Late Night Linux – Episode 152


Mixed news for the Steam Deck, deja vu in Germany, Canonical looks to solve an industry-wide issue, Stadia’s death rattle, Apple’s nod towards right to repair, and KDE Korner.



Valve delays Steam Deck, now starts shipping February 2022

Here’s some of what we’ve learned about the Steam Deck

German state planning to switch 25,000 PCs to LibreOffice

Google-translated interview

Apple announces Self Service Repair

The future of documentation at Canonical

Google Stadia is celebrating its second birthday with hardware for free or cheap



Check out Late Night Linux Extra 35 and Linux After Dark


KDE Korner

How to create KDE Applets

KDE now also LTT proof

Evolving 3D effects in Plasma

Be flexible to win big

PinePhone Cross Compilation






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