harrison wrote:Hello all
We need ideas for mintCast. Howtos, interviews, reviews, anything! we need ideas mostly for howtos (they are harder to do on a audio podcast) but we need ideas!
Thanks in advance.
DonsEars wrote:I would like a discussion on networking with Linux, Windows and Macs for file sharing. Also, a good network inventory program that recognizes Windows, Macs and Linux machines. I want to know mainly what machines are up/down, who is logged in and what is the IP address. Bonus: hardware and software inventory of each machine fed to a database.
Glad to hear mintCast is continuing on. Keep up the great work!
Habitual wrote:Wireless troubleshooting
How to repair Grub
Doughbury wrote:After listening to episode 61 today, I was inspired to come to the forum and see what I could do to give back to the community. I'm not a coder, and I'm not an advanced user--I'm just a guy who likes Linux, and I'm not seeing a whole lot of opportunities for people with my particular skill sets and interests, so I think it would be neat in future episodes to feature a variety of various efforts by which different people are giving back to the Linux and Linux Mint community.
scottlinux wrote:Why not read / answer listener emails? More audience interaction is always good,
harrison wrote:scottlinux wrote:Why not read / answer listener emails? More audience interaction is always good,
We do, well it's more of a read the emails on air but if you have listened you would have found that after the main topic and maybe one other thing we generally do feedback, if there is any, and if a question comes in we respond by email.
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