We found 8 episodes of LINUX Unplugged with the tag “filesystems”.
451: The NixOS Challenge
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.
439: Double Server Jeopardy
January 2nd, 2022 | 51 mins 44 secs
arch server, ashift12, backup, bare metal, btrfs, cni, compression, containers, copy-on-write, dell, e5-2667, filesystems, hard disk, hard drive, hardware, idrac, intel, ipmi, jbod, jupiter broadcasting, kindle, kindle comic converter, linux podcast, linux unplugged, nas, new wes, noatime, opensuse, podman, pool, poweredge, r730xd, raid1, raidz2, remote backup, remote management, server, snapshots, supermicro, tumbleweed, vdev, xeon, zfs, zfs send, zpool
Our new server setup is bonkers, but we love it.
410: Ye Olde Linux Distro
June 15th, 2021 | 1 hr 2 mins
active directory, auto-cpufreq, battery management, bios, bogomips, bug bounty, clang, corel linux, crossover office, damn small linux, dapper drake, david chinner, debian, dos, dsl, filesystems, fuzzing, gary kramlich, grim, ide, init, instant messaging, jabber, jupiter broadcasting, knoppix, ldap, linux kernel 5.14, linux podcast, linux unplugged, mandrake, mandriva, mydsl, nft, open-source, openoffice, pidgin, power management, pptp, raspberry pi 400, red hat 9, rpm, security, smb, smp, static analysis, tim berners-lee, tlp, ubuntu 6.06, urpmi, windows, wordperfect, world wide web, x11, xandros, xfs, xmpp, zerodium
We revisit the seminal distros that shaped Linux’s past. Find out if these classics still hold up.
389: Harder Butter Faster Stronger
January 19th, 2021 | 1 hr 37 secs
backups, btrfs, chmod, cloud, containers, database, dban, distro-hopping, exfat, filesystems, gpt, home directory, jupiter broadcasting, kde neon, ldap, linux 5.10.8, linux laptops, linux podcast, live cd, live usb, macos, mbr, nano 5.5, ntfs, object storage, opensuse, pghoard, plasma, postgresql, s3, security, system76, systemrescuecd, text editors, thinkpad x12, tuxies, ubuntu 21.04, uefi, unix permissions, unplugged, usb, ventoy, windows
We showcase a tool that will change your Linux game.
363: Return of the Terminal Server
July 21st, 2020 | 52 mins 47 secs
a cloud guru, astroninja, backups, bashtop, btrfs, chat federation, chromecast, cloud desktop, containers, earlyoom, element, emby, fedora 33, feedback, filesystems, gnome merchandise, gnome shop, gotop, guadec, i3, jellyfin, jupiter broadcasting, linux podcast, luplug, matrix, microsoft, microsoft cloud pc, nasa, nextcloud, oom, open source, opensuse, plex, polybar, procmon for linux, proxmox backup server, python, qt, riot, rust, s3, spacex, syncplay, sysinternals, systemd-oomd, ubidesktop, unplugged, vector, virtualization, ytop
Fedora makes a bold move and Microsoft seems to be working on their ideal "Cloud PC”, we ponder what Linux has to offer.
361: Buttery Smooth Fedora
July 8th, 2020 | 53 mins 6 secs
a cloud guru, balena, btrfs, doom-emacs, emacs, fedora 22, filesystems, gcc, geiger counter, getting things done, getting things gnome, gtg, jeff fortin tam, jupiter broadcasting, latex, leap 15.2, linux podcast, llvm, markdown, opensuse, org-roam, pandoc, pebble, productivity tools, raspberry pi, rebbel yell, rebbleos, roam research, smartwatch, snapper, snapshots, spacemacs, suse, sway, text editors, transactional server, unplugged, yast, zettlr, zram, zypper
Fedora's getting to work and reconsidering some long held-assumptions.
355: Chris' Data Crisis
May 26th, 2020 | 57 mins 35 secs
a cloud guru, arp, backups, booting, btrfs, data integrity, dnsmasq, ext4, filesystems, fing, firehol, fireqos, firmware, hardware, jupiter broadcasting, linssid, linux podcast, mac address, netdiscover, networking, nmap, opnsense, pfsense, raspberry pi 4, smokeping, speedtest, tcpdump, unplugged, usb boot, vim, vimkiller, vpn, wavemon, wfh, wifi, wireless, wireless networking, wireshark, working from home, zfs
Chris' tale of woe after a recent data loss, and Wes' adventure after he finds a rogue device on his network.
336: Linus' Filesystem Fluster
January 14th, 2020 | 53 mins 31 secs
a cloud guru, age, arc, automotive grade linux, bandwhich, benchmarks, btrfs, ces, checksums, command line utilities, data integrity, data storage, encryption, ext4, ffsend, filesystems, firefox send, gpg, iftop, jim salter, jupiter broadcasting, linus torvalds, linux, linux podcast, lru cache, mozilla, nethogs, oracle, pgp, s-tui, sun microsystems, unplugged, windows, windows 10, windows 7, xfs, zfs
Linus Torvalds says don't use ZFS, but we think he got a few of the facts wrong. Jim Salter joins us to help us explain what Linus got right, and what he got wrong.