60 episodes

A show about the thrilling world of desktop Linux, open-source software, and the community creating it. For beginners and veterans alike! Hosted by Forbes' Jason Evangelho and friends.

Linux For Everyone Jason Evangelho

    • Technology
    • 3.8 • 10 Ratings

A show about the thrilling world of desktop Linux, open-source software, and the community creating it. For beginners and veterans alike! Hosted by Forbes' Jason Evangelho and friends.

    Episode 50: Ask Jason Anything (2021 Edition)

    Episode 50: Ask Jason Anything (2021 Edition)

    To celebrate 50 episodes of Linux For Everyone, Jason is answering a BUNCH of your questions about Linux, hardware, coffee habits, music creation, living in Croatia, and much more! Enjoy, and thank you for being part of this awesome journey.


    🐧LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧


    👉Thumbnail background design: https://github.com/BaldPolnareff
    👉AMA #1: https://www.linux4everyone.com/17-ask-me-anything-community-special
    👉L4E GitHub Repo: https://github.com/Linux-For-Everyone/linuxforeveryone


    👉 L4E MERCH:
    US Store: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/L4EStore/
    EU Store: https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/L4EStore/


    👉 L4E GROUP CHAT:
    Telegram Group: https://t.me/Linux4Everyone
    Telegram Channel: https://t.me/L4Enews
    Discord: https://discord.gg/R3JDS4s


    👉 L4E SOCIAL MEDIA:
    Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@Linux4Everyone
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/Linux4Everyone
    Support Linux For Everyone

    • 48 min
    Linux + Coffee #5: elementary OS + Valve's SteamPal

    Linux + Coffee #5: elementary OS + Valve's SteamPal

    🐧LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧


    Linux + Coffee is back! Jason and Schykle have a serious chat about Valve's alleged SteamPal console. Can it succeed? Who's this device for? What marketing and technical challenges will Valve face along the way?


    Plus, some elementary OS 6 and AppCenter discussion, and an awesome life update from Schykle!


    👉 WATCH THIS EPISODE ON:
    Odysee: https://odysee.com/@LinuxForEveryone:9/can-steampal-really-succeed-linux-+:7
    YouTube: https://youtu.be/z7RgchcGwko


    👉 LINKS MENTIONED:
    Ars Technica piece: https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2021/05/exclusive-valve-is-making-a-switch-like-portable-gaming-pc/
    elementary OS Beta: https://blog.elementary.io/elementary-os-6-odin-beta/


    👉 VIDEO PRODUCED WITH:
    Pop OS 20.10
    TUXEDO Pulse 15 Laptop
    Kdenlive


    👉 L4E MERCH:
    US Store: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/L4EStore/
    EU Store: https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/L4EStore/


    👉 L4E GROUP CHAT:
    Matrix: https://matrix.to/#/#Linux4Everyone:matrix.org
    Telegram Group: https://t.me/Linux4Everyone
    Telegram Channel: https://t.me/L4Enews
    Discord: https://discord.gg/R3JDS4s


    👉 L4E SOCIAL MEDIA:
    Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@Linux4Everyone
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/Linux4Everyone
    Facebook: https://facebook.com/Linux4Everyone
    Special Guest: Schykle (aka Alan Diggs).
    Support Linux For Everyone

    • 41 min
    Episode 49: Virtual Desktops Everywhere with Shells

    Episode 49: Virtual Desktops Everywhere with Shells

    The word of the day is: BROWSERS! Jason sits down with former Purism CTO Zlatan Todoric and former Private Internet Access CFO Alex Lee to talk about Shells.com, a service that promises to turn anything with a browser into a secure virtual Linux (or Windows, or Android) desktop.


    Speaking of browsers, how about a Discovery of the Week that blows away Apple's Airdrop functionality? It's free, it works on any device, and it's awesome.


    🐧ALL LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE BY TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧
    Special Guests: Alex Lee and Zlatan Todoric.
    Support Linux For Everyone
    Links:
    Talking Drupal (Jason Guest-Hosts)The First AMA: Episode 17Discovery of the Week: SnapdropDiscovery of the Week: Snapdrop (GITHUB)Shells: Virtual Desktops AnywhereArticle: The Solution to e-Waste

    • 48 min
    Episode 48: Bash and Orchid Creator Brian Fox

    Episode 48: Bash and Orchid Creator Brian Fox

    Jason sits down with legendary Bash creator Brian Fox to discuss his early days with Richard Stallman, the legacy of Bash, our ongoing privacy battle, and his brand new project called Orchid.


    PLUS: An update from Lenovo's Mark Pearson on the company's Linux hardware initiative, a gorgeous new laptop from TUXEDO Computers, and a Discovery of the Week that solves your backup and restore issues.


    🐧ALL LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE BY TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧
    Special Guest: Brian Fox.
    Support Linux For Everyone
    Links:
    Discovery of the Week: Aptik — A COMPLETE backup and restore solution for Debian-based systems.New TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro 14 — 16:10 aspect ratio?
    3K resolution?
    Yes, please!
    Orchid Website — A better, decentralized VPN experience.Orchid on Github — Get the source.Join the L4E community conversations! — Chat with us on Matrix, Telegram and Discord.

    • 1 hr 21 min
    Episode 47: Jeremy Soller of System76 (Part 2)

    Episode 47: Jeremy Soller of System76 (Part 2)

    Welcome back to the conclusion of my interview with System 76 Principal Engineer Jeremy Soller! In our 2nd hour, we cover everything from VR gaming to in-house laptops to the importance of firmware.


    There's also a rather passionate rant about Audacity's now-infamous Pull Request #835.


    Plus, a new Discovery of the Week, and a new rabbit hole: servers!


    🐧ALL LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE BY TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧
    Special Guest: Jeremy Soller.
    Support Linux For Everyone
    Links:
    Discovery of the Week: Protonup — A CLI program and API to automate the installation of GloriousEggroll's Proton-GEAudacity Pull Request #835 — Telemetry. A dirty, dirty word? My Server Project on GitHub — I've got the server bug, and L4E community member Sky is showing me the ropes... and assigning homework!FunkWhale — Funkwhale is a community-driven project that lets you listen and share music and audio within a decentralized, open network.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Episode 46: Jeremy Soller of System76 (Part 1)

    Episode 46: Jeremy Soller of System76 (Part 1)

    The podcast comes roaring back to life with part 1 of a massive interview featuring Linux ninja Jeremy Soller of System76. Plus, Jason introduces and demos a new Discovery of the Week that anyone with a PC microphone will appreciate!


    There's also more details about our longterm partnership with TUXEDO Computers, and a look ahead!


    Welcome back, and welcome /Home
    Special Guest: Jeremy Soller.
    Support Linux For Everyone
    Links:
    Episode 46 made possible by TUXEDO Computers! — A long-term partnership between Linux For Everyone and TUXEDO Computers means continued growth of the L4E community, and a steady stream of new content across the network!Buy the L4E Theme Song "Brain Dead" — More Sun is a band comprised of me and Jerry Morrison. We wrote a song called "Brain Dead," and it's this podcast's theme song. Discovery of the Week: NoiseTorch — I called this "AudioTorch" a couple times. It's called NoiseTorch! Listen to my demo, then go check it out on GitHub. Linux For Everyone on GitHub — Make stuff, share stuff, contribute stuff. How the Saasage is Made w/ Jeremy Soller — Host Mike Kelly talks with Jeremy about the behind-the-scenes story of Pop_OS, and how Linux is becoming a popular choice for developers and power users.Tech For Everyone Issue #6 — My newsletter issue breaking down Jeremy's detailed account of how exactly Pop OS fan curves and power profiles work. It's fascinating stuff! System76 + Pop OS — System76 is a Colorado-based company manufacturing Linux desktops and laptops. They also make a wonderful Linux distro called Pop OS.

    • 1 hr 18 min

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Chris76bobob ,

Jason is awesome

Love this podcast, Jason is a super friendly host with a super friendly voice and the content is really engaging. Can’t beat it for a Linux podcast!

j800r_aswell ,

Friendliest Linux Podcast around!

Unfortunately, the majority of the target audience for desktop Linux podcasts are not gonna be using iTunes. I am, but I still have love for Linux and this is easily one of the the warmest, most enjoyable desktop Linux podcasts around. Recommended for any casual fans or people interested in dipping their toes into the world of Linux on the desktop.

pevans91 ,

Excellent for tech fans

Not sure why the reviews are so low as I think it’s a fantastic podcast. Thoughtfully created and lovingly put together. Please do keep up the good work!

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