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In the latest community meetup recording we discuss the best distros for low end and high end hardware. Check out the 2.5 Admins podcast. See our contact page for ways to get in touch. See the RSS Feeds page for ways to subscribe to the show.โดย Late Night Linux Extra
 
In this recording from the second community meetup we talk about why we use our particular distros including Mint, Manjaro and Solus, and hear from a WSL user who’s relatively new to Linux. Datadog This episode is sponsored by Datadog – the unified monitoring and analytics platform for comprehensive visibility into cloud, hybrid, and multi-cloud en…
 
Joe is joined by Alan Pope – Developer Advocate at Canonical working on Snapcraft & Ubuntu to talk about Snaps. The PR problem, the non-free element, security, speed issues, and even some positive stuff. Honest. Alan posted a transcript of this episode on his blog. Datadog This episode is sponsored by Datadog – the unified monitoring and analytics …
 
What’s likely to happen over the next year in open source, how we evaluate the security and privacy of distros, and more in this recording of the first LNL community meetup. Datadog This episode is sponsored by Datadog – the unified monitoring and analytics platform for comprehensive visibility into cloud, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments. Star…
 
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. Datadog This episode is sponsored by Datadog – t…
 
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. Datadog This episode is sponsored by Datadog – the unified monitoring and analytics platform …
 
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. Datadog This episode is sponsored by Datadog – the unified monitoring and analytics platform for comprehensive visibility into cl…
 
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. See our contact page for ways to get in touch. See the RSS Feeds page for ways to subscribe to the show.โดย Late Night Linux Extra
 
Joe is joined by Kyle, a technical Windows user who cares about privacy and security. He tried Linux but didn’t stick with it. We try to get to the bottom of why that happened. See our contact page for ways to get in touch. See the RSS Feeds page for ways to subscribe to the show.โดย Late Night Linux Extra
 
LNL Extra is back! Joe is joined by Michael Hall to talk about his experiences of converting conferences to online events. Check out Michael’s blog post about the subject here and follow him on Twitter and visit his website. See our contact page for ways to get in touch. See the RSS Feeds page for ways to subscribe to the show.…
 
It’s the OggCamp 2018 live show! Joe is joined by Jon Spriggs, Martin Wimpress, Dan Lynch, and Dave Lee at OggCamp. We spoke about spreading the word about collaboration culture, and how we rationalise using proprietary solutions over open ones. See our contact page for ways to get in touch. See the RSS Feeds page for ways to subscribe to the show.…
 
It’s the last episode of LNLE. At least for the time being. GIMP 2.10 Jehan Pagès spoke about the latest major release of GIMP, but forgot to plug the film that he’s working on called ZeMarmot. Bad News This is the last episode of Late Night Linux Extra in its current format. See our contact page for ways to get in touch. See the RSS Feeds page for…
 
Asteroid OS 1.0 and openSUSE Leap 15. Asteroid OS Florent Revest talks about the recent release of Asteroid OS, the open source operating system for smartwatches. openSUSE Leap 15 Richard Brown talks about the recent openSUSE Leap 15 release. See our contact page for ways to get in touch. See the RSS Feeds page for ways to subscribe to the show.…
 
The new KDE Plasma beta and the future of Xubuntu. KDE Plasma 5.13 beta and Berlin Sprint Jonathan Riddell talks about the recent KDE sprint in Berlin and the recent beta of Plasma 5.13. We also spoke about running KDE Neon on the Pinebook, and also the Slimbook II. Xubuntu Sean Davis talks about the future of Joe’s favourite distro, Xubuntu. See o…
 
A new sister show is born! Joe finds out about the recent Fedora 28 release and the upcoming beta of elementary OS 5. Fedora 28 Matthew Miller talks about the new release of Fedora. elementary OS 5 beta Daniel Foré talks about the upcoming beta of Juno. See our contact page for ways to get in touch. See the RSS Feeds page for ways to subscribe to t…
 
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