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?
October 30th, 2018 | 1 hr 43 mins
bsd, cockpit, dbxfs, dell, dell precision 5530, dropbox, fedora, fedora 29, flathub, flatpak, gaming on linux, ibm, linus, linux, linux podcast, linuxserver.io, meetbsd, modularity, nextcloud, open hardware, proton, protondb, red hat, rhel, samsung, samsung osg, steam, system76, thelio, thunderbolt, unplugged, zfs
We speculate about a future where IBM owns Red Hat, and review the latest Fedora 29 release that promises a new game changing feature.
October 23rd, 2018 | 58 mins 28 secs
audio production, dell, getjacked, gstreamer, jack, jupitercode, kxstudio, laptop review, linux audio, linux laptop, linux podcast, low latency, pipewire, precision 5530, unplugged, video production, wim taymans
The lead developer of PipeWire Wim Taymans joins us to discuss Linux’s multimedia past, and its exciting future. They promise to greatly improve handling of audio and video under Linux.
October 16th, 2018 | 1 hr 42 mins
chrome os, dalton durst, dxvk, elementary os, flatkill, flatpak, gnome, gpd pocket 2, gtk3 themes, juno, kde, linux podcast, linux unplugged, ota5, palm, photopea, plasma, ubports, vulkan
elementary OS’ latest and greatest released today, and we talk with Dan and Cassidy from the project about their biggest release yet.
October 9th, 2018 | 1 hr 10 mins
andy grover, application menus, appmenu, creative selection, device mapper, eazel, gnome, gnome history, google, google plus, hardware acceleration, irl glasses, ken kocienda, linux podcast, nautilus, plasma, project stream, project strobe, red hat, stratis storage, todoist, unplugged, xfs
Red Hat developer Andy Grover joins us to discuss Stratis Storage, an alternative to ZFS on Linux and its recent milestone.
October 2nd, 2018 | 1 hr 4 mins
beos, fedora, fedora 29, firmware, flicker free boot, game streaming, haiku, halloween documents, kimchi, kvm, laptop stress test, linux gaming, linux podcast, lvfs, microsoft, project stream, s-tui, t480, thelio, thermal throttling, thinkpad, unplugged, virtual machine manager, virtual machines
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.
September 25th, 2018 | 1 hr 12 mins
appcenter, cookies, dell precision 5530, elementary os, feedback, google, google chrome, kde plasma, linux audio, linux podcast, open source funding, pipewire, playonlinux, tidelift, traefik, unplugged, usability, wlinux, wsl, zfs
We chat with Nate Graham who’s pushing to make Plasma the best desktop on the planet. We discuss his contributions to this effort, and others.
September 19th, 2018 | 1 hr 19 mins
code of conduct, code of conflict, distributed web gateway, ipfs, jack, kxstudio, lenovo, linus, linus apologises, linux, linux podcast, t480, talk show, thinkpad, thinkpad throttling bug, unplugged
Linus takes a break and the Linux kernel adopts a new Code of Conduct. We work through these major watershed moments, and discuss what it means for the community.
September 11th, 2018 | 54 mins 45 secs
libre application summit, linux academy, linux podcast, nextcloud, solus
We announce our big news, Jupiter Broadcasting is joining Linux Academy and what we have planned for the future is huge!
September 4th, 2018 | 50 mins 23 secs
android, android security, chromebook, cindy, gnome, gnome tweaks, google, intel, keybase, librem, librem 5, linux, linux mint, linux podcast, lmde, meltdown, privacy, proven, purism, random number generators, raspberry pi zero, rat, responsible disclosure, rng, security, spectre, tcpdump, zerophone
Intel has disappointed the kernel community with its latest security disclosures but there’s still hope for a better future. That’s more than can be said for the state of privacy on Android, so we discuss some alternatives.
August 28th, 2018 | 1 hr 7 mins
codeweavers, fedora, gaming on linux, intel microcode, kde itinerary, libre application summit, linux podcast, lvfs, plasma, proton, realtek, steam, ubuntu touch, vulkan, wine
Steam Play rocks the Linux world as it promises new levels of compatibility with AAA Windows games. But the story of how Valve is doing it might be just as fascinating.
August 21st, 2018 | 47 mins 49 secs
akademy, docker, firmware, flathub, flatpak, fosscon, intel, kde, licensing, linux podcast, man pages, oggcamp, plasma, pulseeffects, sandboxing, snapcraft, um
Docker controversy is brewing, but it's probably not what you think. We get around of community updates directly from the source, and why Debian an Intel are playing the game of he said, she said.
August 14th, 2018 | 1 hr 17 mins
18, blender benchmark, dropbox, filesystem, freebsd, fstransform, kde neon, libre application summit, linux 4, linux podcast, loopback, meetbsd, mir, openbenchmark, sparse image, systemd, the tragedy of systemd, xdg shell, xfs
The FreeBSD community shares the hard lessons learned from systemd, we play some great clips from a recent event.
August 7th, 2018 | 1 hr 6 mins
GNOME is discussing big changes, Elementary OS has big news, and a big bug has been found in Linux.
July 31st, 2018 | 1 hr 10 mins
barton, chromebooks, dell, full time, george, kde neon, kirta, linux podcast, microsoft store, odio, s-tui, sputnik, stress test, windows as a service, xps 13
We get an update from Dell’s Barton George on their Linux initiative Sputnik, cover some important community news, and the uncomfortable questions raised by Krita’s new financial boost.
July 25th, 2018 | 1 hr 21 mins
chromebook gpu acceleration, commercial software on linux, crostini, elementary os, gpu, hiri, linux podcast, making profit on linux, reactos, reaper, selling software on linux, snap, steamos, ubuntu, unplugged
Another potential desktop Linux app is scared away by an aggressive free software community, and we struggle to find the balance between our moral ideals, and getting work done.