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Podcasting software solutions for Linux
As you have seen from the segment, there are indeed, different and completely viable options for creating podcasts using software available for Ubuntu and other Linux distros. The first stop in doing this, should be to watch a recent In Depth Look that Chris and Angela recorded.
Because the how-to text is so lengthy, please grab it from this link here.
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