Noodlings 33 | Just a Playground

Here is the 33rd hand-full of penuts sized podcast episode Top 11 Reasons YaST makes openSUSE AwesomeKaOS | Review From an openSUSE User BDL Live openSUSE Corner Wireshark, PipeWire, Audacity Update in TumbleweedBugzilla – Bug 1187627 After update, Kdenlive crashes on starting Tumbleweed Roundup https://lists.opensuse.org/archives/list/factory@lists.opensuse.org/ https://review.tumbleweed.boombatower.com/ Computer History Retrospective This is my segment where I … Continue reading Noodlings 33 | Just a Playground

KaOS | Review From an openSUSE User

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KaOS is as distribution that has, for whatever reason, not been top of mind at all during my time with Linux. I think it is unfortunate that this has been the case because I really like what is going on here with this project. The developers and maintainers have done a lot to ensue that … Continue reading KaOS | Review From an openSUSE User

elementary OS 6.0 | Review From an openSUSE User

A biased review of elementary OS 6.0 Odin by an openSUSE user.

USB Powered Clock-Fan | Widget Review

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Very rarely do I impulsively buy a thing but I had a moment of weakness and purchased this USB powered clock-fan after seeing this thing in real life. Since I thought it was so cool, I had to share this rather exciting thing. Generally, I can have buyer's remorse with an impulse buy but not … Continue reading USB Powered Clock-Fan | Widget Review

KDE Plasma 5.21 on openSUSE Tumbleweed | Better Then Ever

Periodically, I like to gush over my operating system and desktop. Since I move back and forth between systems running both of my distributions of choice, Leap and Tumbleweed, I can see how Plasma is advancing as well as see what a static view of it is like over the course of a year or … Continue reading KDE Plasma 5.21 on openSUSE Tumbleweed | Better Then Ever

Fedora 33 | Review from an openSUSE User

Keeping inline with my general theme of being late to the party, I have finally given Fedora 33 a spin. I have previously reviewed Fedora 31 and really enjoyed it very much. In fact, every time I have used Fedora, it has indeed been a great experience. I am again trying out Plasma because I … Continue reading Fedora 33 | Review from an openSUSE User

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

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

Badaptor | DeWalt 20v MAX battery to Ryobi 18v One+

In 2019, I bought into DeWalt 20v MAX cordless tool platform as part of my mission to reduce complexity in and improve efficiency in as many aspects of my life as possible. This is a long term mission of mine with many facets but basic tools was at the foundation of this plan. DeWalt has … Continue reading Badaptor | DeWalt 20v MAX battery to Ryobi 18v One+

UbuntuDDE | Review from an openSUSE User

The Linux and open source community is a wonderful thing and as part of a BDLL community we have these distribution challenges. Try out a different distribution and talk about your experience. There was a lot of excitement about having the Deepin Desktop on the Ubuntu base and I decided to commit to this challenge. … Continue reading UbuntuDDE | Review from an openSUSE User