Tonight, Saturday, 15 January at 8pm EST, is the first . On the distro cocktail menu is 20.3 where after some time of exploration, we will get together & have constructive chat about it. Please join us! @DestLinuxPod

I really enjoyed this review of Super Mario 3. I think you will know why if you watch it long enough. :)

Racing Destruction Set, Electronic Arts | Commodore 64 Game Review
Racing Destruction Set is a game released by Electronic Arts in 1985. It is a car and motocross racing game developed for the Commodore 64, and later released on the Atari 8-bit. At the time, this game was known for its innovative track editor and vehicle choice and customization. It was Electr

We welcome Linux Saloon, formerly Big Daddy Linux, to our Destination Linux family!!! 😂🐧🐧

First episode starts this Saturday!

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Linux Saloon, the Next Generation of BDLL
Big Daddy Linux Live, the show and its community has become very special to me in so many ways, this is the place that I really feel like I met the absolute nicest, most helpful and encouraging people on the Internet.

Being a part of BDLL and doing distro challenges has introduced me to some incredible people and o

All my step-by-step directions have been updated on using the DoD CAC () on , except for Solus. I need to take some time to dig into Solus again. The biggest pain are the authority certificates but now it is slightly less painful.

openSUSE Tumbleweed on Raspberry Pi 4/400 plus Base Applications
I have been enjoying running openSUSE Tumbleweed on the Raspberry Pi 400 (and 4, I kind of mean the same thing, I just happen to appreciate the fun of the keyboard with containing the computer of the 400). The point of this blathering is to use the Raspberry Pi 400 in the

Raspberry Pi 4
These are my Raspberry Pi 4 and 400 resources that I have collected. I imagine this will likely be somewhat of a messy disarray of digital scribbles for some time. Feel free to pile on anything that may be helpful. For the most part if I refer to the 400, I also mean the 4 as well.

General Purpose

This is my section for any general purpose computing images built for the Pi 4 platform.

Noodlings 35 | Light for Christmas
The holiday season hustle and bustle is through and I am able to concentrate on reorganizing the messes I have made in getting ready for the season. As the fall time projects finished up, the Christmastime projects kicked into full gear between programming my Chr

This is targeted to the C64 Maxi. Here is my resource of things to help me along in using TheC64. It has become my go-to platform for enjoying all that the Commodore 64 has to offer, minus some fun IO things. Meaning, no real 1541 Disk drive, Tape drive, actual cartridges and things I can plug into the User Port.

Using the Keyboard in Menus

A graphical overlay for TheC64 taken from the official Manual. When you are using the menus, you can u

Home Assistant for a Newbie
Getting started with Home Assistant, you are presented with lots of options and there is a plethora of opinions to steer you in the "right" direction. The problem I had is that I was paralyzed by the options and, as a consequence, set back my adoption of Home Assistant in my everyday life. In an effort to make this as absolutely as simple and as easy

I decided to do a on setting up the Pi-Hole to a very basic level. Just enough to make it functional and get the majority of the benefits.

Pi-Hole the Easy Way
Setting up a Pi-Hole for your network is a beautifully simple process. This is a guide whose intent is to give you the confidence to try it yourself. If you are not new to the Raspberry Pi and have accomplished many things with it, this guide is likely a bit too basic. The goal of this is to get you up and running the easy way.

The best place to go for Pi-Hole reference is at

Christmas Light Display 2021
A lot of changes were brought in with the year 2021. The biggest of the change I was not expecting when the calendar rolled over and that was moving to a new house. All the changes have been good, have kept me busy and most importantly have been great for my family. I had all kinds of great ideas I was going to add to my house for light displays but instead, I have a new place an

Getting ready to record the last of the year. We are addressing Noobie Questions from the Forum so this will be fun. @DestinationLinux @WendyDLN

This is my not-public release of my latest Christmas Light Show this season. This was programmed using on Tumbleweed and runs on a Beaglebone Black with a Kulp Lights F8-B Cape and Pixel2AC board. All the software are open source. Hope you enjoy it!

I'll get to publishing some videos of my Christmas light display but I must say, I am super happy with how the place looks. The way the light bounces off the exterior of the house looks pretty great. I super enjoy the whole project.

I am done with the sequencing. I am now going to upload this to my Falcon Player computer and see if I can find any issues with it during the overcast daylight. :)

Many, many, many hours later... more work with on , but feeling really good about the presentation. I suppose we'll see how it goes when I put it on the Falcon Player and let it rip!

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