August 6th, 2023 | 1 hr 17 mins
2fa, adguard home, aegis authenticator, built-in monitoring software, cloud storage, content filtering, davx5, dns, doorbell button, element, email, encryption, esp32 smart doorbell, esphome, etesync, file sync, freetube, frontends, gl.inet routers, grapheneos, home assistant, libredirect, linux, local integration, mass surveillance, mesh vpn, messaging services, nextcloud, nextdns, nitter, notifications, online safety bill, open source, pi-hole, privacy, privacy friendly, privacy resources, privacy rights, privacy tips, privacy tools, privacyguides.org, privacytools.io, proton calendar, proton drive, real-time chat, self-hosting, send, signal, simplelogin, simplex chat, starlink, storage, surveillance self-defense, syncthing, tailscale, uk government, vendors, vpns, wireguard
Why Linux reigns for privacy; our recommendations for secure tools from chat to DNS.
October 23rd, 2022 | 1 hr 25 mins
ai, artificial intelligence, aur, automatic1111, bcache, bcachefs, btrfs, cacheing, canonical, compvis lmu, container-toolkit, copy-on-write, cow, cuda, deep generative neural network, docker, docker compose, dreamstudio, emad mostaque, gnome, gtk4, intel arc, interim release, iwd, jupiter broadcasting, kinetic kudu, latent diffusion, linux 5.19, linux podcast, linux unplugged, lmu munich, lure, lvm, machine learning, ml, nautilus, nvidia, open source, pipewire, runway, stability.ai, stable diffusion, storage, thelio, ubuntu 22.10, wifi, wpa_supplicant, zfs
The Internet is going crazy with AI-generated media. What's the open-source story, and is Linux being left out?
September 28th, 2021 | 52 mins 40 secs
alexa, amazon astro, anti-cheat, arch linux, battleye, btrfs, centos, collabora, dead by daylight, dell poweredge r820, destiny, disk array, dual booting, eac, elementary os, epic, gentoo, hackfest, idrac, intel software defined silicon, ipmi, itanium, jupiter broadcasting, linux podcast, linux unplugged, location tracking, nebula, networking backdoor, nextcloud, nix, nixos, phonetrack, pikvm, raspberry pi, rawhide, robot dog, rolling release, rolling server, rustdesk, sdsi, self-hosting, snapper, snapshots, steam deck, storage, syscall user dispatch, tubearchivist, tumbleweed, ups, valve, wireguard, youtube, yt-dlp, zfs
Sometimes things go wrong; this week, we admit we've got a problem.
October 14th, 2020 | 1 hr 5 mins
amd radeon, amdgpu, antennapod, arm, auto tiling, autotier, canonical, chromebooks, code quality, defined networking, dell precision, education, esxi, esxi-arm, extended attributes, fedora, free software, fuse, gnome shell, google, gpu, graphics drivers, jupiter broadcasting, kde plasma 5.20, linux 5.9, linux for kids, linux gaming, linux podcast, manjaro arm 20.10, nebula, networking, nfs, notifications, nvme, open source, podcasting apps, pop shell, pop shop, pop!_os, power management, powertop, raspberry pi, ryan huber, slack, ssd, steam, storage, system76, system76 keyboard, task manager, tiling window manager, tlp, ubuntu, unplugged, virtualization, vmware flings, vpn, vsphere, wayland, wifi
We're reminded that you can't judge a distro by its screenshots. We use Pop!_OS for a few weeks and share our embarrassing discovery.
June 18th, 2019 | 59 mins 49 secs
atari vcs, chromium, command line bookmarks, containers, docker, fedora, fedora 30, fedora server, freebsd, freenas, grep, jupiter broadcasting, linus tech tips, linux podcast, linux unplugged, marker, nas, netflix, nfs, openzfs, picks, rga, ripgrep, sack panic, snap packages, storage, system76, tcp, thelio, windows, wsl2, zfs, zfs on linux
We attempt something you never should, we live flip our FreeNAS ZFS install to a Fedora server.