Late Night Linux – Episode 198


Stadia is finally dead, Valve has shipped a million Steam Decks, Canonical tries to win back the community, Debian votes for common sense, acres of RISC-V laptops, KDE Korner, and more.



A message about Stadia and our long term streaming strategy

New games were still being added last month

Canonical launches free personal Ubuntu Pro subscriptions for up to five machines

Amazon WorkSpaces Introduces Ubuntu Desktops

First RISC-V laptop available

The Steam Deck is now available with no reservations required (mostly)

What KDE are doing to improve Steam Deck and desktop mode (shipped over a MILLION!)

Debian Chooses A Reasonable, Common Sense Solution To Dealing With Non-Free Firmware


KDE Korner

Akademy videos Day 1 & Day 2 (incl. Nate’s Goal)

Akademy BOFs & Translations on UserBase

KDE Neon 22.04 will have Firefox PPA instead of snap

Overhall of Kontact Encryption

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