Title: And then there were three
In this episode: Abandoned by Jon, Graham and Effy, three brave LXFers soldier on. We discuss CDE, Debian, XFCE, iCloud, the Ubuntu App Showdown and the Liberated Pixel Cup. We discover Linux Mint 13, dd, the Cask Corner, and Stella (the distro, not the beer). We Get upset about the British transport system and Ubuntu's package management, and happy about Rasbian's setup tool. And we get your views on whether Linux can corner the gaming market. Oh, and apologies for the audio quality: there were some gremlins in the recording software. Normal service will be resumed in a fortnight.
What's in the show:
- Lightning News:
- Discovery of the week:
Stella fills a niche he never new existed.
Linux Mint is surprisingly easy to use, even for a none Linux user.
- Rants and Raves
Gary and Ben rant, while Andrew raves.
- Speak Your Brains:
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- Open Ballot: Will Linux become the next gaming platform?
- We're updating Facebook again.
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Presenters: Andrew Gregory, Ben Everard and Gary Walker
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