Once you become aware that there is a dependable, secure, capable, and modern computer system that rivals all others in popularity and actual use, you will want to try the Linux operating system on your computer. Perhaps you've been using a member of the Unix/Linux family - Linux, Android, ChromeOS, BSD or even macOS - for quite a while. If so, you are likely looking for new ways to optimize your technology for the way you work. Going Linux is for computer users who just want to use Linux to get things done.
Are you new to Linux, upgrading from Windows to Linux, or just thinking about moving to Linux? This website and audio podcast provides you with practical, day-to-day advice on how to use Linux and its applications. Our goal is to help make the Linux experience easy for you.
Listen on your phone or tablet, or even in a browser window. Our Show Notes page lists the full archive of our shows, and let's you play the episodes right there on the page.
Listen on-line using a streaming player like Stitcher.
The show notes page includes Larry's 2008 through 2014 appearances on the Computer America radio show. Go to the Computer America site to hear their new Linux correspondent, Marcel Gagne.
Using Ubuntu MATE and Its Applications: Ubuntu MATE 18.04 EditionNow available on Amazon: This book has been updated with the new features of the 18.04 LTS release and is written for computer users who want a reference detailed enough to help them to learn about Ubuntu MATE and its applications and to build their confidence and competence in using them to get things done.
Using 4K (HiDPI) Monitors on LinuxLinux support for high-resolution computer displays (HiDPI, UHD, or 4K displays) is still being perfected. However, with the 18.04 release, the Ubuntu MATE team has included a utility that automatically detects your 4K display and sets the appropriate screen scaling for you.
Two Books for Users of Ubuntu MATEWhile it's is great for users who have migrated from Windows or macOS, Ubuntu MATE is also an excellent choice for any kind of computer user, from casual home user to professional software developer.Read Our Books
Our Resources Page provides external links to some of the most useful resources that we use, and that we mention and recommend in our podcast.
Join our Google+ community forums to join the discussions.
Have you been wondering how to actually receive each episode of this (or any other) podcast automatically? Although it is called "subscribing," you are really just adding the podcast to your podcast receiving software... and of course it's free.
If you already have podcast receiving software such as Amarok, gPodder or iTunes, use feed links below to receive new episodes automatically.
Instructions for several Linux, Windows and OSX podcatchers are given here.
Theme music for the Going Linux podcast is generously provided by Mark Blasco. http://www.podcastthemes.com
Going Linux Podcast by Larry Bushey is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.