July 27th, 2021 | 52 mins 27 secs
alpine, arch, battery life, containers, decrentalized communication, dendrite, docker, docker-wine, electron, element, fedora, fingerprint reader, framework laptop, freebsd, gamescope, guacamole, hardware, hellosystem, ipfs, jingos, jingpad a1, jupiter broadcasting, linux gaming, linux graphics, linux laptop, linux podcast, linux unplugged, linuxserver.io, matrix, metaplanet, obs, oneweb, pierre-loup griffais, protocol labs, proton, rdp, remote desktop, right to repair, satellite internet, skype, spacex, starlink, steam, steamcompmgr, steamos, synapse, ubuntu, valve, vulkan, wayland, webtop, windows, wine, winetricks, xvfb, xwayland
We try to pull off a show while recovering from an epic server crash. Then we build the ultimate remote Linux desktop—in the cloud!
July 20th, 2021 | 1 hr 12 mins
almalinux, arch linux, azure, cbl-mariner, centos, containers, desktop linux, directx, docker, ethan lee, game development, gaming, hotwire, http, http2, iot, jupiter broadcasting, kubernetes, linux 5.10, linux gaming, linux podcast, linux unplugged, microsoft, networking, nmap, pacman, port scanning, postgresql, proton, pulseaudio, rdp, rhel, rocky linux, rust, rustscan, steam, steam deck, tshark, valve, vpn, vulkan, wayland, windows, wine, wireshark, wsl, wslg
Could the Steam Deck mean fewer native Linux games? We chat with prolific game developer Ethan Lee and get his perspective on the negative impacts of the Deck.
October 16th, 2018 | 1 hr 42 mins
chrome os, dalton durst, dxvk, elementary os, flatkill, flatpak, gnome, gpd pocket 2, gtk3 themes, juno, kde, linux podcast, linux unplugged, ota5, palm, photopea, plasma, ubports, vulkan
elementary OS’ latest and greatest released today, and we talk with Dan and Cassidy from the project about their biggest release yet.
August 28th, 2018 | 1 hr 7 mins
codeweavers, fedora, gaming on linux, intel microcode, kde itinerary, libre application summit, linux podcast, lvfs, plasma, proton, realtek, steam, ubuntu touch, vulkan, wine
Steam Play rocks the Linux world as it promises new levels of compatibility with AAA Windows games. But the story of how Valve is doing it might be just as fascinating.