March 27th, 2022 | 1 hr 9 mins
ansible, apfs, apple silicon, asahi alpha, asahi linux, bitcoin, boosts, compelling, configuration management, decentralized, declarative configuration, element, fascinating, federation, filesystems, functional programming, hector martin, jupiter broadcasting, lightning, linux distributions, linux podcast, linux unplugged, m1 max, matrix, nix, nix expression language, nixos, noteworthy, package management, package manager, podcasting 2.0, rebuild, remarkable, satoshi, unique, value4value
We explore what makes NixOS so powerful, and why it might be the future of all Linux distributions.
March 20th, 2022 | 58 mins 45 secs
anaconda, antennapod, apple silicon, asahi linux, centos stream, dark mode, dark style preference, desktop performance, extensions, fedora 36, fountain, gnome 42, jellyfin, jupiter broadcasting, libadwaita, linux podcast, linux unplugged, m1 max, plex, podcasting 2.0, raspberry pi, triple buffering, ubuntu 22.04
Why GNOME 42 is the release we’ve all been waiting for.
January 16th, 2022 | 1 hr 4 mins
501c3, apple, apple silicon, asahi linux, backups, banking, bismuth, bitcoin, blockchain, btrfs, colors.js, containers, copy-on-write, crypto, data integrity, data storage, defi, dell, docker, energy use, environmentalism, faker.js, finance, flathub, flatpak, fresh air-capable, hector martin, jupiter broadcasting, kde, linux podcast, linux unplugged, m1, npm, opensuse, plasma, podcast index, podcasting 2.0, podman, rolling release, server upgrade, snapshots, tiling window manager, tumbleweed, tuxies, vdev, zfs, zpool, zypper
We make some last-minute changes to our server setup and catch up on a bunch of thought-provoking feedback.
December 1st, 2020 | 1 hr 7 mins
antergos, apple silicon, arch, calamares, corsair, endeavouros, gallery-dl, gnome 40, gnome circle, haruna, hector martin, jupiter broadcasting, l2arc, linux laptops, linux podcast, m1, mpv, mutter, openzfs, pro1 x smartphone, reflector, rf headphones, terminal-centric distro, tuxies, unplugged, xda, xfce, zareason, zfs, zstandard
A problem that just kept getting worse and worse. What it was, and why it led us to "check in" on EndeavourOS.