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Audiocasts/Shows: This Week in Linux, AntiX 19.3, "Did The Linux Market Share Never Actually Rise?"

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  • This Week in Linux 121: Linux 5.9, KDE Plasma 5.20, LibreOffice, Pine64 & More - TuxDigital

    On this episode of This Week in Linux, we’ve got a monster of a show with so many great topics and even some potentially controversial stuff to talk about. We’re going to start off this episode with the namesake of the show, the Linux Kernel with version 5.9 being released. KDE announced the latest version of Plasma with version 5.20 and Pine64 made some really cool announcements of their own that I am so excited to share with you. LibreOffice published an Open Letter to Apache OpenOffice about what they think should happen with the future of OpenOffice. This one will be very interesting. We got a new release of Krita with version 4.4 this week. Later in the show we will talk about some Distro release related to 2 recovery distros: Redo Rescue 3.0 and Rescuezilla 2.0. Then we’ll round out the show with some Security News related to a Critical Bluetooth Vulnerability found nicknamed “BleedingTooth”. All that and much more comming up right now on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!


  • An Installation And First Look At AntiX 19.3 - YouTube

    This is an installation and first look at the recently released AntiX 19.3. AntiX is a Debian-based Linux distribution that is light, fast and gorgeous. It is systemd-free and it has both 32-bit and 64-bit ISOs. 

  • Did The Linux Market Share Never Actually Rise?

    There have been tons of articles talking about how the Linux marketshare has been rising and I was incredibly skeptical about this back when I did my first video on the topic and rightly so because it seems like the Linux desktop marketshare never actually grew and it's back to where it was previously.

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