Linux For The Rest Of Us #80 - Delirium
A Linux podcast for anyone even remotely interested in Linux! With Steve McLaughlin, the Door to Door Geek.
Running time: 1:25:52
Episode 80 Show Notes
[03:06] Basic Basic
[08:07] Raspberry Pi gets a case you can download and 3D print.
[14:27] Ubuntu for Android Gets ShownOff At Mobile World Congress - Canonical are over at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week to schmooze, show off and shore up support for their stunning (no hyperbole needed) Ubuntu for Android feature.
[20:57] Linux is the world’s fastest growing desktop OS – up 64% in 9 months
Sunday Morning Linux Review “Over the same time period Windows 7 has only grown about 37%. The number of Linux desktop installations is obviously currently very small but if our growth continues on this pace we will overtake Windows in about 59 years. Whooo Hooo we are a force to be reckoned with.”
[26:20] NVIDIA Is Joining The Linux Foundation.
[29:30] A Look At 3D Native Client Games Coming To Linux This Year.
[31:51] Hungry? New Cooking Lens Puts 4000 Recipes in the Dash - Developers continue to cook up intuitive uses for Unity’s Lenses feature – the latest of which of a Cooking Lens.
[34:02]HUD Lands in Unity 2D - The feature parity between Ubuntu and its Qt counterpart Unity 2D shrinks ever smaller with the arrival of Precise’s flagship ‘HUD’ feature introduced to Unity 2D.
[37:19] CoreBreach – The Best Racing Game on Ubuntu? - CoreBreach is a modern entry to the anti-gravity racing game genre, one first popularised by 1995 Playstation classic ‘WipE Out‘.
[39:39] Nightingale chirps your favorite tunes! - A beautiful interface with a wide range of supported audio formats, all with multi-platform support!
[42:36] 7 new features in Ubuntu 12.04 'Precise Pangolin' beta 1 - A quick guide to what you can expect in next month's Ubuntu Linux release.
[47:58] Setting Up Boot to Gecko Build Environment
[50:30] Four Top Open Source Screencast Applications - When you want to show people how to accomplish something on their computers, nothing works better than video. You can capture all the action on any desktop using any of several open source alternatives.
FFmpeg, RecordMyDesktop, VLC, CamStudio.
[56:06] Hackers print tiny Linux box to net up your home - Ninja Block does for automation what Raspberry Pi does for coding.
[59:50] 6 Best Free Linux Media Centers - The majority of Linux distributions come supplied with a wide range of software that lets individuals use their PC to watch movies and television programs, listen to a music collection, and view photos. However, if you are looking for a more harmonious approach, turning your Linux box into a state of the art media center with an integrated easy-to-use interface, media center software will be just the ticket.
[1:05:15] 80+ Open Source Tools for Your Business - Whether it's enhancing desktop productivity, or improving customer relationships, there's an open source app to cater to all needs of a SME. Here are a few must haves.
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