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Linux Action News
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Weekly Linux news and analysis by Chris and Joe. The show every week we hope you'll go to when you want to hear an informed discussion about what’s happening.
 
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Coder Radio
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A weekly talk show taking a pragmatic look at the art and business of Software Development and related technologies.
 
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Tech Talk Today MP3
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An opinionated daily technology talk show. Chris Fisher is joined by a rotating cast of characters. Far removed from the valley bubble we tell the honest truth about some of tech’s biggest demigods.With insights on current events, and perspective from the past ones Tech Talk Today promises to be interesting, or fail live trying.
 
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TechSNAP
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Systems, Network, and Administration Podcast. Every week TechSNAP covers the stories that impact those of us in the tech industry, and all of us that follow it. Every episode we dedicate a portion of the show to answer audience questions, discuss best practices, and solving your problems.
 
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BSD Now MP3 Feed
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BSD Now MP3 Feed
 
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Unfilter
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Unfilter is a weekly independent news show, media watchdog, meme spotter, and topic deep diver. Unplug from the distractions, and unfilter your life.
 
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FauxShow MP3
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It's not a real show, but it's always fun and informative. Jupiter Broadcasting's favorite unofficial show!
 
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Join Jim and Wes as they battle bufferbloat, latency spikes, and network hogs with some of their favorite tools for traffic shaping, firewalling, and QoS. Plus the importance of sane defaults and why netdata belongs on every system. Links: Why you want QoS - Netdata Documentation — One of the features the Linux kernel has, but it is rarely used ...…
 
The gangs all together and cover your poignant feedback right out of the gate. Then we jump into the psychological trap of freelancing, and imagine a world where app stores are a true level playing field. Plus some really fun picks, a bit of hoopla, and more. Special Guest: Wes Payne. Links: Feedback from Steve: Employment vs self-employment — ...…
 
A week of nasty security flaws, and a lack of patches... For some of us. Raspberry Pi opens a physical store, our thoughts on the new LibreOffice interface, and the new round of nasty flaws hitting all versions of Android. Plus new disk encryption coming to Linux, Intel releases their open source encoder for future video on the web, and more. L ...…
 
Mike breaks down the drama around nullable reference types in C# 8.0, and we debate what it means for the future of the language. Plus a fresh reminder of Apple's absolute App Store authority, and the state of Mike's relationship with the rust compiler. Special Guest: Wes Payne. Links: RustPython: A Python Interpreter written in Rust Apple bans ...…
 
Firefox is standing out, Pine64 has a lot more cheap Linux hardware coming, and the good and the bad with the new Kodi Release. Plus HP Joins LVFS, why you shouldn't expect a Raspberry Pi 4 in 2019, and more. Links: Firefox 65 released — We’re happy to announce a new set of redesigned controls for the Content Blocking Next version of Firefox mi ...…
 
Jim and Wes are joined by OpenZFS developer Richard Yao to explain why the recent drama over Linux kernel 5.0 is no big deal, and how his fix for the underlying issue might actually make things faster. Plus the nitty-gritty details of vectorized optimizations and kernel preemption, and our thoughts on the future of the relationship between ZFS ...…
 
Apple wades into controversy after filing some Swift-related patents and we explore WebAssembly and its implications for the open web. Plus the latest on Mike's road to Rust, some great feedback, and more! Special Guest: Wes Payne. Links: Choose Linux — The show that captures the excitement of discovering Linux. Reddit Feedback for Episode 341 ...…
 
Debian has a big fix, Chromium might block ads, Valve makes another big investment in Linux, and Google gets serious about bringing Fuchsia to market. Plus we announce a new Linux podcast, and run down the many ways to run Ubuntu on Windows. Links: Choose Linux - New JB Show — The show that captures the excitement of discovering Linux. Steam Fo ...…
 
Mike and Wes are back to debate the state of developer tools and ask where Jenkins fits in 2019. Plus some some anger at Apple, and Mike reveals the latest language that's caught his eye. Special Guest: Wes Payne. Links: Dokku — A docker-powered PaaS that helps you build and manage the lifecycle of applications. Jenkins — The leading open sourc ...…
 
We welcome Jim to the show, and he and Wes dive deep into all things Let’s Encrypt. The history, the clients, and the from-the-field details you'll want to know. Links: Let’s Encrypt and CertBot – JRS Systems Automatic Certificate Management Environment (ACME) — The surprisingly readable IETF draft. How It Works - Let's Encrypt ACME Client Impl ...…
 
Another troubling week for MongoDB, ZFS On Linux lands a kernel workaround, and 600 days of postmarketOS. Plus our thoughts on the new Project Trident release, and Mozilla ending their Test Pilot program. Links: MongoDB removed from major distros — Red Hat won't use MongoDB in Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Fedora thanks to MongoDB's new Server Si ...…
 
Wes joins Mike for a special Coder. They share thoughts on the costs and benefits of Optionals in Swift, uncover Mike's secret love affair with F#, and debate the true value of serverless. Special Guest: Wes Payne. Links: Mark's IoT Feedback IOKit — The I/O Kit framework implements non-kernel access to I/O Kit objects (drivers and nubs) through ...…
 
Choose your own Linux is coming to Chrome OS, GitHub private repos go free, LVFS gets another win, and Amazon released their MongoDB competitor DocumentDB. Plus Homebrew comes to Linux, the recent Ethereum Classic attack, and more. Links: Chrome OS may soon let companies choose their own distro for Linux apps — Device administrators will be abl ...…
 
Wes is joined by a special guest to take a look back on the growth and development of Azure in 2018 and discuss some of its unique strengths. Special Guest: Chad M. Crowell. Links: Under the sea, Microsoft tests a datacenter that’s quick to deploy, could provide internet connectivity for years An Azure Infrastructure Year in Review Azure File S ...…
 
A EULA in FOSS clothing, NetBSD with more LLVM support, Thoughts on FreeBSD 12.0, FreeBSD Performance against Windows and Linux on Xeon, Microsoft shipping NetBSD, and more.
 
Mike’s just had the talk, and now it's time to make some changes. Including admitting he was wrong about Swift. Plus we read some feedback, answer some questions, and destroy another computer. Links: Year of Structure Feedback Sleep Feedback Can PWAs Do This? Ionic Native - BLE Swift - Apple Developer Michael Dominick on Twitter — "Well I am st ...…
 
Raspberry Pi joins the RISC-V Foundation, MIPS is going open source, and Mozilla is experimenting with more ads in Firefox. Plus the BSDs rebase their ZFS on the Linux implementation, the EU has bug bounties, and Thunderbird gets set to fly! Links: Raspberry Pi joins RISC-V Foundation — We're excited to have joined the @risc_v Foundation as a s ...…
 
The future of ZFS in FreeBSD, we pick highlights from the FreeBSD quarterly status report, flying with the raven, modern KDE on FreeBSD, many ways to launch FreeBSD in EC2, GOG installers on NetBSD, and more.
 
In a special new year’s episode we take a moment to reflect on the show’s past, its future, and say goodbye to an old friend. Links: Jim Salter — Jim Salter (@jrssnet) is an author, public speaker, small business owner, mercenary sysadmin, and father of three—not necessarily in that order. He got his first real taste of open source by running A ...…
 
Don’t call them resolutions, lets just call them reasonable goals. Mike and Chris share their plans for 2019’s ground work, and why every single thing is fair game. Links: The VHS of Software... OmniGraffle — Create beautiful diagrams and designs with this powerful and easy to use app. iA Writer — iA Writer removes distractions, giving you a ca ...…
 
We take a look back at our 2018 Linux predictions, and make some bold new ones for the year ahead. Plus there’s no avoiding how far off we were when it came to Bitcoin last year, but that didn’t stop us having a go again this year!By Jupiter Broadcasting.
 
The guys drink some Liquid Christmas Tree and reflect on the major trends of 2018, and the stuff they are preemptively freaking out about for 2019.By Jupiter Broadcasting.
 
We sat down at BSDCan 2018 to interview Kirk McKusick about various topics ranging about the early years of Berkeley Unix, his continuing work on UFS, the governance of FreeBSD, and more.
 
The Open Source midlife crisis, Donald Knuth The Yoda of Silicon Valley, Certbot For OpenBSD's httpd, how to upgrade FreeBSD from 11 to 12, level up your nmap game, NetBSD desktop, and more.
 
It’s been a huge year for Linux and FOSS news, and we take a look at some of the major stories that shaped the industry over the last 12 months. Acquisitions, solid releases, a revolution for gaming, politics in the kernel community, Chrome OS coming of age, and more. Links: IBM to Acquire Red Hat — Most significant tech acquisition of 2018 wil ...…
 
Chris is back from his trip to Denver to tour System76’s factory, and what he discovered while he was there was the last thing he was expecting. Links: Thelio - System76By Jupiter Broadcasting.
 
Intel developers are working to open source the FSP, Fuchsia SDK and device repos show up in Android AOSP, and our BSD buddies have some big news. Plus the pending removal of the x32 sub-architecture from Linux, why Uber is joining up with the Linux Foundation, and more. Links: Intel Working On Open-Sourcing The FSP — Firmware support package ( ...…
 
FreeBSD 12.0 is finally here, partly-cloudy IPsec VPN, KLEAK with NetBSD, How to create synth repos, GhostBSD author interview, and more.
 
A security vulnerability in Kubernetes causes a big stir, but we’ll break it all down and explain what went wrong. Plus the biggest stories out of Kubecon, and serverless gets serious. Links: Everything that was announced at KubeCon CNCF to Host etcd — The Cloud Native Computing Foundation Technical Oversight Committee voted to accept etcd as a ...…
 
Estimates can be a very tricky thing to get right, but they are vitally important. Peter Kretzman joins us to make it all a bit easier and clearer. Plus Chris thinks he knows why Microsoft is willing to kill off their Edge browser engine and switch it out for Chromium. But can he convince Mike? Special Guest: Peter Kretzman. Links: Electron — T ...…
 
Microsoft is moving to Chromium, and Mozilla isn't too thrilled about it. Plus the Kernel team's clever Spectre slowdown fix, Emby goes proprietary, Steam Link lives on, and more. Links: Microsoft Edge to move to a Chromium base — Today we’re announcing that we intend to adopt the Chromium open source project in the development of Microsoft Edg ...…
 
Mike and Chris don’t claim to have a time machine, but they still have a major problem to solve. Links: To old to start? How to Evaluate open source libs/frames/software? Top programming languages of 2018By Jupiter Broadcasting.
 
DragonflyBSD 5.4 has been released, down the Gopher hole with OpenBSD, OpenBSD in stereo with VFIO, BSD/OS the best candidate for legally tested open source Unix, OpenBGPD adds diversity to the routing server landscape, and more.
 
Clear Linux doubles down on the desktop, Fedora 31 is likely canceled or delayed, and why Firecracker is being called the new "Docker killer". Plus AMP's new governance model kicks in, and the Necuno Mobile Plasma tease. Links: Clear Linux now easier to try and to install — The addition of the desktop-live image itself is also certainly a welco ...…
 
We break down Firecracker Amazon’s new open source kvm powered, virtual machine monitor, and explore what makes it different from the options on the market now. Plus some good news for OpenBGP and the wider internet community, and a handy tool for inspecting docker images. Links: Firecracker – Lightweight Virtualization for Serverless Computing ...…
 
Assembly language on OpenBSD, using bhyve for FreeBSD development, FreeBSD Gaming, FreeBSD for Thanksgiving, no space left on Dragonfly’s hammer2, and more.
 
iPad Pro is a great machine for people that don’t want to get too much work done. But ultimately this week’s episode is about the guys catching up after a long couple weeks apart. Links: Ferrite Recording Studio — Ferrite is the tool many podcasters and journalists reach for when they’re away from the studio. ?LumaFusion video editor — Pro vide ...…
 
The Fuchsia bomb ticks closer, Valve's Steam Link end of life shocks us, and Amazon's new, rather obvious feature. Plus the surprise use for Red Hat Enterprise, and an update on the Linux powered Atari VCS. Links: Huawei testing Fuchsia on the Honor Play — A new commit in the Fuchsia source code has revealed that Huawei has managed to boot the ...…
 
Thoughts on NetBSD 8.0, Monitoring love for a GigaBit OpenBSD firewall, cat’s source history, X.org root permission bug, thoughts on OpenBSD as a desktop, and NomadBSD review.
 
WireGuard has a lot of buzz around it and for many good reasons. We’ll explain what WireGuard is specifically, what it can do, and maybe more importantly, what it can’t. Special Guest: Jim Salter. Links: How to easily configure WireGuard — At its core, all WireGuard does is create an interface from one computer to another. Jessie Frazelle's Blo ...…
 
Mark Shuttleworth announced 10 years support of Ubuntu 18.04, but there's a catch. Why we're buying the new Raspberry Pi, and we have a laugh at folding Android screens. Plus the new Red Hat Enterprise beta has modularity, why Canonical might be ready for investors, and the bad week for cryptocurrencies. Links: New mid-range Raspberry Pi launch ...…
 
Wes is joined by special guest Jim Salter to discuss Google's recent BGP outage and the future of HTTP. Plus the latest router botnet, why you should never go full UPnP, and the benefits of building your own home router. Special Guest: Jim Salter. Links: Google goes down after major BGP mishap routes traffic through China — Google lost control ...…
 
Byproducts of reading OpenBSD’s netcat code, learnings from porting your own projects to FreeBSD, OpenBSD’s unveil(), NetBSD’s Virtual Machine Monitor, what 'dependency' means in Unix init systems, jailing bhyve, and more.
 
Ubuntu on select Samsung devices goes into beta, we cover the technicalities of Linux on the new Macs, one of our favorite desktop projects gets a big update, and the Librem 5 slips. Plus it's the end of the line for the Nexus devices, and more! Links: Booting Linux on new Macs — Apple's T2 security chip being embedded into their newest product ...…
 
MidnightBSD 1.0 released, MeetBSD review, EuroBSDcon trip reports, DNS over TLS in FreeBSD 12, Upgrading OpenBSD with Ansible, how to use smartd to run tests on your drives automatically, and more.
 
We answer how Chris and Mike started in independent contracting, and the lessons changes they’d make with some perspective of time. Plus System76’s new Thelio hardware looks great, but would the Mac Mini be the wiser purchase? The guys debate. And a tool of the week, some news, and more! Links: Mac mini Thelio ASP.NET Core Ditching .NET Framewo ...…
 
The new Fedora has a neat trick, The Register's KDE klickbait, and GhostBSD impresses. Plus Sailfish's release strategy gets refined, System76 announces their Thelio Linux hardware, and more. Links: Fedora 29 released — This release is particularly exciting because it’s the first to include the Fedora Modularity feature across all our different ...…
 
OpenBSD 6.4 released, GhostBSD RC2 released, MeetBSD - the ultimate hallway track, DragonflyBSD desktop on a Thinkpad, Porting keybase to NetBSD, OpenSSH 7.9, and draft-ietf-6man-ipv6only-flag in FreeBSD.
 
We react to the news that IBM is buying Red Hat, cover some feedback that sets us straight, and are pleasantly surprised by Qt Design Studio. Links: Qt Design Studio 1.0 Released — Qt Photoshop Bridge – import your graphics design from Photosho New LSP language service supporting Swift and C-family languages for any editor and platform — I'm ex ...…
 
Linus is back in charge with the whole world watching, IBM is buying Red Hat, and Pine64 says they’re working on a Plasma phone. Plus Firefox has a new sales pitch for you, and how HTC's blockchain future is already fizzling out. Links: Linus back in charge of the kernel — And with that, Linus, I'm handing the kernel tree back to you. You can h ...…
 
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