Late Night Linux – Episode 223


Keeping your house plants alive using open hardware, searching for apps in multiple package formats at once, processing and analysing smartwatch data, working out who is using all the bandwidth on your network, and building a minimal Linux ISO to play Doom. Plus a novel way to solve the FOSS funding problem, and Proton as the ultimate Linux gaming platform.




Chirp plant alarm

Garmin watch offline sync with Postrunner








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