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Joe is joined by Allan Jude from the 2.5 Admins and BSD Now podcasts to talk about FreeBSD. Allan mentioned his company Klara. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and sign up for a 7-day free trial. See our contact page for way…
 
Joe is joined by Allan Jude from the 2.5 Admins and BSD Now podcasts to talk about FreeBSD. Allan mentioned his company Klara. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and sign up for a 7-day free trial. See our contact page for way…
 
A Russian distro teaches some of us a valuable lesson, plus the great email client debate, and your thoughts on documenting and discarding collections. First Impressions We had a look at Alt Linux, a Russian distro. Feedback Zim – a desktop wiki This Is What’s Wrong With The Linux Community Linode Simplify your cloud infrastructure with Linode’s Li…
 
Are distros like Fedora Silverblue with immutable filesystems the future of desktop Linux? A list of resources for people who want to investigate image-based Linux desktops Silverblue: pretty good family OS Linode Simplify your cloud infrastructure with Linode’s Linux virtual machines and develop, deploy, and scale your modern applications faster a…
 
Mixed news for the Steam Deck, deja vu in Germany, Canonical looks to solve an industry-wide issue, Stadia’s death rattle, Apple’s nod towards right to repair, and KDE Korner. News Valve delays Steam Deck, now starts shipping February 2022 Here’s some of what we’ve learned about the Steam Deck German state planning to switch 25,000 PCs to LibreOffi…
 
Joe is joined by Carl George, a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat, to discuss Fedora, RHEL, CentOS Linux, and CentOS Stream. Carl is a regular in the Linux Unplugged Mumble room. We mentioned Carl’s Twitter thread about the relationship between Fedora, RHEL, and CentOS. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT pro…
 
Joe is joined by Carl George, a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat, to discuss Fedora, RHEL, CentOS Linux, and CentOS Stream. Carl is a regular in the Linux Unplugged Mumble room. We mentioned Carl’s Twitter thread about the relationship between Fedora, RHEL, and CentOS. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT pro…
 
How to document a collection in the long-term, and how to get rid of it once it’s a bunch of old crap. Plus your feedback about video players, email clients, and more. With guest host Jim Salter from 2.5 Admins. Félim mentioned Camara Education. Linode Simplify your cloud infrastructure with Linode’s Linux virtual machines and develop, deploy, and …
 
What exactly is desktop Linux? Does Chrome OS count? What about Ubuntu Touch? Linode Simplify your cloud infrastructure with Linode’s Linux virtual machines and develop, deploy, and scale your modern applications faster and more easily. Go to linode.com/linuxafterdark and get started with $100 credit. Subscribe to the RSS feed.…
 
A new cheap Pi and a new version of Raspberry Pi OS, Firefox gets pretty new colours, a management shakeup at GitHub, Red Hat’s new dev hiring policy, KDE Korner, and more. With guest host Jim Salter from 2.5 Admins. News Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W on sale now at $15 The Pi Zero 2 W Is The Most Efficient Pi Ubuntu Server support Bullseye – the new versi…
 
Joe and Alex from the Self-Hosted podcast discuss DockerSlim and Slim AI with Martin Wimpress. Martin mentioned SlimDevOps on Twitch. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and sign up for a 7-day free trial. See our contact page …
 
Joe and Alex from the Self-Hosted podcast discuss DockerSlim and Slim AI with Martin Wimpress. Martin mentioned SlimDevOps on Twitch. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and sign up for a 7-day free trial. See our contact page …
 
We are all impressed by an obscure open source OS. Plus your feedback about duplicated effort by app devs, ignoring the modern web, Flathub confusion, a positive way to view of the FOSS future, and more. First Impressions We had a look at Haiku, an open source OS that’s “inspired by BeOS, is fast, simple to use, easy to learn and yet very powerful.…
 
What it means for Linux to “win” and whether we even want that to happen, and why we talk about Arm so much. Linode Simplify your cloud infrastructure with Linode’s Linux virtual machines and develop, deploy, and scale your modern applications faster and more easily. Go to linode.com/linuxafterdark and get started with $100 credit. Subscribe to the…
 
Microsoft upsets the FOSS community, Moxie trolls NFT clowns, Trump’s people don’t seem to understand licences, a 1337 haxx0r tool, KDE Korner, and more. News Apple joins Blender Development Fund L0phtCrack is now open source Signal’s founder is trolling with an NFT that’ll turn to shit if you buy it Trump’s Social Media Platform and the Affero Gen…
 
Joe is joined by Btrfs advocate Neal Gompa and ZFS advocate Jim Salter (from 2.5 Admins) to discuss Jim’s recent criticism of Btrfs. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and sign up for a 7-day free trial. See our contact page f…
 
Joe is joined by Btrfs advocate Neal Gompa and ZFS advocate Jim Salter (from 2.5 Admins) to discuss Jim’s recent criticism of Btrfs. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and sign up for a 7-day free trial. See our contact page f…
 
The pros and cons of tiling window managers, and how we nearly use them. Plus your feedback about Flatpak, Firefox as a Snap, a web-based image editor, starting a FOSS career, and why we have a Telegram group instead of IRC or Matrix. First Impressions We had a look at Regolith, a modern desktop environment that’s built on top of Ubuntu, GNOME, and…
 
Mozilla disappoints again, a beacon of hope in the mobile world, whether the future of the Internet really is a dystopian nightmare, and the usual KDE goodness in the Korner. News Fairphone 4 review 10 Year Smartphone Firefox’s address bar has ads now, but you can disable them News from Firefox Focus and Firefox on Mobile Internet Archive’s 2046 Wa…
 
Joe is joined by Gary Kramlich, the Pidgin project maintainer. Gary mentioned the contributing page, and the upcoming State of the Bird event which will be streamed on his Twitch channel. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and…
 
Joe is joined by Gary Kramlich, the Pidgin project maintainer. Gary mentioned the contributing page, and the upcoming State of the Bird event which will be streamed on his Twitch channel. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and…
 
Why one of us is probably switching to Xfce, and why Graham couldn’t use a proper Linux phone full-time. Plus your feedback about sandboxed apps, Vivaldi in Manjaro, and why we don’t talk about Fedora very often. First Impressions We had a look at Xfce, a lightweight desktop environment for UNIX-like operating systems that Joe loves. Félim mentione…
 
Ubuntu sets out its enterprise stall and makes a big move for Snaps on the desktop, excellent gaming news, disquiet downstream of GNOME, KDE Korner, and details of a new show in the LNL family. News Linux After Dark has launched! Ubuntu Podcast after-party live stream Ubuntu Makes Firefox Snap the Default Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04 lifecycle extended t…
 
Joe is joined by Alyssa Rosenzweig, a graphics developer who’s passionate about software freedom and leads the Panfrost and Asahi graphics drivers, about porting Linux to the M1 Macs. Gary, Chris and Dalton haven’t disappeared. We’ve launched a new show called Linux After Dark. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT …
 
Joe is joined by Alyssa Rosenzweig, a graphics developer who’s passionate about software freedom and leads the Panfrost and Asahi graphics drivers, about porting Linux to the M1 Macs. Gary, Chris and Dalton haven’t disappeared. We’ve launched a new show called Linux After Dark. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT …
 
What we’d do if we were in charge of the Linux desktop, first impressions of an unusual but frustrating distro, and your feedback about Mastodon and Bodhi Linux. First Impressions We had a look at GoboLinux, an alternative Linux distribution which redefines the entire filesystem hierarchy. If we were in charge of the Linux desktop What we’d do if i…
 
Manjaro is shipping a proprietary browser and some people are upset, a win for Firefox on Windows, Proton Mail doesn’t make you magically impervious to the long arm of the law, Bitcoin becomes an official currency in El Salvador, influential friends call it a day, and more. News Mozilla has defeated Microsoft’s default browser protections in Window…
 
Dalton gives us his first impressions of the Framework laptop, why we didn’t talk about AMD mobile CPUs when the M1 came up, and what we do when the software we want isn’t in the main repo. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux a…
 
Dalton gives us his first impressions of the Framework laptop, why we didn’t talk about AMD mobile CPUs when the M1 came up, and what we do when the software we want isn’t in the main repo. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux a…
 
Félim is trolled about the cloud, our first impressions of elementary OS, your feedback, and more. First Impressions We had a look at elementary OS, the “thoughtful, capable, and ethical replacement for Windows and macOS”. Benefits of the cloud Gary from LNL Extra joins us to wind Félim up. Crowdsec CrowdSec is a free and open-source and collaborat…
 
The kernel turns 30, flagship phones get even more locked down, great news for running Linux on M1 Macs, AMP looks to be exactly what we thought it was, KDE Korner, and more. News DebConf just wrapped up and there are videos available Happy birthday, Linux: From a bedroom project to billions of devices in 30 years LINUX is obsolete Samsung will let…
 
Gary, Chris, Dalton, and Joe discuss reporting bugs, why we don’t always do it, and why we really should. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and sign up for a 7-day free trial. See our contact page for ways to get in touch. Se…
 
Gary, Chris, Dalton, and Joe discuss reporting bugs, why we don’t always do it, and why we really should. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and sign up for a 7-day free trial. See our contact page for ways to get in touch. Se…
 
What we all thought about the open and federated Twitter alternative Mastodon, plus your feedback about the new user experience, and why Graham and Joe don’t use Linux for making music. First Impressions We had a look at Fostodon, a FOSS-focused Mastodon instance. Feedback We mentioned Going Linux. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nugge…
 
New releases from elementary OS and Debian, Apple causes a big privacy stink, KDE Korner, your feedback about Linux grifters, and some mid-summer silliness. News Apple’s Plan to “Think Different” About Encryption Opens a Backdoor to Your Private Life Child Safety One Bad Apple elementary OS 6 Odin Available Now Debian 11 “bullseye” released Admin C…
 
Gary, Chris, and Joe are joined by Dalton to discuss whether platforms really matter in an age where they all offer so much choice with Virtualization, WSL, proton, and cloud desktops etc. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux an…
 
Gary, Chris, and Joe are joined by Dalton to discuss whether platforms really matter in an age where they all offer so much choice with Virtualization, WSL, proton, and cloud desktops etc. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux an…
 
Our first impressions of a relatively unusual distro. Plus your feedback about Syncthing, GitHub Copilot, and advice for a new Linux user. First Impressions We had a look at Bodhi Linux, a lightweight distribution featuring the Moksha Desktop. Linode Simplify your cloud infrastructure with Linode’s Linux virtual machines and develop, deploy, and sc…
 
Whether GNOME is meant to be used in its default state, why open source doesn’t need to conquer the world to succeed, emulating ancient Windows versions on dirt cheap modern hardware, KDE Korner, and more. News “Every Preference Has a Cost” My proposal for scaling open source: don’t Cracking Open the Android/iOS Grip on Smartphones and the Mobile I…
 
Gary, Chris, and Joe cover some of your feedback about why we use traditional GTK desktops rather than Plasma or a tiling window manager, why we don’t use MikroTik network gear, and Joe’s “homelab”. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenig…
 
Gary, Chris, and Joe cover some of your feedback about why we use traditional GTK desktops rather than Plasma or a tiling window manager, why we don’t use MikroTik network gear, and Joe’s “homelab”. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenig…
 
Chris Fisher from Jupiter Broadcasting joins us to discuss Syncthing, feedback about whether Silverblue is the future, and how the FOSS community might be susceptible to being exploited. First Impressions We had a look at Syncthing, a continuous file synchronization program. An inherent vulnerability in the FOSS community Is the FOSS community seem…
 
The Steam Deck is probably the best news for Linux gaming since Proton, the Mars helicopter has over-delivered, whether Windows 11 is a good opportunity for FOSS, KDE Korner, and more. News Steam Deck “Huge leap” for NASA’s Mars helicopter ushers new mission support role Help us to improve LibreOffice Calc by completing our survey Why Windows 11 Co…
 
Joe talks to Chris and Gary about their homelab setups, their use of the cloud, and how it all ties together with WireGuard. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and sign up for a 7-day free trial. See our contact page for ways …
 
Joe talks to Chris and Gary about their homelab setups, their use of the cloud, and how it all ties together with WireGuard. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and sign up for a 7-day free trial. See our contact page for ways …
 
A quick look at Fedora Silverblue, your feedback including scanning and iOS vs Android, and FOSS devs actually making money with guest Daniel Foré. First Impressions We had a look at Fedora Silverblue, an immutable version of Fedora Workstation. Feedback VueScan Scanner Software Swisscows Software subscriptions and FOSS We are joined by Daniel Foré…
 
GitHub might put coders out of a job and piss them off in the process, Audacity’s owners cause more drama, IBM’s surprising management announcement, KDE Korner, and more. News GitHub Copilot is AI pair programming where you, the human, still have to do most of the work Audacity privacy notice Clarification of Privacy Policy IBM Leadership Changes W…
 
Joe is joined by Chris and Gary again to discuss cryptocurrencies, blockchain, and NFTs. Our history, our mistakes, and ultimately why we became jaded about the whole thing. CBT Nuggets This episode is sponsored by CBT Nuggets – training for IT professionals or anyone looking to build IT skills. Go to cbtnuggets.com/latenightlinux and sign up for a…
 
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