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An open show powered by community LINUX Unplugged takes the best attributes of open collaboration and turns it into a weekly show about Linux.

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An open show powered by community LINUX Unplugged takes the best attributes of open collaboration and turns it into a weekly show about Linux.

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Great Linux Podcast

By rumpkernel - Nov 01 2019
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I enjoy the content and personalities on this show. Chris has become better with age. The content isn’t always relevant to me, but I rarely skip an episode.

Love it!

By pRin533 - May 18 2017
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Keep up the good word! And where had you been all my life? 😪

iTunes Ratings

137 Ratings
Average Ratings
119
9
3
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4

Great Linux Podcast

By rumpkernel - Nov 01 2019
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I enjoy the content and personalities on this show. Chris has become better with age. The content isn’t always relevant to me, but I rarely skip an episode.

Love it!

By pRin533 - May 18 2017
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Keep up the good word! And where had you been all my life? 😪
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LINUX Unplugged

Latest release on Jan 15, 2020

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An open show powered by community LINUX Unplugged takes the best attributes of open collaboration and turns it into a weekly show about Linux.

Rank #1: Episode 42: Fine Wine or Sour Ports | LUP 42

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Liam from Gaming on Linux joins us to discuss the Witcher 2 port fiasco, and why Linux’s reputation as a gaming platform could be on the line.

Plus a heated Manjaro discussion, your feedback, and a BIG announcement!

May 28 2014

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Rank #2: Episode 247: Year of the Linux Desktop 😎

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Ubuntu and Fedora have new releases, and our early impressions are great. We’ll share the features that we think make these distros some of the best Linux desktop releases ever.

Plus some important community news, some Darktable tips for beginners, and some select clips from this year’s LinuxFest Northwest.

Special Guest: Brent Gervais.

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May 01 2018

1hr 33mins

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Rank #3: 283: The Premiere Shell

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Joe joins Wes to discuss the state of Adobe's Creative Cloud on Linux and why the Fish shell might be your favorite new tool.

Plus community news, a reality check on Linux gaming, and some shiny new hardware.

Special Guests: Jason Evangelho and Peter Ammon.

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Jan 09 2019

1hr 10mins

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Rank #4: Episode 15: Don’t Switch to Linux | LUP 15

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Our frank advice for switches to Linux. Despite what what the advocates would have you believe, there are some important consideration a potential Linux switcher should make. Our team of silverback Linux users shares their tips after years of using Linux.

Nov 20 2013

1hr 6mins

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Rank #5: 279: WireGuardians of the Galaxy

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We have a WireGuard success story to share, and it's probably not what you're expecting.

Plus we check in on Ubuntu 19.04, start the search for an Emby replacement, and how to use Reddit on the commandline.

Special Guest: Alex Kretzschmar.

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Dec 12 2018

1hr 6mins

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Rank #6: 291: Dirty Home Directories

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We reveal all and look at the mess that is our home directories. How we keep them clean, back them up, and organize our most important files.

Plus Gnome lands a long awaited feature, Firefox gets a bit more clever, and the big money being made on Open Source.

Special Guests: Alan Pope, Anthony James, Brent Gervais, Daniel Fore, Dustin Krysak, and Martin Wimpress.

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  • systemd-nspawn - ArchWiki — systemd-nspawn may be used to run a command or OS in a light-weight namespace container.
  • Transparently running binaries from any architecture in Linux with QEMU and binfmt_misc
  • QemuUserEmulation - Debian Wiki — This page describes how to setup and use QEMU user emulation in a "transparent" fashion, allowing execution of non-native target executables just like native ones.
  • Firefox 67: automatically unload unused tabs to improve memory — If things go as planned, Firefox 67 will introduce a new feature to unload unused tabs to improve memory. The initial bug report dates back eight years but work on the feature began in earnest just a short while ago.
  • Chrome OS 74 dev channel brings Linux app improvements (Crostini) — There’s now support for audio playback when using Linux apps. Up until now if you wanted to use Linux software to watch videos, listen to music, or do anything else that requires sound, you were out of luck.
  • GNOME 3.32 Lands Long-Awaited Fractional Scaling Support — Fractional scaling allows for greater control over the UI scaling than the previous integer based scaling of 2, 3, etc, to instead support fractions like 3/2 (1.5) increase in user-interfaces. Fractional scaling is primarily to improve the user experience with modern HiDPI displays.
  • Systemd-Free Debian "Devuan" Planning Their First Developer Gathering This Spring — Taking place in Amsterdam from 5 to 7 April will be the first Devuan conference for "init freedom lovers".
  • Canonical adds containerd to Ubuntu Kubernetes — Enabling Kubernetes to drive containerd directly reduces the number of moving parts, reduces latency in pod startup times, and improves CPU and memory usage on every node in the cluster.
  • Jupiter Broadcasting Meetups
  • Ubuntu Podcast Listener Get Together — We're having a Get Together in Reading, UK on Saturday March 16th. We'll meet at Breddog in Reading!
  • Dotfile madness — To those of you reading this: I beg you. Avoid creating files or directories of any kind in your user's $HOME directory in order to store your configuration or data. This practice is bizarre at best and it is time to end it. I am sorry to say that many (if not most) programs are guilty of doing this while there are significantly better places that can be used for storing per-user program data.
  • More home directory pollution — I looked in my home directory and now see (in addition to 26 dot-files) directories named go, snap and systems.
  • Steve Reaver on Twitter — There is so much junk in my home dir I had to ls it in column format. I've just about given up using ~ because of all the crap that application put in there!
  • “Please move the “$HOME/snap” directory to a less o...” : Ubuntu Bug #1575053
  • Why do hidden files in Unix begin with a dot? — The answer is very simple, because it's extremely easy to test if a file is hidden or not by simply testing the first character of the filename.
  • Yet Another Dotfiles Manager — When you live in a command line, configurations are a deeply personal thing. They are often crafted over years of experience, battles lost, lessons learned, advice followed, and ingenuity rewarded. When you are away from your own configurations, you are an orphaned refugee in unfamiliar and hostile surroundings. You feel clumsy and out of sorts. You are filled with a sense of longing to be back in a place you know. A place you built. A place where all the short-cuts have been worn bare by your own travels. A place you proudly call… $HOME.
  • Lyft to spend $300 million on Amazon Web Services by 2022 — Notably, Lyft said that if its usage of Amazon's cloud doesn't hit or exceed that $300 million threshold, it'll have to pay the difference. Lyft committed to spending at least $80 million in each of the three years of the deal, with the stipulation that it will spend $300 million in aggregate overall
  • MongoDB shares plunge on concerns that Lyft is moving to AWS
  • Flowblade — Flowblade is a multitrack non-linear video editor released under GPL3 license. From beginners to masters, Flowblade helps make your vision a reality of image and sound.

  • Shotcut — Shotcut is a free, open source, cross-platform video editor for Windows, Mac and Linux. Major features include support for a wide range of formats; no import required meaning native timeline editing; Blackmagic Design support for input and preview monitoring; and resolution support to 4k.

Mar 05 2019

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Rank #7: 327: Distro Disco

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Get to know our Linux Users Group a little better and learn why they love their Linux distros of choice, and the one thing they'd change to make them perfect.

Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar, Brent Gervais, and Neal Gompa.

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Nov 12 2019

59mins

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Rank #8: Episode 251: The Qt and the Ugly

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After we make ourselves at Gnome, we look at some future open source goodies coming your way, look at how Canonical’s upstream pitch, and get excited about the next great Linux filesystem hope.

Plus Chris’ first wreck on the road to Texas, Thunderbolt networking, and our results from the best Linux laptop for 2018.

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May 30 2018

1hr 26mins

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Rank #9: 326: Dell, elementary, Fedora, oh my!

Nov 06 2019

1hr 2mins

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Rank #10: Episode 5: Wrath of Linus | LINUX Unplugged 5

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We break down what has Linus so upset, and the Internet in an NSA induced fever. Plus GOG makes a public statement about Linux that has us scratching our heads, and your feedback.

Then if we had a format, we’d be breaking it with our review of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s first episode, Emissary.

Sep 11 2013

1hr 8mins

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Rank #11: 293: Netflix's Gift to Linux

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Developers at Netflix are creating the next set of super powers for Linux, we'll get the details straight from the source.

Plus some good Debian news, our tips for better battery life, and we play a little Hot SUSE Potato.

Special Guests: Brent Gervais and Ell Marquez.

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Mar 20 2019

1hr 14mins

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Rank #12: Episode 92: Linux Wife, Happy Life. | LUP 92

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We get an update on our resident Mac users switch to Linux & the challenges she's run into. Ubuntu makes a deal with Microsoft and promises to ship snappy on the Internet of Things, but what the heck is a Snap package? And is it truly a transactional system?

Plus hints on how Debian PPAs might work, the world's first $9 Linux rig & much more!

May 13 2015

1hr 12mins

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Rank #14: Episode 255: Fedora to the Core

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Big changes are coming to Fedora with the merger of CoreOS. We chat with a couple project members to get the inside scope about what the future of Fedora looks like.

Plus the big feature of the new GitLab release, how Pocket might be Firefox's secret sauce, and why Chris is really excited by PeerTube.

Special Guests: Dusty Mabe and Eric Hendricks.

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Jun 27 2018

1hr 17mins

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Rank #15: Episode 260: Thinkpad as a Service

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We get an update from Dell’s Barton George on their Linux initiative Sputnik, cover some important community news, and the uncomfortable questions raised by Krita’s new financial boost.

And some simple tips to improve your security at the edge.

Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar, Barton George, Brent Gervais, and Eric Hendricks.

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Aug 01 2018

1hr 10mins

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Rank #16: 318: Manjaro Levels Up

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It’s official, Manjaro is a legitimate business; so what happens next? We chat with Phil from the project about the huge news.

Plus we share some big news of our own and the strange feels we get from Chrome OS.

Special Guests: Brent Gervais, Ell Marquez, and Philip Muller.

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Sep 11 2019

56mins

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Rank #17: 286: Ell is for Linux

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We're playing Robin Hood with the content, and a new member of our team joins to tell you all about it.

Plus some hard details on the Librem 5, we visit the Canonical Corner, and a big batch of great Linux picks.

Special Guests: Brent Gervais, Ell Marquez, and Martin Wimpress.

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Jan 30 2019

1hr 8mins

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Rank #18: Episode 88: Churning Over Btrfs | LUP 88

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Apr 15 2015

1hr 34mins

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Rank #19: 325: DNF or Die

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Fedora 31 strikes the right balance, we get the latest on the Librem 5 situation, and an easy graphics boost for laptops.

Plus the best way to share your terminal yet, and more.

Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar, Brent Gervais, and Drew DeVore.

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Oct 30 2019

1hr 9mins

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Rank #20: 280: Handmade Desktop Linux

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We’re just back from touring System76’s new factory, and getting the inside scoop on how they build their Thelio desktop. This is our story about walking in as skeptics, and walking out as believers.

Plus some surprising community news, a few great picks, and more!

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Dec 18 2018

1hr 9mins

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336: Linus' Filesystem Fluster

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Linus Torvalds says don't use ZFS, but we think he got a few of the facts wrong. Jim Salter joins us to help us explain what Linus got right, and what he got wrong.

Plus some really handy Linux picks, some community news, and a live broadcast from Seattle's Snowpocalypse!

Special Guest: Jim Salter.

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Jan 15 2020

53mins

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335: Practically Perfect Predictions

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Find out what's happening in 2020 before it happens. Our crew returns from the future with predictions so perfect you could bet some Dogecoin on it.

Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar and Brent Gervais.

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Jan 07 2020

55mins

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333: Linux Wayback Machine

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Open source won the last decade, but what if it hadn’t? We look back at some major milestones and reflect on a world where they never existed.

Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar and Brent Gervais.

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Dec 24 2019

1hr 12mins

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331: apt install arch-linux

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We're myth-busting this week as we take a perfectly functioning production server and switch it to Arch. Is this rolling distro too dangerous to run in production, or can the right approach unlock the perfect server? We try it so you don't have to.

Plus some big community news, feedback, and more.

Special Guest: Brent Gervais.

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Dec 11 2019

58mins

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330: 'Tis the SSHession

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Give the gift of remote support with our neat SSH trick. Also, Cassidy from elementary OS joins us to discuss what's great about their new release.

Plus we'll share some gadget gift ideas, and what we're building for the holidays.

Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar and Cassidy James Blaede.

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Dec 04 2019

1hr 3mins

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329: Flat Network Truthers

Nov 27 2019

1hr 6mins

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327: Distro Disco

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Get to know our Linux Users Group a little better and learn why they love their Linux distros of choice, and the one thing they'd change to make them perfect.

Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar, Brent Gervais, and Neal Gompa.

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Nov 12 2019

59mins

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325: DNF or Die

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Fedora 31 strikes the right balance, we get the latest on the Librem 5 situation, and an easy graphics boost for laptops.

Plus the best way to share your terminal yet, and more.

Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar, Brent Gervais, and Drew DeVore.

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Oct 30 2019

1hr 9mins

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320: RHELhide

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CentOS goes rolling and announces version 8. Find out why we're excited to take a dip in this stream.

Plus we review what might just be your next Linux laptop, and explain why systemd is coming for your /home.

Special Guest: Neal Gompa.

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Sep 25 2019

1hr 7mins

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319: Positive in the Freedom Dimension

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Richard Stallman has resigned as president and director of the Free Software Foundation, and that's just one of the major shifts this week.

Also what makes Manjaro unique? We chat with one of the founders and find out why it's much more than a desktop environment.

Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar, Bernhard Landauer, Brent Gervais, and Neal Gompa.

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  • Richard Stallman Resigns — On September 16, 2019, Richard M. Stallman, founder and president of the Free Software Foundation, resigned as president and from its board of directors.
  • GNOME relationship with GNU and the FSF – Liberal Murmurs — In my capacity as the Executive Director of the GNOME Foundation, I have also written to the FSF. One of the most important parts of my role is to think of the well being of our community and the GNOME mission. One of the GNOME Foundation’s strategic goals is to be an exemplary community in terms of diversity and inclusion. I feel we can’t continue to have a formal association with the FSF or the GNU project when its main voice in the world is saying things that hurt this aim.

  • balena releases first fully functional 64-bit OS for the Raspberry Pi 4 — Today, we are excited to announce the release of 64-bit balenaOS for the Raspberry Pi 4, providing support for the full 4GB of memory and allowing the simultaneous, side-by-side running of 32-bit and 64-bit Docker containers - a first for the Raspberry Pi 4!

  • Nextcloud 17 scales up and improves data protection with Remote Wipe, collaborative text editor, 2FA updates, IBM Spectrum Scale support and Global Scale improvements – Nextcloud — Fresh from the Nextcloud conference stage, we are proud to announce a major release of Nextcloud, the easiest solution for secure, on-premises collaboration on documents, calendars and communication! Nextcloud 17 will introduce a series of secure collaboration features including a collaborative text editor, remote wipe, updated secure view, improved two-factor-authentication and easier access than ever with deeper integration of large-scale storage like S3 and IBM Spectrum Scale.

  • PowerShell on GitHub
  • PowerShellOnLinux - Home — Our Site is focused on everything PowerShell regardless of which OS you are running but we are specifically focused on Linux and Mac.
  • PowerShellOnLinux - FavoriteModules — Below you will find a list of PowerShell Modules that we've found useful.
  • PowerShellOnLinux on Twitter
  • DM on Twitter
  • Free Courses at Linux Academy — September 2019 — On September 17th Linux Torvald first released the Linux Operating System Kernel on September 17th, 1991 so we are celebrating by offering free training for you to increase your Linux Skills.

  • Texas Cyber Summit — October 10th to 12th in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Linux Headlines — Linux and open source headlines every weekday, in under 3 minutes.

  • Self-Hosted 1: The First One — You've been wanting to host a Nextcloud instance (or anything else) for your family for a while now. Where on Earth do you start? We share some hard learned lessons about self-hosting, discuss the most important things to consider when building a home server, and Chris gives Alex a hard time about Arch as a Server OS.

  • Unofficial Hacker Family Dinner & Unbirthday Party | Meetup — Join Chris, Wes, Chz and Ell for a meet and greet with fellow Texas Cyber Summit attendees and a belated celebration of Ell and Allie's Birthdays! There will be good food, good friends, and we hope some good conversation.
  • Manjaro - enjoy the simplicity — Manjaro is a professionally made Linux based operating system that is a suitable replacement for Windows or MacOS. Multiple Desktop Environments are available through our Official and Community editions. We also work with manufacturers to design dedicated hardware. Visit the shop for more information.
  • ClipGrab — A friendly downloader for YouTube and other sites
  • Linux 5.3 - Linux Kernel Newbies
  • Linux 5.4 Cycle To Begin With exFAT Driver, EPYC Improvements & New GPU Support — Finally there will be mainline exFAT support for that Microsoft file-system with it finally being blessed to be supported under Linux/open-source. The exFAT driver still has a lot of improvements to go (the current code quality has been called horrible) but is already making progress within staging.

Sep 18 2019

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318: Manjaro Levels Up

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It’s official, Manjaro is a legitimate business; so what happens next? We chat with Phil from the project about the huge news.

Plus we share some big news of our own and the strange feels we get from Chrome OS.

Special Guests: Brent Gervais, Ell Marquez, and Philip Muller.

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Sep 11 2019

56mins

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317: Performance Picks for Kicks

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We take a trip to visit Level1Tech's Wendell Wilson and come back with some of his performance tips for a smoother Linux desktop.

Plus the story behind exFAT coming to Linux, and the big desktop performance improvements landing next week.

Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar, Brent Gervais, Cassidy James Blaede, Drew DeVore, and Ell Marquez.

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  • XKCD Forum Hacked — The security breach occurred two months ago, according to security researcher Troy Hunt who alerted the company of the incident, with unknown hackers stealing around 562,000 usernames, email and IP addresses, as well as hashed passwords.
  • Examining exFAT — Linux kernel developers like to get support for new features — such as filesystem types — merged quickly. In the case of the exFAT filesystem, that didn't happen; exFAT was created by Microsoft in 2006 for use in larger flash-storage cards, but there has never been support in the kernel for this filesystem. Microsoft's recent announcement that it wanted to get exFAT support into the mainline kernel would appear to have removed the largest obstacle to Linux exFAT support. But, as is so often the case, it seems that some challenges remain.
  • Waypipe Is Successfully Working For This Network-Transparent Wayland Apps/Games Proxy — Waypipe development was successful this summer by student developer Manuel Stoeckl who was working on the effort as part of this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC). Waypipe is successfully working now for running Wayland games/applications over the network using this proxy mechanism and supports features like compression, multi-threading optimizations, and hardware-accelerated VA-API for video encode/decode across the network.
  • GSOC 2019 - M. Stoeckl's website — Waypipe supports many quality of life features, including a user-friendly command line wrapper for ssh, hardware accelerated video encoding, transfer compression with either LZ4 or Zstd, and a method to reconnect applications when the ssh connection breaks. With more recent kernels and versions of Mesa that support DMABUFs (GPU-side buffers), it can proxy programs that render images using OpenGL.

  • What to Expect in GNOME 3.34, Out Next Week - OMG! Ubuntu! — GNOME 3.34 makes it MUCH easier to create app folders in the GNOME Shell ‘Application Overview’, i.e. the grid of app shortcuts you see when pressing the All Apps icon on the Ubuntu Dock.
  • GNOME 3.34's Mutter Lands A Last-Minute Performance Fix For NVIDIA — Canonical's Daniel van Vugt who is known for his many GNOME performance optimizations over the past two years has been toying with this NVIDIA fix/optimization the past few months and merged the code this morning to Mutter. This change that landed is the removal of GLX threaded swap wait handling for the NVIDIA binary driver.
  • Geometric Picking Finally Lands In GNOME/Mutter 3.34 For Lowering CPU Usage — This is about cursor movement and now avoiding OpenGL/GPU usage for the color picking operations. That logic is now being done on the CPU without OpenGL but turns out is more efficiently done this way and is able to cause a measurable drop in CPU usage when moving the mouse cursor and especially when moving around windows.
  • Geometric (OpenGL-less) picking · GNOME / mutter · GitLab) — By avoiding OpenGL and the graphics driver we also reduce CPU usage. Despite reimplementing the logic on the CPU, it still takes less CPU time than going through GL did.
  • GTK, Adwaita, and Vendor Styles - Platform - GNOME Discourse — After the BoF, we decided to continue the discussion and find actionable items to move things forward to improve Adwaita itself, the situation for app developers, and the experience for downstream vendors that wish to ship a distinct visual style. We decided that continuing here on Discourse is a good plan to keep the discussion persistent and centralized.

  • The Need for a FreeDesktop Dark Style Preference - GUADEC 2019 - Videos — Cassidy has been observing and researching dark styles in consumer software for several months, and conducted a user study with over 1,500 participants. In this talk he shares his research, observations, prior art, and requirements for a dark style preference on FreeDesktop platforms.
  • gamemode — GameMode is a daemon/lib combo for Linux that allows games to request a set of optimisations be temporarily applied to the host OS and/or a game process.

  • Free Courses at Linux Academy — September 2019 – Linux Academy — On September 17th Linux Torvald first released the Linux Operating System Kernel on September 17th, 1991 so we are celebrating by offering free training for you to increase your Linux Skills.

  • Texas Cyber Summit — October 10th-12th in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Unofficial Hacker Family Dinner & Unbirthday Party | Meetup — Join us for a meet and greet with fellow Texas Cyber Summit attendees and a belated celebration of Ell and Allie's Birthdays! There will be good food, good friends, and we hope some good conversation.
  • Level1Linux Channel
  • Chatting With Alex and Chris From The Self Hosted Podcast! - Level1Linux
  • cpufreq - GNOME Shell Extensions — This is a lightweight CPU frequency scaling monitor and powerful CPU management tool. The extension is using standard cpufreq kernel modules to collect information and manage governors. It needs root permission to able changing governors.
  • i7z — A better i7 (and now i3, i5) reporting tool for Linux.
  • CPUFREQ Extension
  • throttled — Workaround for Intel throttling issues in Linux.
  • Re: [X1C6/T480s] low cTDP and trip temperature in Linux - Page 9 - Lenovo Community — The good news: This problem is being very actively investigated and we (Lenovo) hope to have a solution soon.

  • Jupiter.Gallery — Our self-hosted photo gallery powered by Lychee. Send your photos to chz at jupiterbroadcasting.com.
  • Lychee — A great looking and easy-to-use photo-management-system you can run on your server, to manage and share photos.
  • Audio in Linux question — Is there something lacking in our ALSA/JACK/PuleAudio stack that I'm not aware of? We obviously can do pro audio production, given Ardour, REAPER and even Audacity. What's missing?
  • zFRAG by LostTrainDude — Defrag your mind by manually defragging a virtual Hard Disk, sector by sector, or enable the AUTODEFRAG to sit back and watch it do it on its own.

  • meshroom: 3D Reconstruction Software — Meshroom is a free, open-source 3D Reconstruction Software based on the AliceVision Photogrammetric Computer Vision framework.

Sep 04 2019

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iTunes Ratings

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Great Linux Podcast

By rumpkernel - Nov 01 2019
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I enjoy the content and personalities on this show. Chris has become better with age. The content isn’t always relevant to me, but I rarely skip an episode.

Love it!

By pRin533 - May 18 2017
Read more
Keep up the good word! And where had you been all my life? 😪