An open show powered by community LINUX Unplugged takes the best attributes of open collaboration and turns it into a weekly show about Linux.
February 19th, 2019 | 1 hr 15 mins
cgroups, cgroups v2, clear linux, community, containers, darktable, debian, desktop linux, digikam, email, eta, fedora 31, firewalls, geary, intel, iptables, jupiter broadcasting, lfnw, linux podcast, meatspace, meetups, mx linux, netdata, photography, pi musicbox, progress bar, scale, shorewall, snap packages, snapcraft, systemd, unplugged
Will there ever be another "big" Linux distro, or has that time passed?
February 12th, 2019 | 1 hr 12 mins
apparmor, containers, copr, cryptominers, discover, dnf, docker, fedora, fedora 30, fedora schedule, gtk, journalism, jupiter broadcasting, kde, korkerds, linux journalism, linux podcast, lxc, opensuse, opensuse challenge, packagekit, pantheon, plasma 5.15, red hat, rolling release, runc, scale 17x, security, selinux, solvitaire, suse, tumbleweed, uberwriter, unplugged, user metrics, uuid, vala, vulnerability, wireguard, yast, zdnet, zypper
The hype around a new security flaw hits new levels. Fedora has a bunch of news, and we discover what's new in the latest Plasma release.
February 5th, 2019 | 1 hr 14 mins
bitcoin, cryptocurrency, dhcp, dns sinkhole, dnsmasq, docker, ethereum, fosdem 2019, ftldns, gnome shell performance, gtk, gtk+, jupiter broadcasting, jupterdev telegram, linux podcast, overclock nvidia gpu, pi-hole, snapcraft, unplugged, vlc 4
Why FOSDEM might be the quintessential community event, and our thoughts after playing with Pi-Hole.
January 29th, 2019 | 1 hr 8 mins
18.04, 19.04, canonical, chromecast, containers, cool-retro-term, debian, disco dingo, docker, ell, firefox, firefox 65, flatpak, fractional scaling, free content, fx_cast, gradio, jupiter broadcasting, kernel patch, kodi, kodi 18, lfnw, librem 5, linux podcast, lts, mate, mozilla, open source home theater, ppa, pureos, purism, scale, scale 17x, shortwave, study group, ubuntu, unplugged, wayland, x11, yaml
We're playing Robin Hood with the content, and a new member of our team joins to tell you all about it.
January 22nd, 2019 | 1 hr 19 mins
akira, apt, apt-get, aws, azure, azure sphere, benchmarks, canonical, circonus, design, documentdb, ebgp, elementary, freemium, gpg, gtk, https, io, jupiter broadcasting, kafka, kernel, lfnw, linux, linux podcast, man in the middle, metrics, mitm, mongodb, multipass, native apps, oggcamp, open source business models, powershell, rce, redis, scale, scheduler, security, sequeler, sketch, ssd, taxi, texas linux fest, ubuntu, ui, unplugged, ux, vala, windows, windows 10, windows core
An embarrassing vulnerability has been found in the apt package manager, we’ll break it all down. Plus Alessandro Castellani tells us about his plans to build a professional design tool for Linux.
January 15th, 2019 | 1 hr 2 mins
amazon, apple, apt search, cddl, celluloid, centos, chezmoi, chromeos, cloudkit, computer mouse, delphix, documentdb, dotfiles, ephemeral browser, fedora, foundationdb, foundationdb record layer, gnome, gpl, jupiter broadcasting, linux apps, linux on chromeos, linux podcast, mpv, neal gompa, ota 7, rhel, sql, stratis, ubports, ubuntu touch, unplugged, zfs, zol
ZFS on Linux is becoming the official upstream project of all major ZFS implementations, even the BSDs. But recent kernel changes prevent ZFS from even building on Linux. Neal Gompa joins us to discuss why it all matters.
January 8th, 2019 | 1 hr 10 mins
adobe, apollo, bash, clear linux, creative cloud, dnf, ed, entroware, fedora, fedora 31, fish, fish shell, gaming on linux, gnu, jason evangelho, jupiter broadcasting, linux, linux 5.0, linux kernel, linux podcast, peter ammon, premiere, proton, rover tracker, shell, steam, unplugged, user tracking, windows phone, zsh
Joe joins Wes to discuss the state of Adobe's Creative Cloud on Linux and why the Fish shell might be your favorite new tool.
January 2nd, 2019 | 1 hr 12 mins
chromeos, clear linux, gnome, gpu, hopecasting, ibm, jupiter broadcasting, kde neon, linux podcast, openzfs, proton, redhat, reiserfs, unplugged, wine, wireguard, xfce
We start off the new year with our hopes and dreams for Linux and open source in 2019 and beyond.
December 26th, 2018 | 59 mins 9 secs
active directory, antegros, apple, arch, arm, aws, azure, bachefs, chromebook, clear linux, dark mode, dell, digital ocean, fuchsia, gnome, jupiter broadcasting, linux podcast, microsoft, pipewire, proton, red hat, sap, steam, suse, unplugged, virtual desktops, zfs
We get serious and bring in a special referee to help us lock in our Linux predictions for 2019.
December 17th, 2018 | 1 hr 9 mins
asus, eglstreams, ethr, go, gpl violation, jupiter broadcasting, keyboardio, kms, linux desktop, linux podcast, microsoft, minidlna, mir, nvidia, pop!_os, protonmail, readymedia, remove.bg, streama, system76, systemd, thelio, udev, unplugged, wayland, wireguard, xrandr, zenfone
We’re just back from touring System76’s new factory, and getting the inside scoop on how they build their Thelio desktop. This is our story about walking in as skeptics, and walking out as believers.
December 11th, 2018 | 1 hr 6 mins
19.04, arduino, arm, automation system, behringer, canonical, castablasta, disco dingo, dns, emby, energy aware scheduling, gnome, handbrake, iodine, jellyfin, kaleidoscope, keyboardio, kubernetes, linux podcast, makemkv, microk8s, offline media, plex, reddit, rtv, snapcraft, soundconverter, sshuttle, streama, streaming, systemd, ubuntu, udev, unplugged, wireguard, x32
We have a WireGuard success story to share, and it's probably not what you're expecting.
December 4th, 2018 | 1 hr 4 mins
32bit, amazon, android, beowulf cluster, blink, chrome, clear linux, cloud, clr-boot-manager, dell, edge, emulator, external graphics, game streaming, intel, ios, ish, jack, juju, laptop, linux, linux podcast, lxd, maas, microsoft, pulseaudio, raspberry pi, shell, sputnik, steam, steam link, systemd, theodore dubois, thunderbolt, thunderbolt dock, ubuntu, udev, unplugged, webkit, x86, xps13, xubuntu
We chat with a developer who's gotten Linux running on iOS devices, do a deep dive into Clear Linux, and discuss Xubuntu ending 32bit support.
November 27th, 2018 | 1 hr 2 secs
backups, base platform, community, dropbox, ext4, fedora, fedora 31, gnome, gpu, iss, kde, lfnw, linux podcast, linuxfest northwest, martin wimpress, matthew miller, mergerfs, nasa, open source, packaging, packaging winter, plasma, red hat, security, silverblue, snapcraft, snapraid, switching to linux, thunderbolt, tooling, trust, unplugged, wimpy, windows, xfs, zfs
Fedora might take a year off, to focus on it self. Project Lead and Council Chair Matthew Miller joins us to explain this major proposal.
November 20th, 2018 | 1 hr 9 mins
10 year support, 18.04, android, automation system, bolt, deepin, gaming on linux, linux, linux dock, linux kernel, linux podcast, lts, mainline, minitube, nvidia, prime, prime-select, remote desktop, settlers of catan, steam, steam link, thunderbolt, thunderbolt dock, ubuntu lts, ubuntu security podcast, unite-shell, unity, unplugged, valve, very long term support, webtty, x11, xpra, youtube-dl
Android and Ubuntu are working exceptionally hard to create longer support cycles. We’ll highlight the work that makes this possible, and what’s motivating these two different projects to strive for Very Long Term Support.
November 13th, 2018 | 1 hr 9 mins
bitwarden, canonical, canonical ipo, emulation, f.k. schaller, firmware, linux podcast, lvfs, mark shuttleworth, microsoft, open invention network, open source, pcsx, pipewire, playstation, red hat, snes9x, supertuxkart, thunderbolt, ubuntu, unplugged, usb-c, wayland, zune
Christian F.K. Schaller from Red Hat joins us to discuss seamless Linux upgrades, replacing PulseAudio, some of the recent desktop Projects Red Hat’s been working on... And the value they get from them.
November 6th, 2018 | 1 hr 13 mins
android, apple, automation, automation system, fedora, foss, fuse, huginn, hybrid cloud, kde connect, linux academy, linux podcast, open source, open source revolution, procdump, secure boot, show automation, sysinternals, sysinternals for linux, t2, unplugged
Have the revolutionaries won the war against proprietary software? That’s the argument being made. And we argue, what else did you expect?