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GNOME 44, the latest release of the popular desktop environment for Linux, was released recently. As always, Learn Linux TV has a full review so you can check out all of its new features. It's a great release, although one feature in particular completely missed its mark. LEARN LINUX TV - YOUR HOME FOR LINUX-RELATED FUN AND LEARNING! SUPPORT LEARN LINUX TV'S AWESOME CONTENT Note: Commission may be earned for any and all links presented here. • Become a channel member here on YouTube ➜ 🤍 • Become a Patron on Patreon ➜ 🤍 • Set up your own cloud server with Linode ➜ 🤍 SPOIL YOURSELF WITH A LINUX-RELATED GIFT • Mastering Ubuntu Server 4th Edition (Jay wrote that!!! 😲) ➜ 🤍 • Affiliate store for Linux compatible hardware/accessories ➜ 🤍 • Awesome KVM for your Homelab ➜ 🤍 INDIVIDUAL SECTIONS 00:00 - Intro 00:55 - A few notes and some info on my test PC 02:14 - GNOME's file manager has a "tree view" (again) 04:04 - The "Quick Settings" menu has been improved in GNOME 44 04:55 - The new "Background Applications" feature of the "Quick Settings" menu 06:54 - Improvements within GNOME's System Settings in GNOME 44 09:55 - GNOME Software is more responsive in GNOME 44 12:00 - GNOME 44 is very responsive and runs great 12:49 - Is GNOME a "bloated" desktop environment? 14:05 - The GNOME desktop has a great dark mode option 15:03 - Unfortunately, GNOME 44's "Background Applications" has some huge flaws 18:41 - GNOME's "Device Security" panel gives users a false sense of security/insecurity LINUX BEGINNERS SHOULD WATCH THESE ESSENTIAL VIDEOS • How to create a bootable flash drive for installing Linux ➜ 🤍 • Installing an operating system for Raspberry Pi ➜ 🤍 • How to connect to a Linux server via ssh ➜ 🤍 • Understanding Linux permissions ➜ 🤍 • Essential tweaks for ALL Linux Servers ➜ 🤍 BRUSH UP YOUR SKILLS WITH THESE STAND-ALONE TUTORIALS • OpenSSH Guide ➜ 🤍 • How to better secure OpenSSH ➜ 🤍 • 10 Linux Terminal Tips and Tricks to Enhance Your Workflow ➜ 🤍 • Over 15 Terminal Tricks You Should Learn ➜ 🤍 CHECK OUT THESE LINUX COURSES TO LEVEL UP YOUR TUX POWERS • Get up to speed with managing an OpenStack Cloud ➜ 🤍 • Learn how to write your own Bash Scripts ➜ 🤍 • Install, configure, and maintain a Proxmox VE Cluster ➜ 🤍 • Automate tedious setup jobs by learning Ansible ➜ 🤍 • Learn how to exit vim (and use it too) ➜ 🤍 LISTEN TO A GEEKY PODCAST • Enterprise Linux Security ➜ 🤍 • The Homelab Show ➜ 🤍 WORK ON A FUN LINUX PROJECT • Run your own Gitlab CE Server ➜ 🤍 • Build a Kubernetes Cluster on Proxmox ➜ 🤍 • Set up your own Nextcloud Server ➜ 🤍 VISIT THESE OFFICIAL LEARN LINUX TV SITES • Main site ➜ 🤍 • Community ➜ 🤍 LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HOST • Personal blog ➜ 🤍 • Twitter ➜ 🤍 FAQ • Which distro do I use? ➜ 🤍 • My recording gear (commissions earned) ➜ 🤍 CONTENT ETHICS • The following article covers the rules and guidelines Learn Linux TV abides by ➜ 🤍 DISCLAIMER: LearnLinuxTV produces technical content that will hopefully be helpful to you and teach you something new. However, this content is provided without any warranty (expressed or implied). LearnLinuxTV is not responsible for any damages that may arise from any use of the content and information that's being provided. The viewer is expected to follow best judgement and to make his/her/their best decisions while working with production or non-production software, systems and hardware. #Linux #GNOME #GNOMEDesktop
Linux Mint 21 review, covering what’s new in the latest edition of this popular distro, including how to upgrade from version 20.3 (see last chapter of the video). Linux Mint 21 can be downloaded from: 🤍 CORRECTION: Note that in the "Muffin" section, where I refer to "Megacity" it should be "Metacity". My appologies. Below are links to my previous reviews of Linux Mint 19 and 20. Note that the Linux Mint 19 video includes detailed installation instructions (which still apply for Linux Mint 21). Linux Mint 19 for Windows Users - 🤍 Linux Mint 20: My Top Linux Distro - 🤍 And I have a review of Ubuntu 22.04, on which Linux Mint 21 is based, here: 🤍 For more information on transitioning to Linux, you may also find useful my series “The Linux Survival Guide”, for which the first episode is here: 🤍 For additional ExplainingComputers videos and other content, you can become a channel member here: 🤍 More videos on computing and related topics can be found at 🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:36 Hello Vanessa (getting Linux Mint 21) 02:37 What’s New? 09:33 Muffin (display manager update) 12:10 Ubuntu Deviations 13:53 MATE & Xfce 15:29 A Solid Upgrade (inc 20.3 upgrade tool) #LinuxMint #BestLinux #LinuxMintUpgrade #ExplainingComputers
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Time to review elementary OS 7 after spending the last 30 days poking around and seeing what has changed. My question is though - amongst all of the projects well-established ideals, what is the cost of those ideals? 0:00 What is the cost of idealism? 1:09 Refresher on elementary OS 2:00 TL;DW take away 3:37 Desktops are expensive 4:03 AppCenter 6:19 Fixing papercuts 7:00 Gestures 7:32 X11 not Wayland 8:08 Onboarding & theming 8:31 Bugs & stability 9:56 GTK4 10:18 System Settings 12:48 Web browser 13:56 Final thoughts #elementaryos #pantheon Links: Affiliate link to Hostinger hosting: 🤍 Donate here...thanks: 🤍 Watch on Odysee/LBRY.tv: 🤍 Sign up to Dropbox: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Blog: http://🤍 Twitter: 🤍
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The world of Linux distributions is ever evolving and changing. New Linux distros come and some old ones fade away. And some distributions just rock it with new features and improvements. Support My Work on Patreon: 🤍 But the choice is always there. You can choose between more than a hundred Linux distributions, each one offering its own unique features and an unique experience. But With so many options to choose from, it can be difficult at times to choose the perfect distro for you. So today, I bring to you, 7 fantastic distributions that are the best out of the best. I’ve tried and tested a long list of Linux distributions and curated a list of 7 top distros, focusing on the features they offer, stability, security, user friendliness and what kind of an experience you get out of them. This video will help you make an informed decision on your next operating system, and I’ve included some hidden gems in there, so lets jump right in.
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Ubuntu 22.04 review, including installation and demo of this latest version of the popular Linux Distro. You can download Ubuntu 22.04, otherwise known as the Jammy Yellyfish, from 🤍 If you like this video, you may also find useful my episodes: Linux Survival Guide #1 - Distros & Drives: 🤍 Linux Survival Guide #2 - Running Windows Applications: 🤍 Linux Survival Guide #3 - GPU Drivers & Printing: 🤍 And you may also enjoy my reviews of other Linux distros, including: Linux Mint 20: 🤍 Zorin OS 16: 🤍 MX Linux: 🤍 Pop!_OS: 🤍 More videos on computing and related topics can be found at 🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:49 The Jammy Jellyfish (getting Ubuntu 22.04) 02:58 Installation 05:57 Interface & Settings 10:24 Applications 16:06 Under the Hood 17:47 Wrap #Ubuntu #Linux #Ubuntu2204 #ExplainingComputers
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Pop!_OS review including installation, as well as demos of auto-tiling, the stacker, and the Pop!_Shop applications manager. You can learn more about and download Pop!_OS from 🤍 To create a bootable Pop!_OS USB drive, you will need an imagining program, such as the Balena Etcher which I use in the video. This can be downloaded from: 🤍 I installed and tested Pop!_OS on an Odyssey X86J4105 computer, which I have reviewed in this video: 🤍 You may also like my reviews of other Linux distros including: Linux Mint 20: 🤍 Ubuntu 20.04: 🤍 Zorin OS 15: 🤍 More videos on computing and related topics can be found at:🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍 Chapters 00:00 Introduction 00:37 Getting Pop!_OS 02:33 Installation 05:37 Workflow 10:14 Pop!_Shop 11:46 Missing Stuff 14:30 Conclusions
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O Linux Mint 21.1 chegou com o nome "Vera" sendo a versão mais recente do sistema operacional, que é considerado uma das portas de entrada do mundo Linux (recomendada para iniciantes). Mas o que poucos sabem é que o Linux Mint possui versões com mais duas interfaces gráficas além do Cinnamon, que são o Linux Mint XFCE e o Linux Mint Mate, excelentes para computadores mais antigos ou com poucos recursos computacionais. Essa versão do Mint é baseada no Ubuntu 22.04 LTS e vem trazendo diversas melhorias, como um redesign nas cores padrões do sistema, passando do tradicional verde para o azul, além de adicionar novos elementos e recursos à interface. NordVPN: go.nordvpn.net/aff_c?offer_id=15&aff_id=72267&url_id=902 NordPass: go.nordpass.io/aff_c?offer_id=488&aff_id=72267&url_id=9356 Desafiando o status quo com conteúdos de qualidade open source. Levando você a tirar o melhor de seus softwares, hardwares e equipamentos. Podcast Rikerlinux o Rikercast, que desafia o status quo através do open source: Deezer: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Google podcast: 🤍 Aqui fica o meu muito obrigado 🙏🏻 também a todos os apoiadores do canal 🥇, que ajudam muito através do SEJA MEMBRO aqui do Youtube ou pelo PADRIM: Alessandro M., Amanda C.,Ana Morais,André Corazim, Artur Gerhardt, Badrick, Clodoaldo B., Érico Araújo, Felipe Serpa, Flavio Franco, G. Dias, Gustavo Gianeli, Herson Schluter, Jorge Cury, Kelvin Silva, Marcus Noronha, Matheus Willian, Matías René, Maurício Víctor, Pablo Abreu, Ramon Diniz, Ricardo Goes, Thiago Amorim, Viviane Silva, Walescko, 1001 Codes Tech, Augusto Roberto Zanoni, Rwan Martins, , Diogo Moreira Lembrando que me apoiado além de ajudar o canal, você ganha acesso a um grupo só pra apoiadores e tem acesso a conteúdos exclusivos, então corra lá por um dos links abaixo e venha apoiar o canal também: 🤍 🤍 Ou envie um Picpay para: 🤍rikerlinux Siga o RikerLinux nas Redes Sociais: Telegram: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Página no Face: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 Canal no Telegram: 🤍 #melhor #sistema #opensource
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Zorin OS 16 Linux distro review, covering both Zorin OS 16 Core and Zorin OS 16 Pro. Includes installation, layouts and themes, applications and their installation, running Windows programs, and even a little on gaming! :) Note that I purchased the copy of ZorinOS 16 Pro shown in this video, both to support the developers, and to highlight the independence of this review. This is not a sponsored video! The other videos I refer to in this ExplainingComputers episode are: PC BIOS Settings: 🤍 Krita Free Paint Program: 🤍 Running Windows in Linux: VirtualBox Configuration: 🤍 And the Odyssey X86J4105 computer I install Zorin OS on is reviewed in this video: 🤍 If you are interested in transitioning to Linux, you may be interested in my videos: Linux Mint 20: 🤍 Ubuntu 20.04 for Windows Users: 🤍 Linux Tips for MS Office Users: 🤍 Linux Terminal Introduction: 🤍 More videos on computing and related topics can be found at: 🤍 You may also like my ExplainingTheFuture channel at: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:38 Getting Zorin OS 05:04 Demo (Zorin OS Core) 09:23 Applications 16:36: Zorin OS 16 Pro 20:00 Wrap
Nobara Linux is created by one the most prolific individual contributors to Linux gaming, the mighty gloriouseggroll himself, Nobara project is a distribution that brings a lot to the table. Download Nobara: 🤍 Nobara Project Discord: 🤍 Nobara Project is a Fedora-based Linux distribution that comes with many enhancements and additional features that boost your desktop Linux experience. Fedora is a fantastic distribution, but Nobara takes it to the next level. Nobara Project is a great distribution for gaming as it is built for that from the ground up. it would be an understatement if I said that GloriousEggroll, the develoeprs of ProtonGE and WineGE understands gaming. And I wouldn't be wrong in saying that because of him, tens of thousands of people game comfortably on Linux. Nobara is his take on the perfect gaming distro and it is quite good. Right from the kernel, tweaks, and configurations to drivers and preinstalled applications, everything makes this bleeding edge distro amazing. It is also one of the best-performing distributions, especially on NVIDIA hardware. So let's jump right in and have the look at the stunning user interface, the blazing performance, stability, usabiility and see what makes Nobara such an incredible experience. Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 1:08 User Interface 3:23 Performance 5:06 Stability and Usability 7:08 Software Availability 7:47 Gaming 10:52 Community Support 11:56 Installation 13:56 My Personal Thoughts
Fedora 37 was released in November of 2022, and with it comes Linux kernel 6.0 as well as GNOME 43. In this video, Jay will give you his thoughts on this release. Is Fedora 37 worth checking out? SUPPORT LEARN LINUX TV'S AWESOME CONTENT Note: Commission may be earned for any and all links presented here. • Become a channel member here on YouTube ➜ 🤍 • Become a Patron on Patreon ➜ 🤍 • Set up your own cloud server with Linode ➜ 🤍 SPOIL YOURSELF WITH A LINUX-RELATED GIFT • Mastering Ubuntu Server 4th Edition (Jay wrote that!!! 😲) ➜ 🤍 • Affiliate store for Linux compatible hardware/accessories ➜ 🤍 • Awesome KVM for your Homelab ➜ 🤍 INDIVIDUAL SECTIONS 00:00 - Intro 01:30 - What's new? Well, not all that much... 04:22 - First-class GNOME 43 implementation 05:14 - Let's talk about the Raspberry Pi version of Fedora 37 09:16 - On x86 computers, Fedora 37 is great! LINUX BEGINNERS SHOULD WATCH THESE ESSENTIAL VIDEOS • How to create a bootable flash drive for installing Linux ➜ 🤍 • Installing an operating system for Raspberry Pi ➜ 🤍 • Understanding Linux permissions ➜ 🤍 • Essential tweaks for ALL Linux Servers ➜ 🤍 BRUSH UP YOUR SKILLS WITH THESE STAND-ALONE TUTORIALS • OpenSSH Guide ➜ 🤍 • How to better secure OpenSSH ➜ 🤍 • 10 Linux Terminal Tips and Tricks to Enhance Your Workflow ➜ 🤍 • Over 15 Terminal Tricks You Should Learn ➜ 🤍 CHECK OUT THESE LINUX COURSES TO LEVEL UP YOUR TUX POWERS • Get up to speed with managing an OpenStack Cloud ➜ 🤍 • Learn how to write your own Bash Scripts ➜ 🤍 • Install, configure, and maintain a Proxmox VE Cluster ➜ 🤍 • Automate tedious setup jobs by learning Ansible ➜ 🤍 • Learn how to exit vim (and use it too) ➜ 🤍 LISTEN TO A GEEKY PODCAST • Enterprise Linux Security ➜ 🤍 • The Homelab Show ➜ 🤍 WORK ON A FUN LINUX PROJECT • Run your own Gitlab CE Server ➜ 🤍 • Build a Kubernetes Cluster on Proxmox ➜ 🤍 • Set up your own Nextcloud Server ➜ 🤍 VISIT THESE OFFICIAL LEARN LINUX TV SITES • Main site ➜ 🤍 • Community ➜ 🤍 LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HOST • Personal blog ➜ 🤍 • Twitter ➜ 🤍 FAQ • Which distro do I use? ➜ 🤍 • My recording gear (commissions earned) ➜ 🤍 Disclaimer: LearnLinuxTV provides technical content on YouTube that will hopefully be helpful to you and teach you something new. However, this content is provided without any warranty (expressed or implied). LearnLinuxTV is not responsible for any damages that may arise from any use of this content. The viewer is expected to follow best judgement and to make his/her/their best decisions while working with production or non-production systems and hardware. #linuxdistro #Fedora #Fedora37
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MX Linux is one of the most powerful Linux distros today and it's even ranked #1 on DISTROWATCH. Why has NO other Linux Distro beaten it in the last 3 years? Is MX really that good? In this video, we'll be having a deep dive into the newly released MX Linux 21. Help me make MORE Linux Videos: 🤍 Download MX Linux 21: 🤍 Connect with me on INSTAGRAM: 🤍 It's a fusion of the solid Debian base and XFCE desktop, which delivers a performance-driven computing experience. I've been playing with MX for a long time now, and it's one of those distros which I highly respect. And it's not just me, the number of people using MX has grown significantly in the last couple of years. It even ranks #1 on Distrowatch. I am particularly excited to talk about MX tools. These are power tools created exclusively for MX, And they give you much deeper control over what you can do with your computer. MX Tools make this Linux distro more powerful than anything out there. And the real genius lies in how beginner-friendly these tools are. Also, the performance on MX Linux is on another level