Check out BigDaddy's "Linux Spotlight" where he interviews folks from the Linux community. This week he interviews me. And be sure to subscribe to BigDaddyLinux if you are not already subscribed.

youtube.com/watch?v=DSS8fe3eA9

ATTN: Amateur Radio Operators
After a dormant period of @ 2 years CHIRP was updated last month. Alas, my Retivis RT-95 (Anytone AT-778UV) has not been added. Dastardly good radio. Rated at 25W but mine pumps out 30W from a MENZO 12v 30a Dc Universal Regulated Switching Power Supply. $18. 73's.

Installed an early alpha of MX-19 on #thinkpad X1 Carbon 5th gen, and every single key and function works OOTB!

Nice not to have to chase drivers, fix key bindings and all that tiresome stuff. Well done.

The Lunduke Show: "MX Linux - The new distro king?"

"Question from the audience: How do you feel about MX Linux becoming the new Linux standard?

It seems that a mild mannered superstar has been created?"

==> youtu.be/bykFqda_rsk
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#Lunduke

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Xfce 4.14 - switching from gtk2 to gtk3 libraries - is already too late for Debian Buster but the first pre-release version is out.

Packagers have now prepared it for the Dev team so it can be integrated and any issues worked out in time for MX-19 to ship with it.

Great stuff!

I sometimes wear a Linux Action Show hoodie and my boyfriend has my old Ubuntu hoodie that he sometimes wears.

I was grabbing lunch alone today at a sub shop we frequent and one of the employees recognized me as one of the two who come in together wearing Linux hoodies and told me he'd been playing around with Linux recently and that he really likes the Plasma desktop.

Talking about something I love with someone new was a nice little boost at the end of a long, rough week.

I've been using MX for about a year now and I have quit my distro hopping ways. My desktop configuration is exactly what I want and every bit of software I want is there. Congratulations on the number one slot on distrowatch.com. You deserve it.

Cover your tits people, it is up to you.
If you roam around like this, don't be surprised if people stare at your

A dandy little (and custom) system monitor, gkrellm is an old but handy system monitor esp useful for distros that don't come with conky. It's in most repositories. Or apt-get it.

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