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Sure you can get add-on software to personalize your Windows desktop quite a bit, but most Linux distributions provide the customization tools built right in, with additional utilities just a few clicks away in the software repositories.

Going Linux #338 · Personalizing Your Linux Desktop Introduction Show notes include screenshots and details Personalizing the Desktop on Linux Ubuntu MATE offers pre-configured panel layouts Traditional layout Contemparary layout Redmond layout Cupertino layout Pantheon layout Mutiny layout Netbook layout Keep personalizing, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End Going Linux #337 · Listener Feedback Introduction Mike: Comparing files Paul: Why the Think Pad Wifi was not working Paul: Wiping a hard drive Craig: Recommendation for cheap computer for content filtering Ken: Recommendation for Ubuntu MATE vs.

Mint Chris: Recommendation for configuration management Jeff: Back channel connections to Solus Justin: Recommendation on a light-weight distribution, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End Dec 20: #336 · 2017 Year End Review Dec 05: #335 · Listener Feedback Nov 05: #334 · Listener Feedback Oct 20: #333 · One Installation File - Many Linux Distributions Oct 05: #332 · Listener Feedback Sep 20: #331 · Whole Disk Cloning on Linux Sep 05: #330 · Listener Feedback Aug 20: #329 · Using 4K Monitors on Linux Aug 05: #328 · Listener Feedback Jul 20: #327 · Things You Can Do In Windows And How To Do Them In Linux Jul 05: #326 · Listener Feedback Jun 20: #325 · Getting Rid of 'Cruft' After An Upgrade Jun 05: #324 · Listener Feedback May 20: #323 · Ubuntu MATE: A Typical Linux Distribution May 05: #322 · Listener Feedback Apr 20: #321 · Sabayon Revisited Apr 05: #320 · Listener Feedback Mar 20: #319 · Backups with Grsync Mar 05: #318 · Listener Feedback Feb 20: #317 · Linux Distros Reviewed Feb 05: #316 · Listener Feedback Jan 20: #315 · 10th Anniversary Episode Jan 05: #314 · Listener Feedback Going Linux #336 · 2017 Year End Review Introduction Highlights of 2017 Ubuntu MATE: Two books and a guide within the distribution.

Hilander: Getting Fedora video working Leonid: Compare distros and desktops Göran: Advice on Garmin GPSs Rick: Help for Mike Mathias: Help for Joshua on file ownership Daniel: Trying to write to disk Aaron: Installing software on Linux, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End In Linux there are methods of installing software, from source code by compiling and installing, or through software packages and package managers.

There are newer forms of installing software, for example using portable app installers like Appimage, Snap or Flatpak.

Daniel: Discord is not accessible George: May I please have a book?

Tom: Championing freedom and fostering success in the land of Linux!

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Going Linux #342 · Listener Feedback Introduction Serge: Multiple suggestions for Skype replacement Jim: Antenna Pod issues on mobile Greg: Power off - by force Norm: Mail-In-A-Box Simohamed: Episode suggestion Emilio: Portable Vera Crypt for Linux?

Jack: Gone Linux, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End Going Linux #341 · Listener Feedback Introduction Internet problems resolved (we hope) Jeremy: Backups recommendation Greg: Autoremoving cruft Greg: That's not an old computer. Scott: FSLint Serge: Configuration management suggestion Daniel: Replacement for Skype George: Synology Nigel: Installing Linux applications Bill's next project, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End Going Linux #340 · Security on Linux Introduction Just you and me Overview Basic Linux security guidelines Backups What and where to back-up Automating disaster recovery Software Updater Firewalls, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End In this episode, we have a lot of interest in Internet filtering and wiping hard drives for privacy.

Ubuntu MATE Guide for release 18.04 David: Update from a year ago Michael: Comment on Discord Ken: LIHS Podcast Michael: Stores selling Linux computers Greg: Linux Maintenance Frank: Compiling from source David: Garmin GPS compatible with Linux Serge: Portable Vera Crypt for Linux Paul: About Antenna Pod Michael: Feedback on feedback Joshua: File permissions This Hosting Rocks: Shameless plug, [email protected], 1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe End Support for high-resolution computer displays (Hi DPI or 4K displays) is still being perfected.