March 30th, 2021 | 1 hr 10 mins
68k.news, almalinux os, apple, bare metal, burnout, c, canonical, centos, centos stream, cloud shell, cloudlinux, cockpit, common goal, community, covid, electron, elementary os, fedora, flutter, gnome foundation, gtk, gtk4, gui, jupiter broadcasting, late night linux, linux action news, linux desktop, linux gaming, linux podcast, lutris, mac os, matrix, microsoft, mutter, native development, neil mcgovern, open source, pia, private internet access, proton, purism, python, qt, rdp, red hat, remote workstation, rms, sdk, security, server, shells.com, software development, solo dev, spice, steam, sysadmin, ubuntu 21.04, unplugged, vala, vnc, windows, zlatan todoric
Lutris developer Mathieu Comandon joins us to share his perspective on the uncomfortable issues facing Linux desktop developers.
February 12th, 2019 | 1 hr 12 mins
apparmor, containers, copr, cryptominers, discover, dnf, docker, fedora, fedora 30, fedora schedule, gtk, journalism, jupiter broadcasting, kde, korkerds, linux journalism, linux podcast, lxc, opensuse, opensuse challenge, packagekit, pantheon, plasma 5.15, red hat, rolling release, runc, scale 17x, security, selinux, solvitaire, suse, tumbleweed, uberwriter, unplugged, user metrics, uuid, vala, vulnerability, wireguard, yast, zdnet, zypper
The hype around a new security flaw hits new levels. Fedora has a bunch of news, and we discover what's new in the latest Plasma release.
January 22nd, 2019 | 1 hr 19 mins
akira, apt, apt-get, aws, azure, azure sphere, benchmarks, canonical, circonus, design, documentdb, ebgp, elementary, freemium, gpg, gtk, https, io, jupiter broadcasting, kafka, kernel, lfnw, linux, linux podcast, man in the middle, metrics, mitm, mongodb, multipass, native apps, oggcamp, open source business models, powershell, rce, redis, scale, scheduler, security, sequeler, sketch, ssd, taxi, texas linux fest, ubuntu, ui, unplugged, ux, vala, windows, windows 10, windows core
An embarrassing vulnerability has been found in the apt package manager, we’ll break it all down. Plus Alessandro Castellani tells us about his plans to build a professional design tool for Linux.