Welcome to Episode 146 of the LinuxLUGcast
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Honkeymagoo’s smart plug
Kwisher:Meld a diff alternative
Danny Meeks:Pine phone ships with UBPorts
Kwisher:Linux smart phone
Kwisher:ubuntu 20.04 beta
minnix: collapsible markdown for error logs, great for github posts
Danny Meeks: a raspberry pi alternative (not really)
Around 11 days ago, I was trying LMDE 4 (Linux Mint Debian Edition 4) on a DVD through the Live Mode. The Beta had just been released. My wife decided to watch over my shoulder and loved what she saw. Without even trying it for herself, she declared she wanted it, NOW! I installed it on her 3-n-1 and she’s been happily toying with it throughout this quarantine. I got back to playing with it on my laptop and decided to install it the next day. We’re very well pleased with it and at this point we can both recommend it for others to at least try.Forgot to add, I’m 64, my wife’s 69 and going to be 70 next month. We is old coots! And when I call her the old lady I’m not joking! Well, not completely! Neither of us are nerds or geeks, just had our fill of Microsoft back in 07 and we’ve been a Linux household ever since.
Danny Meeks:COBOL programmers
Flashed a bootloader on the new printer and installed Marlin latest. I knew my old Arduino would come in handy some day. Ready to try it out.
Honkeymagoo: new kernel update write speeds for the FATfile system
Danny Meeks:First impressions of the Banana Pi M2 Zero and install octoprint with docker.
next recording date will be May 1, 2020
Our music is “Downright” provided by Klaatu and Broam
We would like to thank Delwin for the use of his mumble server.
Finally we would like to give a special thanks to Fatherfinch, Fweeb, Dave Morris and Tony Beemus for all their help and support over the years.