Destination Linux


Destination Linux is hosted by three everyday guys who love running Linux.

Ryan (DasGeek), Zeb and Michael are the hosts of Destination Linux and deliver weekly episodes containing the latest Linux news along with One of a kind Interviews. Our passion is learning and exploring all the many facets of our favorite distributions, desktops, and software. In addition to the news coverage we all love to game on Linux as well and feature weekly gaming news and a featured game of the week.

Along with Destination Linux, You can find us on our respective Youtube channels, in the telegram group or maybe even in the DL Discord channel playing some Ballistic Overkill or Rocket League. Come join us and the incredible DL community as we take our journey through the awesome world of Linux.


Ryan (Dasgeek)

Ryan is a newer member of the Linux community but his passion for Linux and his research determination has enabled him to grow in knowledge of Linux more than most. He has an incredible passion for pushing the capabilities of Linux on the latest hardware and loves to talk about gaming on Linux. He has a YouTube channel called Das Geek which contains lots of Linux content as well as other technology related things.


Zeb is known as ‘PZ’ Producer Zeb and after starting out with helping us coordinate all patrons for live recordings and doing a lot of behind the scenes work, it only made sense to have him as a co-host because he brings such a unique general user perspective to the show. Zeb also has a Youtube channel Zebedee Boss where you can find him driving like a maniac in Euro Truck Simulator.


Michael is a Writer, Podcaster, Marketer and Designer. He has been a Linux Enthusiast for almost 20 years and contributed to a wide variety of projects. Michael currently creates educational and informational content with and he also does a weekly Linux News podcast called “This Week In Linux


Former Member(s)


Rocco has been loving Linux for over 15 years and is a proud member and founder of DHA (distro hoppers anonymous). He also hosts “BigDaddyLinuxLive” on Saturday nights on his YouTube channel called Big Daddy Linux where everyday users can have a voice in the Linux community. Find out more at