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On this episode of Destination Linux, we have Stuart Langridge as our Guest Host he helps us cover some highly debated topics and the Interview with Ikey Doherty of Lispy Snake (formerly of Solus)
While Metro Exodus was exclusive to the Epic Games Store for a while, it later went live on Google Stadia (which is Debian Linux) and today it's finally available on Steam. It also appears to be coming to the Linux desktop with news on that due soon.
DLN Xtend, Linux Kernel 5.5, Solus 4.1, Tails 4.2, Kali Linux, elementary OS, Sudo Bug, Pine64 HardROCK64, PinePhone, Canonical Anbox Cloud, Kdenlive, RawTherapee, Kubuntu Focus, WINE, Proton & more
CodeWeavers and Valve today released the big one many have been waiting for! Proton 5.0 for Steam Play is now live.
Two quick bits of Steam news to cover this wonderful Monday morning. As expected, Steam does still appear to be growing.
It would appear that Google is working to bring official Steam support to its Linux-based Chrome OS operating system for supported Chromebook devices.
Valve are definitely up to something. For a little while, Valve developer Pierre-Loup Griffais has been tweaking steamcompmgr, the SteamOS session compositing window manager.
Recently, a Valve developer revived steamcompmgr (the SteamOS compositing and window manager) and renamed it to Gamescope. They've now given some more info on what it actually does for Linux.
openEuler, New Firefox 72 Released, Linus Say No To ZFS In Kernel, New Dell Linux Laptop, Nvidia Wakes Up
Topics covered in this episode:
Elitism in Linux aka “Linux Snobbery”
Linux Mint vs Ubuntu Cinnamon Discussion from Episode 153
KDE Plasma Settings Backup & Deployment
Valve just recently put out the latest big new build of their SteamVR platform, with something to be aware of if you're on Linux.
Ubuntu Releases User Survey, Ubuntu Cinnamon, Microsoft Teams Out For Linux, Canonical Sponsors WSL Conference?, Upstream Graphics Too Little Too Late, Type Knight
Mozilla, Intel, fastly, and Red Hat Form the Bytecode Alliance, Kdenlive 19.08.3, Volla Phone, Google Project Nightingale, Linux Feels Slower - because it is, Shovel Knight, Helvetii Coming To Linux
PinePhone Pre-Orders, AMD Announces Latest Threadripper & Ryzen CPUs, openSUSE on Name Change, Ubuntu, elementary OS, Steam Containers / Cloud Gaming, Microsoft Edge, Google Stadia, Chrome OS, & more
With Linux app mode enabled, you can now play your favorite Steam games on Chromebook. Here is how you can easily install Steam on Chromebook.
The Steam pipes are leaking over at Valve again, as an upcoming feature called Remote Play Together is coming during the week of October 21.
Almost time to begin another week full of news, before we do let's run over a few interesting happenings recently.
On DL141 CentOS Stream, Fedora 31 Better Multimedia Codec Support, Endeavour OS Release, Oracle Builds Super Computer with Pi, Shotwell Patent Trolls, Xbox/Windows Exclusivity Stance, Broken Lines RPG
Linus Approves Kernel 'Lockdown' Feature, Red Hat Announces CentOS Stream, GNOME Foundation Sued By "Patent Troll", Purism Releases Video Demos of Librem 5, Ubuntu Reveals Plan for 32-bit & more!
On DL140 - Linux Kernel 5.3 Released, Oracle Autonomous Linux, Stallman Resigns, AMD Epyc Processors Break World Records, Microsoft Employee Reaches Out, The Great Geometric Multiverse Tour.
Valve and CodeWeavers have once again updated Steam Play Proton as they react quickly to issues that appear. This open source compatibility layer for Linux is progressing very nicely.
While not available for Linux, No Man's Sky can be run through Steam Play and it appears Hello Games continue to keep an eye on it.
Okay, not exactly gaming news but good to see anyway. Krita, the high quality FOSS painting program now has a Linux version available on Steam.
On DL 138 Gnome 3.34 Drops This Week, Super Grub2 Disk 2.04s1 Released, Firefox 69 Released, Purism Librem 5 Shipping, Chromebooks Targeting The Enterprise, Phantom 3D Coming To Linux
According to the now traditional schedule, Akademy 2019 started with two days of conference talks. Hosted by unixMIB at the University of Milano-Bicocca in Milan, Italy, the central conference of the KDE community attracted more than a hundred attendees during this past weekend. Many of them were attending Akademy for the first time ever, which is always a reason to celebrate.
on DL137 - An interview with Emma Marshall of System76; Microsoft Brings exFAT to Linux; Pinebook Pro Available Now; Gamepad Support Comes To Linux In Steam Proton; Software Spotlight and Tips & Tricks.
Simon Steinbei? of Xfce, Dalton Durst of UBports, KDE Applications, CutiePi Open Source Tablet, Huawei To Create Open Source Foundation, Rust Removes Linux Support, Stranded Deep Survival Game Fix
What’s the one game keeping you a dual booter? Maybe it’s PUBG, or Rainbow Six: Siege? Maybe it used to be Overwatch? For me, that game was Elite Dangerous, and one year on from Proton’s release, I have a story to tell.
Sparky Linux 2019.8, Xfce 4.14, LibreOffice 6.3, FFMPEG 4.2, Phoronix RX5700, Huawei New OpenSource OS, Martin Wimpress on Snaps, Linux Journal Says Goodbye…Again, Nvidia Coming Around? Space Mercs.
How to get started using Python's asyncio.
When a platform exclusive game is announced, for Windows users this is the difference between buying/playing via one store or launcher vs. another, but for a Linux user, it's a whole other bag.
If you want more control when playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, you can create your own CS:GO server on Linux rather than using Steam's server.
News briefs for July 25, 2019.
Endeavour OS, Deepin 15.11, OnlyOffice 5.3, Ubuntu Mate 19.10 Alpha GPD MicroPC, Pinebook Pro Pre-orders, Silverblue, Gnome Extension With Malware, Google Stadia, Steam Sale Apollo 11
On this episode of This Week in Linux, AMD releases BIOS fix for the Linux booting issue, IBM closes on the landmark acquisition of Red Hat,
and Ubuntu announces that Ubuntu LTS users will be getting the latest nvidia drivers much more easily.......................
Debian 10, Linux Kernel 5.2, Pi 4 more Flaws, AMD News, System 76 Thelio and AMD, Nvidia Responds, Ubuntu Snaps, Red Hat & IBM Merge, Valve Rolls Out Steam Labs, Valve Early Access Dota Underlords
News briefs for July 12, 2019.
Linux 5.2, Debian 10, Pinebook Pro, Mageia 7, Whonix 15, GRUB 2.04, Valve wants Testers, Linux Mint, NVidia, AMD, Rocket League, GNOME, 10 Years of Zorin & GamingOnLinux.com on TWinL73
Raspberry Pi 4, Ubuntu Keeps 32bit Libs, Steam Summer Sale, Firefox, Kodi, Drawpile, Microsoft wants access to private Linux mailing list, PS3 Emulator for Linux, Humble Bundle & more on TWinL 72!
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a BIG announcement from Ubuntu to talk about that is bound to be polarizing. We’re also going to cover some other Distro News from OpenMandriva, Alpine Linux, openSUSE, EndeavourOS, and Regolith Linux. Then we’re going to check out some Hardware News from Pine64 for the Pinebook Pro and Slimbook’s new All in One PC. Later in the show we’ll take a look at some news from CERN, Netflix, Huawei, Mattermost, Wayfire (Wayland compositor), and more!
On DL127 PC LinuxOS 2019.06, Linux Kernel 5.3, Shotcut 19.06, New Slimbook, Thinkpad P, Enviro+, Is it time to back Wayland, Google Stadia, Lonely Planet and more.
News briefs for June 28, 2019.
Video: But, the gaming company isn't happy with Canonical and will try to work closer with other Linux distributors.
After the recent upset caused by Canonical's plan to drop 32bit support in Ubuntu, then to turn around and change their plan due to the uproar caused by it, Valve now have a full statement out about their future support of Linux gaming.
32-bit binaries will still run, says Canonical, but it may not be good enough for key apps. Canonical's decision to cease development of 32-bit libraries in Ubuntu 19.10 "eoan" means it won't support Steam gaming runtime and devs say the Wine compatibility layer for running Windows apps will be little use.…
32-bit software should be functionally obsolete, but it turns out to live on in a 64-bit computing world. So, Canonical is putting 32-bit libraries back in to its next Ubuntu Linux releases.
32-bit binaries will still run, insists Canonical, but it may not be good enough for key apps. Canonical's decision to cease development of 32-bit libraries in Ubuntu 19.10 "eoan" means it won't support Steam gaming runtime and devs say the Wine compatibility layer for running Windows apps will be little use.…
Valve developer Pierre-Loup Griffais working on Steam for Linux announced that they will drop support for the upcoming Ubuntu 19.10 release, as well as future Ubuntu Linux releases.
One of the downsides of dropping 32 bit support.
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