October 2nd, 2022 | 1 hr 6 mins
android, awesomewm, calyxos, degoogle, dwm, europa clipper, f-droid, flight controller, game streaming, gaming on linux, geocache, google, grapheneos, ham radio, ingenuity, jpl, jupiter broadcasting, linux in the ham shack, linux podcast, linux unplugged, magic wormhole, maple syrup, mars 2020, nasa, nixos, open-source-rover, photo sync, proton, science, solaris, space, stadia, steam, storj, tim canham, valve, voyager, vulkan
We go hands-on at NASA's JPL and learn why Linux is the best OS for Earth and Mars.
June 26th, 2022 | 1 hr 13 mins
5g, awesome-git, bios, bitkeeper, boost, brunch with brent, cvs, dish, distributed, dvcs, emacs, fountain.fm, git, gitea, github, gitkraken, gitlab, google, helipad, hp devone, hugo, ingenuity, jupiter broadcasting, kvm, laser link, linus torvalds, linux podcast, linux unplugged, linuxcopter, mars 2020, matrix, meetup, oh my git!, pop!_os, raspberry pi, satellite internet, scm, spacex, starlink, starship, subversion, svn, system76, tim canham, tinypilotkvm, umbrel, ungit, value4value, version control, windows server, wsl 2
We're going back in time to witness the early days of a critical tool to build Linux, then jump forward 15 years and join our buddy Brent on his journey to learn that very tooling.
December 7th, 2021 | 58 mins 50 secs
ai, audapolis, audio editing, btrfs, centos stream 9, cryptocurrency, descript, epel 9, firefox 91, flatpak, fragmentation, gnome 40, ingenuity, jpl, jupiter broadcasting, jupiter extras, leap, linux podcast, linux unplugged, machine learning, nasa, nebula, opensuse, popcorn pocket computer, raid, scale, slackware, snap, ssd, suse, tim canham, tumbleweed, yast, zypper
This was not the year of the Linux Desktop. We’ve been slacking on the mailbag, so we go on a feedback frenzy and answer some hard questions about desktop Linux.
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.
April 20th, 2021 | 1 hr 10 mins
5.10, 5.4, active directory, arch, arch server update, btrfs, calendly, calendso, cgroupv2, clamav, containerd, containers, cosmic, dkim, dmarc, dns, docker, docker-mailserver, dovecot, email, email filtering, firefox 87, gnome 3.38, group policy, gtk, imap, ingenuity, jupiter broadcasting, jupiter garage, jupitergarage.com, kubuntu, let's encrypt, linux 5.11, linux podcast, linuxcopter, lts kernel, mail server, mail-in-a-box, mailroute, mars, mx, networking, perseverance, plasma 5.21, pop!_os, postfix, postgrey, raspberry pi, security, self-hosted appointments, smtp, snap packages, snapd, spam, spamassasin, spf, subspace, system76, tim canham, ubuntu 21.04, unplugged, wayland, wireguard, x11, xorg
You should never host your own email, so we’ve gone and done just that. What we learned trying to build an email server in 2021.
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.