67 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 Jason Evangelho, Jerry Morrison and Schykle.

Linux For Everyone Jason Evangelho

    • Technology
    • 4.6 • 47 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 Jason Evangelho, Jerry Morrison and Schykle.

    Tech For Everyone #1: Linus Dropped My Name

    Tech For Everyone #1: Linus Dropped My Name

    Linus dropped my name on The WAN Show, Valve has big plans for AMD's FSR, YouTube dislikes your dislikes, the COVID face mask life in video games, ProtonUP gets a GUI, and more!


    📧 Subscribe to my "Tech For Everyone" newsletter at https://techforeveryone.net!


    ☁️ Special thanks to this video's sponsor, LINODE! We're building a few projects and new community features over at Linode, and can't wait to unveil them. Go to https://Linode.com/LinuxForEveryone, and get a $100 credit towards your own awesome projects!


    🐧Linux For Everyone is also made possible by a long-term partnership with TUXEDO Computers. Check them out at https://tuxedocomputers.com


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    👉 L4E GROUP CHAT
    Matrix: https://matrix.to/#/#Linux4Everyone:matrix.org
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    👉 L4E SOCIAL MEDIA
    Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@Linux4Everyone
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/Linux4Everyone
    Support Linux For Everyone
    Links:
    Tech For Everyone newsletterGames For Everyone on YouTubeGames For Everyone DISCORDNick's video about Linux as a platformProtonUp-Qt

    • 10 min
    Episode 56: Nicco Loves KDE

    Episode 56: Nicco Loves KDE

    Please welcome our very special guest Niccolò "Nicco" Venerandi! Nicco is KDE's Consistency Goalkeeper, and joins us to discuss what it's like working with the KDE team, as well as offering his own unique take on a topic that's making big waves in the Linux community: System76 allegedly ditching GNOME and developing its own desktop for Pop OS.


    There's lots of software picks, updates on our passion projects (like Games For Everyone launching!) and a ton of KDE love.


    THANKS TO LINODE FOR SPONSORING THIS EPISODE! GO TO WWW.LINODE.COM/LINUXFOREVERYONE TO GET A $100 60-DAY CREDIT FOR YOUR NEXT AWESOME LINUX PROJECT.
    Special Guest: Niccolò Venerandi.
    Support Linux For Everyone
    Links:
    Nicco's YouTube ChannelNicco's WebsiteGames For Everyone! (YouTube Channel)Games For Everyone! (Odysee Channel)Games For Everyone! (Podcast)Adventures in Linux and KDE — Nate's excellent blogSystem76 Developing Its Own Desktop?

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Episode 55: Mycroft AI Interview, M1 Macs and More!

    Episode 55: Mycroft AI Interview, M1 Macs and More!

    Welcome back to Linux For Everyone, welcome /Home, and get ready for our longest episode ever! We kick things off with some outstanding job news from Schykle, then Jerry tells a horror story about his phone eavesdropping on his friends. We also catch up on our individual privacy journeys that kicked off in Episode 54.


    After that, Jerry drives the Software Spotlight by expressing his love for the ridiculously useful media tool Rapid Photo Downloader.


    The middle section of the show is highlighted by an illuminating interview with Mycroft AI founder Joshua Montgomery, that reaches into Mycroft's roots and its potential. Joshua also argues for privacy initiatives like the right to be forgotten, as well as the "corporate death penalty." But he also offers hope for the future of smart speakers and virtual assistants.


    We're even treated to the first "public" reading of his new children's book!


    In the back half, Schykle and Jason launch the new "Tech For Everyone" segment by discussing their shared love of the Apple M1 systems, Asahi Linux, setting up a Time Machine server on Fedora, and a related chat about the Linux and Apple software ecosystems.


    Kick back, grab your favorite beverage, and let's dive in to this monster!


    THANKS TO LINODE FOR SPONSORING THIS EPISODE! GO TO WWW.LINODE.COM/LINUXFOREVERYONE TO GET A $100 60-DAY CREDIT FOR YOUR NEXT AWESOME LINUX PROJECT.Special Guest: Joshua Montgomery.
    Support Linux For Everyone
    Links:
    Study: Effectiveness of Apple's App Tracking Transparencyiodé: The eco-friendly smartphoneMail-in-a-BoxSoftware Spotlight: Rapid Photo DownloaderMycroft AIBuy "Mycroft and the Patent Trolls"Buy the book "Rainbows End"Get a $100 credit at Linode!Shop TUXEDO Computers:Linux For Everyone's YouTube ChannelLinux For Everyone's Odysee ChannelUsing Linux or Windows as a Time Machine network serverAsahi Linux (Linux for Apple M1 Macs)Invest in Mycroft AIBitwarden Password Manager

    • 2 hr 35 min
    Episode 54: An Invasion of Privacy

    Episode 54: An Invasion of Privacy

    The brand new L4E Show is here! Jason, Jerry and Schykle talk about their recent passion projects, then get into a somewhat disturbing conversation about the creeping invasion of our online privacy. Plus, a Software Spotlight and a proper introduction to our new co-hosts!


    WATCH THE NEW VIDEO VERSION HERE.


    ☁️ Special thanks to this video's sponsor, LINODE! We're building a few sites and new community features over at Linode, and can't wait to unveil them. Go to https://Linode.com/LinuxForEveryone, and get a $100 credit towards your own awesome projects.


    🐧Linux For Everyone is also made possible by a longterm partnership with TUXEDO Computers. Check them out at https://tuxedocomputers.com
    Support Linux For Everyone
    Links:
    "Brain Dead" by More SunAnonAddyNitroPhoneThat VICE ArticleAvoid Being Tracked By FacebookThat "Reply All" EpisodeApple Private RelayPi-HoleDDG Privacy EssentialsSession messaging appPrivacy Badger

    • 1 hr 25 min
    Episode 53: Aaron Honeycutt of System76

    Episode 53: Aaron Honeycutt of System76

    All good things must come to an end, but sometimes they're reborn into something better. Jason says goodbye to Linux For Everyone as you know it and reveals NEW co-hosts, then has a lengthy and relaxed conversation with System76 Happiness Architect Aaron Honeycutt.


    Aaron and Jason chat about working at System76, Snap vs Flatpak, expensive shipping, COVID, Linux gaming, window tiling, Valve's Steam Deck, and a little bit more Linux gaming!


    Towards the end, Jason wraps it up with some hopes and concerns about Valve's Steam Deck.


    🐧LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO A PARTNERSHIP WITH TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧
    Special Guest: Aaron Honeycutt.
    Support Linux For Everyone
    Links:
    L4E "Will It Linux" Video SeriesL4E "Steam Deck Hopes and Fears" VideoAaron's WebsiteAaron's Code on GitHubAaron's Code on GitLabAaron on Mastodon

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Episode 52: Valve Finally Counts To 3!

    Episode 52: Valve Finally Counts To 3!

    Welcome to a special community-powered episode discussing Valve's newly announced Steam Deck! It's a product destined to send positive ripples throughout the entire Linux ecosystem, but there's so much to unpack, and a few things to criticize. Let's get into it!


    🐧LINUX FOR EVERYONE CONTENT IS MADE POSSIBLE THANKS TO A PARTNERSHIP WITH TUXEDO COMPUTERS🐧
    Support Linux For Everyone
    Links:
    Steam Deck DetailsInfinityBook Pro 14 Video Review

    • 1 hr 10 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
47 Ratings

47 Ratings

Rawesomelly ,

Awesome

Awesome! Restored my love for Linux.

Ben Mordecai ,

Whiny episodes of no value to Linux

I've listened to 4 or 5 episodes of the host talking about burnout, how great it is to get proprietary software on Linux and why Microsoft building a browser for Linux (with the sole purpose of harvesting user data for ads) is so great for Linux. As if no modern chromium engine browsers like Brave or Degoogled chromium exist. He's not coming to the conversation with vast Linux knowledge so it's not like we are learning anything and app recommendations are nothing really unique. If he is so burned out then why keep making it?

The telegram is full of normies and weebs with bad takes like sToCK aNDroId iS LInUX and they report people for not sharing their opinions.

The show id 90% gaming topics but if you don't care about proprietary software any big tech tracking then why don't you just use Windows and make your life easy?

I could overlook the cringe lofi alternative rock if the content was good but it's just not. We don't need podcasts pushing the Linux community the wrong direction.

jboulais ,

Dumping it finally

This was a good podcast at first. Then there were silly audio clips in between segments that lasted way to long and wasted too much time. Then he started talking less and less about Linux and started whining a lot. Finally dumped this podcast today, thankfully there are lots of other food Linux podcasts out there.

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