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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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Ubuntu AI is a community where experts talk about the impact of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science. There will be technical and business conversations focused on open-source technology and its importance of it in the area. Andreea Munteanu, AI/ML Product Manager, and Maciej Mazur, Principal AI/ML Engineer, are your hosts, walking through a wide range of conversations about machine learning operations, open source tooling, artificial intelligence and more… If you want ...
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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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Bilingual Magazine about Inspiration Motivation Entrepreneurship Technology Politics and Arts, Inspired on Ubuntu Philosophy Umuntu Ngumuntu Ngabantu by Juan Rodulfo | Revista bilingüe sobre inspiración, motivación, emprendimiento, tecnología, política y artes, inspirada en la filosofía de Ubuntu Umuntu Ngumuntu Ngabantu por Juan Rodulfo
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How did your favorite Linux distribution get its start? Join us and find out! Linux User Space is hosted by Leo and Dan, and every two weeks we deep dive into the history of Linux distributions and the things that matter to us. Episodes drop every other Monday.
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Everyday Ubuntu

The Brand is Female

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Both a way of life and a philosophy, Ubuntu is Africa’s gift to the world. Hosted by Mungi Ngomane, a human rights activist, patron of the Tutu Foundation UK and author of the book Everyday Ubuntu: Living Better Together the African Way, this show engages in conversations about our common humanity. Because Ubuntu is a way to live life better together, our episodes include exchanges with inspiring personalities from around the world who fight for causes they believe in, who recognize their ow ...
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On THE UBUNTU PEOPLE's Podcast, we will offer stories about people, lives and experiences that reflect humanity in all its glory, its folly, its success, sorrow, transformation and transcendence. Perhaps you shall see your humanity reflected back to you and may be inspired to shine on for someone else.
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Light-hearted discussions about the basic pillars of nutrition, fitness, health and well-being presented in a easy-to-understand fashion. If your are struggling to lose weight, achieve a balanced diet or just want to learn more about nutrition, this is the podcast for you. Episodes will be short and digestible, with a delightful combination of solo and guest features. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Ubuntu Live with Nobuntu Webster

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Conversations with Africans who are building – movements, innovations, institutions, ideas and communities – to share their minds, their work, and their hearts. A space to learn from each other, to collaborate with each other, to support each other.
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Lococast

Rick Harding and Craig Maloney

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There are lots of great podcasts about technology out there, but they're generally done by folks that aren't deep down in the trenches dealing with technology first-hand. Rick Harding and Craig Maloney both understand technology, and boy do they have some opinions about it. Join them for the Lococast podcast as they debate, dissect, and dismantle the current tech issues of the day, all with a local Ubuntu flair. They may not agree on all of the issues, but they definitely have opinions.
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Jupiter@Nite MP3

Jupiter Broadcasting

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Jupiter@Nite: Jupiter Broadcasting's nightly video show that wraps up your entire day. Finish the day with us on the live stream, or kick off your morning with the final word from last night's show!
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Jupiter@Nite: Jupiter Broadcasting's nightly video show that wraps up your entire day. Finish the day with us on the live stream, or kick off your morning with the final word from last night's show!
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Jupiter@Nite: Jupiter Broadcasting's nightly video show that wraps up your entire day. Finish the day with us on the live stream, or kick off your morning with the final word from last night's show!
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BeagleBoard

Jason Kridner, Gerald Coley and Jeffery Osier-Mixon

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BeagleBoard.org supports open hardware, low-power, low-cost, fan-less computers using Texas Instruments ARM processors. See http://BeagleBoard.org for more information.
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The continuing adventures of two geeks, friends from birth, neck deep in shiny new and rusty ole with an eye to sky and all feet on the ground.Weekly. Mostly.Shiny Podcast: following the light and throwing a little shade on the newest and brightest in today’s gaming and technology...
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HowTo Linux MP3

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HowTo Linux will guide you through the amazing world of Linux. From switching to Windows, to building the ultimate home theater, firewall, office file server, and just about anything else.
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HowTo Linux will guide you through the amazing world of Linux. From switching to Linux, to building the ultimate home theater, firewall, office file server, and just about anything else.
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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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Failures from the Field is a new podcast brought to you by Ubuntu Education Fund. Hosted by Jordan Levy, international development expert and Chief External Relations Officer of Ubuntu, each episode dives deep into some of the most pervasive problems facing international development. Through interviews with the best and brightest development leaders, this series explores the often unheard realities of non-profit fundraising, what it truly takes to transform lives, and the failures which ulti ...
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Season 2 of Ubuntu AI podcast is here! After a start with great guests and great feedback from our listeners, we are ready to kickstart a new series of episodes. We will continue talking about AI and open source, focusing mostly on the machine learning lifecycle, AI on public cloud, AI at the edge and the security angle of the AI projects. This tim…
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Adivinhem quem voltou ao Daily Show? O Jon Stewart. E quem recebemos hoje no podcast? Não foi o Jon Stewart. O Diogo continua a ter problemas com o Home Assistant (não podia faltar) e falou-se de diferentes tamanhos de Slimbook e carrinhas de campismo, encontros de Ubuntu, férias na neve com o Popey, snowboards e motherboards, encontros de Linux e …
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Overview This week the Linux kernel project announced they will be assigning their ownCVEs so we discuss the possible implications and fallout from such a shift, pluswe cover vulnerabilities in the kernel, Glance_store, WebKitGTK, Bind and more. This week in Ubuntu Security Updates 64 unique CVEs addressed [LSN-0100-1] Linux kernel vulnerability (0…
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On this episode of TWIL, the Buddies of Budgie have released a new version of the Budgie Desktop, Ubuntu has announced some ambitious goals for the next release of the distro. The Flathub has hit a major milestone. openSUSE is getting geared up for the openSUSE Conference. Plus Purism is making some waves with the […]…
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https://youtu.be/6sdghKEqHyI Download as MP3 Sponsored by Kolide: If a device isn't secure, it can't access your apps. It's device trust for Okta. Visit https://destinationlinux.net/kolide to learn more and watch a demo. Sponsored by LINBIT: Visit destinationlinux.net/linbit to learn how LINBIT’s OSS, based on DRBD® and LINSTOR®, can be used for Ku…
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February seems to be a really big month for desktop environment news because KDE Plasma is almost upon us with the release next week. GNOME has announced the beta release of GNOME 46. LXQt has dropped some big news that LXQt 2.0 is on its way. and there may be another distro already interested in […]…
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First up in the news: Linux Mint Monthly News, Google Is Dying News, Samsung defends GenAI, India bans Protonmail, NGINX Core Dev Quits and Forks In security and privacy: Critical bootkit vulnerability affects most Linux distros, BitLocker smashed in minutes with pico SBC, and Mozilla helps you wipe your data Then in our Wanderings: Joe plays games…
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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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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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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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Neste episódio com o número 286 (nostalgia!….), recebemos dois convidados sublimes: Joana Simões e João Jotta. Falámos sobre as nossas aventuras com Streamdeck e apps desnecessárias para tudo e para nada, Raspberry Pis empilhados em torre, ventoinhas partidas, Ubuntu Pro, canais fixes no Youtube e declarações polémicas do Diogo que estão a incendia…
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In our Innards section: Bill explains the current mintCast infrastructure In “Check This Out” we share a call for new shows by Hacker Public Radio And finally, the feedback and a couple of suggestions 00:00:00 – Intro 00:01:06 – Innards 00:40:07 – Check This Out 00:45:07 – Housekeeping and Announcemnts 00:45:48 – Wrap Up 00:48:49 – Outro Full Show …
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https://youtu.be/n67f2zZNhok Download as MP3 Sponsored by Kolide: If a device isn't secure, it can't access your apps. It's device trust for Okta. Visit destinationlinux.net/kolide to learn more and watch a demo. Sponsored by LINBIT: Visit destinationlinux.net/linbit to learn how LINBIT’s OSS, based on DRBD® and LINSTOR®, can be used for Kubernetes…
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On this episode of TWIL (252), we have a new version of the core graphics stack project Mesa. A very small yet phoenix-like distro is rising from the ashes of deprecation. Kubuntu has released their plans for Kubuntu 24.04 and the roadmap for implementing KDE Plasma 6. elementary has released a preview of the next […]…
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Overview AppArmor unprivileged user namespace restrictions are back on the agenda thisweek as we survey the latest improvements to this hardening feature in theupcoming Ubuntu 24.04 LTS, plus we discuss SMTP smuggling in Postfix, runCcontainer escapes and Qualys’ recent disclosure of a privilege escalationexploit for GNU libc and more. This week in…
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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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In this episode, we discuss: Reading magazines with Libby and Calibre plugins. Building Telegram for Asahi Linux. Virtualising on an M2 Macbook with Lima You can send your feedback via show@linuxmatters.sh or the Contact Form. If you’d like to hang out with other listeners and share your feedback with the community you can join: The Linux Matters C…
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https://youtu.be/QCb-QR7ygMA On this episode of Destination Linux (357), we cover a variety of AI topics from job losses in the tech industry due to AI to regulating AI technology and a delusional article that thinks Open Source AI is the worst form of the technology. Then we discuss the fight between Firefox and Apple where the EU is forcing brows…
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Coming up in this episode We add to the KDE saga We search for the humans on the other end of the Internet We pour over the Feedback We focus on the Gentoo feedback The Video Version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tALGS4Vtei0 Timestamps 0:00 Cold Open 1:30 The KDE AMA 7:47 The Truth About KDE 4.0 19:46 AppImage Is Broken in Ubuntu 24:47 There Be H…
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