August 24th, 2021 | 58 mins 7 secs
30 years of linux, aws, cgroups v2, cheyenne, chown, christian brauner, cloud, colorado, cve, denver, devops, ext, fat, fedora 35, feedback, file permissions, gid, harvest host, idmapped mounts, jupiter broadcasting, kde plasma, kwin-tiling, lady jupes, linux, linux birthday, linux podcast, linux unplugged, lxd, meetup, nebraska, networking, pop!_os, razer, restarting user services, road trip, snapd, sre, sysadmin, system user session, systemd-homed, tiling window manager, ubuntu 21.10, uid, user namespaces, windows 10, xfs
We share some stories from our Denver meetup, the strange reason we found ourselves at a golf course, and some news you should know.
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.
May 12th, 2020 | 57 mins 15 secs
a cloud guru, awk, christian schaller, command line, cryptocurrency, dotfiles, efl, elive, encrypted storage, encryption, enlightenment, fedora, git-crypt, gnome, jupiter broadcasting, linux podcast, luks, paperwm, pop shell, pop!_os 20.04, samuel baggen, sed, shell, system76, telegram, thanatermesis, tiling window manager, ton, ubuntu server, unplugged, window manager, xps 13
We're blown away by the Enlightenment desktop, and its little known features, and we share a quick way for you to try it out yourself.
March 3rd, 2020 | 57 mins 8 secs
We try the Mac desktop for 30 days, find out what we think it does best, and where Linux will always have it beat.