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The Linux Link Tech Show
 
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Going Linux
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Once you become aware that there is a dependable, secure, capable, and modern computer system that rivals all others in popularity and actual use, you will want to try the Linux operating system on your computer. Perhaps you've been using a member of the Unix/Linux family - Linux, Android, ChromeOS, BSD or even OSX - for quite a while. If so, you are likely looking for new ways to optimize your technology for the way you work. Going Linux is for computer users who just want to use Linux to g ...
 
Video versions of Jupiter Broadcasting shows
 
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TechSNAP in HD
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An in-depth analysis of tech issues and topics. Hosted by Chris Fisher and Allan Jude, with over 20+ years in the technology industry. Tune in and get engaged by deep critical analysis and conversation around technologies’ milestones.
 
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Linux Outlaws
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Two pragmatic geeks talk about the latest news concerning Linux, free and open technology or anything else they deem noteworthy which may include such absurd things as hockey or bands you never heard of. This means there's many a joke and derailed conversation along the way, so don't come here expecting only Linux or software freedom talk — just sit back and relax, partner.
 
An in-depth analysis of tech issues and topics. Hosted by Chris Fisher and Allan Jude, with over 20+ years in the technology industry. Tune in and get engaged by deep critical analysis and conversation around technologies’ milestones.
 
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FreeBSD on Cavium ThunderX, looking at NetBSD as an OpenBSD user, taking time-stamped notes in vim, OpenBSD 6.5 has been tagged, FreeBSD and NetBSD in GSoC 2019, SecBSD: an UNIX-like OS for Hackers, and more. ##Headlines ###ARM’d and dangerous: FreeBSD on Cavium ThunderX (aarch64) While I don’t remember for how many years I’ve had an interest i ...…
 
FreeBSD on Cavium ThunderX, looking at NetBSD as an OpenBSD user, taking time-stamped notes in vim, OpenBSD 6.5 has been tagged, FreeBSD and NetBSD in GSoC 2019, SecBSD: an UNIX-like OS for Hackers, and more. ##Headlines ###ARM’d and dangerous: FreeBSD on Cavium ThunderX (aarch64) While I don’t remember for how many years I’ve had an interest i ...…
 
Jason goes deeper down the rabbit hole by exploring the state of Steam gaming on 9 different Linux distributions. Find out how Fedora compares to Pop!_OS. Plus, first impressions of Purism’s brand new Librem 15 v4 laptop. Links: Linux Gaming: Usability And Performance Across 9 Distros Fedora 29 Linux Gaming Report Pop OS 18.10 Linux Gaming Repo ...…
 
single board laptop, pinebook review, google stadia, storageBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
single board laptop, pinebook review, google stadia, storageBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
single board laptop, pinebook review, google stadia, storageBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
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. Links: Google Stadia announced, a game streaming service for Chrome, Android ...…
 
We join the fight between Apple and Spotify, and debate the meaning of 'fair play' in the App Store and the browser wars. Plus some thoughts on the lessons learned from the 737 MAX, an Elastic Beanstalk PSA, and more! Links: Microsoft proves the critics right: We’re heading toward a Chrome-only Web | Ars Technica — Last week, Microsoft made a m ...…
 
We try out the latest GNOME 3.32 release, and why it might be the best release ever. New leader candidates for Debian emerge, we experience foundation inception, and NGINX is getting acquired. Plus Android Q gets an official Desktop Mode, the story behind the new Open Distro for Elasticsearch, and more! Links: GNOME 3.32 Released — Version 3.32 ...…
 
Machine learning promises to change many industries, but with these changes come dangerous new risks. Join Jim and Wes as they explore some of the surprising ways bias can creep in and the serious consequences of ignoring these problems. Links: Microsoft’s neo-Nazi sexbot was a great lesson for makers of AI assistants — What started out as an e ...…
 
Maybe it's finally time to cut Microsoft some slack, the pace of technological change, and what a couple of common terms actually mean. Plus Joe fails to convince the others about his favourite movie, and one of the deepest questions that you can ask. 00:00:12 Is it time to give Microsoft the benefit of the doubt on their Linux love? 00:08:34 # ...…
 
A kernel of failure, IPv6 fragmentation vulnerability in OpenBSD’s pf, a guide to the terminal, using a Yubikey for SSH public key authentication, FreeBSD desktop series, and more. ##Headlines ###A Kernel Of Failure - How IBM bet big on the microkernel being the next big thing in operating systems back in the ’90s—and spent billions with little ...…
 
A kernel of failure, IPv6 fragmentation vulnerability in OpenBSD’s pf, a guide to the terminal, using a Yubikey for SSH public key authentication, FreeBSD desktop series, and more. ##Headlines ###A Kernel Of Failure - How IBM bet big on the microkernel being the next big thing in operating systems back in the ’90s—and spent billions with little ...…
 
google goes down in the east, cpap weekly episode 2, ubuntu 19.04By techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
google goes down in the east, cpap weekly episode 2, ubuntu 19.04By dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
google goes down in the east, cpap weekly episode 2, ubuntu 19.04By techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
A new voice joins the show, and we share stories from our recent adventures at SCaLE 17x. Plus we look at the Debian project's recent struggles, NGINX's sale, and Mozilla's new service. Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar, Brent Gervais, and Ell Marquez. Links: On 30th anniversary of web, Amazon shares first homepage, Google keeps doodling and mor ...…
 
Mike has salvaged a success story from the dumpster fire of the Google+ shutdown, and Wes shares his grief about brittle and repetitive unit tests. Plus Mike reviews the System76 Darter Pro, our tool of the week, and some fantastic audience feedback. Links: TechSNAP Episode 388: The One About eBPF — eBPF is a technology that you’re going to be ...…
 
Free Software does what commercial can't this week, getting a Debian desktop on more Android devices gets closer, and PureOS promises Convergence but is there more beneath the surface? Plus Microsoft open sources Windows Calculator, and a quick recap of SCaLE 17x. Links: Ubuntu Touch OTA-8 Released — OTA-8 is primarily a stability improvement r ...…
 
The distro challenges roll on with Fedora Workstation. Jason shares his thoughts on getting it up and running, feeling at home with vanilla Gnome, and why Fedora may be perfect place for his Magic the Gathering addiction. Plus, the Raspberry Pi journey continues with NextCloudPi. Is creating a DropBox substitute really this easy? Links: The Fed ...…
 
Software will never fix Spectre-type bugs, a proof that sed is Turing complete, managed jails using Bastille, new version of netdata, using grep with /dev/null, using GMail with mutt, and more. ##Headlines ###Google: Software is never going to be able to fix Spectre-type bugs Spectre is here to stay: An analysis of side-channels and speculative ...…
 
Software will never fix Spectre-type bugs, a proof that sed is Turing complete, managed jails using Bastille, new version of netdata, using grep with /dev/null, using GMail with mutt, and more. ##Headlines ###Google: Software is never going to be able to fix Spectre-type bugs Spectre is here to stay: An analysis of side-channels and speculative ...…
 
3d printing, Linux kernel 5.0, all sorts of good stuffBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
3d printing, Linux kernel 5.0, all sorts of good stuffBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
3d printing, Linux kernel 5.0, all sorts of good stuffBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
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, a ...…
 
Mike breaks down what it takes to build a proper iOS build server, and leaves the familiar shallows of Debian for the open waters of openSUSE. Plus Wes’ reluctant ruby adventures and our pick to ease your javascript packaging woes. Special Guest: Wes Payne. Links: rbenv: Groom your app’s Ruby environment — Use rbenv to pick a Ruby version for y ...…
 
We sift Mobile World Congress to find just the best and most relevant stories, and discuss the Thunderclap vulnerability. Plus we say goodbye to Koroa, find a reason to checkout GRUB nightlies, and how Android aims to kill passwords for good. Links: LineageOS 16.0 released — We feel that the 16.0 branch has reached feature parity with 15.1 and ...…
 
How to deal with Internet drama in the Linux world, the rise of live streaming, and disturbing people with messages and calls. Plus preparing for end times, and the best moment of Joe's life. 00:00:25 #AskError: What's your biggest claim to fame? 00:03:47 Internet drama and Linux 00:15:31 #AskError: If you send someone a message and it disturbs ...…
 
We reveal the shady password practices that are all too common at many utility providers, and hash out why salts are essential to proper password storage. Plus the benefits of passphrases, and what you can do to keep your local providers on the up and up. Links: Plain wrong: Millions of utility customers’ passwords stored in plain text | Ars Te ...…
 
Design and Implementation of NetBSD’s rc.d system, first impressions of Project Trident 18.12, PXE booting a FreeBSD disk image, middle mouse button pasting, NetBSD gains hardware accelerated virtualization, and more. ##Headlines ###The Design and Implementation of the NetBSD rc.d system Abstract In this paper I cover the design and implementat ...…
 
Design and Implementation of NetBSD’s rc.d system, first impressions of Project Trident 18.12, PXE booting a FreeBSD disk image, middle mouse button pasting, NetBSD gains hardware accelerated virtualization, and more. ##Headlines ###The Design and Implementation of the NetBSD rc.d system Abstract In this paper I cover the design and implementat ...…
 
3d printing, home automation, pine64 devices, capital meatsBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
3d printing, home automation, pine64 devices, capital meatsBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
3d printing, home automation, pine64 devices, capital meatsBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
We head to the Raspberry Pi corner and pick the very best open source home automation system. Plus some great news for Gnome users, OBS studio has a new funding model, and a nostalgic chat with our study buddy Kenny. Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar, Brent Gervais, and Martin Wimpress. Links: More GNOME Shell / Mutter Performance Optimizations ...…
 
The three of us debate when to go full serverless, and if ditching servers is worth the cost. Plus the battle against the Cult of Swift gains new allies. Special Guest: Wes Payne. Links: Marco Arment on Twitter — Add up all of the time you’ve spent learning Swift from scratch, accommodating its strictness, fighting its buggy tools, migrating yo ...…
 
Linus pops another hype bubble, we go hands on with the new OnionShare, and some insights into Redis labs changing its license... Again. And why KDE joining the Matrix, along with others might be establishing a new open source standard. Links: KDE is adding Matrix to its instant messaging infrastructure — KDE is adopting non-proprietary and dec ...…
 
Adding glue to a desktop environment, flashing the BIOS on a PC Engine, revive a Cisco IDS into a capable OpenBSD computer, An OpenBSD WindowMaker desktop, RealTime data compression, the love for pipes, and more. ##Headlines ###Adding Glue To a Desktop Environment In this article we will put some light on a lot of tools used in the world of Uni ...…
 
Adding glue to a desktop environment, flashing the BIOS on a PC Engine, revive a Cisco IDS into a capable OpenBSD computer, An OpenBSD WindowMaker desktop, RealTime data compression, the love for pipes, and more. ##Headlines ###Adding Glue To a Desktop Environment In this article we will put some light on a lot of tools used in the world of Uni ...…
 
Jason finally discovers the bottomless well of potential that is the Raspberry Pi, and talks about his first experience with Raspbian. Then Joe and Jason take a nostalgic deep dive into retro gaming on both the Raspberry Pi and the Pinebook. Plus some final thoughts on openSUSE Tumbleweed and Leap. Links: Raspberry Pi — A small and affordable c ...…
 
nas, galaxy fold, storage, funBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
nas, galaxy fold, storage, funBy dann@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
nas, galaxy fold, storage, funBy techshow@thelinuxlink.net (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
 
Will there ever be another "big" Linux distro, or has that time passed? Plus two popular Linux desktop apps see a big upgrade, and Wes explains to Chris why he should care a lot more about cgroups. Special Guests: Brent Gervais and Neal Gompa. Links: MX-18.1 Continuum Official Release — MX-18.1 is a refresh of our MX-18 release, consisting of b ...…
 
The guys discuss the real last bastion of scratch your own itch, and debate the merits of recent C# functional programing fads that are transforming the language. Plus Mike’s swimming in hardware, and a new movement sweeping the web that starts right here. Special Guest: Wes Payne. Links: Yo, Thelio! - dominickm.com — Overall, I am very happy w ...…
 
Google scrambles to repurpose Android Things, Microsoft wants to protect your Linux install really bad, and the first bank backed Crypto-coin makes a splash. Plus Void Linux issues a warning, running Linux on ARM laptops built for Windows, and more. Links: Google refocuses Android Things as a ‘platform for OEM partners’ — When Google announced ...…
 
Is the great hope for open hardware actually going to materialize or is RISC-V just hype? Are some conspiracy theories worth more than just passing disdain? Plus hoarding all your own tracking data, and some great #AskError questions. 00:00:18 #AskError: What's the best decade for music? 00:04:13 RISC-V 00:12:43 Collecting our own data 00:24:02 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Strategic thinking to keep FreeBSD relevant, reflecting on the soul of a new machine, 10GbE Benchmarks On Nine Linux Distros and FreeBSD, NetBSD integrating LLVM sanitizers in base, FreeNAS 11.2 distrowatch review, and more. ##Headlines ###Strategic thinking, or what I think what we need to do to keep FreeBSD relevant Since I participate in the ...…
 
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