April 30th, 2023 | 52 mins 10 secs
apt, audiobookshelf, bash, bashrc, boston harbor, boston harbor marina, bullseye, containers, debian, dendron, determinate nix installer, determinate systems, digital estate planning, docker, fedora, finland, hugo, hugo extended build, jupiter broadcasting, jupiterbroadcasting.com, kde, linux podcast, linux spring meetup, linux unplugged, nala, nix, nix-shell, nixos, olympia meetup, package managers, pacstall, password manager, personal knowledge management, plasma, podgrab, pop!_os, postal-code boost, rss, sam hughes, self-hosting, spotify, spring meetup, static site, suicide linux, the sprinkler geeks, tumbleweed
Two listeners race to set up a web server on Suicide Linux. One slip-up and it's all gone. Who will survive?
January 8th, 2023 | 1 hr 13 mins
ansible, audiobookshelf, automation, boosts, buy it once, car, community, control enthusiasts, decentralization, docker, free software, good omens, immutability, intel quick sync, intel_gpu_top, jellyfin, jellyfin january, jupes, jupiter broadcasting, linux, linux podcast, linux quality, linux unplugged, maintainability, makemkv, mastodon, mate, matrix, men at arms, nas, nextcloud, ownership, plex, podverse, privacy, quality, right to repair, rss, scale, scale20x, self-hosting, simplicity, sovereignty, star trek, swiftfin, terry pratchett, traefik, website
Join us on a journey to true software freedom. We embark on our 30-day challenge and discover a whole new philosophy that will change the way you think about technology.
April 17th, 2022 | 59 mins 19 secs
5.15, 5.17, android, backend sync, backups, canonical, dnf, do-release-upgrade, fedora 36, flatpak, flutter, gnome 42, in-flight entertainment, installer, jammy jellyfish, jupiter broadcasting, ksmbd, linux podcast, linux unplugged, lxd 5.0, matrix, ntfs, nvidia, outlook, podman 4.0, python 3.10, qemu, red hat, rpm, rss, rsshub, ruby 3.0, synapse, ubuntu 22.04, wayland, zfs, zfs send, zsys
Has Fedora pulled ahead of Ubuntu? We take a look at the new Fedora 36 and Ubuntu 22.04 releases.
February 20th, 2022 | 1 hr 2 mins
ai, amd, arduino, boosts, c++, discord, dns, dog, element, gpio, gtk4, helipad, hwatch, ingenuity, jupiter broadcasting, kudu, linux copter, linux podcast, linux unplugged, m1, macbook pro max, mars 2020, matrix, ml, multitasking, nvidia, perseverance, phoronix test suite, pop!_os, proton, python, raspberry pi, rnote, rss, rtx 3060, rust, ryzen, spodcast, spotify, ssh, steam, system76, tensorflow, value 4 value, vscode
We put the sports car of Linux laptops to the test. Is it the multi-tasking machine it claims to be?
January 9th, 2022 | 1 hr 17 mins
adam curry, bitcoin, blockchain, clockworkpi, dave jones, decentralize, devterm, fireside, fountain, hive blockchain, jupiter broadcasting, keysend, lightning, linux podcast, linux unplugged, namespace, no agenda show, open source, openrss, peer-to-peer, podcast index, podcasting 2.0, podcastwallet, podping, rss, rust, satoshi, sats, value for value, value4value
A new initiative uses open source to keep podcasting decentralized and add new features.
November 24th, 2020 | 52 mins 56 secs
ansible, archive.org, asus, chromebook, chromeos, chromiumos, containers, dev fonts, digital audio, docker, fedora 34, flash, flat volume, fwupd, fydeos, gnome, guadec, homeassistant, i3, jack audio, jupiter broadcasting, kde plasma aarch64, kstars, linux app summit, linux podcast, lvfs, modem, nasa, nixos, perseverance rover, pipewire, podify, proxmox, pulseaudio 14, richard hughes, rss, ruffle, rust, stellarsolver, ubuntu web remix, unplugged, wave-share, webrtc, youtube-dl
We have the coolest new retro tool of the year, that will turn you into a Linux powered spy.
November 3rd, 2020 | 1 hr 6 mins
anti-cheat, arm, c#, collabora, drm, fedora 33, feed reader, feedly, gabriel krisman bertazi, gentoo, gnome 40, linux graphics, manjaro nibia, native linux app, newsflash, nvidia, opensuse, pinephone, raspberry pi 400, raspberry pi keyboard, rss, snapcraft, state of linux gaming, uno platform, vim, vim plugins, vim-mario, windows calculator, winui, write once run everywhere, xaml
Why we think the new Raspberry Pi 400 is just the beginning.