We found 3 episodes of LINUX Unplugged with the tag “minecraft”.
445: Brent's Betrayal
February 13th, 2022 | 53 mins 47 secs
32bit, 64bit, arch, brian benchoff, canonical, carrier board, confession pi time, fedora, flatpak, flutter, gtk, jupiter broadcasting, linux desktop, linux podcast, linux unplugged, minecraft, minimum viable computer, netboot, network booting, pi 4, pi 400, pi compute module, raspberry pi, raspberry pi imager, rpilocator, rpmlauncher, sata, snap packages, ubuntu, ubuntu 22.04, unity remix, usb
Linux is the master of small computers, and this week it’s going to the next level. We chat with the creator of the $15 Linux box and share some significant updates for the Raspberry Pi.
395: The Waybig Machine
March 2nd, 2021 | 48 mins 32 secs
apple, apple light sensor, apple magic trackpad, arch, archive.org, audio, bash, capture the flag, command line, ctf, cve, debian, docker, fedora, fish, geysermc, gnome, gnome 40, gnome shell, go, hacker games, internet archive, jonah edwards, jupiter broadcasting, linux audio, linux podcast, minecraft, multi-touch, ronald tschalar, security, terminal, touch bar, touch gestures, touche, touchegg, traitor, tsukae, unplugged, wayback machine, wayland, x11, zsh
It's our worst idea yet. We share the password to our brand-new server and see who can own the box first. Whoever wins gets a special prize.
394: Tempted But the Truth is Discovered
February 23rd, 2021 | 1 hr 11 mins
airwindows, allan day, android, arch, ardour, audacity, aur, calf plugins, carla, catia, cryptocurrency, descript, ethereum, fedora, ffmpeg, flathub, flatpak, gnome, gnome 40, gpu, hindenburg journalist, horizontal workspaces, ingenuity, jack audio, jupiter broadcasting, kx-studio, linux audio, linux podcast, linux studio plugins, linvst, mars, mars 2020, microsoft, minecraft, minecraft bedrock edition, mining, multi-monitor, mutter, nasa, nvidia, obs, ocenaudio, open build service, open-source, opensuse, ostree, perseverance, pipewire, proton, protools, pulseaudio, reaper, rtx 3060, rust, sonobus, steam, ubuntu studio, unplugged, valve, windows, wine, yabridge
After all these years, what's made us stick with Linux?