June 15th, 2021 | 1 hr 2 mins
active directory, auto-cpufreq, battery management, bios, bogomips, bug bounty, clang, corel linux, crossover office, damn small linux, dapper drake, david chinner, debian, dos, dsl, filesystems, fuzzing, gary kramlich, grim, ide, init, instant messaging, jabber, jupiter broadcasting, knoppix, ldap, linux kernel 5.14, linux podcast, linux unplugged, mandrake, mandriva, mydsl, nft, open-source, openoffice, pidgin, power management, pptp, raspberry pi 400, red hat 9, rpm, security, smb, smp, static analysis, tim berners-lee, tlp, ubuntu 6.06, urpmi, windows, wordperfect, world wide web, x11, xandros, xfs, xmpp, zerodium
We revisit the seminal distros that shaped Linux’s past. Find out if these classics still hold up.
March 12th, 2019 | 1 hr 12 mins
azure sphere, bug reports, containers, debian, debian elections, developer tooling, ebpf, f5, firefox send, home automation, jupiter broadcasting, linux podcast, mozilla, nginx, node-red, open source governance, openpower, project leadership, purism, scale, scale 17x, snapcraft, sway, system76, unplugged, wayland, web anniversary, window managers, wlroots, world wide web
A new voice joins the show, and we share stories from our recent adventures at SCaLE 17x.