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Going Linux

Larry Bushey and Bill Smith

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Once you become aware that there is a dependable, secure, capable, and modern computer system that rivals all others in popularity and actual use, you will want to try the Linux operating system on your computer. Perhaps you've been using a member of the Unix/Linux family - Linux, Android, ChromeOS, BSD or even OSX - for quite a while. If so, you are likely looking for new ways to optimize your technology for the way you work. Going Linux is for computer users who just want to use Linux to g ...
 
Operating an exterior and roof cleaning company is equally rewarding and challenging. Join Adam Hinesley, owner of Champion SoftWash, as he interviews SoftWash Systems in-network veterans and Pro Staff members every other week to talk about the "Soft" side of operating a pressure washing business in this unofficial SoftWash Systems In-Network podcast. Each episode contains powerful information to help you grow your pressure washing business, offers amazing insight into the SoftWash Systems n ...
 
Dedicated to improvement, the life sciences industry has a mandate to improve the quality and safety of human life. Every day, innovations and breakthroughs happen around the world. With rapid changes happening, it’s no wonder that awareness and perspectives are crucial for healthcare professionals. This helps them focus on patients and play their roles effectively and efficiently. If you want to stay ahead and get informed, join Gaurav Kandhari here on Life Sciences Value Share. He shares a ...
 
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In today’s episode we provide a way to enable your "switch screens" key on your Ubuntu MATE laptop. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #413 · Screen Switching on Ubuntu MATE 03:04 Setting up multiple displays 04:24 Setting up 05:18 Preparing to write the script 06:29 Writing the script 09:09 Assigning the keyboard shortcut 10:53 goinglinux.com, …
 
The demands of the healthcare system are ever-increasing because of evolving diseases and medications. The oncology commercial sector must also undergo changes if it hopes to cope with such significant shifts. In this first part of a series, Gaurav Kandhari taps industry leader and pharma executive Michelle Werner to talk about the right way to edu…
 
Bill’s laptop is in computer hospital. Our listeners have suggestions, answers, and feedback on Office file formats, running Wine and Crossover, using AppImages, gaming on Linux and more. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #412 · Listener Feedback 01:13 Computer hospital 03:27 Sean: Suggestions via voicemail 17:14 Jim: Microsoft Office save form…
 
We find out that Ubuntu’s website isn’t accessible before you pass the warning about cookies. We discuss the latest Linux distribution... from Microsoft! Our listeners ask questions and make comments. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #411 · Listener Feedback 01:43 David: Switching between interim and long term support releases 10:05 Mike: Prin…
 
One of the many reasons people resist switching to an Open Source operating system (Linux) is a need to use the Microsoft Office suite. In this episode we discuss some of the most popular ways of running an office suite on Linux short of running a full copy of Windows and Office in a virtual machine. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #410 · 4 W…
 
Bill quits Manjaro and comments on documentation. We get more feedback on the Pinebook Pro, questions about browsers, and an additional alternative to LastPass. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #409 · Listener Feedback 01:18 Bill ends his grand Manjaro adventure 08:35 Nate: A new listener question 14:04 Michael: The Pinebook Pro 23:13 Liz: Com…
 
There are over 100 alternatives to the most popular password manager, LastPass. We review the top 4 and recommend the best. We review 1Password, Bitwarden, KeePass, and KeePassXC. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #408 · Password Managers for Linux 01:20 The need for long, complex, and secure passwords 02:19 The trouble with LastPass 03:19 Alte…
 
Our listeners talk about Laptops for Linux: Dell Latitude E557, Pinebook Pro, and Juno Computers, we hear about Strawberry music player, Garuda Linux and a WTF moment. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #407 · Listener Feedback 00:58 Waiting for the Ubuntus 02:17 Liz: About the Dell Latitude E557 with Manjaro 04:23 Liz: Manjaro experience 06:44 …
 
Our listeners are FANTASTIC! We mentioned in our episode related to hardware designed to run Linux that neither of us has had any experience with the Pinebook Pro. We ask for feedback from any listeners who have used the Pinebook Pro. So they wrote reviews. Here they are. Thanks to Tim and Stacey for all the work they put into these reviews. Episod…
 
Larry is getting ready for the release of Ubuntu MATE 21.04. Several of our listeners have ideas for us, suggestions for future episodes, feedback on music players and Linux-compatible computers. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #405 · Listener Feedback 01:52 Getting ready for Ubuntu MATE 21.04 04:44 Adam: He has an idea for us 08:58 Rosika: A…
 
Creating bootable USB media to enable you to install Linux has changed since we last talked about it on the show. We discus burning a CD/DVD and today’s methods of creating a bootable USB media from Windows, macOS, and Linux. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #404 · Making Linux Installation Media 02:02 Ways of creating installation media 02:32…
 
Updates on Bill’s computers, Linux compatibility, and trusted programs. We also have contributions about Photography software, ExpanDrive, Kali, and VLC. We even have a ‘sudo’ story Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #403 · Listener Feedback 00:58 Bill's new computer 06:50 George: Photography software, personal experience, computer hardware 12:5…
 
We are pleased to say we are in an excellent place with music streaming on Linux. For the most part all of the services we reviewed worked really well. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #402 · Streaming Music Services and Linux 00:55 A rough start to 2021 01:58 Bill buys a new computer 05:17 Star Citizen 06:43 Streaming music services 08:50 Sel…
 
From creepy behavior online to media server updates to suggestions on mobile phones on Linux, file permissions, Pulse Audio, PDFs, and computer hardware designed for Linux, we have it all in this first episode of 2021! Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #401 · Listener Feedback 01:32 Bill: Star Citizen 03:26 We're on Amazon Music and on Spotify …
 
Stories from our listener minions help us to celebrate our milestone 400th episode! From chocolate chip cookies to to accessibility on Arch, we have something of interest to many. Episode 400 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #400 · Listener Experiences 01:47 Distrohopping update 05:36 Going Linux podcast history 06:26 Celebrating 400 with you, our lis…
 
Our distro hopper looks like the hopping has stopped for the moment. We talk about upgrading, what's new in Ubuntu MATE 20.10, speeding up searches, software alternatives, mounting drives, and warnings about LibreOffice Episode 399 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #399 · Listener Feedback 01:05 Distrohopping: Bill is STILL using Manjaro! 01:34 Larry w…
 
In our second of two parts on editing and managing photos on Linux we describe a few additional applications for you to try. We share what they do but the trying is up to you! We also reveal what we are doing for our 400th episode. Episode 398 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #398 · Edit and manage photos on Linux Pt. 2 01:30 Microsoft is driving Bill…
 
We answer questions about problems receiving the podcast, SSH, printers, browsers and more. We also discuss photography and the new major computer brands selling computers pre-installed with Linux. Episode 397 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #397 · Listener Feedback 01:14 Linux pre-installed expands to major-brand, high-end systems 08:59 Al: Problems…
 
Want to know what applications are available on Linux for managing, viewing, modifying, and organizing photos? We talk about a few of them on this, the first of at least two parts. Episode 396 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #396 · Edit and manage photos on Linux Pt. 1 00:59 Bill is still using Manjaro 01:47 Problem with PDFs 04:49 The world of photo…
 
Bill is still on Manjaro! The Ubuntu MATE Guide is now available online. We answer questions about MeWe, dual booting, fresh install, replacing a sheet feed scanner, System76, Crossover, and LibreOffice spell check. Episode 395 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #395 · Listener Feedback 01:09 Ubuntu MATE Guide available online 03:34 Bill pauses his dist…
 
Bill searches for a non-Debian-based distribution that is suitable for Linux newcomers. He finds one in Manjaro! Episode 394 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #394 · Manjaro Linux Overview 01:51 Rolling release 04:02 An Arch-based distribution for new Linux users 05:46 Windows vs. Manjaro on Dell Latitude 5450 10:13 Performance comparison after install…
 
Bill resists distrohopping, Robert is happy with Mint, Jeremy comes back, and we get advice on ThinkPad, reasons to leave Windows advice on office suites, and much muck more! Episode 393 Time Stamps 00.00 Going Linux #393 · Listener Feedback 00:53 Distrohopping 03:33 About donations 05:37 Robert: Happy with Linux Mint 08:31 Samuel: Advice on buying…
 
Once upon a time, there were Linux distributions that focused on the needs of computer users with disabilities. Today's Ubuntu MATE does the best job of any modern desktop Linux at including the broadest out-of-the-box implementation of accessibility software. This is particularly valuable because Windows does not and the "officially supported" sof…
 
The voice mail line gets some use. Bill has some distro and podcast recommendations for exploration during isolation. We help with some issues and we highlight an embarassing mistake. Episode 391 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #391 · Listener Feedback 00:55 Bill participates in Ubuntu 20.04 test week 02:24 Testing colors other than green 03:23 Ubunt…
 
Windows 7 has reached the end of its life. It will no longer receive security updates and Microsoft's technical support will stop. Running an out-of-date OS can have serious potential risks, and if you're using Windows 7 connected to the Internet, you will have a problem. Fortunately, there are two simple solutions. Episode 390 Time Stamps 00:00 Go…
 
Bill burns out on distrohopping after providing multiple release reviews. Our listeners provide feedback on new user recommendations, hard drive mounting, encryption, trying Linux via USB, and the Linux Spotlight interview. We answer questions on security audit results. Episode 389 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #389 · Listener Feedback 01:43 Bill b…
 
Rocco (BigDaddyLinux) Interviews Larry on Episode 39 of the Linux Spotlight. Episode 388 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #388 · Linux Spotlight Interview 01:55 Linux Spotlight episode 39 03:11 Who is Larry Bushey? 04:00 What do you do for a day job? 04:47 Do you have any other hobbies outside of Linux? 07:13 Are your family and your friends receptive…
 
We answer questions and comment on internal drive problems, Microsoft making Linux more popular, the Distrowatch podcast, gPodder and Orca, the Mint forums, print/fax/scan compatibility, games, Manjaro, and Chromebooks running Linux. Episode 387 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #387 · Listener Feedback 00:56 Do we need the voicemail line? 02:38 Linux …
 
We focus on a handful of Linux distros and provide some feedback on how well they make a Mac user at home. Episode 386 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #386 · Switching from OSX or macOS to Linux 03:54 Where to look as a Mac user 05:06 Ubuntu MATE 06:16 Brave browser 07:02 Elementary OS 10:19 Zorin 14:27 What is a PPA? 15:38 Deepin 19:40 Moving from M…
 
Apple is to blame for our website insecurity! Paul has a couple of concerns about Linux Mint after listening to Destination Linux, we hear more about EULAs, and Zorin, and more about Orca. John wants to migrate his mail from Windows to Linux, Ken asks about VPNs and password managers, and James provides more hidden gems. Episode 385 Time Stamps 00:…
 
In our annual review of the previous year we discuss Larry's books on Ubuntu MATE, Microsoft's transformation into an open source company, the distros we've tried, and predictions for 2020. We read a couple of emails from listeners and recommend podcasts and Linux applications. Episode 384 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #384 · 2019 Year In Review 01…
 
Bill is back on Zorin after a brief diversion to Mint 19.3. He gives us a mini review of Elementary OS and compares the MATE desktop with the Pantheon desktop. We read your feedback on SSL certificates, software license agreements, accessibility, and computer hardware. Episode 383 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #383 · Listener Feedback 01:00 Bill sw…
 
After a discussion about distro hopping, we wrap up our series on switching to Linux from Windows by discussing how to get updates, additional drivers, the kernel, finding and installing sowtware, and personalizing your computer. Episode 382 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #382 · Switching from Windows and Upgrading to Linux Part 3 01:56 3rd Edition …
 
We describe how to generate a file with your computer's specifications. Our listeners comment on Zorin, suggest Feren, rebel against 'the man', rage against paying for SSL certs, and find videos. They also provide considerations for making live USB sticks, and give us a password manager review. Episode 381 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #381 · Liste…
 
In our second episode dedicated to upgrading from Windows to Linux we describe how to create installation media from Windows, macOS, and Linux, booting from a USB device, making the right setup selections, and getting updates. Episode 380 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #380 · Switching from Windows to Linux-Part 2 00:15 Introduction 01:06 Larry solv…
 
After some audio issues with Apple Podcasts, we have new URLs for our feeds. We get an update on Zorin and ZFS from Bill, on FreeOffice from a listener, suggestions for testing another distribution, and we solve some listener problems. Episode 379 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #379 · Listener Feedback 00:15 Introduction 01:84 Apple drops the Going …
 
Our review of of Zorin OS includes a give-away of one copy of Zorin Ultimate. Episode 378 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #378 · Zorin Review 00:15 Introduction 01:47 Zorin Ultimate contest winner 05:33 Bill's new hobby 08:50 Zorin Review 09:33 Core vs. Ultimate 10:35 Is the Core version of Zorin crippled? 16:44 Any issues installing or running Zorin…
 
Our first giveaway. In this episode: hidden gems, Banshee abandoned, FreeOffice issues, back to Ubuntu MATE for accessibility, and NTP and hardware clock. Episode 377 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #377 · Listener Feedback 00:15 Introduction 01:54 Going Linux Giveaway 07:50 James: Hidden Gems 09:05 Liferea to replace gPodder 09:45 Media Players 14:0…
 
In today's show we start a series on how to switch from Windows and upgrade to Linux. We break the process down into easy steps. Episode 376 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #376 · Switching from Windows and Upgrading to Linux Part 1 00:15 Introduction 01:03 Distrohopping: Zorin OS 11:58 How to switch 14:23 Browsers 19:09 Office Suites 22:58 Define: S…
 
In this episode, we have several questions about accessibility in Linux applications, we discuss a couple of cross-platform office suites that provide a bit better compatibility with Microsoft Office file formats, and we discuss problems and solutions for Ubuntu, Barrier, video and privacy and security. Lastly, we comment on Linux Journal's goodbye…
 
We've heard a lot about them, but what ARE Snaps, Flatpaks, and AppImages? What do they do for us? Which should we use? Episode 374 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #374 · Snaps, Flatpaks and Appimages 00:15 Introduction 00:53 Distrohopping: Fedora Silverblue 09:02 Snaps, Flatpaks, and AppImages 12:47 Snaps 13:46 Terms defined 16:15 Advantages of Snap…
 
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