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There are 331 Comments for this Podcast
This podcast has helped my whole family make the switch to linux, my laptop and the 3 computers in our home all run Ubuntu or Mint.
Submitted By: kneey5
(549,726 on 5-2014)

useful help
I really appreciate your useful tips Tom and Larry. please tell me which of these distros are best. 1Ultimate edition 3.4 or Linux mint 13?
Submitted By: no9to5blogger
(546,476 on 6-2013)

Great podcast!
Fun, lighthearted and educating pod for evetybody interested in technology and wanting to escape from Windows to the freedom in Linux.
Submitted By: egil.bjarko
(546,388 on 5-2013)

Hey you guys are great pod-casters. I enjoy listening to you guys and podcast make me want to switch to Linux as soon as I can get my own system.
Submitted By: argonscientist
(545,981 on 2-2013)

Turning Point
Thanks for your work to bring people to Linux. I am afraid that 2012 is not going to be the year for the Linux desktop, because we have thrown up barriers in front of new users. My friends and I have run into installation problems, new desktops that are bloated and buggy, and it is hard to find a reliable Go To distro for newcomers. Lately, I have been setting up switchers with PCLinuxOS, because it is configurable and it helps new users to find their way. Topic Suggestion: Helping Friends Switch to Linux in 2012. (I will let you rant, because you will be nicer about it). -- Charles in NJ
Submitted By: catintp
(542,707 on 1-2012)

They keep going....
Tom and Ray (oppsss Larry and Tom) have kept an interesting and relevant podcast going for some time now. Ive listened to them in 4 continents now and not only appreciate their show and its technical content, but the American nature of the show which, for someone who has been overseas for some 18 years) really is a comfort from time to time... Great show.
Submitted By: kennedyj
(541,728 on 12-2011)

Great Show!!!!!
Submitted By: bert
(540,605 on 11-2011)

Going Linux Podcast
Going Linux is the best Linux podcast period.
Submitted By: jimdeloache
(540,409 on 11-2011)

nice time-pass during transit
Very nice podcast. Tom and Larry are more like friends than hosts. My suggestions are; 1. going a bit advanced into installing software from source code; Maybe baby-steps. 2. take some good looking desktop screenshots, and give a tutorial on how to make desktops like that. You could also include the screenshot as another artwork for the audio, so that it shows when playing on media player. 3. Give tutorials on general software structure in Linux systems. There are lots of libraries (idk what they are), micro programs in Linux which work in the background. Maybe you can make a general discussion about a bunch of them per podcast. Thanks :)
Submitted By: kranthi.t2000
(540,338 on 11-2011)

good
Submitted By: tony4nina
(539,825 on 10-2011)

Very helpful
Informational and helpful. Helped give me more confidence in linux and Ive recommended this podcast to others in hopes to convince them there is help avail and that the switch is not scarey and well worth whatever fears they overcome in switching
Submitted By: FTBBoy2115
(539,745 on 10-2011)

Great Show!!!
Submitted By: a.hereford
(539,335 on 10-2011)

Great show It is the best for newbies
This show is great. The banter between Larry and Tom is great and keeps you listening and learning. Keep up the great work!
Submitted By: ralphthetech
(539,066 on 9-2011)

Great shows. Love the contents.
Submitted By: abel.joseph20
(539,015 on 9-2011)

Good listening
I found this podcast a short time ago, and have found it both informative and entertaining.
Submitted By: jcarsgm
(538,961 on 9-2011)

Great show
Submitted By: procedar
(538,827 on 9-2011)

best podcast
The best podcast for people wanting use or change to Linux on their computer.
Submitted By: jim.barber.linux
(538,369 on 8-2011)

Great show. I am loving the format. I am a person that learns from doing and your podcast does a great job of walking people thru the basics. keep up the great job.
Submitted By: jeepgeek68
(538,175 on 8-2011)

Podcast Suggestion
Hi Larry & Tom As a new but enthusiastic convert to Linux (OpenSUSE on my Lenovo W510) I often struggle to find information about installation failures etc. Id like to suggest an episode dedicated to understanding the log file capability within Linux. Is there a single system log or multiple, where is it, what does it contain etc. Are there separate logs for applications and if so where are they etc. Hope you also feel that this is a good topic for an episode. Regards Peter - from the UK
Submitted By: peterhdixon
(537,983 on 8-2011)

This is the best Linux podcast of all other linux podcasts. Going LINUX IS NUMBER 1.
Submitted By: jimdeloache
(537,844 on 8-2011)

Keep up the great work!
Tom, great podcast! Its nice how Larry joins you and keeps you from taking all the screws off the planes engine. Keep up the great work! -Tim (Kansas)
Submitted By: rocktimothy
(537,585 on 7-2011)

I recently came across Going Linux blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice articles on Going Linux. I will keep visiting this blog very often. :) Thanks and Regards, Snehal Masne www.TechProceed.com
Submitted By: snehal
(537,521 on 7-2011)

Best linux podcast
In my opinion the best Linux podcast
Submitted By: rb
(537,448 on 7-2011)

Great Show
Hi Tom and Larry, You owe me one for the top billing Tom. Im on episode #75 and loving every minute of your podcast. Although Ive "played" with Linux for a number of years, I only got the confidence to use it seriously after having listened to your show. Im posting this from a WUBI install on my laptop (I have to have that other OS for work). From a beginners perspective, what your are doing is perfect. Keep it up, Going Linux is an invaluable resource for the Linux community. Thanks, Tony
Submitted By: tonygaddy
(537,279 on 7-2011)

Great podcast!
great information and discussion about all things Linux! and heck I am a Linux veteran!
Submitted By: primefalcon
(536,596 on 6-2011)

terrific information source
I love the show. If you get a chance could you do a discussion on disk imaging?
Submitted By: asonnesso
(536,457 on 6-2011)

The BEST
Best podcast for people new to linux.
Submitted By: gatlafox
(536,409 on 6-2011)

Thank You
Many thanks to all of our listeners for your kind comments and excellent topic suggestions! -- Larry.
Submitted By: goinglinux
(536,220 on 6-2011)

Great podcast
Just listened to my first podcast and it was great.
Submitted By: jrock2004
(536,078 on 6-2011)

Are You REALLY Prepared?
Hello Tom and Larry. Thanks for reading my feedback and suggestion in episode 140. I wll be sure to steer clear of Ubuntu 11.4 until I hear you give it your seal of approval. By the way, you did a great job of pronouncing my user name egroegeorge. I pronounce it EGG (as in something you eat) ROW (as in something your do in a boat) and GEORGE (which is my first name). So like Allison I spell my name backward but I have then added the normal version at the end. So Tom, you would be MOTOM, and Larry you would be YRRALARRY. And now for another suggestion for a future episode. You do a great job of encouraging everyone to back up their computer. So in the event your computer crashes, you have a plan B to restore your work and continue to be productive. But I wonder how many of us have a plan B for when the internet crashes. How would you continue to do your job and be productive with your Linux computer could not access the internet for say 3 days? or maybe 30 days? No need to plan beyond 30 days since if the Internet went down for more than 30 days, that would probably be the end of all civilization. On that cheery note, I will say thanks again and I look forward to hearing your suggestions and solutions. Egroegeorge
Submitted By: greinhardt
(536,007 on 6-2011)

Thanks, Guys
Thanks to your help, Racing Cow has Gone Linux. First stop was Ubuntu Natty with Classic desktop. With Unity as default and Gnome 3 coming soon, I decided to let others help Ubuntu reach 200M users. My older computers and I are going to do some distro-shopping. If I can figure how to record something audible, I might have tales of my adventures. Loving CrunchBang with OpenBox and no desktop on Racing Cow right now. -- Charles in NJ
Submitted By: Catintp
(535,451 on 5-2011)

The best podcast ever
Loving every episode.
Submitted By: peteellinger
(534,855 on 5-2011)

Just started listening from #1 this week
Great Podcast! Ive been using Ubuntu (as well as trying out various others) for about 2 years now. Once I get caught up to the newer episodes I will try to provide some tips! :) Thanks ~Gregory
Submitted By: gschier1990
(534,727 on 5-2011)

Love the Show
I really enjoy this show. Cheers!
Submitted By: luciferactual
(534,196 on 4-2011)

great show
Listen to every episode, a great show for noobs and CLI commandos alike
Submitted By: primefalcon
(533,313 on 3-2011)

Good show
Love it,
Submitted By: scastelli
(533,217 on 3-2011)

Ways to practice safe computing
Hello Larry and Tom, I cant wait to listen to hear how you pronounce my name in your salutation. Here is an idea for some future podcast. How to practice safe computing using Linux. You could answer questions like: Do I need to use any antivirus software with Linux? How do I ensure my email attachments will not infect my PC or others I communicate with? What statistics demonstrate the number of Linux users and their growth rate? How might this growth rate influence those who are writing malware? How many viruses are released each day for Windows? Mac? LInux? Others? Thanks for all of your shows. I have really enjoyed them. I also have a suggestion on how new users should listen to your podcasts. First, you guys do a great job of always assuming your listeners are not Linux experts and may have never heard of Linux. Because of this fact, I would suggest any new listeners NOT listen to your podcasts in the order that you recorded them. I suggest your new listeners consume your podcasts the same way we all consumed the Star Wars trilogies. We first watched the 3 movies with Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher. Years later we all watched the second trilogy and these movies were actually a prequel. I have been listening to your podcasts for the last month. I started with the 3 most recent episodes. Each day I would download 3 and then listen to just those 3 in chrological order. This helped me to understand current Linux issues immediately while still learning the basics. I recommend this technique for all of your listeners. Sincerely, Egroegeorge
Submitted By: egroegeorge
(532,979 on 3-2011)

Simply the Best!
This is the BEST Linux Podcast available!
Submitted By: gutknechtr
(532,762 on 3-2011)

excellent podcast
I have been listening for about 6 weeks and have downloaded the archive. This podcast is exceptional in that it keeps to the core ideal of education by instruction and assimilation NOT lecturing. As a teacher of 30 years (20 in IT) I have to say that if I could teach as well as Larry and Tom I would sleep soundly! I have converted all but one of my home computers to various flavours (sic) of Linux and only go back to win occasionally. Thanks again Larry North, Sydney Australia
Submitted By: lawrencenorth
(532,586 on 3-2011)

Great Show
If you are thinking of going with Linux check out this Podcast. You will go Linux.
Submitted By: cirkut8
(532,358 on 2-2011)

Voting for Going Linux Podcast
Great informative podcast, Definitely earned a spot in my playlist.
Submitted By: soloist010
(532,184 on 2-2011)

Thank you for an excellent podcast
This is the clearest, most concise and up-to-date information podcast I have found for Linux. Congratulations to Tom & Larry Regards Larry North
Submitted By: lawrencenorth
(532,031 on 2-2011)

Great Podcast
Great Podcast for the beginning and advanced Linux (wannabee) user!
Submitted By: Mcvries
(531,805 on 2-2011)

Outstanding Show!
Started listening in 09 around episode 80. Now Ive gone back to the first and got caught up. Listening to this podcast is the easiest way to get started going linux.
Submitted By: FmrUSMC00
(531,565 on 2-2011)

Love the Show
Had to learn Linux in college. Falling in love with it again. You guys have help me out a lot. Thanks, Rob Wright
Submitted By: rkw8675309
(530,898 on 1-2011)

excellent podcast
Hi, I just wanted to commend both Larry and Tom on their great podcast. Excellent job.
Submitted By: paul_lunardi
(530,845 on 1-2011)

Great Show!!!
I really like the show, guys. I often refer to past episodes in order to learn (or relearn, as the case may be) stuff I might have taken a slight interest in, but either didnt have time to make a note of, or just plain forgot about at the time. (Im getting old and senile) Anyway, I enjoy your presentation without all the hype and wildness I cant abide about the other Linux podcasts. I really would like to hear more on the order of yours. Pity there dont seem to be any out there.
Submitted By: dollar.jd
(530,228 on 1-2011)

Awesome Podcast!
Just started listening about a week ago and am now up to episode 35. Loving every minute of it! Cant wait to catch up to the current topics. Thanks for the informational fun!
Submitted By: grcain
(529,948 on 12-2010)

Great Podcast.
Suggested topic: How to use iphone under linux. tethering. sincronize contacts and calendar between google iphone and thunderbird.
Submitted By: amarti657
(529,649 on 12-2010)

Love the show. Long time listener. Heard every episode so far. Would like to hear comments about Ubuntus announcement concerning the changes it will be making on its next release, and will they be going too far for the average user to be comfortable with?
Submitted By: dollar.jd
(529,088 on 11-2010)

really great show
Ive used ubuntu experimentally on and off for a few years. But your show is helping me to explore further with confidence and fun and continue the slide to being a pure linux user.
Submitted By: greengate90
(528,049 on 10-2010)

Great show
Top podcast.... easy to listen to, very informative and a great help to those of us getting into Linux.
Submitted By: epix88
(527,974 on 10-2010)

great job as always!
Submitted By: a.hereford
(526,679 on 10-2010)

Rolling Release vs Standard Releases Would you rather a distro: * Release once every couple years or so, but use a rolling release method to keep your system up to date and your package selection new and interesting. (Like Arch, or Foresight) * Release on a standard, predictable, cycle with frozen repos, each release bringing in tons of newer software and features. Why?
Submitted By: sikencide
(526,533 on 9-2010)

Gone Linux!
I host two Linux podcast and I can say GoingLinux is among the very best
Submitted By: doortodoorgeek
(526,482 on 9-2010)

Topic Suggestion!
Hi, I just thought it would be cool to do an episode on the linux filesystem structure. The beginner portion could cover the basic parts, /,/home,/usr,/var...etc... And the advanced episode could cover custom partition schemes. How much space to allocate and where, whether or not to use physical or logical volumes...etc...
Submitted By: beandaemon
(526,425 on 9-2010)

One of my top Five!
Hi Tom! Hi Larry, (Tom doesnt get enough top billing) Always looking forward to a new episode to come out. How about a photo imaging podcast. I found a neat program called photoprint that makes it easy to print several images on one print. You could talk about the basic programs like F-spot and shotwell in the introduction to section and in the advanced section you could talk the gimp, Digikam, Krita, the more in depth programs, maybe rawstudio. Until recently i have had a tough time switching my photo editing from windoze to Linux, but have had an easier time lately getting things to work. I have an Epson Pro 7600 printer that prints 24" wide by whatever long" and found that with the latest Ubuntu distro I have more control with the printer control file (driver in windoze speak) than I ever did with the epson print utility for windoze. I find that the best way to learn something new, is to teach it to others, so that is what we do in our Linux special interest group of the Olympia Microcomputer users group (OMUG) in Olympia Washington www.olymug.org Thanks, Jess Lantz
Submitted By: jlantz
(526,339 on 9-2010)

Best Linux Show
I love this show! Its chock full of useful information. Its engineered beautifully, with correct sound levels, unlike so many home brewed podcasts. Its a pleasure to listen to. Larry and Tom are two really nice guys, and can be humorous without profanity. Thanks for a great show, guys!!!
Submitted By: dollar.jd
(526,073 on 9-2010)

Loving Going Linux
Would love more references to Tutorials for new Linux Users. Great Show. Thank You.
Submitted By: jmh4003
(525,853 on 9-2010)

Great stuff
Keep up the good work.
Submitted By: merovius
(525,808 on 9-2010)

Thanks Going Linux Listeners
Tom and I really appreciate all of your comments and ideas, here on Podcast Alley. Larry.
Submitted By: goinglinux
(525,593 on 9-2010)

good podcast
favorite for beginning ubuntu
Submitted By: jeb500
(525,589 on 9-2010)

sorry its so late
I have been listening since around the time the 10th podcast came out, I appreciate all the information and entertainment that is each episode as well as the option to download in ogg-vorbis format. thank you for taking the time to put up a great show! :-)
Submitted By: universal_enigma
(525,561 on 9-2010)

Great podcast
Just found your podcast, love it. Linux is king!
Submitted By: linuxx64.bashsh
(524,404 on 8-2010)

Entertaining and Educational
Great podcast. Larry & Tom bring clarity and humor to the process of going to- - and staying with- - Linux.
Submitted By: catintp
(524,363 on 8-2010)

Ubuntu in the small office
I do face a lot of one-man-shows and very small companies (2-5 persons) lately. Many of them are potential new Linux users and I already converted some. There are some recurring issues there like Printers/Scanners to choose, which software to use for Scanning, what CMS, what CRM and so on. For more technical focused companies (IT or web): How to remote-connect to the customer, which programming language(s) to use when developing for a customer, What to use for screenshots and screencasts etc. Would be cool to have the small businesses covered.
Submitted By: mwildam
(523,721 on 8-2010)

Gets better and better
This podcast, always excellent, keeps improving - is aimed at "newbies" but does not talk down to you. Only criticism is too much "blah blah" in the Computer America segments
Submitted By: david.dezwirek
(523,095 on 7-2010)

Great podcast!
Submitted By: michael.conner
(523,083 on 7-2010)

For veterans too ...
If you are new to Linux, if you are moving from Windows to Linux, or if you have been using Linux for ages and wonder what all those "gooey" things everybody talks about these days really are, then this show is for you! :-)
Submitted By: goeran
(522,784 on 7-2010)

Great!
This is a great podcast. Larry and Tom are a couple of really nice guys who do a real good job of helping everyone from newbie to expert.
Submitted By: smccall42
(522,473 on 7-2010)

Halfway there....
Hi Larry and Tom! Good day! I have downloaded 60 of your Podcast episodes now since I found you at Miro Internet TV. With so many Podcast out there discussing about Linux I am fortunate to have chosen the right one right away. I have been your avid Going Linux listener for about a month. And I must say I have learned a lot from you and from the community out there. By the way, I am from the Philippines in Southeast Asia. I just discovered recently during my browsing at DistroWatch.com, that since 2000 students from one of our prominent schools here, the University of the Philippines have already formed a small group to develop a native or local version of open source OS. They called it Bayanihan Linux. Bayanihan means unity or people helping people to accomplish one goal. Imagine a people of 20 carrying a nipa hut on their shoulders to move it to a another place. Thats Bayanihan. I believe this is one of the goal of the developers and volunteers in the linux community. Thank you for your unselfish efforts and creative way to make Linux easy for us. Maybe unknowingly, you are making significant changes in the lives of many globally. Keep it up and you will be rewarded. God bless yah both! HEAR YAH!!!
Submitted By: k9joshua
(522,279 on 7-2010)

self employed
Submitted By: fford54303
(521,983 on 7-2010)

Small business accounting programs with invoicing & payroll. Something beyond open office. Maybe closer to quick books.
Submitted By: lightacannon
(521,977 on 7-2010)

Fantastic
Submitted By: sross919
(521,862 on 7-2010)

Great podcast
If you are just starting out in Linux, this is a valuable, helpful resource.
Submitted By: kappclark
(521,377 on 7-2010)

Good show especially for the kids because the language is kept clean.
Submitted By: grant93722
(521,097 on 6-2010)

Hi, Larry and Tom. Your podcast is so comprehensive and non-threathening especially to a newbie like me who I think is in the prime of my life (",) (but I also think I am still young) talking about Linux. Because I like your manner of presenting Linux, I am starting to download your episodes from day 1. I really want to learn Linux even deeper and simpler like youre doing. I started with ubuntu for a month but noved to mandriva coz I found it more stable on Toshiba satellite A75 S206 laptop, a bit old machine. Somehow, ubuntu cant regulate cpu/memory ram usage causing it to crash frequently esp. when firefox is loaded. Anyway, good thing with Linux, it brings all distros together and the community as well. God bless your endeavours!
Submitted By: k9joshua
(520,906 on 6-2010)

STILL the best
Larry and Tom are STILL the best there is in helping you work with LINUX .
Submitted By: david.dezwirek
(520,857 on 6-2010)

Excellent podcast
Submitted By: the.scarecrow
(520,817 on 6-2010)

Great Show!
Submitted By: tracyfall
(520,204 on 6-2010)

Great show as always.
Submitted By: a.hereford
(519,462 on 5-2010)

great show!!!!!!!!!!
Submitted By: newsome137
(519,310 on 5-2010)

Vote
Hi , Thanks for excellet podcast. Maybe now, is the time to take Going Linux one step furthur and dedicate the podcast to little bit more advance linux users. Newbees can always listen to first 100 episodes. Stuff like how to make a home file server, advance system monitoring tips, set up an email server or dns server will be intresting. BR Simon
Submitted By: simon54
(518,769 on 5-2010)

Episde 98 comment
Hi Tom, Hi Larry! I was just listening to episode 98, and realized two things. One was that I hadnt voted for your excellent podcast in a while (therefore my note is now coming in through podcast alley). The other, was the comment by Steve about OEM licensing. I am not a lawyer (IANAL) but this excellent link might be of some minor use. http://www.microsoft.com/About/Legal/EN/US/Intellec tualProperty/UseTerms/Default.aspx It is interesting to see that there is nothing I could find in the Windows XP EULA to stop you from legally running ONE copy of Windows in a virtual machine. For example if the host system is something real like Ubuntu, and the guest is XP it appears to abide by the EULA. Also, even more interesting, is the updates to Windows 7 EULA include this addition that makes guest OSs even more compelling. "...You may run on the licensed device at any one time one copy, or instance, of the software directly on the hardware (the physical operating system environment) and up to four instances of the software in virtual machines. You may create and store an unlimited number of copies (for example, copies in VMs) for use on any licensed device..." This seems to indicate virtual systems use is a fully licensed option with newer versions of Windows for those who still need to use that OS from time to time. Again, great show! and thanks for covering these thought provoking topics.
Submitted By: michaelcarlstrom
(518,140 on 5-2010)

One of the best podcasts
High-quality sound, good pronounciation, useful content - everything a Linux enthusiast needs to feel good about his or her decision to go Linux!
Submitted By: ilya
(517,748 on 4-2010)

Great
Greated and devoted for us switchers
Submitted By: richard.m
(517,430 on 4-2010)

Good Show
Been listening to the podcasts and found them to be quite good. Would be great to have a widget to place on facebook, tagged, and similar.
Submitted By: cmmeln
(517,196 on 4-2010)

Humble hosts, great for new users!
The best part about the Going Linux podcast is that the hosts do not endlessly rant about and focus on the negatives of non-Linux/non-opensoure, but rather, they guide the new user with useful information, tips, and walkthroughs on using and enjoying Linux.
Submitted By: windows2linux
(516,922 on 4-2010)

responsive to feedback
Very happy with the positive way Larry and Tom answer questions, and respond to negative and positive observations about linux.
Submitted By: dannyboy
(516,304 on 4-2010)

Nice Work.
Nice work. Am thinking Tom should switch to lights. :-)
Submitted By: northbanu
(516,277 on 4-2010)

Going Linux The Only Way To Go
Computing help and information for human by humans! Keep up the good work Larry and Tom.
Submitted By: peteellinger
(516,184 on 4-2010)

voite
voiting for Going Linux
Submitted By: kd5pqj
(515,340 on 3-2010)

Keep up the good work!
Hey Guys! Great job! Keep up the great work! Topic suggestion: You began with the basics, and as time goes by, you are getting more and more complex. That is good, and we can grow with you and learn new things. What about those who didnt start when you did? What about those who do not have Ubuntu 8.10 or 9.04? What is life like starting today vs when you did some of the beginner shows when you began. How about comparing through time what it was like in the 90s to begin Linux, to when you started the podcast to now? I think Chess Griffin did a great job with Linux Reality, but I have a hard time listening to some of those show because they are outdated--they dont apply to Ubuntu 10.4 or 9.10. Thanks for the ability to suggest a topic! -Tim
Submitted By: rocktimothy
(515,234 on 3-2010)

Great User Friendly Podcast
Submitted By: kel
(515,081 on 3-2010)

great show
very informative show. listening to your show has caused me to switch to ubuntu this week on my home desktop. it appears to be the best decision that i have made involving computers since 1987. keep the shows coming. tks. chuck
Submitted By: phlox7878
(515,068 on 3-2010)

Love this podcast
Submitted By: anthony.j.gaither
(514,071 on 3-2010)

Best of the best!
Submitted By: dollar.jd
(513,747 on 3-2010)

Program suggestion
Hi Larry and Tom! I recently came across a neat command line program called rdiff-backup. (See: http://www.nongnu.org/rdiff-backup/index.html). It's a neat little utility that is included in the Ubuntu distributions. It can do a remote incremental backup, with SSL encription, of your hard disk or a portion of it. I just use it to backup my home server files to an external USB hard disk with the simple command: sudo rdiff-backup /srv/samba/share /media/disk. (Note: /media/disk is where USB disks are mounted by Ubuntu). The first time through, it backups the whole "share" directory recursively. The next time through, it just updates changed files. One could easily chance the source directory to /home/[username] to backup the home directory. A caution though, don't use the USB drive for other things, as it's indexed for rdiff-backup and you can corrupt the files on it. When I've finished my backup, I unmount the USB drive and turn it off. That way I'm not needlessly running my backup drive, wearing it out as fast as the main hard disk. Of course, one could automate backups to an online drive using a cron shell script, but that's another topic. Keep up the fine work! Regards, Greg
Submitted By: gacross
(513,042 on 2-2010)

Catching up!
Hi Larry, Just listening to glp016.mp3 when you ask for votes. Here my vote, what a great show! Im enjoying Toms contributions too. Keep it up and I hope some day soon to catch up with the live podcasts. Cant wait to listen to the other youve already creadted. If I could Id send you a donation. Ive just started a new business as a professional fencing coach so watch this space and when my finances allow Ill settle my debt of honour to you. For now youll have to just accept my thanks for your fine efforts. Regards... Pete Ellinger http://schoolofeverything.com/teacher/peter ellinger PS. Tricky to know how many listeners you have to a particular episode when the temporal dimension gets in the way!
Submitted By: peteellinger
(512,683 on 2-2010)

Awsome Show !
entertaining and informative, great for both the n00b and advanced user of linux.
Submitted By: pjblanco86
(512,550 on 2-2010)

Thanks
Thanks for your time and all your help from Madrid (Spain) I started from episode 1 and now I am listening around episode 30. You might like to know that your podcast is also an excellent English course!
Submitted By: amarti
(512,370 on 2-2010)

Great
Thank you so much Larry and Tom for the informative and instructional guide. I really like the format and the manner the subject matter is presented in a family friendly format.
Submitted By: jmh4003
(512,174 on 2-2010)

Great show!
Love the show. Low key, informative, professionally presented. Larry and Tom are a class act. So many podcasts are not done well at all. Crappy sound levels, unprofessional behavior, way too much profanity. Going Linux, on the other hand, is a very good example of just the right stuff for a wonderful podcast. I always look forward to the next show.
Submitted By: dollar.jd
(511,995 on 2-2010)

Excellent podcast
Submitted By: mikolajl
(511,970 on 2-2010)

Great Show!
Great Podcast, helped me make the switch
Submitted By: stevecresswell
(511,845 on 2-2010)

Best Linux podcast for new users!!
Im new to ubuntu and Linux in general. This podcast has been a great source of answers that has made my learning experience a pleasant one. Great job Tom & Larry!
Submitted By: rafa31pro
(511,354 on 2-2010)

Ooga-Ooga!
What a great show! For a topic suggestion, how about programming? You could talk about the various languages that people use for scripting, websites, personal development, etc. The advanced show, you could take some of the more robust languages and create a "hello world!" program, again siting differences, pros and cons. This may be more difficult as you need to discuss typing content to listeners, but this would challenge your vocal skills! ;-) If Tom is well rested after the gaming episode, this may be a welcome brain-stretcher! ::giggle:: -Tim
Submitted By: rocktimothy
(511,130 on 2-2010)

great podcast!
Just switched from Windows XP in December. I have not been on Windows for two weeks straight now as I learn more and more about Ubuntu and I love it! Trying to learn Python programming right now.
Submitted By: crshuby
(510,781 on 1-2010)

Wouldnt miss a single episode!
Im not exactly a newbie to Linux, but neither am I an expert. I learn something from every podcast episode! Keep up the fine work, guys! Greg C
Submitted By: gacross
(510,201 on 1-2010)

This is simply the best
Greatest podcast ever!!!
Submitted By: rafa31pro
(509,854 on 1-2010)

Great format.
Submitted By: veggyhed
(508,316 on 12-2009)

Great Podcast
Hi Tom and Larry, Great Podcast! I learn something with every episode. A suggestion I have is maybe you could do a show on Web Browsers. You speak of Firefox all the time, but I prefer Opera on all my OSs. The Speed Dial screen is a feature I have seen no where else. You might also speak about the use of text based web browsers also. Keep up the good work and maybe this will end up on your show. Thank you! Josh wakko222@comcast.net wakko222@gmail.com
Submitted By: wakko222
(508,054 on 12-2009)

Best podcast
I love this podcast one of the definetly best linux podcast out there.
Submitted By: jzarecta
(507,955 on 12-2009)

vote glp
Submitted By: rickcama890
(507,460 on 12-2009)

Keeps me coming back.
This podcast gave me the incentive to get Ubuntu running on an older notebook and I keep coming back to it for refreshers and new info. These guys do a great job!
Submitted By: scott_weeks
(506,985 on 12-2009)

Great Show
This is a great show. The presenters are laid back and friendly and most importantly are easy to listen to.
Submitted By: monash_73
(505,714 on 11-2009)

Great Show
Im always amazed at the quality of this show. They handle the subjects and make no assumptions of knowledge. Every show contains something new to learn for me.Ive loaded up Linux, opened browser, written this review and am still waiting for my bloatted Windows xp to fully load. Great show.
Submitted By: simongiven
(505,701 on 11-2009)

Great Show!
Excellent job, Guys! Three years running, now! Ive learned a lot from you. All the best, Greg
Submitted By: gacross
(505,505 on 11-2009)

Thanks Guys
Hi Tom and Larry, Im catching up on your show from the beginning so maybe youve already done this, but here goes... Since a new version of Amarok has been released, maybe its time to revisit the topic of audio players. Ive been digging all over Google and the Ubuntu forums, but still cant figure out how to get my Sansa Clip to sync with any podcatcher Ive tried (Banshee, Amarok, and Rhythmbox). I would love to hear yall tackle this now that Ubuntu 9.10 is out and the various players have also been updated. Keep up the great work! Thanks, -Morgan in Georgia
Submitted By: mwbush
(505,371 on 11-2009)

Great Show!
Ive been using Linux for a little over a year now. I used to download and burn isos of several distros until I settled on Ubuntu. Ill probably load 9.10 in a week or so. But Ive also discovered Linux Mint. I really like Mint and I may use that as my distro of choice. Everything just works so well, and never a problem.
Submitted By: dollar.jd
(504,808 on 11-2009)

Vote
Vote for you guys because your clear and to the point and even though I have a few years linux use under my belt I still learn something new plus you help me get though my dull job
Submitted By: jonothon.nihill
(504,549 on 11-2009)

The Going Linux podcast is the reason I am making progress in Linux. I always pick up a few tips for me to try from each episode so I am always learning new things. This has put the fun back into computing for me. A second, but almost equally important, reason for kudos is the way Going Linux is presented. The information is not only pertinent but is also presented in a clear, friendly and sometimes humorous way. Thanks Larry and Tom. I always enjoy listening to you. Dave
Submitted By: dboily
(504,545 on 11-2009)

Awesome!!!
Submitted By: a.hereford
(504,045 on 11-2009)

Great Linux Info
Larry and Tom are the best! Great show with excellent info aimed at the Linux beginner and intermediate user. Give it a listen and you will be addicted!
Submitted By: psulion05
(503,803 on 11-2009)

Great podcast
This is the best linux podcast out there!
Submitted By: dsnettleton
(503,768 on 11-2009)

Valuable Listening Commuter
Enjoy the show...listen while commuting to and from work..thanks..Sellphones890
Submitted By: rickcama
(503,046 on 11-2009)

just the best info and audio cuality
Submitted By: osvaldorosadoq
(502,714 on 10-2009)

Show Suggestion
Hi Tom & Larry, Love your podcast, it has helped me sooo much. Here's a idea for a future show, a Gimp tutorial, basic functions, red eye reduction, drop shadows, etc. Also when Larry appears on Computer America, maybe they could give away prizes that would work with Linux. Keep up the good work. Mike
Submitted By: toehead68
(502,713 on 10-2009)

awesome show
Submitted By: a.hereford
(502,645 on 10-2009)

Thanks for a great show :-)
Submitted By: cjlabbe
(502,411 on 10-2009)

Find your podcast informative and entertaining!
Submitted By: drahciream
(501,782 on 10-2009)

Vote for GoingLinux
Submitted By: jim.kerwin
(500,900 on 10-2009)

Hurray for Going Linux Podcast!
One of the better (and sustained) linux podcasts out there. Im not a techie, so a lot of the other podcasts are way over my head, but I really soak up a lot from the Going Linux podcasts. Larry has a style that I am very comfortable listening to. Its not raucous or profane the way some are. Kudos to the Going Linux podcast, and may it live a thousand years!
Submitted By: dollar.jd
(500,599 on 10-2009)

Thanks
Thanks Larry and Tom. I really appreciate the work you put into the show. Keep it up!
Submitted By: mwbush
(500,504 on 10-2009)

Glad to see you are still in production, Larry! Regards, Gregory Cross Beckman Coulter, Inc. Sr. Customer Support Engineer
Submitted By: gacross
(500,212 on 10-2009)

Not only for beginners
Going Linux is not only for beginners - although using Linux since about 3 years at home I do still learn new things listening to goinglinux!
Submitted By: mwildam
(499,973 on 10-2009)

The best
You guys deserve the Nobel Prize!!!
Submitted By: debris
(499,790 on 10-2009)

Best podcast!
Submitted By: dkorzhevin
(499,518 on 10-2009)

Great Podcast
Submitted By: eyefox
(499,072 on 10-2009)

Thanks
Hi Tom and Larry, First let me say I have been using Linux/GNU for almost a year now and have been helped in so many ways by listening to your podcast. Thank you for all your efforts. I use Xubuntu and Ubuntu on my Presario CQ50 laptop, with Fluxbox, Kubuntu, Mint, and Suse on my external hard drive. Xubuntu is what I use daily. I am trying to broaden my knowledge of Linux and recently installed Fedora 11 on my external hard drive - but I have encountered a problem. I only have access to wireless at my local library (I have no hard wired connection) and the wireless does work with my other distributions and also with the Fedora 11 install. It says "Wireless network connection Auto Library-AP active: Library-AP (62%)". But when I open Mozilla Firefox 3.5.Beta4 (came with Fedora 11) and try to enter a URL it says "Server Not Found". I have had this happen before with all my other distros and was able to authenticate the library web server. Thus whenever I try to use Firefox I first have to acknowledge that I accept the County Library Public WiFi conditions of use and then I am able to use the web. But with Fedora 11 and Firefox 3.5.Beta4 I cannot figure out how to do this. I have disabled SELinux, Kerberos is turned off (whatever Kerberos is) and I cant find any help when I search online documentation and the fedora forum. Fedora and Redhat really do "lock things down" in a more secure fashion and I appreciate that - but I admit I am a bit frustrated at the moment. I am not sure if this is a Fedora 11 issue or a Firefox issue? Previously I was not able to use Fedora 9 or 10 because of persistent wireless driver problems and I am determined to learn at least a little bit about this major distribution called Fedora! Please point me in the right direction on this problem. Thanks again for all of your efforts. Eric Doting
Submitted By: edoting
(498,355 on 9-2009)

Award winning podcast!
This is an award winner podcast in my book. It occurred to me that you are not just helping people to migrate to the GNU/Linux operating system, but rather combating computer illiteracy one podcast episode at a time. ~ Fernando
Submitted By: annyfe
(498,232 on 9-2009)

Show idea
Hi guys - great podcast. How about a show on how to change the default programs in linux i.e. changing the filemanager that starts when you double click a file, or the music player when you double click an ogg/mp3 file?
Submitted By: alastair.graham
(498,210 on 9-2009)

Love Going Linux
Cant wait for the next podcast to become available.
Submitted By: cirkut8
(498,088 on 9-2009)

Best Linux cast
Submitted By: jkaeseberg
(497,813 on 9-2009)

Making Linux Easy
Larry and Tom are doing a brilliant job in explaining and demystifying Linux for newbies and experts alike. Their eagerness to help, whatever the question and their prompt response via email or podcast is exemplary. Well done.
Submitted By: ytizig
(497,744 on 9-2009)

good podcast
Great podcast guys. Hi production values and very listenable. Keep up the good work and thanks.
Submitted By: zen.novice
(497,289 on 9-2009)

Great Show!
Submitted By: eyefox
(497,221 on 9-2009)

Great podcast!
Larry and Tom are the bestest!
Submitted By: stevemcclendon
(497,178 on 9-2009)

friendly tech-talk
Great podcast. Friendly tech-talk that makes the effort to communicate tech in a non-intimidating way.
Submitted By: amgeek404
(496,991 on 9-2009)

Nice Podcast!
Submitted By: eyefox
(496,831 on 9-2009)

Great podcst for starting Linux
This is a really good podcst to listen to if you are new to Linux.
Submitted By: 123gabe
(496,790 on 9-2009)

Great show for beginners and regular users of linux! I enjoy listening to them.
Submitted By: traysalter
(496,235 on 9-2009)

Great Show
I will be honest, I started downloading the shows around #50. I listened and liked it so downloaded the back episodes and then forgot I had them. I have been going through them again and even as someone who has been using Linux since the RedHat 5.1 days, I still find things to learn from your show. Thanks for the show and the sometimes different point of view on how to do something.
Submitted By: neuneo
(494,360 on 8-2009)

Great for any interest in Linux
Submitted By: jkaeseberg
(493,783 on 8-2009)

Not just a Podcast
GoingLinux is not just a podcast, it is a service - also made up of website and consultancy through the prompt and complete answering of listeners e-mails, sometimes requiring much back and forth. Larry and Tom have excellent communication skills explaining new concepts to "old dogs", those who have other concepts ingrained (ie Windows. As said in the podio broadcast, by listening to GoingLinux you learn "how to use Linux to get things done".
Submitted By: david.dezwirek
(493,407 on 8-2009)

Very good
Submitted By: procedar
(492,857 on 8-2009)

Thanks
No, YOU guys are great! Thanks for the wonderful comments, and thanks for listening... Larry.
Submitted By: goinglinux
(492,801 on 8-2009)

great podcast
Submitted By: flhtpi
(492,776 on 8-2009)

those guys are great
wish i would have found them when i was a linux newbie, though they do have some advice that still helps me even now
Submitted By: trihexiphenidyl
(492,633 on 8-2009)

Great concept
I just found your podcast and have downloaded all of them from episode 1 on. Ive been using Ubuntu dual booted with my Windows desktops for two years now, and listening to your podcasts bring back a lot of fond memories of fumbeling around and learning linux on my own. I love your guys podcast and tell all my friends about you every chance I get. --TheComputerDoctor
Submitted By: mitchel.deyoung
(490,363 on 7-2009)

Going Linux is a class act
Great job, guys! Wish other podcasts were as well done as yours! Soak up the praise! And Thanks!
Submitted By: bjpitre
(490,172 on 7-2009)

Great show, extremely helpful, clear and concise. Website support of the podcast is excellent.
Submitted By: dmwipf
(489,757 on 7-2009)

Reese Mitchell
I love the show. Linux is the future.
Submitted By: reese.mitchell
(488,716 on 7-2009)

simply the best podcast for noobs
I LOVE this podcast. As a linux noob who seems never to be able to clue into linux these guys make linux accessable even to people like me!
Submitted By: alarmdude9
(488,473 on 6-2009)

great podcast
I love to listen to larry and tom
Submitted By: joe
(488,137 on 6-2009)

Easy to listen to - Easy to learn from
One of the great things about GoingLinux is that it is not boring - always interesting to listen to, and always something to learn about. Does not go off on a tangent, and the banter between Larry & Tom works and is to the point. The only exception is the monthly rebroadcast of the Linux episode of Computer America, where their hosts frequently go off subject, or onto one of their sponsored contests etc. But Larry, the guest expert, is always to the point.
Submitted By: david.dezwirek
(486,380 on 6-2009)

Excellent
I appreciate your comment on the podcast about the link to podcast alley as I forget to vote and I redally want to support the excellent work you folks are doing. You really encourage me to keep on experimenting. I love the great ideas.
Submitted By: gmulak
(486,181 on 6-2009)

Perfect for Beginners
Great podcast that is not so simple that its mind numbing, and gives lots of options and ideas to explore Linux
Submitted By: joe
(486,025 on 6-2009)

Linux for the Newbie
A great podcast for those wishing to try linux and get the most out of it. Listen to every one if you want to know more about Linux operating system and the apps associated with it.
Submitted By: yahtzeek9
(485,840 on 6-2009)

great show
Submitted By: fford54303
(485,498 on 6-2009)

CANT. STOP....
...listening to you guys! Keep up the good work!
Submitted By: rocktimothy
(484,666 on 6-2009)

Hi Larry and Tom
I have learned much about Linux from listening to your podcast. Thank you so much for all of your time and effort in preparing the podcast. Eric
Submitted By: edoting
(483,815 on 5-2009)

great job
Submitted By: fford54303
(480,834 on 5-2009)

Thanks
Thanks to all the listeners who have left such wonderful comments about our show. Larry and Tom.
Submitted By: goinglinux
(478,946 on 4-2009)

Very Helpful Stuff!
Submitted By: pdm868191
(478,756 on 4-2009)

Thank you!
Thank you for your drive an enthusiasm to help others less fortunate as yourselves in Linux. Thank you for your willingness to help others strive to learn more that you do. Thank you!
Submitted By: rocktimothy
(478,755 on 4-2009)

Linux Podcsat
This is a very good and well laid out podcast. It appeals to many people on many different levels, of many different levels knowledge and understanding when it comes to technology. Being new to Linux and working in a Windows world, this podcast has been great for me to help me learn and understand the platform. Along with that I have learned about many other technologies along the way. Probably one of the best podcasts out that actually has something useful to say.
Submitted By: rickyjames22
(478,646 on 4-2009)

Great Tool
I have been using your podcast to make my transition to linux from Windows and I am so glad. It gives me the direction and confidence to make that happen without dissapointment. In the past, my mis-understanding of linux would become the brick wall that you are helping me to scale. Thanks, Mike
Submitted By: mkerbow
(477,936 on 4-2009)

Fantastic!!!!!
Larry and Tom, loving every cast. Keep up the good work. I am looking forward to the Jaunty release and I am sure you will talk about it soon. All the best. Graham from Brisbane.
Submitted By: gjwood61
(477,874 on 4-2009)

Going Linux No1
Submitted By: mocasinmik
(476,789 on 4-2009)

Going Linux Rocks!
Submitted By: wtmartin9
(476,769 on 4-2009)

Fun and Educational
Larry and Tom are helping newcomers to Linux with sympathy for those initial rough spots in getting started, and enough humor to help newbies over the hump. They are not fanboys of any particular distribution, but they find the plusses and minuses of each option out there. I like the fact that they are game to try a variety of new applications that they may not have been using themselves. Give it a listen. Its free, as in beer.
Submitted By: catintp
(476,564 on 4-2009)

Greetings from Ole Grumpy...
Pretty good show. I jumped in with both feet about 6 months ago. Ditched Vista Ultimate for Ubuntu Hardy (8.04) and havent looked back since. I played around with some live CDs till I found one that supported all my hardware. Ubuntu 8.04 was the first one I found that I could use my printer with. That was the trigger. I love my Ubuntu! Im trying out 8.10 on a second hard drive also.
Submitted By: dollar.jd
(476,061 on 4-2009)

Going Linux
Going LInux is very helpful. Im still a noob after 2 1/2 years but I learn something new every day! Thanks guys!
Submitted By: bkrausen
(475,616 on 4-2009)

Getting me back to linux
Your podcast keeps me going at work, imagine working and listening to podcasts all day (until someone bugs me). Getting back into linux, still struggle with where stuff goes in the files and trying to find them, after extracting them. Still going thru your podcasts, on episode 36..... trying to catch up to your latest but dont want to spoil the fun by running out of them to listen to.
Submitted By: jlantz
(475,518 on 4-2009)

Linux Spoonfeeding 101
I recently found these guys and have been listening to their podcast for a few months now. They have been very helpful with a couple small quirks I was having with my box and I enjoy their show very much. Thanks to them I am running almost entirely Linux software on my graphic workstation and have totally changed my mindset on computing, the internet and where we go from here. It is my goal to eventually have all my graphic design be from open source software and thanks to them I am well on my way. Whether you are a Linux noob, an intermediate or advanced user there is always something for you on Going Linux. Keep up the great work guys! *Salute the penguin* Wes - aka Matrix7 http://matrix7.deviantart.com
Submitted By: studiosevendesigns
(475,251 on 4-2009)

good job
keep up the good work guys. Thanks for the podcast.
Submitted By: brian_l81
(474,008 on 4-2009)

this is a very informative podcast
Would you be able to talk about hooking up a paper scanner to lynix. That is the only thing keeping me from 100% linux.
Submitted By: richie
(473,959 on 4-2009)

The Quality Goes On
Now with over 60 episodes, the quality of the show has remained - and they have kept true to their objective of being aimed at those who are switching or interested in switching to Linux. This is not an easy task - as it is easy to become to techy. Larry & Tom form an excellent team. It is hard to believe that, as Larry has told me, they have never actually met!
Submitted By: david.dezwirek
(471,552 on 3-2009)

best linux podcast
Submitted By: arash2005
(471,010 on 3-2009)

Good Stuff
Has to rate as one of the best podcasts for newbies out there.
Submitted By: capra43
(470,670 on 3-2009)

Great Podcast
Great Podcast guys, enjoying it as always
Submitted By: wb4bbc
(470,606 on 3-2009)

Love the Show!
What a great show! I am new to the show so I have been jumping around the various podcasts to get caught up. I moved to Linux about 3 years and loved it. At that time used openSUSE and liked it but after this time I got a new job in a different city (at the beach) so I went back to XP in case I need to remotely assist my family while they were still in our old house. When the fam moved here with me, I had to go back to Linux because of the following: I was making a recipe and I did not have a printout so I followed the recipe on the PC. In the process of cooking I forgot to turn off the pc. I had an anti-virus, a firewall, etc... but just leaving XP on with my gmail account open I found that I had 20+ spywares on the pc. openSUSE was installed that day but the kids were upset because some of their websites would not work and I did not have time to install Java and Flash so I installed Mint. Everything worked out of the box and everyone was happy. I have since put Mint on all our PCs including a recent purchase of a $400 laptop that runs better than a $1400 laptop running Windows. Thank you for all you do! Bob
Submitted By: robertjohnwilcox
(470,405 on 3-2009)

Best Linux podcast handsdown.
Besides the podcast being easy to listen to and full of great content, the hosts themselves are very helpful. They helped me when I was having a problem with Linux which is part of the reason Im fully on Ubuntu Linux now. Keep up the great work guys. -Eduardo
Submitted By: eduardocarrillo30
(469,292 on 3-2009)

Best Linux Podcast Ive found
Great job. Im not a noobie with linux and I still learn something every episode. Listened to linux podcasts since 2007.
Submitted By: jputput2000
(468,787 on 3-2009)

Your Podcast
I am a newb to Linux but I am jumping in with both feet. Keep up the good work.
Submitted By: davetil
(467,277 on 2-2009)

Love the show
Fairly new to linux. Find the show a real help. Thank you.
Submitted By: jwmitch
(467,187 on 2-2009)

Going Linux
These guys do an exceptional job helping users get comfortable with Linux. Keep up the great work. MBR
Submitted By: mikerobinson1
(466,327 on 2-2009)

Love it
Thanks for the show, listen to all of them, thanks!
Submitted By: tmcarson1
(465,898 on 2-2009)

Topic Suggestion
You may have already done this once, but it would be great to see specific examples of mp3 player hardware that is full feature functional with a Linux desktop. For example, I recently bought (Jan 2009) a Sansa Fuze device because it touted being Linux compatable, and their latest bios upgrade allowed playing of ogg files. Great, I thought, but now I find that it acts as a usb hard drive only, has no software to easily make playlists. And tried and true apps such as Amarok, do not think the device is capable of transferring ogg files. I can make it work, but it requires many more steps to do than Id care for. eg. I can get the ogg files over there via konqueror, dragging to the appropriate folder. Or I can get playlists by using Easytag, and making sure they are in the root of the device (It has problems with relative links) Oh, and Im not sure if this is just the way things work with portable devices, but I cannot make a podcast playlist work at all on this device. Slightly disappointed, and am wondering if there are better options.
Submitted By: michaelcarlstrom
(465,118 on 2-2009)

Hey Guys
Hey Tom and Larry, Heard about the commenting aspect on your listener feedback episode. Just wanted to say that you guys do such a great job and to thank you cause without you guys, my podcast wouldn't exist and I wouldn't have been inspired to start mine. Everyone, check out mine at linuxgeekdom.com. It is kind of the big or little brother podcast of the Going Linux podcast in that we cover so topics more advanced and also in that it is modeled after the Going Linux podcast. The only thing I would like to see more on the show is program picks and such. You guys do that kind of sporadically and I wish it would be a regular thing cause you guys mention some great stuff so...other than that, just keep up the great work. Thanks again. -A.J., Linux Geek for Life
Submitted By: aj
(464,650 on 2-2009)

Great podcast!
Im from Russia and Im learning English and Linux with this podcast while I driving to my work.
Submitted By: troits
(464,087 on 2-2009)

Informative, Interesting, Responsive & Entertaining
Informative - Larry and Tom do a great job explaining the how and why of Linux to us newbies and dabblers, with also enough meat for experienced users. Interesting - The style of the presentation makes even those topics of which one is not interested interesting to listen to - their shows never bore. Responsive - They are there ready to answer all questions, and help point you in the right direction. They also will discuss and even produce shows based on suggested topics. Entertaining - Th banter, friendliness and style of both Larry and Tom keeps one entertained. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! David in Israel
Submitted By: david.dezwirek
(464,041 on 2-2009)

Australian Fan
Gday guys! I am listening from deepest darkest Brisbane, Australia. I am a newbie to Linux, but I have managed to set up a dual boot Ubuntu on a second HDD on my PC and set up an OpenSUSE machine for my daughter with information and tips I have gotten from your show. I am loving my Linux experience and I am working towards a "W-Free" world. Keep up the good work - I appreciate you giving your free time to provide such a quality podcast. All the best, Graham
Submitted By: gjwood61
(463,548 on 2-2009)

Very nice
I have just started listening to the Going Linux podcast and really enjoy it. Im currently catching up on the episode; Im at #21 and working my way through them. I would call myself an intermediate Linux user in some ways and a newbie in others; the GL podcast definitely strikes a good balance. I certainly dont need instruction on setting up a network or installing packages but some of the more detailed descriptions of the features of specific software packages have come in very handy, exploring features I didnt know were there. Thank you!
Submitted By: dmenear
(461,967 on 1-2009)

A must Podcast for newbis to linux. it help switch. goodby Windows.
Submitted By: ecguyer
(460,627 on 1-2009)

I am a 55 yr old newbie and youre giving me the courage to try something new -- Great show, I love it!! Thank you
Submitted By: jishionw
(460,327 on 1-2009)

Gone Linux!
By far the best, no nonsense, no technobabble Linux pod cast around. Larry and Tom are great presenters and are always well prepared for each episode.
Submitted By: pab_lo49
(459,974 on 1-2009)

Enjoyable and informative. i have to keep a notepad handy while I listen to take notes.
Submitted By: bhixon
(459,160 on 1-2009)

Great podcast!
Very clear and concise walk-throughs... Ive downloaded all of them and am learning plenty. Great reference material too.
Submitted By: _tempted_
(459,107 on 1-2009)

Always Worth Listening To
I have always found something worthwhile when listening to this show.
Submitted By: trgrant
(457,554 on 1-2009)

it rocks!
You guys rock!
Submitted By: aj
(455,997 on 12-2008)

Good Show
I have enjoyed a lot of the information that I get from this show.
Submitted By: trgrant
(454,819 on 12-2008)

Very infomative
Great podcast for new linux learners and even the the old hands can pick up something new. well worth a listen even just to see if linux has anything to offer you?
Submitted By: b33tr00t
(454,756 on 12-2008)

Hi guys, your podcasts just rocks. Iḿ a newbie to linux and learn lots of stuff from your episodes since I made the complete switch to linux a few months ago. Furthermore as a german I even understand nearly every word and that ist a faboulous new experience. I enjoy listening to you, Thank you, Gerhard
Submitted By: g.schulze
(454,042 on 12-2008)

the best!
One of the best "how to" shows on the net....Period! Larry and Tom DO respond to questions personally when they can or on the show. Ive learned enough to use Ubuntu Intrepid daily.. Love it..Now, if I could just get """ wireless """ to work? Good bye Windows!! John in Dallas.
Submitted By: lonestar17
(453,473 on 12-2008)

Great Job
They make everything easy to understand and always talk about the topics that I want to learn about. Keep up the great work.
Submitted By: joshwissinger
(453,321 on 12-2008)

Great Podcast. Thanks
Submitted By: johnf
(453,145 on 12-2008)

Yea
This is one of the best if not the very best Linux show that I listen to.
Submitted By: johnlinux
(453,080 on 12-2008)

Love It!!
Found this podcast on iTunes a few weeks ago and just love it. They even responded to my email within the next day. I look foward to listen to the past podcast every evening. Thanks for all the hard work! Laura
Submitted By: lauraj
(449,716 on 11-2008)

Going linux is the best linux podcast for newbies
Submitted By: dbiddie
(449,697 on 11-2008)

I really appreciate the effort that these guys have put into this show. It has really inspired me to "go all the way" and ditch the alternative.
Submitted By: vair2
(442,067 on 10-2008)

Excellent resource for those of us tired of the Microsoft struggle and looking for something new and refreshing.... I love the entire Ubuntu philosophy and the Linux community of support.
Submitted By: jefflacy
(441,084 on 10-2008)

Wicked Podcast
If you are new to Linux or an old hack.. Dont miss a single episode of the GoingLinux podcast. This info packed show will be time well spent. So turn off you TV and get listening. It will stimulate your brain..
Submitted By: steve4010
(440,968 on 10-2008)

Going Linux indeeds rocks the house!
Submitted By: jukegiant
(438,475 on 10-2008)

Great Stuff
Certainly one of the BEST podcasts out there!
Submitted By: capra43
(430,702 on 9-2008)

Positive Feedback
Great Show!
Submitted By: drahciream
(429,660 on 9-2008)

Going Linux Conversion Story
Going Linux rocks! After listening, Ive put Ubuntu on an older desktop, and like a Phoenix, it is reborn. Great podcast.
Submitted By: jukegiant
(428,979 on 9-2008)

A Show of Support
A vote of support from The SoupyGato Show.
Submitted By: soupygato
(428,913 on 9-2008)

you rock
Thanks for making Linux a viable choice to semi-geek folks like me.
Submitted By: kchristy
(428,516 on 9-2008)

A very good introduction to anyone who has an interest in linux.
Submitted By: paul_hardy20
(424,999 on 8-2008)

GoingLinux is GoingGreat!
I discovered your podcast a few months ago and I am making my way through the episodes after downloading all of them in iTunes and syncing them to my iPod. I find your podcast addictive and an invaluable resource. I enjoy the interaction between Larry and Tom and I never get bored listening even when you are tackling the most boring topics. I tried Ubuntu Gusty Gibbon a while back and was totally disgusted when it wiped out my XP installation. I was not impressed at all and abandoned it with a vow not to return to Linux. The pain lessened with time and I sent for the Hardy Heron version and was pleased to use wubi to install Linux inside my Vista laptop (Acer Aspire 5720-6200) and now I have a dual boot system. I was pleased with the setup of Ubuntu and amazed that my wireless connection worked automatically. My HP wireless printer was a breeze to setup once I downloaded the Linux drivers. All did not go flawlessly. I still do not have my built-in Acer Crystal Eye web cam working and setting up the codex to get the dvd to play video was not simple although I did get it working eventually. Although I still dont think Linux is ready for the everyday users (I had to use the Command Line a few times to get things working) I think it is getting very close. I am starting to love it and although I must keep a Windows machine for my work I am having fun with Linux. Im tempted to resort to it exclusively when I get tired of Vistas slow bootup. Larry and Tom, keep up the excellent podcasting and I look forward to the next episode.
Submitted By: tomshepp
(424,045 on 8-2008)

A genuine paperless vote
This is a vote of confidence, for a job well done in the teaching department. And for some humor. Fernando
Submitted By: annyfe
(423,684 on 8-2008)

Just Great
Going Linux is just ideal for the new user. Easy to listen to and backed up with great onsite documentation.
Submitted By: caprajack
(421,464 on 8-2008)

Great work
I have been an on again off again linux user for the past 4 years. Very surprised at how far the community and distros have come the last year or two. Thanks for the great show. Us novices are going to need your help as the popularity grows. Michael in Cape Cod, MA.
Submitted By: azpilot
(421,405 on 8-2008)

Going Linux? YES!
This is a great podcast for beginners and experienced Linux users alike!!
Submitted By: bkrausen
(420,689 on 8-2008)

A Show of Support
A vote of support from The SoupyGato Show.
Submitted By: soupygato
(418,954 on 8-2008)

Great, helpful podcast
This podcast is very helpful for Linux newbies. They cover basic topics quite nicely, and they help newcomers to overcome their fear of plunging into more advanced areas such as the command line interface. -- Charles
Submitted By: catintp
(418,362 on 8-2008)

go linux
very informative and helpful advice for those of us wanting to switch to linux
Submitted By: bnshelby
(418,352 on 8-2008)

psx112@gmail.com
Submitted By: psx112
(411,643 on 7-2008)

Fine show inded
Extremely useful and well presented
Submitted By: kdrlx0
(407,684 on 7-2008)

w00t!
Yup, youre worth a click. :)
Submitted By: thenose100
(406,924 on 7-2008)

Sprint / Verizon.
This might help the trucker that was wanting to use a USB wireless cell dongle. This is an article that I wrote for the UbuntuHCL.org site. http://tinyurl.com/4so6dh I'm Also one of the few truckers that use Linux. - But as I just passed my A+ Cert, I'm looking for a job outside of trucking, and more in line with the IT side of things. :) ------- I do use PodcastReady.com MyPodder on my Sansa e250 It's a freedom hating free piece of software, that works on all three OS's and runs off of the MP3 Player. So you can plug it into a Windows box (at work) and DL what you want, and then go home and plug it into your Linux Box (at home) Oh. and I've bricked one of My Sansa's e250's when I was goofing around with Rock Box. - So.. until I figure out how to un-brick the old one... I'm going with mp3's... - Randy
Submitted By: thenose100
(406,923 on 7-2008)

Great Podcast! Keep going
Last month, I commented that I have discarded Vista totally because of great help I got from your podcast, you guys gave me a lot of reference and very clear step by step solutions to a lot of issues Ive encountered. I am very caught up with you podcast. I hear that a lot of people is having problem choosing the right distribution. I fully agree with the suggestion given here. Go to distrowatch read and download. I have installed more than 15 different linux distro and finally, decided to move forward with Ubuntu. Ubuntu has the best and most active community to help anyone who has problem. 2 days ago, when I was listening to older episode where I heard that Larry is using Kubuntu, with the ability to switch to Ubuntu. I did that and found that I was successful and Ubuntu install ability to switch to KDE environment, somehow i think i screwed up with a lot of additional unidentified icon in the "Applications" -> "Other" menu. Is it ok to delete? will it affect the KDE environment? Im still having hardware compatibility problem using Sony Vaio VGN-G118N. Ive posted in Ubuntugeek forum and waiting for additional help. Do you guys know who to get to to have the fastest help? Link as follow: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=46549 1&page=52 There are some other issues. Ive solved the Wlan light issue. Could you guys look into terminal training and hardware probing/tweaking/whatever topic? Hope you guys can help. Thanks, and keep up the GREAT show. Best Regards, Lawrence
Submitted By: lawlezz75
(406,657 on 7-2008)

Excellent Podcast
A fantastic podcast well presented by Larry and Tom excellent topics are covered, a podcast that targets all linux users new and seasoned users alike, what more can I say but keep up the good work.
Submitted By: g7vbx
(405,106 on 7-2008)

Basket Software
Hi Larry & Tom, Thank you for your high quality friendly PG Linux podcast! In my Journey from episode 1 to 33 I was particularly pleased to hear of the application "Basket" in Episode 22. One tip for other listeners looking for a good note gathering program like this: Basket had no problem importing all my notes from Knotes & KJots in the blink of an eye. The ability to grab any part of the screen and drop it in to your notes is also unique in my experience. Keep up the great work, many are learning the greatness of GNU/Linux thanks to your work - Regards - mr.mepis
Submitted By: mr.mepis
(398,876 on 6-2008)

Perfect Show
This is the perfect show even if you are just thinking about switching.
Submitted By: lazertagrocks
(398,143 on 6-2008)

Good information
Recommended Software at the end of the pocasts are very useful
Submitted By: Robster
(396,668 on 6-2008)

Dont miss it.
An entertaining way of learn about Linux operating system and the supported programs within. Larry and Tom do a nice job explaining your choices, when it comes to programs that you can run in the Linux platform.
Submitted By: annyfe
(395,334 on 6-2008)

The Best yet!
Perfect format, clear, intelligent; you big boys are really good. The first linux podcast chosen and "Going Linux" is the best yet. What a winner! Keep it going boys.
Submitted By: yo_pandabear
(393,566 on 6-2008)

Keep going Larry
Its really a very cool and objective driven podcast. The host, Larry gave me the confidence and the valuable opinion to decide and successfully dumped my Vista OS. Thanks Larry! Keep Going! Lawrence
Submitted By: lawlezz75
(392,213 on 6-2008)

Hello
I just recently discovered your podcast and have downloaded all of them. They are very informative and easy to understand, even for a Linux newbie like me. Keep up the good work. Windowman
Submitted By: window_man
(390,007 on 5-2008)

Love it
Thanks for the informative podcast!
Submitted By: tmcarson1
(387,433 on 5-2008)

Great Show
Im an over the road truck driver and ex-IT guy. Life outside of driving is my family and computers. Your podcasts are VERY INFORMATIVE and well produced. I am currently starting from the beginning with show #1 and have listened up to show #17. At least my job allows me to listen to several shows a day. My biggest problem right now is not being able to take notes while I drive! Keep up the great work. Oh, I am installing linux on a second laptop I have and would like to know where to find instructions on getting a Verizon USB720 cellular modem to work. At this point any linux distro would be the one Id use as long as I could use my cellular internet. Many thanks! Paul, the high-tech over the road truck driver. Sherman, TX
Submitted By: paul
(386,817 on 5-2008)

AAA +++
You are really amazing.Keep on doing it. Ive convert to Ubuntu 6 months now and I donīt think M$ is going to see me again, thanks guys.
Submitted By: nickthegreekk
(385,540 on 5-2008)

Thank you
Wow! This is a great podcast, thanks
Submitted By: rwc1436
(384,334 on 5-2008)

Great Show
Submitted By: stegy
(382,310 on 5-2008)

Incredibly informative and broken down in small enough bites that Linux becomes more like desert and less like Raw Meat! Keep up the great work guys!
Submitted By: dugonline
(379,271 on 4-2008)

Great Job!
Thanks for all your hard work! There are many folks like me to listen often yet rarely feedback. Keep it up.
Submitted By: stevemcclendon
(379,013 on 4-2008)

great!
Submitted By: paul
(377,721 on 4-2008)

Giving to the community
Hi Guys Really great podcast ..... Ive been using Ubuntu for about a year and am learning quickly ..... Ive also been able to give by encouraging others to try and also to install and run Ubuntu (4 people so far and others interested). Without your help and that of Chess from Reality Linux I would not have been able to do this. THANK YOU for rekindling my interest in computers ...... switching to Linux has been just fantastic and the support from Forums has been astonishing. Take care Ian from North Yorkshire (UK)
Submitted By: ianbradby
(377,696 on 4-2008)

Great show
really helpful podcast, very easy to listen too.
Submitted By: linuxuser
(376,318 on 4-2008)

Thanks
This podcast is very informative, I have been using ubuntu for about 6 months and they have helped me make the transition nicely, thank you!
Submitted By: tmcarson1
(373,372 on 4-2008)

Great
Thanks for this podcast. I learn English and Linux by lisening this podcast. Great.
Submitted By: vogel_jens
(370,351 on 3-2008)

Great for beginers
I just installed Kubuntu thank you for all your help
Submitted By: ply4kps_98
(369,461 on 3-2008)

A great podcast. Thanks!
A great service for the gnu/linux community. Thanks!
Submitted By: sev
(368,354 on 3-2008)

Special Program
Any chnce of an episodeon the Asus EEE PC?
Submitted By: Chrisknipe
(364,174 on 3-2008)

Superb podcast
This is a great podcast for the person who is just getting into the Linux environment. The level of detail is appropriate for the target audience. The sound quality is clear.
Submitted By: EAPonTheRun
(360,303 on 2-2008)

great show
Ive been away from Linux for a bit (for some unknown reason) and Im now getting back into it. This show is great for getting back into the Linux way of thinking. Keep up the great work.
Submitted By: speedyy57
(359,354 on 2-2008)

Sun Presentation Minimizer
I'm running Ubuntu 64 bit and I can't get Sun Presentation Minimizer to install properly. I get a "loading component library failed" error message with a file path that goes to SunPresentationMinimizer.uno.so. Help...
Submitted By: edd
(358,362 on 2-2008)

Listening to episode 16 in Feb 08
Submitted By: kennedyj
(356,706 on 2-2008)

Excellent
I am a fairly new convert from Windoze to Ubuntu. I am almost full-time linux now and thanks to you guys im still learning new things. Keep up the awesome work!
Submitted By: flipfone
(356,278 on 2-2008)

yep, its good.
Submitted By: gort.klaatu
(354,645 on 1-2008)

Two thumbs up
Good content. To the point and crisp. I likes it.
Submitted By: nidgood
(352,730 on 1-2008)

A great show! Keep it up.
Submitted By: volney.larowe
(352,214 on 1-2008)

Nice Pod Cast
Very informative for a No0b like me
Submitted By: stuff
(349,660 on 1-2008)

clear and straightforward
I sometimes think Larry speaks a bit too slowly but I appreciate his effort to be clear. I also appreciate that your podcast is to-the-point and you dont waste my time by chatting about meaningless unrelated topics. I guess some folks think anything they have to say is worth consuming my time. Thanks for respecting your listeners. I also like the LinuxReality podcast and I think it would be great if you gentlemen would work with Chess to some degree coordinating topics. It would also be useful if you refer to your previous episodes (and possibly other related podcast episodes) to help new listeners catch up. I also like the back and forth conversation between Larry and Tom. It helps to keep the podcast lively.
Submitted By: stevemcclendon
(342,546 on 12-2007)

robertabrams742@msn.com
Submitted By: robertabrams742
(341,807 on 12-2007)

Great Going!
This podcast is a great help for me, as I watch my family turn away from Vista toward Linux. Larrys help with problems is a wonderful service to the community, and Toms color commentary is very encouraging, as well. Thanks for stepping up to the plate, Tom. -- Charles
Submitted By: catintp
(339,397 on 12-2007)

Nice job
Submitted By: brearton2
(335,834 on 11-2007)

Fantastic
As a person that is just starting out with Linux this Podcast is just what I need.
Submitted By: erniewjr
(335,790 on 11-2007)

Cool Podcast
Thanks Guys, Cool podcast on Linux
Submitted By: arash2005
(335,665 on 11-2007)

Great Show!
Great show! But there is one point I would like to make. It is important to match the computer to the distros requirements. This can affect the performance and impression made on the Linux Noobie. For example, I am using TinyME, a project from PCLinuxOS. The pc is a 866MHz PIII, 184MB Ram, 4.3GB hard drive. It is snappy and runs Firefox, Thunderbird, Open Office quite well. I have tried Kubuntu, and like it, but it is not a good match for this pc. Most likely, it will take several attempts to find a good fit for your pc and your tastes. With the very demanding requirements imposed by Vista, I will certainly be using Linux. I will use XP in a dual boot configuration to use two applications that have not been ported to Linux. Most important, to the other listeners -- Dont give up! There is some effort involved, but it is a rewarding experience to find that Linux opens up your creative side, this is something the other OSs try to protect you from. Keep up the good work and may you have much success in Going Linux! Rick
Submitted By: rickma
(333,832 on 11-2007)

Great podcast, I am learning a lot
Submitted By: skofloc
(331,919 on 11-2007)

Great Job Guys!
Ive been catching up on the episodes and I have to give a great big, thank you. Tom and Larry do a great job explaining things for the new Linux user, and advanced users can also pick up great tips. They are doing the Linux community proud by taking big steps forward and getting people to realize that Linux is the best around. Keep up the great work guys. Chad
Submitted By: chad
(331,856 on 11-2007)

15
Larry, I do agree with Tom; having him as a co-host is a bit more entertaining. I appreciate your show. Keep up the good work. Hope you get the top podcast this month.
Submitted By: scoker3
(331,063 on 11-2007)

Great Show!
Im new to Linux and am really enjoying it. Its so much nicer than that bloated MS Windows. I find myself learning new things with every episode.
Submitted By: wfredric
(330,157 on 11-2007)

Quite Good
Good overview of Linux for new Linux Users.
Submitted By: ns1000
(329,664 on 11-2007)

Thank you - _very_ helpful!
Submitted By: rgreene11
(329,419 on 11-2007)

great newbie linux podcast ... have been listening or a bit now and find larry and tom really good presenters for this topic ... there is lots for all type of linux users .... i like the way they work through each subject from the begin easy tips all the way through to the more advanced stuff ... keep up the great work guy's
Submitted By: luke.platypuss
(329,390 on 11-2007)

Thanks
Thanks guys! Im a new guy and came to Ubuntu from Vista and love it! Keep talking about the terminal... this is the biggest strength of the os and the most scary thing about it!
Submitted By: brentcolby
(329,272 on 11-2007)

Keep UP the Good Work
Great Podcast Guys, Thank you for the podcast for newbs and those of use who dont think we are too.. Keep up the Great Work!
Submitted By: john
(329,028 on 11-2007)

I really do enjoy your netcast
You guys are wonderful and entertaining. Keep up the good work.
Submitted By: wayne
(328,364 on 11-2007)

Great for the beginner
Great show for the Linux beginner. Just what I needed.
Submitted By: brian_l81
(328,289 on 11-2007)

great
ammazing
Submitted By: Lee
(322,935 on 10-2007)

Great Show
Going Linux, a great show please keep up the fantastic work, you have helped me no end with very useful advice. And given me confidence to go further with Linux. Many Thanks
Submitted By: craftyowl
(322,377 on 10-2007)

Very nice podcast. Thanks!
Submitted By: grmilner
(322,015 on 10-2007)

Grwat Show!
Great show for those in the transition from Windows to Linuix!
Submitted By: jlburton
(321,337 on 10-2007)

Love the show!
Submitted By: hblack2
(321,267 on 10-2007)

Very Helpful
Helped me to make the switch from windows to linux... Keep up the good work
Submitted By: beko2001us
(321,163 on 10-2007)

excellent podcast
this podcast has turned me on to Linux and for that I am forever grateful.
Submitted By: wayne.bagley
(320,978 on 10-2007)

Great educational show!
Submitted By: bljarv
(319,987 on 10-2007)

Like the podcast
Very informative and I really like the review of a program or utility that works well with Linux. I just started running Linux this year and welcome any and all help and or hints.
Submitted By: john.johnson2q
(319,120 on 10-2007)

This a very informative show on Linux.
Submitted By: electronman53
(319,095 on 10-2007)

new listener
Submitted By: BEngstler
(318,995 on 10-2007)

going linux vote
Good show for rookies.
Submitted By: timstoodt
(318,669 on 10-2007)

Never Miss an Episode
Thought I would help out with you, finding out how many listeners you have, so count me in. I am not currently running a distribution of Linux right now, but I have in the past. And as soon as I have the time I will install it on a spare system again. You guys do an excellent job and I know it will only get better. At least thats how my Podcast became.
Submitted By: markav2
(318,520 on 10-2007)

VOTE
Great Podcast! Thanks you!!
Submitted By: japcobos
(317,857 on 10-2007)

Im listening
Submitted By: gregorylyles
(317,540 on 10-2007)

Going linux goes the extra mile
This is the podcast about Linux that you dont want to miss. Taking two month to explain the chosen topic makes sure you learn whats necessary for you know about it. Linux is great and Going Linux will show you why it is so.
Submitted By: annyfe
(317,275 on 10-2007)

Thanks
Thank you all for the very kind words, and thanks for voting for our show. What a great audience you are! Thanks for listening.
Submitted By: goinglinux
(316,811 on 10-2007)

bringing linux to the masses
Larry and co. are doing great. keep it up.
Submitted By: podcastalley.com
(316,779 on 10-2007)

Zaipai
Submitted By: zaipai
(316,556 on 10-2007)

quirkus@fusemail.com
Submitted By: quirkus
(316,217 on 10-2007)

Great Work Thanks. Just a small suggestion for a Podcast on the Topic of Firewalls. How to open ports etc
Submitted By: synergypeace
(315,725 on 10-2007)

You Guys are great !
Keep on the good work. Like Your Podcast ! Regs Lars from denmark !
Submitted By: l_mikkelsen
(315,482 on 10-2007)

vote
I listen every week.
Submitted By: b1sooner
(315,246 on 10-2007)

Numers Vote as requested
Always enjoy the show - just the right level of difficulty for me. Speaking is very clear - especially import and for non native english speaking listeners. Keep up the good work.
Submitted By: bossert
(315,242 on 10-2007)

really nice podcast. Hope you guys keep it going. Very informative for us newbiews,,,thanks
Submitted By: jeffmb45
(315,066 on 10-2007)

cool show Thanks for your help
Submitted By: wheel3r6
(314,892 on 10-2007)

Nice Podcast
Submitted By: brearton2
(305,478 on 9-2007)

Awesome feedback issue
Easy to listen to. Informative. Open to other peoples viewpoints. A great podcast for those who want to try a different type of computer operating system but arent sure how. Lots of resources also.
Submitted By: gmulak
(266,240 on 5-2007)

Love this show!
I come from a linux server background and was never really hyped about linux on the desktop. Your show has really made a great impression! I now have a dedicated desktop box with Ubuntu Fiesty Fawn installed and I am loving it. Even though I know quite a bit about linux/unix, your show has still reminded/refreshed me on a couple subjects already. :) keep it comming!
Submitted By: norahaura
(258,307 on 5-2007)

Great Show!
I have to admit even though I have a BS in Networking Technology, I have been putting of going to linux on the desktop for quite some time. Your show has encouraged be to plunge into a dual boot system (Ubuntu Edgy Eft & XP)! You value has been a great value to me to refamiliarize myself with Linux and learn new things about working with Linux on the Desktop. I have been greeted with an abundance of community support and have been encouraged to become involved and provide my own solutions. Thanks for the encouragement!
Submitted By: norahaura
(249,655 on 4-2007)

great podcast deilvered with equally great enthusiasm!
Submitted By: jack
(242,877 on 3-2007)

Thanks again...
Keep the comments coming. We love them! E-mail your questions for us to answer on the show. goinglinux[at]gmail.com
Submitted By: goinglinux
(242,771 on 3-2007)

Very useful for any new Linux user.
Submitted By: dc1010
(238,790 on 3-2007)

Good work.
I heard about the Going Linux podcast during a Linux Reality podcast. I encourage you guys to keep up the excellent work. All the best!
Submitted By: quocksister
(230,167 on 2-2007)

You dont want to miss this one!
From the same guys that bring you FourBitsWorth: Larry Bushey; and The Linux Install: Serge Rey. A well balanced and formatted podcast for your enjoyment. - Fernando.
Submitted By: annyfe
(228,764 on 2-2007)

Thankyou
Thanks for the kind words, annyfe. Serge and I are looking forward to getting into the details as we get into future episodes. We hope you enjoy it. Larry.
Submitted By: goinglinux
(219,856 on 2-2007)

Looking forward to next one
Im very excited about this podcast.
Submitted By: annyfe
(217,496 on 1-2007)



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