November 9th, 2023 | 1 hr 50 mins
agpl, azure, bitcoin-dev mailing list, cachestat, cla, colima, containers, docker, docker desktop, duplicati, element, fedora 39, fedora 40, fedora appreciation week 2023, fedora onyx immutable, fido2, gentoo, gnome 45 features, iss, jupiter broadcasting, kde plasma 6.0 approved, lima, linux 6.5, linux in space, linux podcast, linux unplugged, matrix, midi 2.0, milkdrop, modularity, move_mount_beneath, music visualization, podman, podman desktop, projectm, synapse, syncthing, usb4, virtualization, vyos
A special guest joins us, and we each give Fedora 39 a try. What’s new, what we liked, and what didn’t make the cut!
October 15th, 2023 | 1 hr 15 mins
1l pc, amd ryzen, app center, cad, chocolately, debian, docker desktop, enterprise desktop, enterprise linux, ext4, fde, firefox, flutter, fountain 1.0, full disk encryption, gnome 45, intel arc, jellyfin, jupiter broadcasting, legacy installer, linux 6.5, linux desktop, linux podcast, linux unplugged, log viewer, mantic minotaur, mozilla, nixos, no corporation november, noto fonts, ntfs, one liter pc, pipewire, plex, podman, quick settings, raspberry pi 5, security, snapcraft, snapd, tags, take my brent away, text tagger, tiling, tiling desktop, tpm, translations, ubuntu 23.10, ubuntu budgie, ubuntu core, ubuntu iso, wayland, wifi 7, windows challenge, wsl, wyse terminal, zfs
Has Canonical finally nailed snaps? Why it looks like Ubuntu has turned a new corner; our thoughts on the latest release. Plus, a special guest and more.
October 8th, 2023 | 1 hr 37 mins
android apps, app ratings, app store, beelink, chocolatey, containers, dell optiplex, docker containers, docker desktop, gorilla/banana gx-100, hardware terminal, hp color laserjet, hp prodesk, installer ui, jellyfin, jupiter broadcasting, linux boxes, linux podcast, linux unplugged, micro form factor pcs, microsoft web app store, mini pc, pi5, r-podcast, rs-232, serial console, terminal resources, tiling, ubuntu on windows, ventoy, vorta backups, windows 11, windows challange, windows package manager, windows subsystem for linux, winget, wsl, x86 servers, xps 13
We ran Windows for the week with three seemingly simple objectives. How we did, our take on what's gotten a lot better about Windows, and what still needs some work.