January 22nd, 2023 | 1 hr 17 mins
aj-snapshot, amd, arc, autorestic, backblaze, backups, borg, borgbackup, borgbase, borgmatic, borgwarehouse, carla, defined networking, elgato stream deck, emborg, graphics card, hardware acceleration, helvum, idrive, intel, jack, jellyfin, jupiter broadcasting, kde plasma, linux podcast, linux unplugged, live usb, livestreaming, lts kernel, material shell, modern linux desktop, nebula, nix, nixos, obs, obs-websocket, obsws-python, open-source graphics, persistent usb, pipeline, plasma desktop, qpwgraph, radeon rx 6500 xt, remote desktop, restic, rsync, rsync.net, rustdesk, streamdeck-ui, streaming, system76, thelio, tiling window manager, traefik, vorta, wayland, zfs, znapzend
Today we are finally taking on a project months in the making, and we're switching to an entirely new generation of Linux tech in the process.
November 13th, 2022 | 1 hr 24 mins
accelerated graphics, ai, arch, codecs, coqui, deep fakes, fediverse, fedora 37, flathub, flatpak, gaming on linux, geocache, gnome 43, gnome software, h.264, helvum, jack, jupiter broadcasting, kde, kvm, linux audio, linux podcast, linux unplugged, mastodon, matrix, ml, mumble, nexcom, nix, nvidia, odroid, openzfs, peertube, pipewire, plasma 5.26, pleroma, popcorn pocket, proton, pulseaudio, raspberry pi 4, rpm, rpm fusion, signal, slack, stable diffusion, steamos, telegram, tts, ubuntu mate, v3d, valve, zfs, zfs-on-linux, zsys
Why this latest release of Fedora misses the mark, and Ubuntu's quiet backing away from ZFS.
November 2nd, 2021 | 1 hr 14 mins
anaconda, btrfs, containers, dnf, family friendly fedora, fedora 34, fedora 35, fedora cloud, firecracker, flathub, flatpak, gnome 41, helvum, htop, immutable workstation, jack, jupiter broadcasting, kde plasma, kde spin, kerla, kinoite, krfb, linux podcast, linux unplugged, matthew miller, nintendo switch emulator, oci, ostree, package management, patchbay, pipewire, podman, pro audio, pulseaudio, rdp, remote desktop, rpm-ostree, rust, ryujinx, session manager, silverblue, tailscale, vnc, wayland, wireguard, wireplumber, x11
We check-in with Fedora Project lead Matthew Miller on the state of the project, then conduct our exit interview with Fedora 34, and review Fedora 35.
June 29th, 2021 | 51 mins 42 secs
almalinux, android, apple m1, arch, arm, aur, bluetooth, btrfs, centos, cloudlinux, containers, dahlioos, dart, debian, deepin linux 20.2.2, edw, elementary os, flutter, freesync hdmi, fuchsia, gpl, gregory kurtzer, hardware support, jack, jupiter broadcasting, landlock, linux 5.13, linux audio, linux podcast, linux unplugged, low latency, microkernel, mit, mixxx, pipewire, resf, roc, rocky linux, usb audio, xfs, zirkon
Is Fuchsia a risk to Linux? We try out a cutting-edge Fuchsia desktop and determine if it is a long-term threat to Linux.
May 4th, 2021 | 57 mins 9 secs
accent colors, alsa, appcenter, audacity, audio video, containers, dark mode, dark style preference, docker, docker-compose, elementary installer, elementary os 6 beta, email, imap, jack, jupiter broadcasting, linux audio, linux podcast, markdown, minimec, musegroup, musescore, pipewire, podman, procs, pulseaudio, rainloop, rentry, roundcube, rust, security, smtp, systemd-nspawn, tantacrul, wayland, webmail, wim taymans
It's episode III, Return of the Email. Everyone says never host your own email, so we're doin it.
April 27th, 2021 | 1 hr 8 mins
acrn, amazon, broadcom vk, btrfs, bubblewrap, centos, django, earlyoom, email, facebook, fedora 34, flatpak 1.11.1, gnome 40, greg kroah-hartman, grub2, gtk4, humble bundle, hyper-v, irb, jack, jupiter broadcasting, kde, linux 5.12, linux kernel, linux podcast, linux servers, lwn, mail server, memory pressure, modoboa, nintendo 64, pipewire, plasma 5.21, playstation 5 dualsense, pressure vessel, psi, pulseaudio, python, red hat, research ethics, rhel, risc-v, self-hosted, selinux, sifive hifive, steam, steam runtime, sub-sandboxes, swap, systemd-oomd, transparent compression, uefi, umn, university of minnesota, unplugged, wayland, wslg, xwayland standalone, zellij, zstd
The new release of Fedora has more under the hood than you might know. It's a technology-packed release, and nearly all of it is coming to a distro near you.
March 16th, 2021 | 52 mins 13 secs
We break down the next-level features coming to a Linux near you in just a few weeks.
September 8th, 2020 | 51 mins 47 secs
active directory, akademy 2020, aleix pol, alpine, archive.org, audio, bigbluebutton, collabora, containers, debconf20, debian, diversity, docker, fedora 33, gnome, gstreamer, jack, jonathan carter, jono bacon, jupiter broadcasting, lenovo, linux app summit, linux handheld, linux podcast, markdown, marketing, ncurses, openzfs, people powered book club, pipewire, present, pulseaudio, raspberry pi, red hat, sc-im, session manager, spreadsheets, ssh tunnel, terminal apps, ubuntu 20.10, unplugged, video, vpn, waybackmachine, wim taymans, wireguard, wireplumber, yarh-io
We get an update from PipeWire developer Wim Taymans on the status of Linux's new audio and video subsystem.
November 5th, 2019 | 1 hr 2 mins
alsa, appcenter, christian schaller, dell, elementaryos, fedora 31, firecode, flatpak, fonts, gnome, jack, jupiter broadcasting, kexec, kexecboot, linux audio, linux laptops, linux podcast, pick, pinebook pro, pipewire, pulseaudio, raspberry pi, raspberry pi 4, red hat, sideload, ubuntu, unplugged, xps, xps 13
Dell expands their linux hardware lineup, why elementary OS's Flatpak support sets the bar, and we chat with Christian Schaller of Red Hat about Fedora 31 and what's around the corner.
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.