Another echo chamber podcast about my latest projects: Akonadi Reference, Solaar, Dell Inspiron 20 3048 SSD Upgrade, Windscribe VPN Service, BDLL Followup on FerenOS, openSUSE Corner, Computer History Retrospective about Word Processing
switch from a #Linux terminal with #Minicom. The #Terminal is a fun place to play if you know what you are doing. Minicom and your system needs some adjustments and here is how you do it.
Since all the kids are talking about using a #VPN as a layer of protection, I have decided to as well. I am happily using Winscribe on @openSUSE. Since the good folks at @windscribecom forgot to include the openSUSE directions I have them here. #Linux
A rather uninteresting blathering about upgrading the SSD in my Dell Inspiron 20 3048 all-in-one machine.
One of the network engineers at my work is using his laptop as a proof of concept that Linux desktop OS (Manjaro) is viable to use in our environment. He showed it to our boss and got his okay for engineers to be able to use that instead of windows with my okay. I'm not going to stand in the way of FOSS in my company, no way.
An admittedly biased review of @fedora 31 from an @openSUSE user. I appreciate the time and care that goes into the technical competence of Fedora. The desktop experience is what you make of it and the core underpinnings are sound.
The @kdecommunity Personal Information Manager #Kontact is my must have application on a #Linux system. Sometimes #Akonadi can give me fits although rare these days. Here is a little reference I put together that I use infrequently to straighten things up. https://cubiclenate.com/2020/01/11/kontact-akonadi-reference/
Noodlings | Lighting the Emby Server with Kdenlive, plus
- AppImageLauncher Review
- BDLL Followup on the Discourse
- openSUSE Corner
- Computer History Retrospective about Simulator Software
Making a first-class citizen out of #AppImages on the #Linux Desktop with #AppImageLauncher. I have set this up in @openSUSE and it works smashingly well. https://cubiclenate.com/2020/01/09/appimagelauncher-appimage-manager-on-opensuse/
Running #kdenlive 19.12 on @openSUSE #Tumbleweed is a great experience. It's easy to use and incredibly stable. If you have complaints about Kdenlive, use openSUSE. Thank you to everyone that makes this possible. #Linux @kdecommunity https://cubiclenate.com/2020/01/04/kdenlive-19-12-on-opensuse-review/
Set up and review of running #Emby on @openSUSE #Tumbleweed. It is a fantastic edition to my newly commissioned server. This easily set up and finely polished product is unlikely going to be negative experience. @embyapp #Linux #SelfHosted https://cubiclenate.com/2020/01/07/emby-media-server-on-opensuse-linux/
Building an #AMD Server and Game Machine out of Yester-Year's Parts, running @openSUSE #Tumbleweed. All assembled form used parts from randoms on @ebay. This has been an incredibly fun project and the cornerstone for many future projects. #Linux https://cubiclenate.com/2019/10/06/building-an-amd-server-and-game-machine-out-of-yester-years-parts/
CubicleNate Noodlings Episode 11 a podcast where I talk about the nerdy things that interest me. This time, Quick Tiling, Fusion 360 and #Linux in the Kitchen, #openSUSE Tumbleweed Snapshots and Computer History on Music. #podcast
#Linux makes the Kitchen life much more efficient and enjoyable. I have been using and tweaking my setup for a while now and this is what I can recommend, without question, as a "force multiplier" in the kitchen. #openSUSE https://cubiclenate.com/2020/01/03/linux-in-the-kitchen-life-enhancement-blathering/
Brought New Life to Rock Candy Gamepad for PS3 (#and Linux). Another Repair not done by me but by my oldest boy (I helped). http://cubiclenate.com/2019/10/17/new-life-to-rock-candy-gamepad-repair/
Commodore 64 on the Internet | IRC http://cubiclenate.com/2019/10/02/commodore-64-on-the-internet-irc/
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