Liberty Leaks and Lies
January 23rd, 2022
41 mins 5 secs
About this Episode
SUSE had an awkward week; we breakdown the very mixed launch of SUSE Liberty Linux.
Plus, we've cracked what's driving Linux Distribution adoption these days.Support LINUX Unplugged
- Pictures of Brent's Server Cabinet Built — Some pics of the sweet server cabinet @brentgervais built this last weekend at the @jupitersignal studio.
- Jupiter Broadcasting Meetup
- Flathub to verify first-party apps and allow developers to collect monies — Flathub is going to gain a way to process and verify apps from first-party teams. As in, developers who directly publish their app and manage the Flatpak package process for Flathub.
- SUSE Liberty Linux Announced For Mixed Linux Environments — SUSE Liberty Linux is a new technology and support offering that provides customers a unified support experience for managing their heterogeneous IT environments.
- SUSE announces something for those who miss the old CentOS: Liberty Linux — SUSE Liberty Linux is a new technology and support offering that provides customers a unified support experience for managing their heterogeneous IT environments.
- Consistent-Lab-5595 comments on Suse Liberty Linux announcement - Is this a RHEL or CentOS clone ?
- New Features in Linux Mint 20.3 ‘Una’ Cinnamon Edition — Linux Mint 20.3 is a long term support release which will be supported until 2025.
- Edge ISO available for Linux Mint 20.3 — This image is made for people whose hardware is too new to boot the 5.4 LTS kernel included in Linux Mint 20.3. It ships with kernel 5.13.0-25 instead.
- mainline: A continuation of the free version of ukuu. — A tool for installing the latest Linux kernels on Ubuntu-based distributions.
- All Roads Lead to Arch: The Evolution of Linux Distros Used for Gaming Over Time — Ubuntu used to be a juggernaut, a staple in the world of Linux Gaming. Ubuntu was the default go-to distro for many users for probably a decade. It’s still an important distro at almost 20% share in our graph, but it’s not the first one anymore.
- Linux Desktop Gaming Product Manager
- Canonical hiring a Desktop Gaming Product Manager for Ubuntu Linux
- Fountain podcast app
- Pick: ssh-tools — Making SSH more convenient.