This week we review the KDE Slimbook II, experiment with Linux on the Hades Canyon NUC and play some Track Mania Nations Forever. We also bring you some command line love and go over your feedback.
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It’s Season 11 Episode 14 of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson and Martin Wimpress are connected and speaking to your brain.
In this week’s show:
- We discuss what we’ve been up to recently:
- Martin has been getting his 1337 gamer vibe on with a 10 year old racing game and experimenting with the Hades Canyon NUC.
- We review the KDE Slimbook II.
- We share a Command Line Lurve:
snap set core refresh,schedule– Set the snap refresh schedule
sudo snap set core refresh.schedule=4:00-7:00
- And we go over all your amazing feedback – thanks for sending it – please keep sending it!
Image credit: Joshua Allwood
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Alan said: “The power brick is fairly small […] I didn’t see what wattage it was, but it’s 19 volt, 2 amp.”
You were just one multiplication away to know it though 😀
(Hint: 19V x 2A = 38W)
Hi Guys like the sow so much – Although audio is not as good as Jupiter broadcasting I still enjoy it very much. I liked the Slimbook and other reviews. But I like to tinker with lower end stuff a lot. Is it possible to review the new Odriod game console or, Pinebook 64 or One of Endless Linux computers? I would like to see Ubuntu Mate supported with the PineBook like Netrunner linux is.