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Late Night Linux is a podcast that takes a look at what's happening with Linux and the wider tech industry. Every two weeks, Joe, Félim, Graham and Will discuss the latest news and releases, and the broader issues and trends in the world of free and open source software. Expect drinking, swearing, strong opinions and Will being told to shut up about Ubuntu.

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Late Night Linux is a podcast that takes a look at what's happening with Linux and the wider tech industry. Every two weeks, Joe, Félim, Graham and Will discuss the latest news and releases, and the broader issues and trends in the world of free and open source software. Expect drinking, swearing, strong opinions and Will being told to shut up about Ubuntu.

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Great Podcast!

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Great conversations on linux, couldn't ask for more!

peon

By basenjidad - Mar 20 2018
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Great podcast. I listen to it after the pirate history podcast. They swear like sailors. Love it.

iTunes Ratings

69 Ratings
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66
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Great Podcast!

By jlisic - Mar 22 2018
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Great conversations on linux, couldn't ask for more!

peon

By basenjidad - Mar 20 2018
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Great podcast. I listen to it after the pirate history podcast. They swear like sailors. Love it.
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Late Night Linux

Latest release on Jan 07, 2020

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Late Night Linux is a podcast that takes a look at what's happening with Linux and the wider tech industry. Every two weeks, Joe, Félim, Graham and Will discuss the latest news and releases, and the broader issues and trends in the world of free and open source software. Expect drinking, swearing, strong opinions and Will being told to shut up about Ubuntu.

Rank #1: Late Night Linux – Episode 75

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Will tells us why he left his job as Director of Ubuntu Desktop, KDE Korner, and a mixed bag of news.

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The BBC has joined the dark web

Startpage bought by an Ad Company

Gitlab planned to introduce telemetry, then changed their minds

GNOME fights patent troll

Firefox 70 released

KDE Korner

Akademy vids are out, Plasma Mobile catchups, KItinerary extractors again & The cashew is no more

Will leaves Canonical

Will tells us why he has left his job as Director of Ubuntu Desktop and where he’s going next.

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OggCamp panel recording

Digital Ocean

This episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean. Go to do.co/lnl and get started with $50 of credit. Digital Ocean provides virtual private servers all over the world with full root access starting at $5 per month, and other great features like block storage and load balancers.

CDN77

This episode is sponsored by CDN77. Trusted by the European Space Agency, CDN77 supports the latest tech innovations and provides fast, secure and reliable content delivery solutions all around the world.

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Oct 29 2019

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Rank #2: Late Night Linux – Episode 57

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Librem 5 shipping when? Todd from Purism joins us to answer that question, as well as what’s going on with the dev kits. Plus KDE, Red Hat Satellite, and Windows X86 apps on Arm Linux in a brief news segment.

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KDE Plasma 5.15 & Snaps

Red Hat standardising to Postgres… no Mongo

Wine Developers Release Hangover Alpha To Run Windows x86_64 Programs On 64-Bit ARM

Todd Weaver from Purism

A year on from his last appearance on the show, Todd joins us to discuss the progress of the Librem 5, and how things are going for Purism in general.

Digital Ocean

This episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean. Go to do.co/lnl and get started with $50 of credit. Digital Ocean provides virtual private servers all over the world with full root access starting at $5 per month, and other great features like block storage and load balancers.

CDN77

This episode is sponsored by CDN77. Trusted by the European Space Agency, CDN77 supports the latest tech innovations and provides fast, secure and reliable content delivery solutions all around the world.

Techmeme Ride Home

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Feb 19 2019

55mins

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Rank #3: Late Night Linux – Episode 17

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Mozilla launches yet more projects, Krita had a brush with the tax man, Flash is on the way out, Debian is almost totally reproducible, Mycroft on Plasma, and Linux as a Windows and Mac replacement and more.

With Jesse and Félim away, we asked Michael Tunnell to join us.

Sorry to System76

On the last episode Jesse told us about his nightmare with Pop!_OS. It turns out that he really did dd the iso over sda so it was definitely his fault.

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Mozilla finds some new ways to spend their millions

Krita had some tax troubles but the community came to the rescue with Mega-Props to Private Internet Access

Flash is moribund

Debian reproducible builds

Mycroft Plasmoid Version 2.0

Entroware

This episode of Late Night Linux is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

Linux as a Windows/Mac replacement

If someone is interested in switching to Linux, what distro or desktop would be the most suitable drop-in replacement? Perhaps that’s the wrong way to look at it and we should show them a world beyond their old experience.

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Aug 07 2017

58mins

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Rank #4: Late Night Linux – Episode 11

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Canonical looking to go public, Microsoft adding new distros to Windows, Raspberry Pi and Google Assistant, Android’s possible replacement, and proper convergence in action with Maru OS on LNL 11.

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Canonical starts IPO path; very interesting related article

SUSE and Fedora being added to Windows 10

Raspberry Pi Foundation encourages kids to make their own Google Assistant in a box

Google’s copyleft-free mobile OS Fuchsia starts to come together

Entroware

This episode of Late Night Linux is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

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Thanks to everyone for supporting us with PayPal and Patreon etc.

Linux Action News has launched

Maru OS

We are joined by Preetam D’Souza to talk about his project Maru OS which combines an Android Open Source base with a containerised Debian desktop to create a truly useful convergent device.

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May 16 2017

1hr 3mins

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Rank #5: Late Night Linux – Episode 43

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With Félim and Will absent, Alan Pope joins us to discuss the news, and an interview with Wes Mason about npm and modern software distribution methods.

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Please welcome Lenovo to the LVFS

Slackware dev has financial problems

elementary OS receives large donation

Handshake appears and dishes out cash to FOSS projects

GNOME might get rid of themes

What’s next, extensions?

Android 9 to be called Pie

Entroware

This episode of is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

Wes mason

Wes Mason joins Joe to discuss the recent malware incidents with npm, and the wider topic of traditional software repositories vs user-submitted ones like the Snap Store.

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Aug 07 2018

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Rank #6: Late Night Linux – Episode 10

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Yet more Ubuntu fallout including forks of their dead desktop and mobile platform, Libreboot wants to rejoin GNU, mobile Linux coming together, IoT standardisation and how to spread the word about FOSS on LNL 10.

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Wayland and GNOME to be default in Ubuntu 17.10

Yunit tries to avoid a mutiny as UBports looks to have avoided theirs

Libreboot applies to rejoin GNU

Halium aims to standardise mobile Linux development

The open interop platform for the IoT edge; Cloudflare has their own IoT security solution

Entroware

This episode of Late Night Linux is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

How to talk to normals about FOSS

What’s the best way to introduce people to the idea of FOSS? Explain the practical benefits, go full on rms, or something in between?

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May 02 2017

58mins

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Rank #7: Late Night Linux – Episode 58

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Does the need to fund FOSS explain its complexity? The four of us don’t seem to agree. Plus plenty of news including KDE, MariaDB, Lineage OS, and the faceless bureaucrats in Brussels are at it again.

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KDE Matrix & Refactored KDEnlive & kPublicTransport

Largest open (and multilingual) voice dataset

MariaDB bossman lays in to AWS & Oracle

Lineage 16.0

EU Radio Equipment Directive

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Ubuntu Podcast get together

FOSS Complexity

The only real ways to make money from FOSS are support, services and training. So why would anyone make FOSS that’s simple to install, use and maintain, and works perfectly out of the box? Is this why everything is so over-complicated?

Digital Ocean

This episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean. Go to do.co/lnl and get started with $50 of credit. Digital Ocean provides virtual private servers all over the world with full root access starting at $5 per month, and other great features like block storage and load balancers.

Entroware

This episode of is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

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Mar 05 2019

42mins

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Rank #8: Late Night Linux – Episode 20

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All four of us return to talk about KDE, FOSS phones and watches, Solus’ growing pains, perfect code and more.

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More eKciting developments in the land of KDE

Purism will team up with KDE for their Librem 5 phone

Replicant doubles the number of supported devices

Connect Watch smartwatch with AsteroidOS crowdfunding campaign

Public money, public code!

Solus growing pains

Ikey tells us about his recent scaling problems and what he has done to fix them.

Entroware

This episode of Late Night Linux is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

All software has bugs. But should it?

Joe attempts to argue that properly written software should be bug-free and should only require maintenance for compatibility and new features.

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Sep 19 2017

59mins

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Rank #9: Late Night Linux – Episode 15

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Endless has a major update, KDE continues to innovate, Ubuntu backtracks on Wayland, O’Reilly trolls Félim, System76 and Tuxedo make some distros, and more on LNL 15.

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Endless OS 3.2 Released, Rebases From GNOME Shell 3.8 To 3.22

KDE Stash virtual folder for dumping files from all about your directories, Snaps added to KDE Discover, Vulkan support added to QT 5.10

Ubuntu Is Now Uncertain about Using Wayland by Default

O’Reilly exits direct book sales

Project Common Voice

LetsEncrypt offering wildcard certs in 2018

Entroware

This episode of Late Night Linux is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

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Uncut video of us at FOSS Talk Live

Linux hardware sellers’ own distros

With the recent news that System76 and Tuxedo Computers are making their own Ubuntu-based distros we discuss whether they actually are distros and whether they should even exist.

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Jul 11 2017

1hr 6mins

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Rank #10: Late Night Linux – Episode 07

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Netflix on Linux, phishing with https, licensing, password managers, Android convergence, the inside story of Nextcloud scanning and more on LNL 07.

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Netflix now works in Firefox on Linux

14,766 Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificates Issued to PayPal Phishing Sites

Inside OpenSSL’s battle to change its license

Password managers

Jesse tells us why he’s still using LastPass and asks what the rest of us use.

Entroware

This episode of Late Night Linux is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

Android convergence

With Android now more popular than Windows, how are the various efforts at desktop convergence coming along?

Maru now available for the Nexus 7

Phoenix OS 2.0 alpha based on Android 7.1

Samsung has a go at convergence

VMware and Citrix too

Admin

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Following in Ikey’s illustrious footsteps, Joe was recently a guest on Destination Linux.

Nextcloud Interview

After some of us slagged off Nexcloud on the last episode, Jos asked if he could come on the show and explain what really happened. Ikey and Joe were unconvinced to say the least.

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Apr 04 2017

1hr 20mins

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Rank #11: Late Night Linux – Episode 19

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We are back for a proper episode but Félim is on holiday so it’s a 3 man show. We’ve been to OggCamp, we discuss some developments in the mobile space, Ikey is off to New York on Shuttleworth’s dime, Joe has an ancient Mac and we talk about Patreon saturation.

OggCamp Recap

Joe and Jesse briefly discuss their OggCamp Experiences.

News

Sailfish for the Xperia X

Librem 5Matrix blog post

Ubuntu Rally in NYC

Playing with old rubbish

Joe recently acquired an eMac that was destined for the rubbish tip. It turns out that getting Linux to run on it is more difficult than you might think.

Entroware

This episode of Late Night Linux is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

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Ikey has been on Destination Linux again

New funding models

With the recent news that Disney is pulling (at least some of) its content from Netflix to start its own streaming service, we discuss how far a person’s budget can stretch. In a world where every company has a subscription service and every creator has a Patreon, can FOSS projects expect anything more than some beer money?

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Sep 05 2017

1hr 5mins

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Rank #12: Late Night Linux – Episode 74

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Blender is one of the flagship professional FOSS tools and we talk to one of its senior devs. Plus the dangers of SaaS, Ubuntu 19.10, RISC-V, KDE Korner, and more.

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Software as a Service Dangers

Adobe backtracks, will refund customers after cancelling their accounts

Ubuntu 19.10 coming this week

Chromium will be a snap

ARM reacts to RISC-V

What’s going on with WhatFreeWords?

KDE Korner

HiDPI, Plasma Mobile, Apps apps apps and more AppsLinux App Summit schedule is out, Speeding up plasma and the road to frameworks 6

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Come to OggCamp!

OggCamp panel questions

Campbell Barton from Blender

Blender developer Campbell Barton joins Joe. Check out the Blender news site, the Blender user and developer chat, and their Discourse forum.

Digital Ocean

This episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean. Go to do.co/lnl and get started with $50 of credit. Digital Ocean provides virtual private servers all over the world with full root access starting at $5 per month, and other great features like block storage and load balancers.

Entroware

This episode is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

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Oct 15 2019

42mins

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Rank #13: Late Night Linux – Episode 35

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With Graham and Will firmly on board, we talk about the future of the web and how Google’s AMP will affect it. That’s after a news section that includes a new Qt music player, the end of passwords, and the potential death of Steam Machines.

New hosts

We introduce Graham Morrison and Will Cooke.

News

Elisa: Finally something to replace faltering Amarok?

System76 joins the Gnome foundation advisory board

WebAuthN to “replace” passwords online?

Steam Machines disappear from Valve’s site but Valve claim that Steam Machines aren’t dead yet

Entroware

This episode of Late Night Linux is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

AMP

Are Accelerated Mobile Pages a great way for publishers to offer a fast and unified experience on mobile browsers? Or is Google forcing content to be centralised in a way that the Web traditionally wasn’t? Or maybe both?

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Apr 17 2018

43mins

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Rank #14: Late Night Linux – Episode 37

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A new Fedora release and big news from red hat, Stallman throws his weight around, 32-bit is dying, Snap store malware SHOCKER, email encryption is knackered, and do small distros stand a chance of making it big?

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Fedora 28 released

Red Hat to integrate CoreOS into OpenShift

Stallman shows who’s boss

Ubuntu MATE and Ubuntu Budgie drop 32-bit

The other flavours could follow suit

Malware found in (and removed from) the Snap store

EFAIL

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Entroware

This episode of Late Night Linux is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

Can there ever be another big distro?

With the seeming demise of Void Linux and Korora, we ask whether small distros have any chance of surviving in the long term without an eccentric billionaire backer.

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May 15 2018

53mins

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Rank #15: Late Night Linux – Episode 05

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Ikey is back but with Jesse on holiday, it’s a three man show again. VR gaming on Linux, a new Raspberry Pi, Mozilla buying Pocket, Web DRM, Kodi piracy and loads more on LNL 05.

News

SteamVR Is Coming to Linux and SteamOS

Raspberry Pi Zero W

RetroPie needs legal help; Terminix face a similar situation

Shutting down Manjaro-Arm

Mozilla acquires Pocket

FSF unimpressed with Encrypted Media Extensions

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FOSS Talk Live 2017. 24th June at the Harrison in London.

OggCamp 2017. 19th and 20th of August 2017 at Canterbury Christ Church University in Canterbury, Kent, UK.

Kodi

What should Kodi do about its PR problem?

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Mar 07 2017

1hr 9mins

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Rank #16: Late Night Linux – Episode 04

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With Ikey languishing in his sick bed, the rest of the team discussed even more Linux hardware, Munich probably switching back to Windows, Elementary’s potentially ill-fated crowdfunded app store, Félim’s new phone and loads more. Plus we learn more about OpenSUSE from its chairman Richard Brown on LNL 04.

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7 inch Ubuntu Laptop Indiegogo

Munich takes decisive step towards returning to Windows

Elementary OS are crowdfunding a pay what you want app store; They are writing it in Vala

Gaming on Ubuntu 16.10 vs Windows 10

Félim’s new Oneplus 3T

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Shout out to Tuxedo Computers, a German Linux hardware company.

Jesse tried to list the video editors we had recommended to us.

FOSS Talk Live 2017 will happen on 24th June at the Harrison in Kings Cross, London. It will be a free evening of live Linux podcasts. We will hopefully have more details about it next time. For now, save the date.


Jam

Jesse checked out a FOSS Command line Google Play Music client called Jam

OpenSUSE

The OpenSUSE chairman Richard Brown tells us about some of the great features of the distro. He mentioned a couple of FOSDEM talks.

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Feb 21 2017

1hr 9mins

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Rank #17: Late Night Linux – Episode 45

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Yet more great stuff from KDE, more Windows games for Steam, and more in the news, and an interview about how to contribute to open source.

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KDE Pinebook release

KItinary call for data

Start wine-ing about Steam

Commons Clause

Desktop icons on GNOME

Digium (makers of Asterisk) being bought by Sangoma?

Ubuntu Touch OTA 4 Released

Digital Ocean

This episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean. Go to do.co/lnl and get started with $100 of credit. Digital Ocean provides virtual private servers all over the world with full root access starting at $5 per month, and other great features like block storage and load balancers.

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OggCamp live show

Bug Report

CDN77

This episode is sponsored by CDN77. Trusted by the European Space Agency, CDN77 supports the latest tech innovations and provides fast, secure and reliable content delivery solutions all around the world. Learn more at cdn77.com/lnl

VM Brasseur

VM Brasseur joins Joe to talk about her new book Forge Your Future with Open Source.

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Sep 04 2018

45mins

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Rank #18: Late Night Linux – Episode 24

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FOSS gets litigious, Canonical may or may not care about the desktop, Solus works more on Steam, Red Hat embraces an ARM-based future and we hear from elementary OS.

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Conservancy and SFLC fall out

Canonical Joins the GNOME Advisory Board

Ubuntu wants free art

Solus, snaps and Steam

RHEL gets an ARM version (Related hardware)

Entroware

This episode of Late Night Linux is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

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Joe wants to know if his Nexus 9 is slower than other ones

elementary OS

Daniel Foré of elementary OS joins Joe and Ikey.

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Nov 14 2017

1hr 6mins

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Rank #19: Late Night Linux – Episode 55

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Are you better off with the elasticity of public clouds like AWS, or should you avoid lock-in by running servers on premises? Guess what Félim thinks. Plus ZFS is in the news again, the Librem 5 is slowly getting there, another major company joins LVFS, and more.

News

New FOSS Forge

Librem 5 Update

Purism announces PureOS Store

Jezra has a dev kit and isn’t impressed

postmarketOS post which mentions Librem 5

Phoenix joins LVFS

KDE Frameworks Android Integration

ZFS issues with the 5.0 kernel but there’s a workaround

Amazon launches Mongo-compatible DocumentDB

MongoDB removed from major distros

Cloud vs on prem

Félim and Joe fight it out over whether to roll your own infrastructure or to just submit to AWS and the like.

Digital Ocean

This episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean. Go to do.co/lnl and get started with $50 of credit. Digital Ocean provides virtual private servers all over the world with full root access starting at $5 per month, and other great features like block storage and load balancers.

CDN77

This episode is sponsored by CDN77. Trusted by the European Space Agency, CDN77 supports the latest tech innovations and provides fast, secure and reliable content delivery solutions all around the world.

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Jan 22 2019

46mins

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Rank #20: Late Night Linux – Episode 56

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What exactly does diversity in Linux and tech mean? We discuss it with Ell Marquez. Plus exciting Pine64 devices, no Pi 4 this year, gaming news, and more.

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Pine64 to Launch $79 Linux Tablet, $199 PineBook Pro Laptop

Pine64 forum announcement

We won’t see a Raspberry Pi 4 in 2019

Steam For Linux Now Lets You Play Windows Games From Other Stores

HP joins LVFS

Blue Systems hires a QA manager

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Check out Joe’s new show called Choose Linux

Ell Marquez

We are joined by Ell Marquez who is organising a Global Diversity CFP Day event. We talk about her motivations for organising it, and look beneath the surface of the usual diversity discussion.

Digital Ocean

This episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean. Go to do.co/lnl and get started with $50 of credit. Digital Ocean provides virtual private servers all over the world with full root access starting at $5 per month, and other great features like block storage and load balancers.

Entroware

This episode of is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

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Feb 05 2019

45mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 80

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It’s officially the future so we look back at our predictions from last year and make some new ones for 2020.

Digital Ocean

This episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean. Go to do.co/lnl and get started with $50 of credit. Digital Ocean provides virtual private servers all over the world with full root access starting at $5 per month, and other great features like block storage and load balancers.

Entroware

This episode is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.

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Jan 07 2020

38mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 79

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It’s almost Christmas so it’s time to look back at 2019 and talk about some of the news stories that shaped the year.

January

Amazon launches Mongo-compatible DocumentDB

MongoDB removed from major distros

February

Redis Labs raises $60 million for its NoSQL database

Redis Labs changes its open-source license — again

March

Google launches game streaming service called Stadia

LVFS joins Linux Foundation

April

UBports Foundation finally created

Ubuntu 19.04 ‘Disco Dingo’ Released with New Features

May

Announcing WSL 2

Introducing Windows Terminal

June

Raspberry Pi 4 released

July

Fuchsia gets a website

August

Xfce 4.14 released

exFAT in the Linux kernel? Yes!

September

Richard Stallman resigns from the FSF

Richard Stallman resigns from MIT

Stallman intends to keep leading GNU

October

Ubuntu 19.10 released

Will has left Canonical

November

Google gives most Chromebooks an extra year of software support

Google Stadia will be missing many features for Monday’s launch

December

Canonical announces Ubuntu Pro for Amazon Web Services

Microsoft Teams is now available on Linux

Digital Ocean

This episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean. Go to do.co/lnl and get started with $50 of credit. Digital Ocean provides virtual private servers all over the world with full root access starting at $5 per month, and other great features like block storage and load balancers.

CDN77

This episode is sponsored by CDN77. Trusted by the European Space Agency, CDN77 supports the latest tech innovations and provides fast, secure and reliable content delivery solutions all around the world.

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Dec 24 2019

40mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 78

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Chrome OS is by far the most popular Linux-based desktop OS and we find out if that top spot is deserved. Plus Ubuntu, Zorin, Firefox, Kali, and more in the news.

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Ubuntu Pro

64-bit Ubuntu now works on Pi 4

The Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Pre-release Survey

First Ever Release of Ubuntu Cinnamon Distribution is Finally Here!

Zorin OS Responds to Privacy Concerns

Firefox 71

Kali Linux 2019.4 released with Xfce by default

KDE Korner

Kontributing to KDE is even easier than you kThink

Chrome OS

Joe has been playing with a “new” Chromebook. We discuss how this hugely popular Linux-based desktop OS compares to proper distros.

Digital Ocean

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Dec 10 2019

37mins

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What does a long-term Linux user think of macOS? We ask Will. Plus gaming, Google, the PInephone, and KDE in the news.

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Google Kills Cloud Print

Google plans to offer bank accounts next year

Steam’s Remote Play Together is out of beta

Half-Life: Alyx Releasing In March 2020 With Linux Support

PINEPHONE – “BraveHeart” Limited Edition Linux SmartPhone for early adopters

KDE Korner

KDE Neon snapcraft extension

KDE looking to hire an experienced project manager (PDF)

Admin

Joe on Linux Lads

Two weeks with macOS

Will’s new job means that he’s now using a Mac every day. How does macOS compare to Linux?

Digital Ocean

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Nov 26 2019

41mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 76

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We find out what Ubuntu 19.10 is like on the Raspberry Pi 4, and then take it too far. Plus plenty of news, Graham channelling Vangelis, and something about KDE.

News

LinuxApp Summit Kicks Off

Site Kit is now available for all WordPress sites

Google open source VR SDK

The downside of Ubiquiti network gear

Linux Foundation introduces telemetry policy

Microsoft to offer Defender for Linux next year

Microsoft confirms new browser is coming to Linux

Ubuntu 19.10 on the Pi 4

Joe and Graham have been playing with Ubuntu on the Pi 4

Install Xubuntu 19.10 on a Raspberry Pi 4

Roadmap for Ubuntu official support for the Raspberry Pi 4

KDE Korner

Indian Newspaper Switches 100% FOSS

KItinary into the browser a la Google Now

And finally… Getting stuff fixed

Digital Ocean

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Entroware

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Nov 12 2019

38mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 75

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Will tells us why he left his job as Director of Ubuntu Desktop, KDE Korner, and a mixed bag of news.

News

The BBC has joined the dark web

Startpage bought by an Ad Company

Gitlab planned to introduce telemetry, then changed their minds

GNOME fights patent troll

Firefox 70 released

KDE Korner

Akademy vids are out, Plasma Mobile catchups, KItinerary extractors again & The cashew is no more

Will leaves Canonical

Will tells us why he has left his job as Director of Ubuntu Desktop and where he’s going next.

Admin

OggCamp panel recording

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Oct 29 2019

38mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 74

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Blender is one of the flagship professional FOSS tools and we talk to one of its senior devs. Plus the dangers of SaaS, Ubuntu 19.10, RISC-V, KDE Korner, and more.

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Software as a Service Dangers

Adobe backtracks, will refund customers after cancelling their accounts

Ubuntu 19.10 coming this week

Chromium will be a snap

ARM reacts to RISC-V

What’s going on with WhatFreeWords?

KDE Korner

HiDPI, Plasma Mobile, Apps apps apps and more AppsLinux App Summit schedule is out, Speeding up plasma and the road to frameworks 6

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OggCamp panel questions

Campbell Barton from Blender

Blender developer Campbell Barton joins Joe. Check out the Blender news site, the Blender user and developer chat, and their Discourse forum.

Digital Ocean

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Entroware

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Oct 15 2019

42mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 73

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Félim’s near death experience leads to a conversation about our home network setups. In the news: rms quits, Linux audio improvements, home directories as a file, KDE Korner, and more.

News

rms has left the building

FSF Award Nominations [Guess who’s now eligible to be nominated]

New webpage for Plasma Desktop, Plasma 5.17beta / 5.18 two weeks away, Kate’s External Tools Plugin, Akademy and adopted GitLab, KItinerary Extractor

Pulse Dolby Support

Reinventing Home Dirs

Admin

OggCamp panel questions

Home Networks

Félim recently had to redo his home network so we talk about our various setups.

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Oct 01 2019

39mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 72

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It’s been another busy couple of weeks so we talk about the news including new GNOME, Linux on phones, and Windows catching up with us.

News

GNOME 3.34 Released

Kirogi.org, Kate planning & Kate in the Windows Store, POC KDE PIM Online Accounts with some PIM News and KDE Goals

PinePhone Developer PreOrders

Librem 5 Shipping Announcement

Fairphone 3 gets perfect score from iFixit

Mumble 1.3 Released

Firefox 69 released and looks good

Test Pilot Is Back

Sunsetting Python 2

Manjaro is taking the next step

Brexit bastards want our data

Windows gains major desktop Linux feature

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Entroware

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Sep 15 2019

38mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 71

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We catch up with the news from a busy couple of weeks including KDE, exFAT, Google tracking, a new Fairphone, GIMP controversy, and more.

News

KPeople contacts for Plasma Mobile, KHighlighting Crosses 300, Plasma Browser Integration 1.6 & Akademy kicks off in Milan from the 7th-13th Sept.

GUADEC videos

GNOME Firmware Updater

Google’s Tracking Protection BS?EFF Chime in

Fairphone3

MS Graciously Allows Us To Use Its Obvious & Non-Novel Patent For exFAT

Glimpse of a GIMP

Chris Beard to step down as Mozilla CEO

Software Developer reconsiders npm command line ad scheme after outcry

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Digital Ocean

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Sep 03 2019

40mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 70

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Graham tells us all about his new 3D printer, and the FOSS that he uses with it. Plus KDE, Xfce, ZFS, and more in the news.

News

Unpatched KDE vulnerability disclosed on Twitter

KDE rips out ability for KConfig to run shell code

Discover gets a Snap/Flat/App fix and the end of the U&P sprint…but not really

Xfce 4.14 released

ZFS on / coming to Ubuntu desktop

Richard Brown steps down as openSUSE chairman

Graham’s 3D printer

Graham recently bought a 3D printer and tells us all about it.

Digital Ocean

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Entroware

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Aug 20 2019

43mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 69

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We enter a parallel universe where Linux doesn’t have a foundation and decide what one should be like. Plus a packed news section including Blender, VR, Xfce, KDE, VLC, and other initialisms.

News

KDE Onboarding Sprint, KDEConnect SMS & well of course there’s a KItinerary update…

More good news for Blender from Ubisoft

VLC is somewhat fed up with security researchers

Xfce 4.14 Inches Closer to Release

Firefox Reality, browser designed for viewing the web in virtual reality

Valve and Colabora backed Xrdesktop Brings Linux Desktop Environments Into VR

Cloudflare terminating Service for 8Chan

8chan’s hardware provider discontinues service

A reimagined foundation for Linux

What would a foundation for Linux look like if we were to start one today?

Digital Ocean

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Aug 06 2019

39mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 68

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When Free Software and free speech clash, controversy ensues. We talk about Mastodon’s recent conundrum. Plus a packed news section including Blender, XPS machines, reproducibility, GNOME malware, and more.

News

KDE Plasma5 is 5, KDE UserBase refresh, iKDE iConnect & Runs Plasma

Epic MegaGrant for Blender while their CEO badmouths Linux users at same time

Like Linux? Then don’t buy Dell’s new XPS 13

F-Droid Reproducible

New EvilGnome Backdoor Spies on Linux Users, Steals Their Files

Maintainer for gpodder.net needed

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Free Software and free speech

With Gab recently switching to a Mastodon base, an old debate has emerged. The Mastodon project has taken steps to isolate Gab and F-droid has taken a similar position.

Digital Ocean

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Entroware

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Jul 23 2019

40mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 67

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Graham and Joe managed to buy a Raspberry Pi 4 while they were HOT. Literally. Plus all sorts in the news including KDE, the villain that is Mozilla, Debian 10, and the Pinebook Pro.

News

Test Plasma Easily, KDE PIM Update, U&P Sprint bears fruit again and again

Self congratulating idiots propose Mozilla as Internet Villian Of The Year

Pinebook Pro coming soon

Debian 10 Buster released

Raspberry Pi 4

Graham and Joe have been playing with their new toys

Admin

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Digital Ocean

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Jul 09 2019

41mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 66

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It’s a full house for the first time in a while and a lot has been happening so we have a look at all the news including the Ubuntu i386pocalypse, the Raspberry Pi 4, KDE updates, and Facebook’s new “cryptocurrency”.

News

Ubuntu announce that they’ll drop i386 but then backtrack

Raspberry Pi4!

Plasma 5.16 & 5.16.1, KDE Goals, Updates to KDE.org

Firefox Premium?

Lots of Debian packages being built for RISC-V

PinePhone looking good

Facebook to launch cryptocurrency

Digital Ocean

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Entroware

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Jun 25 2019

41mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 65

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It’s our show from FOSS Talk Live! After KDE, Firefox, GMail, and Stadia in the news, missed opportunities for FOSS and how we can seize the next one.

News

KDE Apps Website

Google Browser Control via DRM; Use Firefox & block fingerprinting while you’re at it and trackers

GMail Confidential Mode to be on by default for G Suite users

Stadia details announced

FOSSortunities

We all knew that privacy would be the next big market in computing but once again we have failed to capitalise. Apple has cornered that market now. We keep missing opportunities like Vista and Windows 8. How do we prepare for the next opportunity, spot it early, and strike at the right time?

Digital Ocean

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Jun 11 2019

46mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 64

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It’s been a busy couple of weeks in the news including ZombieLoad and the Huawei debacle, and Joe tries to convince himself that 32-bit x86 Linux isn’t dead.

News

Plasma 5.16 – Wireguard GUI in NM & Wayland Remote Desktop & KItinerary continues & Elisa 0.4 Released

Xfce 4.14pre1 released!

Google pulls Huawei’s Android license

Huawei responds

90 day reprieve

Now even Arm cutting them off

Félim very smug about buying an AMD CPU

Nextcloud & Nitrokey Join forces for 2FA (and Gentoo)

Google clarifies Works with Nest shutdown

Github Sponsors

HN discussion

Time to ditch 32-bit x86 Linux for good?

Joe was recently given an old Atom netbook that is 32-bit only. What can you actually do with a machine of that age and low specs? Is it time to move on from this legacy architecture?

Digital Ocean

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Entroware

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May 27 2019

46mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 63

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It’s been a month since the last proper episode so we recap the news from the last few weeks including real Linux in WIndows, RHEL 8, Nextcloud, Debian, and more.

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KDE Apps 19.04 Is out & snapped first (Neon writeup), Next-Gen notifications & Akademy 2019 in Milan in Sept & Gnome&KDE Linux App Summit

Windows Shipping Linux

Apache SF joins Github

RHEL 8 Out Now

RIP In Peace Shadowman Red Hat Blog

Shuttleworth on Desktop Linux Support boom

Judgement Day for Nextcloud – File sharing became self aware on this day

Mozilla certificate fun (Disable Studies again…) update & more updates

Debian Buster will be Wayland

Google creates ‘dedicated placement’ in search results for AMP Stories, starting with travel category

The end of Works With Nest could be trouble for smart homes

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May 14 2019

45mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 62

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It’s a special episode. Joe and Will are joined by Richard Brown from openSUSE and Matthew Miller from Fedora to discuss how their distros work together, what makes them different, and the types of users that they each target.

Distro round table

Fedora

openSUSE

Ubuntu

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FOSS Talk Live

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Apr 29 2019

44mins

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Late Night Linux – Episode 61

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Félim is away so Stuart Langridge joins us to discuss news including Chef, VMware, web standards, UBPorts, and more. Then we discuss how Linux has changed over the decades that we’ve been using it.

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Chef ditches Open Core

Linux developer abandons VMware lawsuit

How We Measure Standards (and why it’s sort of a problem)

Stack Overflow Developer Survey

UBports Foundation finally created

Admin

FOSS Talk Live

With Age Comes Wisdom?

If you got into Linux early then you’re about 40 now. There’s a good chance that you’ve compiled your own kernel, written modelines, and literally got the T Shirt (not that it fits any more). Do you have the time and energy to care about such things any more?

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Apr 16 2019

42mins

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Great Podcast!

By jlisic - Mar 22 2018
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Great conversations on linux, couldn't ask for more!

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By basenjidad - Mar 20 2018
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Great podcast. I listen to it after the pirate history podcast. They swear like sailors. Love it.