Alternate Desktop Universe
October 2nd, 2018
1 hr 4 mins 8 secs
About this Episode
What if desktop computing went a very different direction in the late 90s? Deeply multithreaded from the start, fast, intuitive, and extremely stable. This is the world of Haiku, and we go for a visit.
Plus the latest community news, true flicker freedom comes to Fedora, and our favorite tools for easy virtual machines on our laptops.Support LINUX Unplugged
- System76 To Release A "New Open-Source Computer"
- Fedora 29 Succeeds At Flicker-Free Boot Experience On Intel Hardware
- Google gets into game streaming with Project Stream and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey in Chrome
- Halloween Documents
- BeOS R5
- R1/beta1 – Release Notes | Haiku Project — It’s been just about a month less than six years since Haiku’s last release in November 2012
- Ars spends too much time trying to work in Haiku, the BeOS successor — What starts as a joke Turned into a fool's errand "I'll work in Haiku."
- The Be Book - The Application Kit
- s-tui: Terminal based CPU stress and monitoring utility — Terminal based CPU stress and monitoring utility
- Lenovo-throttling-fix — Workaround for Intel throttling issues in Linux.
- fwupd - ArchWiki — fwupd is a simple daemon allowing to update some devices firmware, including UEFI BIOS for several machines.
- Virtual Machine Manager Home — The virt-manager application is a desktop user interface for managing virtual machines through libvirt. It primarily targets KVM VMs, but also manages Xen and LXC (linux containers).
- Kimchi — Kimchi is an HTML5 based management tool for KVM. It is designed to make it as easy as possible to get started with KVM and create your first guest.
- python-imaging Ubuntu Package