ask these questions and discuss the recent revelation that data tracking for Linux usage isn’t always that accurate.

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Brutal Legend on Ubuntu MATE

Today I solicit help from the YouTube chat room (in my LIVE stream) for help playing Brutal Legend. I’ve made it up to just before meeting with Ozzy. Thankfully, the chat room offers up helpful advice that gets me farther than ever before! This video was streamed on YouTube Live in front of a very… Read more »

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Linux Subsonic Demo | For The Record

In part 3 of my continuing series on reducing dependencies on streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Kindle books and more, today I talk about breaking my streaming music habit in favor of using a local server running Subsonic. +Support us: https://www.patreon.com/freedompenguin

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Family Tech Support | Unleaded Hangout

In this episode of Unleaded, my Patreon supporters discuss family tech support. Do they offer it, if so, how and do they support Linux? Those that don’t offer tech support, why not? All this and more! (Forgive the rough audio – AC running)

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Linux Plex Box Demo | For The Record

In part 2 of my continuing series on reducing dependencies on streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Kindle books and more, today I talk about how I use Plex to make my local video content more accessible. This includes some TV shows and movies I have on DVD.