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 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 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?
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.