PipeWire Audio Server on openSUSE Tumbleweed

PipeWire on openSUSE

Linux audio has been considered a sore-spot with some audiophiles. Personally, I have been very happy with Linux Audio since about 2009 or 2010 or so and enjoyed its continual improvements as the project has matured. The high point for PulseAudio has been the intuitive, input / output switching. The downside has been the latency … Continue reading PipeWire Audio Server on openSUSE Tumbleweed

Noodlings 29 | Transient State

Here is the 29th individually wrapped fun sized podcast episode Pimiga Return of Makers Corner Podcast with Yannick Linking a TI-86 Calculator with openSUSE openSUSE Corner openSUSE Smiles New architectures for Leapx86_64ARM 64Power PC, not big-endianIBM Z and LinuxONE, s390xArchitecture list for Tumbleweedx86_32x86_64ARM v6ARM v7ARM Arch 64RISC V 64 News IRC and Matrix announcements Due to … Continue reading Noodlings 29 | Transient State

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

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

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

Bpytop on openSUSE | Terminal

I recently published an article about how great Bashtop is on openSUSE, and when I was nearly done with it, I was told about Bpytop. Since I was going through the final edit, I didn't just want to dump what I did before but rather, follow it up with Bpytop. I am not sure how … Continue reading Bpytop on openSUSE | Terminal

Bashtop on openSUSE | Terminal

I am generally behind the curve when it comes to the new hotness out there. Not sure what it is, maybe I am out of phase with the rest of the world, maybe just behind on my podcast listening or not really paying attention, so while everyone else has moved on to the next new … Continue reading Bashtop on openSUSE | Terminal