Noodlings 28 | Building Things

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Here is the 28th Chiclet sized podcast episode Return of BDLL Digital Sign Solution with Screenly on the Raspberry Pi Ventoy | Multi-ISO Bootable USB Drive Made Easy TiddlyWiki | Personal, non-linear, Note Taking Application on Linux openSUSE Corner openSUSE Smiles I purchased a new printer and had some issues with the proprietary plugin. The … Continue reading Noodlings 28 | Building Things

TiddlyWiki | Personal, non-linear, Note Taking Application on Linux

There are many options for Personal Note Taking Application on Linux but TiddlyWiki just happens to be the one I use the most and the longest on openSUSE.

Noodlings 27 | Flipping my Podcast switch

This is my 27th individually wrapped fun-sized podcast, now with less effort! #Noodlings #Podcast #ComputerHistory

Noodlings 26 | Redemption

Here is the 26th morsel-sized podcast episode This is just a Nate-echo-chamber of ideas but if you are interested in more thoughts and opinions in discussion with other Linux and open source enthusiasts, subscribe to DLN Xtend, a podcast with the Destination Linux Network where I have a chat with my co-hosts Matt and Wendy … Continue reading Noodlings 26 | Redemption

Yakuake | Drop-down Terminal Emulator on openSUSE

I was recently asked why I haven't mentioned anything about Yakuake on CubicleNate.com so I decided to take the time and cover some of its features, what I did to modify it a smidge and why I use it. For starters, I don't think the terminal is a "power user" function. I truly believe it … Continue reading Yakuake | Drop-down Terminal Emulator on openSUSE

Noodlings 25 | Getting Feedback

The 25th value menu sized podcast This is just a Nate-echo-chamber of ideas but if you are interested in more thoughts and opinions in discussion with other Linux and open source enthusiasts, subscribe to DLN Xtend, a podcast with the Destination Linux Network where I have a chat with my co-hosts Matt and Wendy on … Continue reading Noodlings 25 | Getting Feedback

Insync | Google Drive and OneDrive Sync Client on openSUSE

Insync is an application I have been using since about 2013 to make my Google Drive files available to me on my Linux Desktop. I have previously written about my Insync experience and continue to use Insync but recently, I received a question about installing Insync on openSUSE Leap and I realized that the documentation … Continue reading Insync | Google Drive and OneDrive Sync Client on openSUSE

Noodlings 24 | Spring green like openSUSE

The 24th appetizer sized podcast I am doing my best to not fade out, but for more of my thought and opinions, subscribe to DLN Xtend, a podcast with the Destination Linux Network where I have a chat about Linuxy things with my co-hosts Matt and Wendy. openSUSE Smiles openSUSE Stickers to Enhance your TechopenSUSE Smiles … Continue reading Noodlings 24 | Spring green like openSUSE

mGBA | Game Boy Emulation on Linux

I have received quite the number of comments about emulating the Game Boy on modern hardware and all the work that is going into it. I learned so much about the extensive community around emulating Game Boy games and the technology, research and absolute passion that goes into it. Though I was given many suggestions, … Continue reading mGBA | Game Boy Emulation on Linux

Linking a TI-86 Calculator with openSUSE

Since there is a part of me still stuck in 1998, I do enjoy using my Texas Instruments TI-86 calculator for math things. When I have a complex equation that my middle-aged brain just can't seem to work out, I reach for my trusty old TI-86. It has been a faithful companion that has been … Continue reading Linking a TI-86 Calculator with openSUSE