Episode | December 18th, 2019 | 34 mins 45 secs
arch, bash scripts, elementary os, fedora, foss, gaming, github, lollypop, xfce
My Linux journey this year has been nothing short of amazing. I didn't realize how amazing sitting down to prepare for this special 2-parter. In this episode, I recall my most impactful Linux discoveries (and lessons learned) from the first half of 2019.
Episode | October 23rd, 2019 | 31 mins 28 secs
desktop environments, gaming, indie games, kde, nvidia, pop os, ubuntu 19.10, xfce
Is KDE a beautiful but bloated desktop environment? Or is it actually LEANER than Xfce now? Plus: It's Ubuntu 19.10 upgrade season and there are some discoveries here worth paying attention to.
Episode | October 16th, 2019 | 39 mins 29 secs
budgie, deepin cloud sync, gaming, linux mint, lorenzo sutton, steam
By popular request, I share my current "Linux toolkit," the collection of software and hardware I use on a daily basis for work and play. And be sure to listen for your chance to share your own favorites on the next episode.
Then, a meaty discussion about gaming on Linux Mint as I reboot the original "Linux Gaming Report" at Forbes.
Plus, another Linux Origin Story and a new Song from the Source!
Episode | August 14th, 2019 | 58 mins 20 secs
dasgeek, gaming, lorenzos music, open source, peek, proton, steam, ubuntu studio
Ryan (aka DasGeek) joins Jason to discuss one year with Steam Proton, and how it changed the Linux gaming landscape forever. The L4E community gives their one best tip for Linux beginners, and we hear some rock from Lorenzo's Music, who created their latest album entirely on Ubuntu Studio
Episode | July 24th, 2019 | 20 mins 14 secs
forbes, gaming, music, open source, proton, steam, ubuntu, windows 10
One year ago I made the switch to Linux, and something unexpected happened.