Late Night Linux – Episode 195

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Whether images created by AI count as art, self-hosted audio streaming, a hex editor, playing Steam games from remote machines, QEMU on an iPad, and more.

 

Discoveries

Navidrome

ImHex

Moonlight

UTM running Windows 10 on an M1 iPad Pro

 

AI “art”

Artwork generated using AI software Midjourney won a state competition

Professional AI whisperers have launched a marketplace for DALL-E prompts

 

 

Kolide

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Late Night Linux – Episode 194

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Huge wins for RISC-V and Ubuntu Unity, the changing ways that software is distributed, and a sad lament for young people’s privacy. Plus why KDE Plasma isn’t default in many major distros, along with the usual goodness in the Korner.

 

News

NASA Selects SiFive and Makes RISC-V the Go-to Ecosystem for Future Space Missions

Ubuntu Unity Becoming An Official Flavour With 22.10 Release

github-cli Debian package GPG key expires

LG is bringing NFTs to its smart TVs – The Verge

NFT shit-list

 

Feedback

UK officials still blocking Peter Wright’s ‘embarrassing’ Spycatcher files

 

KDE Korner

Neal Gompa explains why do none of the major distros have KDE Plasma as default 

KDE Promo Sprint

Kaidan 0.9 E2E & ATM

These Weeks in KDE

 

 

 

Linode

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Entroware

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Late Night Linux – Episode 193

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A great FOSS text to speech engine, taking ownership of your audiobooks, and making chiptune music. Plus your feedback about SMS messages, docks, earbuds, being stuck in the Apple ecosystem, and more.

 

Discoveries

TTS

audible-activator

Furnace

 

Feedback

Gadgetbridge

LNL-Discoveries

LNL-Discoveries – GitHub

 

 

 

 

Kolide

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Late Night Linux – Episode 192

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We catch up on a month’s worth of news including GitHub and GitLab controversies, Arduino multitasking, VLC being banned in India, Google’s false positives in scans, and KDE Korner.

 

News

Introducing multitasking to Arduino

GitLab U-turns on deleting dormant projects after backlash

Give nothing, expect nothing: GitLab’s the latest punching bag for entitled users

GitHub courts controversy by suspending Tornado Cash developers and reneging on cookie commitments

Code, Speech, and the Tornado Cash Mixer

VLC Media Player banned in India, website and VLC download link blocked

Google’s Scans of Private Photos Led to False Accusations of Child Abuse

 

KDE Korner

Nate’s updates: Fewer microscopic bugfixes and weekly updates 1 2 3 4

Kate macro recording

Krita 5.1 & KDEnlive 22.08

KDE Snap Packages

Neon 22.04 Docker Images

Akademy Talk Schedule Live

 

 

 

 

Tailscale

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Linode

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Late Night Linux – Episode 191

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Playing with Arduinos, a 1337 h4x0r tool, ChromeOS Flex, a proprietary software win, whether open-sourcing AI makes sense, and more.

 

Discoveries

Tauno Serial Plotter

kdb-audio

ChromeOS Flex is now generally available

 

Discussion

Open source isn’t working for AI

 

 

 

Kolide

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Late Night Linux – Episode 190

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It’s the London meetup live show special! Joe is joined by Alex and Gary to discuss how to accept that most people who use/connect to Linux machines don’t use it on the desktop.

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux – Episode 189

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Loads of useful discoveries, a Lineage tale of woe, yet more trolling of Félim, and more.

 

Discoveries

bat

Beej’s guide to network programming

LinuxCommandLibrary and f-droid app

Galaxy Buds Client

Lineage problems

battop

 

Feedback

Late Night Linux Discoveries

code

Joe’s RSS Thingy

Bismuth

How to Prolong Lithium-based Batteries

GoatCounter

 

 

 

 

Kolide

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Linode

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Late Night Linux – Episode 188

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Torvalds is using an Arm Mac with Asahi, potentially bad news for ChromeOS in Europe, a remarkable Debian server upgrade, Facebook wins a battle in the URL war, Minecraft shuns NFTs, KDE Korner, and more.

 

News

London Meetup 5th August near The Eye

Microsoft clarifies store policy on commercial FOSS

Torvalds is using Asahi on an Arm Mac, and the next kernel will be 6.0

Torvalds didn’t expect to run Linux on Arm Macs

Denmark bans Chromebooks and Google Workspace in schools over data transfer risks

MicrocodeDecryptor

Facebook Is Now Encrypting Links to Prevent URL Stripping

Debian skip-skip-cross-up-grade

Official Unreal Engine 5 editor binaries for Linux have been published

Minecraft and NFTs

Banned from Minecraft, crypto group says it’ll just make a better game

 

KDE Korner

Latte Dock | Farewell…

The Eco Sprint

Kate incremental updates and Itinerary Update

Bit of love for Discover

Multihead will be no more

 

 

 

 

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Late Night Linux – Episode 187

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Graham played with a Steam Deck, Will switched to Firefox, Félim cleaned up his home directory, and Joe obsessed over battery health. Plus Copilot follow-up, and more.

 

Discoveries

Firefox

xdg-ninja

Steam Deck

inxi

coconutBattery

 

Feedback

lnl-discoveries

LanguageTool

Linux Downtime 51

 

 

Kolide

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Late Night Linux – Episode 186

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Thinkpads that won’t boot Linux by default, Lennart moves to Microsoft, the Firefox Snap is finally a lot faster, Reddit shows its true colours, KDE Korner, and more.

 

News

London Meetup 5th August near The Eye

Lenovo Secured-core PC unable to boot Linux from a USB stick

Responsible stewardship of the UEFI secure boot ecosystem

Lennart leaves Red Hat and Goes to Microsoft

Microsoft is a Linux and open source company

Firefox snap performance Part 3: significant startup improvements

Reddit and Nothing NFTs

 

KDE Korner

KDE eV Report 2021

Last and This week in KDE

Should Fedora sponsor KDE officially?

 

 

 

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