November 24th, 2020 | 52 mins 56 secs
ansible, archive.org, asus, chromebook, chromeos, chromiumos, containers, dev fonts, digital audio, docker, fedora 34, flash, flat volume, fwupd, fydeos, gnome, guadec, homeassistant, i3, jack audio, jupiter broadcasting, kde plasma aarch64, kstars, linux app summit, linux podcast, lvfs, modem, nasa, nixos, perseverance rover, pipewire, podify, proxmox, pulseaudio 14, richard hughes, rss, ruffle, rust, stellarsolver, ubuntu web remix, unplugged, wave-share, webrtc, youtube-dl
We have the coolest new retro tool of the year, that will turn you into a Linux powered spy.
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.
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.