377.5 – Predicting Predicaments
1:30 Linux Innards
56:32 Check This Out
57:28 Announcements & Outro
In our Linux Innards, we review our 2021 predictions and make our new predictions for 2022.
The Linux Innards
Our predictions for the new year
- Steam Deck will be a success and will contribute to the number of Linux machines in the wild
- The Chip shortage will continue and prices on computers will remain high
- Graphics card prices will somewhat return to normal as a new hardware competitor will come out that will be better for crypto than graphics cards
- When using the proprietary Nvidia drivers on Ubuntu, Wayland will be at least enabled on Ubuntu 22.04 and will be the default session in 22.10
- EndeavourOS will be in first place on DistroWatch on the default 6-month ranking list at some point during the year
- GTK theming will still be viable with GTK4, but with libraries as opposed to CSS
- Increased focus on Wayland will lead to development of the X12 protocol
- Josh Hawk
- Steam Deck will succeed (not everyone will cancel orders)
- SteamOS will only be really good on steam deck
- Pop OS will have at least a beta of their new DE by end of 2022.
- Community arguments about Gnome will worsen and lead to many leaving Gnome as users.
- Alma Linux will become more popular than RHEL/CentOS Stream.
- Gaming on Linux will pick up.
- Fedora will lead the forefront in adoption of latest kernel/DE
- I will make my foray into Linux System Administration.
- Linux phones will double in number and power in 2022.
- I am throwing my elbows out here, Linux will overtake Mac OS in market share by end of 2022
- The Steam Deck will not ship in February
- Asahi Linux will gain hardware acceleration on the Mac
Check This Out
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- Norbert for our audio production
- Leo for timestamps and publishing
- Josh Lowe for all his work on the website
- Hobstar for our logo
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- Londoner for our time sync
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- The Linux Mint development team for the fine distro we love to talk about <Thanks, Clem!>