June 8th, 2021 | 1 hr 7 mins
ai, batteries, chevereto, cloud, darktable, ev, exif, face recognition, filerun, foss, google photos, google takeout, gphotos-sync, insync, jupiter broadcasting, keyboards, launch keyboard, lenovo, librephotos, lightroom, linux podcast, linux unplugged, lithium-ion, lvfs, lychee, machine learning, mechanical keyboards, open firmware, open hardware, photo search, photography, photonix, photoprism, photostructure, piwigo, pop!_os, rclone, rust, self-hosted, system76, tags, thinkpad, tlp, x1 carbon
We discuss old and new ways to manage, organize, index, and search your photo collection. It's our favorite Google Photo's alternatives.
June 1st, 2021 | 47 mins
blue bird, bus, canable, desk pi pro, home assistant, home automation, jupiter broadcasting, linux podcast, mobile internet, mqtt, node-red, peplink, rv, self hosting, self-hosted, shelly, shelly.cloud, victron, victron venus
We’re joined by a special guest who’s built his very own Linux battle bus. We get the technical details on how Linux is at the core of this open road machine.
May 18th, 2021 | 1 hr 45 secs
1password, activitypub, android, appimage, dart, decentralized, electron, f-droid, f-prime, federation, fediverse, ffmpeg, finamp, helicopter, ios, jpl, jupiter broadcasting, linux apps, linux in space, linux podcast, linuxcopter, live stream, mars 2020, mars rover, music player, nasa, open-source, p2p, password manager, peer to peer, peertube, perseverance, plexamp, radio, react, rotocopter, rust, self-hosted, self-hosting, serial, space, tim canham, typescript, uart, youtube, zigbee
Tim Canham, Mars Helicopter Operations Lead at NASA’s JPL joins us again to share technical details you've never heard about the Ingenuity Linux Copter on Mars. And the challenges they had to work around to achieve their five successful flights.
May 11th, 2021 | 57 mins 12 secs
ai, ansible, appimage, appimagehub, arm, asus, battery health, cryptpad, debian, design, desktop applications, distrowatch, emulationstation, emulators, fedora, gist, huawei, independent distro, index, jupiter broadcasting, kde, kirigami, lenovo, linux 5.10, linux apps, linux gaming, linux podcast, lithium-ion battery, mali, maui, mauikit, mobile gaming, neon, network engineering, nintendo switch, nitrux, nx desktop, nx firewall, odroid-go super, openrc, pastebin, piebin, plasma, pre-internet encryption for text, privacy, privatebin, qt, retro gaming, rockchip, roms, samba, segacd, self-hosted, selfhosting, sensory, slexy, smb, ssh, station, theme, thinkpad, tlp, tlpui, ubuntu 18.04, uri herrera, video games, voice assistant, x1 carbon
We’re taking a look at an underdog distro. We may have found a diamond in the rough with a few tricks up its filesystem.
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.
December 3rd, 2019 | 1 hr 3 mins
5.1, 6tunnel, adguard, backuppc, cassidy james blaede, elementary os, freedombox, gift giving, gifts, hass.io, hera, holiday gifts, homeassistant, ipv6, jellyfin, juno, jupiter broadcasting, kodi, lakka, librem 5, linux gifts, linux podcast, odroid go, open media vault, openssh, orange pi, osmc, pihole, pinephone, purism, raspberry pi, retroarch, sbc, self-hosted, snapcast, ssh, strobe audio, unplugged, veeam, vpn
Give the gift of remote support with our neat SSH trick. Also, Cassidy from elementary OS joins us to discuss what's great about their new release.