Best Slackware podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Gitlab scales the Slashdot effect, Red Hat enables Wacom firmware updates and editing pixel art inside the terminal. All this, plus your emails. Special thanks to: Bithir (new patreon) Yosef B (new patreon) Wintercel (new patreon) Subscribe: Listen: Download: //
 
Learn how to use Slackware tag files to customize a Slackware install, plusthe secret of how to perform a Slackware install in less than half a gigabyte. shasum -a256=b0ec5f9b9f526f014ebc4c955e5da0edf4e96be1e19715165f9ef91ab43a87c5By klaatu-no@spam.member.fsf.org (Klaatu).
 
Exploration of the Slackware install set continues with inotify, some installscripts, ISA plug-and-play, jfsutils, kbd, kernel packages, with a few detoursinto the world of gzip redirection, some stuff about grep, and a howto oncompiling the Linux kernel. shasum -a256=e1ce088d19e7318c29745a954eff2b509c44db44fa3ca5406d1dae4fde41a6a0…
 
Exploration of the Slackware install set continues with inotify, some installscripts, ISA plug-and-play, jfsutils, kbd, kernel packages, with a few detoursinto the world of gzip redirection, some stuff about grep, and a howto oncompiling the Linux kernel. shasum -a256=e1ce088d19e7318c29745a954eff2b509c44db44fa3ca5406d1dae4fde41a6a0…
 
Klaatu gushes over Porteus, the portable Slackware distribution. shasum -a256=951dbd39a435001fd1818acadac123444ad9fc370ecbfcae15d6a7b88f895374By klaatu-no@spam.member.fsf.org (Klaatu).
 
We've chased Chris out of the studio and invented some new segments: First up Wes, in true TechSNAP style, highlights a few complicated ideas explained well, then it's on to updates from a few of our favorite projects, including some exciting news for WireGuard & a great collection of new stuff from around the internet. Plus special guest host ...…
 
We've chased Chris out of the studio and invented some new segments: First up Wes, in true TechSNAP style, highlights a few complicated ideas explained well, then it's on to updates from a few of our favorite projects, including some exciting news for WireGuard & a great collection of new stuff from around the internet. Plus special guest host ...…
 
We've chased Chris out of the studio and invented some new segments: First up Wes, in true TechSNAP style, highlights a few complicated ideas explained well, then it's on to updates from a few of our favorite projects, including some exciting news for WireGuard & a great collection of new stuff from around the internet. Plus special guest host ...…
 
We've chased Chris out of the studio and invented some new segments: First up Wes, in true TechSNAP style, highlights a few complicated ideas explained well, then it's on to updates from a few of our favorite projects, including some exciting news for WireGuard & a great collection of new stuff from around the internet. Plus special guest host ...…
 
We've chased Chris out of the studio and invented some new segments: First up Wes, in true TechSNAP style, highlights a few complicated ideas explained well, then it's on to updates from a few of our favorite projects, including some exciting news for WireGuard & a great collection of new stuff from around the internet. Plus special guest host ...…
 
It’s Season Nine Episode Forty-Four of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson, Martin Wimpress and Laura Cowen are connected and speaking to your brain. The same line up as last week are here again for another episode, but this is the last Ubuntu Podcast for Laura ever! :-( In this week’s show: We discuss what we’ve been upto recently: Pla ...…
 
It’s Season Nine Episode Forty-Four of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson, Martin Wimpress and Laura Cowen are connected and speaking to your brain. The same line up as last week are here again for another episode, but this is the last Ubuntu Podcast for Laura ever! :-( In this week’s show: We discuss what we’ve been upto recently: Pla ...…
 
It’s Season Nine Episode Forty-Four of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson, Martin Wimpress and Laura Cowen are connected and speaking to your brain. The same line up as last week are here again for another episode, but this is the last Ubuntu Podcast for Laura ever! :-( In this week’s show: We discuss what we’ve been upto recently: Pla ...…
 
It’s Season Nine Episode Forty-Four of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson, Martin Wimpress and Laura Cowen are connected and speaking to your brain. The same line up as last week are here again for another episode, but this is the last Ubuntu Podcast for Laura ever! :-( In this week’s show: We discuss what we’ve been upto recently: Pla ...…
 
It’s Season Nine Episode Forty-Four of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson, Martin Wimpress and Laura Cowen are connected and speaking to your brain. The same line up as last week are here again for another episode, but this is the last Ubuntu Podcast for Laura ever! :-( In this week’s show: We discuss what we’ve been upto recently: Pla ...…
 
Introduction [0:30] Hackware Micro-controllers and development boards [3:12] Digikey Pin Muxing ADC UART Arduino ESP8266 Toolchain PIC micro-controller MicroChip C Compiler ARM ARM gcc CMSIS ARM Cortex-M0 for free ARM Cortex-M0 IAR Toolchain KEIL MDK SDCC STM32 STM32 Discovery SPI STM32 Nucleo Breakpoint Arduino Serial.println JTAG ARM CMSIS DA ...…
 
It’s Episode Twenty-four of Season Nine of the Ubuntu Podcast! Mark Johnson, Alan Pope, Laura Cowen, and Martin Wimpress are here again. We’re here – all of us! In this week’s show: We interview elementary OS developers Daniel Foré, Cody Garver and Corentin Noël about the upcoming Loki release and a little bit about Snaps. We also discuss playi ...…
 
It’s Episode Twenty-four of Season Nine of the Ubuntu Podcast! Mark Johnson, Alan Pope, Laura Cowen, and Martin Wimpress are here again. We’re here – all of us! In this week’s show: We interview elementary OS developers Daniel Foré, Cody Garver and Corentin Noël about the upcoming Loki release and a little bit about Snaps. We also discuss playi ...…
 
It’s Episode Twenty-four of Season Nine of the Ubuntu Podcast! Mark Johnson, Alan Pope, Laura Cowen, and Martin Wimpress are here again. We’re here – all of us! In this week’s show: We interview elementary OS developers Daniel Foré, Cody Garver and Corentin Noël about the upcoming Loki release and a little bit about Snaps. We also discuss playi ...…
 
It’s Episode Twenty-four of Season Nine of the Ubuntu Podcast! Mark Johnson, Alan Pope, Laura Cowen, and Martin Wimpress are here again. We’re here – all of us! In this week’s show: We interview elementary OS developers Daniel Foré, Cody Garver and Corentin Noël about the upcoming Loki release and a little bit about Snaps. We also discuss playi ...…
 
It’s Episode Twenty-four of Season Nine of the Ubuntu Podcast! Mark Johnson, Alan Pope, Laura Cowen, and Martin Wimpress are here again. We’re here – all of us! In this week’s show: We interview elementary OS developers Daniel Foré, Cody Garver and Corentin Noël about the upcoming Loki release and a little bit about Snaps. We also discuss playi ...…
 
I tell the story of how I learned about computers and eventually came to be an avid Linux user. I've been using Linux as my primary operating system for almost 20 years now. My primary distribution of choice has always been Slackware, but I have branched out to some more "modern" distributions as well, particularly for workstation environments. ...…
 
I tell the story of how I learned about computers and eventually came to be an avid Linux user. I've been using Linux as my primary operating system for almost 20 years now. My primary distribution of choice has always been Slackware, but I have branched out to some more "modern" distributions as well, particularly for workstation environments. ...…
 
This article has been written by Seth Kenlon and is narrated for you by Geddes. It was first published on 2011-11-16 and some of the commands may have changed slightly. Please see https://opensource.com/life/11/11/introduction-kdenlive for the complete text. Seth Kenlon is an independent multimedia artist, free culture advocate, and UNIX geek. ...…
 
This article has been written by Seth Kenlon and is narrated for you by Geddes. It was first published on 2011-11-16 and some of the commands may have changed slightly. Please see https://opensource.com/life/11/11/introduction-kdenlive for the complete text. Seth Kenlon is an independent multimedia artist, free culture advocate, and UNIX geek. ...…
 
This is A Shadowy Figure speaking to you from southwest Florida on Hacker Public Radio, Brought to you by An Honest Host Dot Com where you can Get a 15% discount on all shared hosting with the offer code HPR15 thats H P R one five. Better webhosting that honest and fair at An Honest Host Dot Com. Not only do I mention An Honest Host Dot Com out ...…
 
Jthan, myself (the “dicks”), and two newcomers to GNU/Linux (the “virgins”) review some popular GNU/Linux distributions- why we love them, why we hate them, and why Slackware needs to just throw in the towel these days. (Full shownotes at https://sysadministrivia.com/episodes/S0E9)By admin@sysadministrivia.com (r00t^2).
 
Musings about the metadata, for a while, E-Tax, Wine and what we are watching on Netflix. Site blocking comes to fruition. Nicks not installed Slackware yet, Dan can’t run Gnome 3.16. We ramble a bit. The aforementioned wine helps that.
 
Today in this podcast we discuss Art Bell return in July and music royalties rights issue with podcasting and radio. We talk about Howard Sterns feelings on podcasts. We talk about House Of Cards Season 3 and Hemlock Grove final season. We talk about Bosch on Amazon Prime and prime original programs. We talk about Permaculture Business, my Gard ...…
 
New hosts Welcome to our new hosts: Rho`n, daw, Cibola Jerry. Last Month's Shows Id Date Title Host 1674 2015-01-01 New Year Show Part 1 of 8 HPR Volunteers 1675 2015-01-02 New Year Show Part 2 of 8 HPR Volunteers 1676 2015-01-05 HPR Community News for December 2014 HPR Volunteers 1677 2015-01-06 New Year Show Part 4 of 8 HPR Volunteers 1678 20 ...…
 
New hosts Welcome to our new hosts: Rho`n, daw, Cibola Jerry. Last Month's Shows Id Date Title Host 1674 2015-01-01 New Year Show Part 1 of 8 HPR Volunteers 1675 2015-01-02 New Year Show Part 2 of 8 HPR Volunteers 1676 2015-01-05 HPR Community News for December 2014 HPR Volunteers 1677 2015-01-06 New Year Show Part 4 of 8 HPR Volunteers 1678 20 ...…
 
HPR Community News for December 2014 New hosts Welcome to our new hosts: Rill, Michal Cieraszynski. Last Month's Shows Id Date Title Host 1651 2014-12-01 HPR Community News for November 2014 HPR Volunteers 1652 2014-12-02 GeekSpeak 2013-06-01 Various Creative Commons Works 1653 2014-12-03 Ruth Suehle at Ohio Linux Fest 2014 Ahuka 1654 2014-12-0 ...…
 
HPR Community News for December 2014 New hosts Welcome to our new hosts: Rill, Michal Cieraszynski. Last Month's Shows Id Date Title Host 1651 2014-12-01 HPR Community News for November 2014 HPR Volunteers 1652 2014-12-02 GeekSpeak 2013-06-01 Various Creative Commons Works 1653 2014-12-03 Ruth Suehle at Ohio Linux Fest 2014 Ahuka 1654 2014-12-0 ...…
 
mcnalu wrote a article about Slackware in Linux Voice, Issue 6. http://www.linuxvoice.com/issue-6/ Beni read this article which lead to him trying out Slackware and being very impressed by its simplicity. That's why he asked mcnalu to do a HPR episode about Slackware, which is probably the oldest Linux Distro that's still around and whose devel ...…
 
mcnalu wrote a article about Slackware in Linux Voice, Issue 6. http://www.linuxvoice.com/issue-6/ Beni read this article which lead to him trying out Slackware and being very impressed by its simplicity. That's why he asked mcnalu to do a HPR episode about Slackware, which is probably the oldest Linux Distro that's still around and whose devel ...…
 
This isn't about my worshiping of Bacchus by playing games on linux in a sauna (that's for a future show) but instead about getting a Windows-only Steam game to work on a recent 64 bit linux distro. I'm using Slackware, but I suspect the pitfalls and solutions I encountered would be similar on other distros. Links relevant to this adventure: ht ...…
 
This isn't about my worshiping of Bacchus by playing games on linux in a sauna (that's for a future show) but instead about getting a Windows-only Steam game to work on a recent 64 bit linux distro. I'm using Slackware, but I suspect the pitfalls and solutions I encountered would be similar on other distros. Links relevant to this adventure: ht ...…
 
We’ve got another round of great exclusive interviews from the floor of SouthEast LinuxFest 2014. Find out why Slackware is still going strong, the BSD kindness brigade & more!By chris@jupiterbroadcasting.com (Jupiter Broadcasting).
 
We’ve got another round of great exclusive interviews from the floor of SouthEast LinuxFest 2014. Find out why Slackware is still going strong, the BSD kindness brigade & more!By Jupiter Broadcasting.
 
We’ve got another round of great exclusive interviews from the floor of SouthEast LinuxFest 2014. Find out why Slackware is still going strong, the BSD kindness brigade & more!By chris@jupiterbroadcasting.com (Jupiter Broadcasting).
 
We’ve got another round of great exclusive interviews from the floor of SouthEast LinuxFest 2014. Find out why Slackware is still going strong, the BSD kindness brigade & more!By chris@jupiterbroadcasting.com (Jupiter Broadcasting).
 
Turns out there is a moron running things in Hell and on top of that he has an incredibly hard time getting to a point. It's as exciting as it sounds. Be ready to be bored to sleep. In our weekly series- Richard Warren Sears and James Cash Penny are stuck in limbo with nothing to do, UNTIL, they decide to return to earth and "GET BESOS!" Older ...…
 
HPR Episode: How I Got Into Computers 1. Got into computers in 1974 in high school. - School had a DEC PDP-11/20 minicomputer * Two ASR-33 Teletype terminals, keypunch, line printer, card sorter * Ran older operating system RSTS-11 v4a - Too low-end to run anything more recent. - 16K words of core memory: point-to-point wired "cores" - The syst ...…
 
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