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Linux Out Loud is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the Community from places like the Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. Linux Out Loud podcast is brought to you by the TuxDigital Network!

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  • 184: Non-typical Computer Build | Linux Out Loud 86

    April 12th, 2024  |  1 hr 2 mins
    audio quality, equipment upgrades, first, ftc, local file-sharing apps, localsend, robotics competition, snapdrop

    In episode 86 of Linux Out Loud covers local file-sharing apps, show audio, robotics, and building computers.

  • 183: Am I the Jerk | Linux Out Loud 85 (FIXED AUDIO)

    March 25th, 2024  |  1 hr 54 mins
    aita, am i the asshole, anti cheat, anti-cheat, apple, boxbuddy, buds 3, dbrand, distrobox, first, ftc, god of war, gog, jerk, macbook, oneplus, reddit, robotics competition

    In episode 85 of Linux Out Loud engage in lively banter and discussion covering a range of tech-related topics. Matt rejoins the team, so we play 3 rounds of "Am I the Jerk". Taking tech-related posts from Reddit and passing judgment. Help us answer the question, am I the jerk?

  • 181: Everything Matt Hates | Linux Out Loud 84

    March 6th, 2024  |  56 mins 13 secs
    3d printing, audio shows, challenges, collaboration, community engagement, continuous improvement, learning experiences, linux, onshape, portable editing system, robotics competition, systems setup, terminal, video shows

    Nate and Wendy chat about topics Matt couldn't care less about, while he is away. 3D printing, robotics, terminal commands, and more in episode 84 of Linux Out Loud.

  • 180: What is Linux Missing | Linux Out Loud 83

    February 21st, 2024  |  1 hr 9 mins
    android integration, first, ftc, gaming challenges, hardware options, network optimizations, robotics competitions, software compatibility, speech-to-text tools, vpn issues

    The Linux Out Loud team discusses the current state of Linux in episode 83. Nate explores hardware options for his organization, Wendy talks about robotics competitions. They touch on speech-to-text tools, network optimizations, VPN issues, Android integration, and gaming challenges on Linux.

  • 179: Linux Bubble | Linux Out Loud

    February 3rd, 2024  |  1 hr 28 secs
    advantages, benefits, bubble, creative work, diverse spectrum, finding audience, gratitude, internet service, new users, reaching out, smaller devices, starlink, users

    On episode 82 of Linux Out Loud, we discuss whether Linux users live in a bubble. We explore the advantages of Linux on smaller devices, share experiences with the new Starlink internet service, and talk about the importance of reaching out to new users. Also, highlight the benefits of Linux for creative work and discuss the diverse spectrum of Linux users.

  • 178: New Year, New Hardware | Linux Out Loud 81

    January 19th, 2024  |  1 hr 7 mins
    backups, cad modeling, gaming device frustrations, headphone preferences, microtransactions, monitor setups, multiplayer gaming limitations, remote desktop experiences, robotics, soldering projects

    In episode 81 of Linux Out Loud, we discuss soldering projects, CAD modeling for robotics, gaming device frustrations, remote desktop experiences, and touch on the limitations of multiplayer gaming on certain platforms.

  • 177: Ready for an Upgrade | Linux Out Loud 80

    December 27th, 2023  |  46 mins 34 secs
    comfort, ergonomics, framework's modular laptops, game launcher, heroic launcher, installing davinci software, linux, microsoft, monitor setups, professional setting, tailscale, unhelpful documentation, wendy's struggle

    In episode 80 of Linux Out Loud, we discuss various topics including monitor setups, Heroic Launcher, Framework laptops, and more.

  • 176: Double Secret Guest | Linux Out Loud 79

    December 13th, 2023  |  49 mins 38 secs
    3d printing projects, changes, discourse forum, failures, funny stories, gaming preferences, kubernetes, listeners, merchandise store, networking, next episode, o-droid h3 plus, raspberry pi, self-care, setups, steam deck

    In Episode 79 of our podcast, all four of us are together for the first time.

  • 175: More Matt Enablement | Linux Out Loud 78

    November 29th, 2023  |  1 hr 4 mins
    egpu, fairphone, first, fll, framework, ftc, robotics, shuttle xpress, ubuntu, ubuntu summit, video editing

    In episode 78, Wendy shares exciting robotics news and her quest for better audio quality in video presentations. We talked about the cost of audio setups and our robotics team's expansion. Nate also touches on topics like his experiences at the Ubuntu Summit, video editing in Linux, and the highly anticipated Steam Deck. Tune in for a lively conversation mixing lighthearted banter and insightful information.

  • 174: Toipc Tornado | Linux Out Loud 77

    November 9th, 2023  |  1 hr 12 mins
    3d printer, alternative options, among us, android apps, blendos, cloud-based applications, crimson trials, e-bike, gaming experiences, headphone jack, headphones, immutable, opensuse, rainbow vomit, rgb house lights, robotics team, smart memory foam pillow, spaceborne 2, tumbleweed, tuxkart, updates, visually impaired

    In episode 77, we struggle more than usual to stay on topic. There are highlights in discussing the uses for rainbow vomit, Matt playing Among Us, and all the twists and turns in between.

  • 173: Nate is BACK | Linux Out Loud 76

    October 25th, 2023  |  1 hr 6 mins
    audio, challenge team, crackdown, crackdown 2, displaylink, first lego league, fll, internet service provider, isp, multi-channel, opensuse, ota, phantom dust, robotics, smart phone, starlink, tcl, too human, wayland, wifi, xbox

    In episode 76 of Linux Out Loud, we catch up on recent experiences, multi-monitor support options, and of course gaming suggestions.

  • 172: All About the Hardware | Linux Out Loud 75

    October 11th, 2023  |  53 mins 36 secs
    5g, android, bluetooth, dongle, game library, internal wifi card, isp, phone, refurbished, sd card, slow speeds, starlink, steam deck, steamdeck, tcl, throttling, tlc, upload, wifi

    In this episode of Linux Out Loud, we cover various hardware topics. Wendy recommends Intel Wi-Fi cards for Linux and shares her Bluetooth upgrade. Matt discusses budget phone options that don't give up updates. We talk about internet issues, Steam Deck storage, and share game recommendations. Connect with us and stay tuned for more!