April 4th, 2019 | 29 mins 42 secs
arch, gaming, getting started, hardware, jupiter broadcasting, linux, live usb, manjaro, podcast, thinkpad
The Linux Gaming Report rolls forward as Jason throws Manjaro 18 on the test bench and walks away shocked.
March 21st, 2019 | 31 mins 31 secs
fedora, gaming, gnome, jupiter broadcasting, librem 15, linux, podcast, pop!_os, proton, purism, solus, steam, system76, ubuntu, vulkan
Jason goes deeper down the rabbit hole by exploring the state of Steam gaming on 9 different Linux distributions. Find out how Fedora compares to Pop!_OS.
March 7th, 2019 | 31 mins 3 secs
distro challenge, fedora, gnome, jupiter broadcasting, linux, nextcloud, podcast, raspberry pi
The distro challenges roll on with Fedora Workstation. Jason shares his thoughts on getting it up and running, feeling at home with vanilla Gnome, and why Fedora may be perfect place for his Magic the Gathering addiction.
February 21st, 2019 | 33 mins 40 secs
emulator, gaming, jupiter broadcasting, lakka, linux, mate, opensuse, pinepook, podcast, raspberry pi, raspbian, retro, retropie, ubuntu
Jason finally discovers the bottomless well of potential that is the Raspberry Pi, and talks about his first experience with Raspbian. Then Joe and Jason take a nostalgic deep dive into retro gaming on both the Raspberry Pi and the Pinebook.
February 7th, 2019 | 31 mins 16 secs
challenge, elementary os, jason evangelho, jupiter broadcasting, linux, new to linux podcast, opensuse, phoronix test suite, podcast, tumbleweed
Episode 2 is all about opposites, such as the major differences between benchmarking graphics cards like Radeon VII on Linux and Windows. Then we dive into the Phoronix Test Suite, a robust tool that isn't just for tech reviewers. Find out why you should be using it too.
January 23rd, 2019 | 28 mins 16 secs
challenge, elementary os, jason evangelho, jupiter broadcasting, linux, nas, network storage, new to linux podcast, openmediavault, podcast
We kick off a brand new show with a discussion about Jason's elementary OS community challenge. Then we get into the pros and cons of setting up your own NAS with OpenMediaVault.