COSMIC Level Review of Fedora 35 | Destination Linux 252

COSMIC Level Review of Fedora 35 | Destination Linux 252

This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we are going to take a look at Fedora 35 now that it’s out. All of our hosts have been playing with this distro and it’s time to share our thoughts. Then we’re going to discuss a new desktop environment from System76. Plus we’ve also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. All of this and so much more this week on Destination Linux. So whether you’re brand new to Linux and open source or a guru of sudo. This is the podcast for you. в–єв–є

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251: Why We Became Linux Enthusiasts

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251: Why We Became Linux Enthusiasts

00:00:00 = Welcome to DL 252
00:00:57 = Community Feedback: Should we try to keep Linux for only technical users?
00:10:07 = Community Feedback: Destination Arch?
00:11:41 = DigitalOcean: App Platform ( )
00:13:08 = Fedora Linux 35 Review
00:39:55 = Bitwarden Password Manager ( )
00:42:00 = System76 working on a new Desktop Environment
00:48:46 = Linux Gaming: Unpacking
00:54:23 = Software Spotlight: RStudio
00:57:37 = Linux Events: Game Sphere 24hour Livestream Linux Foundation Red Hat Atlanta
01:00:28 = Outro

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14 thoughts on “COSMIC Level Review of Fedora 35 | Destination Linux 252

  1. Love your show, and I love ALL the DE's! Thank you for sharing with us, this makes me want to give Fedora a try! Coming from Manjaro.
    Keep up the great work!

  2. thank you for telling your audience that growth is a good thing. we need casual users to enjoy and feel safe on linux ( safe as in if i install this program is it goin to break my computer?) if yes or MAYBE i dont know? than its scarey.. we need that fix more than anything. the second biggest tihng to fix is. if casual user like me wants to play video games oyu know how much of a pain is it to install all the different emulator and layers just to maybe play some video games? we need to simplify and combine things so its not as daunting to causal users who don tknow to instal l12 things to get a game working. make it. .2 things to make the game work at most.

  3. i had issues with obs in fedora,i could not use hotkeys or minimize the app.i think the app is at fault there because i can run it just fine with no issue on other distros.

  4. Great show guys. I still hate gnome. I still love Jill. And I thank you all for the time and effort you take to bring us such quality and entertaining content!
    Be safe and stay well.

  5. hmmm, elitism again (about very first email).
    What if instead of accumulating "smart people", all those already smart people will take care patiently of others to teach them to become "new smart people". so in the end all of people on earth will be "smart people" and can use linux then ?.
    Just FYI, that was critical irony, because i hate elitism….

    And after this, the most of IT guys will hate me, but my experience about "all those smart people in IT"… says only that they are not that smart (at least the majority of those with whom i worked, with exceptions of course).

    So maybe stop this elitism bs… Help others! Practice your teaching skills with patience and understanding. Helping others – you are helping yourself to be smart by learning new skills….

  6. 25:17 Fedora Silverblue lends more to toolbox/podman than it does to flatpak, although your basic apps will be in a flatpak, those apps like IDE's and the like will need to be ran from a toolbox container. toolbox and the whole container concept for the desktop is pretty interesting.

  7. The Fedora 35 upgrade was smooth for me even through the package manager update ( drop to, upgrade up to releasever=35 ) I expected issues since it's not a supported way to upgrade because of systemd-boot but I had a great experience. I will upgrade 2 more machines this way.

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