Dark Style Rises
May 21st, 2019
1 hr 5 mins 58 secs
About this Episode
Can the Free Desktop avoid being left behind in the going dark revolution? Cassidy from elementary OS joins us to discuss their proposal.
Plus we complete our Red Hat arc by giving Silverblue the full workstation shakedown, Drew shares his complete review, and we discuss the loss of Antergros.Support LINUX Unplugged
- Antergos Linux Project Ends — Today, we are announcing the end of this project. As many of you probably noticed over the past several months, we no longer have enough free time to properly maintain Antergos.
- The Need for a FreeDesktop Dark Style Preference — OS-wide dark styles are hard. For ages you’ve been able to forcibly change out the system style on GTK, KDE, Android and Windows with something that’s dark by default instead of light, but this causes issues when apps don’t expect it
- WireGuard in NetworkManager — NetworkManager 1.16 got native support for WireGuard VPN tunnels
- GDC 2019 Developer Session: First Light - Bringing DOOM to Stadia — The inside story of how DOOM came to life on Stadia.
- System Builder - Ryzen 5 2600X 3.6 GHz 6-Core, Radeon RX 580 8 GB ARMOR OC, P300 ATX Mid Tower
- User Error
- The Friday Stream Episode 4: The Techxorcist — Chris tries to convince Brent to take a buddies trip, we try to get the audience a discount chicken deal, and Ell’s trying to get out of a locked server room.
- Texas Linux Fest 2019 — Texas Linux Fest is an annual Linux and open source software event for Texas and the surrounding region.
- Mobile Apps Now Open to Community Edition students - Linux Academy Blog — Starting with today’s release (3.0), Community Edition students will be able to log in and use the our mobile apps
- Team Silverblue — Before we chose the name Team Silverblue, the team was the Fedora Atomic Workstation SIG, and the Atomic Workstation is what we are producing, now under its new name, Silverblue. At its core, it is a variant of the Fedora Workstation which uses rpm-ostree to provide an immutable OS image with reliable updates and easy rollbacks.
- MineTime — MineTime is part of a research project to build a modern, multi-platform, AI-powered calendar application.
- New Guake Drop-Down Terminal PPA (Ubuntu And Linux Mint Installation) - Linux Uprising Blog — Guake is a drop-down terminal for the GNOME desktop which includes split terminal functionality, session save/restore, support for transparency, and many other features.