Late Night Linux Extra – Episode 12

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Joe is joined by Brent Gervais, a professional photographer who exclusively uses Linux, to discuss the insights he has gained into the open source mindset during his time as host of Brunch with Brent; including a deep sense of collaboration, and the inherent optimism which occasionally causes issues.

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux – Episode 103

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What we actually mean when we use the word trust, good news for youtube-dl, why we don’t use DuckDuckGo, and Joe’s shocking switch to KDE Neon (on one machine).

 

News

Standing up for developers: youtube-dl is back

GitHub Reinstates youtube-dl After RIAA’s Abuse of the DMCA

We can do better than DuckDuckGo

 

Admin

Check out a recent episode of Late Night Linux Extra.

 

Feedback: Trust

We were asked what each of us mean when we talk about trusting an organisation.

Your computer isn’t yours

Apple responds to privacy concerns over Mac software security process

NSA Spying

 

KDE Korner

Linux App Summit

All Talks Playlist

GCompris is 20

KDE Pinephone: The Point

Joe talked about his experiences of using KDE Neon.

 

 

 

 

Datadog

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Entroware

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Digital Ocean

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Late Night Linux Extra – Episode 11

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Joe is joined by former colleague Drew DeVore to talk about his new job as a sysadmin, the ridiculous lengths he goes to in order to use Linux for everything, Fedora and Silverblue, Flatpak and Snaps, WSL, constantly trying out new software, and much more.

 

 

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Late Night Linux – Episode 102

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Mint finally sorts out the Chromium mess, what distro we should be recommending to new users, a new Raspberry Pi, the problem with Let’s Encrypt’s success, and a packed KDE Korner.

 

News

Raspberry Pi 400

Raspberry Pi 400 with Ubuntu support

Late Night Linux Extra episode about the PI 400

Linux Mint pushes out its own Chromium build to help users avoid Canonical’s Snap Store

How to switch an old Windows laptop to Linux

Let’s Encrypt: Standing on Our Own Two Feet

Chrome will soon have its own dedicated certificate root store

 

 

KDE Korner

New SysMon on the way & Dolphin Feedback

Kontact better & better

KDE Android News

Kate is 20 years old!

 

 

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Lernard

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Digital Ocean

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Late Night Linux Extra – Episode 10

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The Raspberry Pi 400 is here!

Joe is joined by Jim Salter from Ars Technica and 2.5 Admins to discuss his initial impressions, and then Martin Wimpress to talk about Ubuntu Desktop and Ubuntu MATE on the Pi 400 and Pi 4.

 

 

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Late Night Linux – Episode 101

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Drama with open source office suites, the RIAA attacks open source, a new Ubuntu release complete with Raspberry Pi support, new Arm hardware, and the usual KDE goodness.

 

News

Apache Software Foundation Celebrates Two Decades Of OpenOffice

LibreOffice rains on OpenOffice’s 20th anniversary parade, tells rival project to ‘do the right thing’ and die

youtube-dl removed from GitHub by RIAA takedown notice

Antennapod 2.0 released

Ubuntu 20.10 Released

20.10 on the Pi 4 video

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 on sale now from $25

New Home-Cloud platform: ODROID-HC4

 

KDE Korner

Plasma 5.20 and 5.20.1 released

Krita 4.4.0 released

Plasma browser integration on Edge

Inside KDE: leadership and long-term planning

 

 

 

Entroware

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Datadog

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Digital Ocean

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Late Night Linux – Episode 100

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Why Windows isn’t switching to a Linux kernel, Will tells us how he stopped his kids using TikTok with a Raspberry Pi, possible LNL merch, and the usual goodness in KDE Korner.

 

Linux-based Windows

We discuss a recent post by Hayden Barnes about the ridiculous idea of Windows switching to a Linux kernel that ESR put out there a few weeks ago.

 

Will’s adventures in DNS

Will has been checking out Pi-hole and AdGuard.

 

KDE Korner

My KDE

Plasma Mobile update: September 2020

Plasma 5.20 is nigh

 

 

 

TrueNAS from iXsystems

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Lernard

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Digital Ocean

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Late Night Linux – Episode 99

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Why WireGuard is the only VPN software worth using, games becoming open source, the slow demise of Mozilla, Cloudflare synergy with the Wayback Machine, KDE Korner, 3D printing updates, and more.

 

News

Amnesia is now open source!

BBC Micro Elite source code

Firefox usage is down 85% despite Mozilla’s top exec pay going up 400%

Killed by Mozilla

Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine gets way more websites in Cloudflare fail-over deal

 

WireGuard

Félim has been playing with WireGuard, and tells us about how easy it is to set up and use.

 

KDE Korner

Running PlasmaShell with Vulkan

KDE websites update

 

 

 

 

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Entroware

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Late Night Linux – Episode 98

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How do we fix the broken Internet? We try to find solutions that don’t mean resorting to regulation. Plus Arm is sold again, Ubuntu community rumblings, a packed KDE Korner, and more.

 

News

NVIDIA to Acquire Arm for $40 Billion

Arm co-founder starts ‘Save Arm’ campaign to keep independence amid $40B Nvidia deal

Ubuntu community drama

Mark Shuttleworth to revive Ubuntu Community Council after body shrinks to single member – Mark Shuttleworth

Amiga Fast File System makes minor comeback in new Linux kernel

 

Admin

Check out Paddy’s new show Tabs, Not Spaces

Check out Jono Bacon’s book club

 

Fixing the Internet

Mozilla CEO Mitchell Baker urges European Commission to seize ‘once-in-a-generation’ opportunity

EU lawmakers say it’s time to go further on tackling disinformation

Telling people to delete Facebook won’t fix the internet

 

KDE Korner

KDE Plasma 5.20 Will Alert You If Your Disk Is Failing, New Bluetooth page & in 20.12 (while out) Annotations in Spectacle

Fedora 34 KDE Spin Planning Switch To Wayland

Akademy makes the magic happen: Check Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu & Fri / Fri Wrap

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux Extra – Episode 09

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Kyle returns again, this time to address some of the feedback we have received from previous episodes, and to talk about his brief experiences with Pop!_OS.

 

Kyle mentioned f.lux and Winamp.

 

 

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