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Join 3 experienced Open Source professionals as they discuss the impact Linux has in their daily lives. Upbeat family-friendly banter, conversation and discussion for Linux enthusiasts and casual observers of all ages. A new episode every two weeks covering terminal productivity, desktop experience, development, gaming, hosting, hardware, community, cloud-native and all the Linux Matters that matter.
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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 week, 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 Félim being trolled about AI and the cloud.
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Self-Hosted

Jupiter Broadcasting

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Discover new software and hardware to get the best out of your network, control smart devices, and secure your data on cloud services. Self-Hosted is a chat show between Chris and Alex two long-time "self-hosters" who share their lessons and take you along for the journey as they learn new ones. A Jupiter Broadcasting podcast showcasing free and open source technologies you can host yourself.
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Linux Out Loud

TuxDigital Network

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Linux Out Loud is a community powered podcast. We take conversations from the Community from places like the Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. Linux Out Loud podcast is brought to you by the TuxDigital Network (https://tuxdigital.com/)!
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Ubuntu Security Podcast

Ubuntu Security Team

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A weekly podcast talking about the latest developments and updates from the Ubuntu Security team, including a summary of the security vulnerabilities and fixes from the last week as well as a discussion on some of the goings on in the wider Ubuntu Security community.
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Reality 2.0

Katherine Druckman and Doc Searls

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Join Privacy and Open Source advocates, Doc Searls and Katherine Druckman, as they navigate the new digital world, covering topics related to digital privacy, cybersecurity, digital identity, as well as Linux and open source and other current issues.
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Distrohoppers' Digest

Distrohoppers' Digest

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We are four Blokes who love Linux and trying out new stuff, we thought it would be interesting to share our experience of trying new Linux and BSD distributions and how we found it trying to live with them as our daily driver for up to a Month at a time, by recording a podcast about how we got on.
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Going Linux

Larry Bushey and Bill Smith

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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 ...
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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 week, 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.
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Why it’s not a great idea to install Windows 11 on unsupported hardware, quantum computing hype has been replaced by AI, toothbrushes can’t be part of a botnet, Google has killed cached search results, and testing your backups. Plugs Support us on patreon and get an ad-free RSS feed with early episodes sometimes News/discussion Windows 11 24H2 goes…
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The Linux Out Loud team discusses the current state of Linux in episode 83. Nate explores hardware options for his organization, Wendy talks about robotics competitions. They touch on speech-to-text tools, network optimizations, VPN issues, Android integration, and gaming challenges on Linux. Find the rest of the show notes at https://tuxdigital.co…
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It's time once again for The Weekender. This is our departure into the world of hedonism, random topic excursions, whimsy and (hopefully) knowledge. Thanks for listening and, if you happen to get a chance, feel free to call us or e-mail and send us some feedback. Tell us how we're doing. We'd love to hear from you. 73 de The LHS Crew…
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Now in its fourth year, this podcast has seen it all: The rise and demise of whole empires, the beloved competition fade into distant memory and a glorious appearance at last year's FOSDEM (Europe's biggest gathering of FLOSS enthusiasts), where actually more than five people showed up (thanks again to the ones attended on that Saturday afternoon i…
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In this episode, we discuss: bcachefs debuted in Linux 6.7, and Martin has excitedly installed it on everything! Support bcachefs development via Patreon Alan helps someone with an Exodus of Bitcoin Exodus Bitcoin Wallet: $490K Swindle Mark has pulled the trigger on a new “home server” You can send your feedback via show@linuxmatters.sh or the Cont…
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The boys return to discuss why people decide to change their setups. Why do we hop? 👇 PULL IT DOWN FOR THE GOOD STUFF 👇 ==== Special Thanks to Our Patrons! ==== https://thelinuxcast.org/patrons/ ===== Follow us 🐧🐧 ====== MERCH - https://shop.thelinuxcast.org Discord - https://discord.gg/62RPDBMH8W Odysee - https://odysee.com/$/invite/@thelinuxcast:…
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https://youtu.be/WpvrDH9GNmA Download as MP3 Sponsored by LINBIT: Visit destinationlinux.net/linbit to learn how LINBIT’s OSS, based on DRBD® and LINSTOR®, can be used for Kubernetes, CloudStack, OpenNebula, and more. Support the show by becoming a patron at tuxdigital.com/membership or get some swag at tuxdigital.com/store Hosted by: Michael Tunne…
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An open source Spotify clone that’s almost there, simulating the control of a nuclear reactor, a network analysis tool that combines the functionality of traceroute and ping, a static site generator for people migrating away from Bandcamp, hello world in every possible language, a synthesizer for making music by drawing objects on an oscilloscope, …
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Chris spends the week in a VR desktop, revealing the glitches, gains, and VR's open-source future. Sponsored By: Tailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Kolide: Kolide is a device trust solution for compa…
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On this episode of TWIL (253), Fedora has announced a new branch of their distro for immutable operating systems, called Fedora Atomic Desktops. System76 says we are getting close to an Alpha version of the COSMIC desktop. Then we’re going to talk about Linux kernel security. Mozilla is refocusing on the Firefox browser while also […]…
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Episode edited by Jake Bauer - thanks! Discuss the episode on our forum! You can find our episodes on YouTube Discussion With Shane away, Amolith, Conor and Mike discuss advertising in package managers, a fork of Firefox and a snazzy window manager with a darker side. Ubuntu Pro package manager advertising (from omg! ubuntu!) Messaging in npm Freex…
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Chris spends the week in a VR desktop, revealing the glitches, gains, and VR's open-source future. Sponsored By: Tailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, and works from anywhere. Get 20 devices for free for a personal account. Kolide: Kolide is a device trust solution for compa…
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Andy Balaam joins us to talk about accepting contributions from devs with varying levels of experience. When to invest the time to mentor them, why documentation is important, how automated tools fit in, being willing to decline some contributions, dealing with companies vs individuals, and more. Kolide Kolide ensures that if a device isn’t secure …
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First up in the news: Mint 21.3 “Edge” is out, Ubuntu taking heat over Pro packages, Bazzite 2.2 is out, BunsenLabs Boron is out, Parrot 6.0 is out, we say Goodbye to Ginny, RPi Compute Module 5 is in the works, Say Hello to Wilma, RH causes issues for CentOS, and DSL Linux makes a resurgence In security and privacy: Ring will stop giving video to …
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Bill gets new tech and we discuss some happenings from 2023. Maya OS, Nix OS, Rhino Linux, Redhat, Cachy Linux and much more. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #450 · Linux 2023 Year in review 02:11 Bill's new tech 04:55 Involutary new tech 05:56 2023 in review 06:29 Indian Defense Ministry adopts Maya OS 10:21 VIM founder passed away 11:52 Nix…
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