June 2nd, 2020 | 1 hr 3 mins
10nm, 4k, a cloud guru, arm, barton george, battery life, btrfs, dell, developer edition, face id, fingerprint reader, gaming, gnome, gnome foundation, howdy, ice lake, infrared, intel, jupiter broadcasting, killer wifi, linux kernel 5.7, linux podcast, lvm, neil mcgovern, new xps, open source, pine64, pinebook pro, privacy, project sputnik, python, rockpro64, rothschild patent imaging, rpi, seccomp, snakeware, software patents, syscalls, thermal pressure, ubuntu, unplugged, wifi, windows, wine, x11, xfs, xps, xps 13, zfs
From the low-end to the high-end we try out both ends of the Linux hardware spectrum. Wes reviews the latest XPS 13, and Chris shares his thoughts on the Pinebook Pro.
November 19th, 2019 | 52 mins 55 secs
arch arch linux, braveheart, gnome shell, jupiter broadcasting, kde, lukasz erecinski, macbook pro, manjaro, mutter, pine, pine64, pinebook pro, pinephone, plasma, pop!linux podcast, rockpro64, super fan, system76, thelio, unplugged
The Pinebook Pro gets put through the travel test, while we get an update on Pine64 projects straight from the source.
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.
August 27th, 2019 | 55 mins 22 secs
bfq, bitwarden, cloud, dan lynch, docker, fedora, foss, io scheduler, jupiter broadcasting, lastpass, linux podcast, linux unplugged, low-memory-monitor, memory pressure, oggcamp, oom, oomd, password managers, passwords, pine64, pinebook pro, podman, rust, self hosted, self hosted show, systemd, usb, usbtop, wayland
Safely host your own password database using totally open source software. We cover BitWarden, our top choice to solve this problem.