Late Night Linux – Episode 89


Good news for Linux phones and Raspberry Pi users, an embarrassing security incident, Keybase bought by Zoom, KDE Korner, some feedback, and more.



Check out Joe’s other podcasts The New Show with Daniel Foré and Alan Pope, and 2.5 Admins with Jim Salter and Allan Jude.



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postmarketOS now boots on over 200 Linux phones and tablets

SaltStack authorization bypass

Raspberry Pi announces $50 12-megapixel camera with interchangeable lenses

RetroPie 4.6 released with Raspberry Pi 4 support

Keybase joins Zoom



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Ian got in touch to point out that GitLab isn’t quite as open source as we had made out.


KDE Korner

Akademy: Call for Proposals

Ubuntu Studio switching to Plasma and are already making progress

Desktop Plasma on an Android Tablet




Digital Ocean

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