This week we have been deploying bitwarden_rs and get the Stream Deck to work well on Ubuntu. We discuss how much we really use desktop environments, bring you a GUI love and go over all your wonderful feedback.

It’s Season 14 Episode 06 of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson and Martin Wimpress are connected and speaking to your brain.

In this week’s show:

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2 Comments » for S14E06 – Flap Bake Signal
  1. Torin Doyle says:

    On the topic of DEs – I started with GNOME2 in 2008 and went to Xfce after G2 went away, then MATE and am very happy with it. The Caja FM is perfect for my needs. MATE has just the right amount of config options – not too much and not too little.

  2. Geoff Rousell says:

    I’ve been listening to these podcasts in “catch up” mode, and this one typified why I’ve been enjoying them so much. I haven’t fully comitted to a Linux desktop future, but the measured discussion about what a desktop environment really IS was food for thought. All that and a pointer to the brilliant BARRIER (installed and configured immediately after the podcast) means I’m really engaged. Thanks!