May 25th, 2021 | 1 hr 16 mins
alexa, ama, apple, ask me anything, ask us anything, bcachefs, btrfs, centos, dns, docker, domain names, emp, expanse, foss, gaming, hammer2, homelab, iain banks, jupiter broadcasting, linux desktop, linux podcast, lithium batteries, macos, microsoft, music, mycroft, nebula, networking, open source, origin story, pci passthrough, pop! shell, raspberry pi, ronald jenkees, rv, sci-fi, siri, smart assistant, solar, solar storm, steam, sysadmin, termbin, thinkpad, tiling, ubuntu, vpn, wireguard, wsl, wslg, zfs
From our origins with Linux to preparing your home LAN for a solar storm, it’s an Ask us Anything special edition!
March 9th, 2021 | 1 hr 58 secs
arm, audio editing, battery, collabora, coreutils, cubesat, curiosity, debian, drone, ffmpeg, flight software, fprime, game streaming, helicopter, ingenuity, jellyfin, jpl, jupiter broadcasting, linaro, linux audio, linux podcast, linux-rt, mars 2020, mars rover, nasa, ocenaudio, open source, operating systems, perseverance, preemptive scheduling, proton, protondb, realtime kernel, research, rust, science, solar, solaris, space, space exploration, steam steamlink, sun, tim canham, unix, unplugged, valve, vxworks, windriver, wine, x86
Tim Canham, the Mars Helicopter Operations Lead, shares Linux’s origins at JPL and how it ended up running on multiple boxes on Mars.