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Linux on another planet, Chrome OS enjoys huge success, great Firefox improvements, a flawed but well-meaning idea for a laptop, free RHEL for FOSS projects, Xfce news, and KDE Korner. News Linux has made it to Mars Chromebooks outsold Macs worldwide in 2020, cutting into Windows market share Latest Firefox release includes Multiple Picture-in-Pict…
 
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 All Episodes
 
Which messaging services we use, Debian, web apps and Firefox in your Feedback, and running proper distros on Chromebooks. Messaging Overload Our thoughts on a recent blog post by popey about all the different messaging apps and services that he uses. Feedback Follow-up on Debian, progressive web apps, and supporting Firefox. Linux on Chrome OS dev…
 
Internet outrage about Raspberry Pi OS and Ubuntu on Azure, slightly new LibreOffice branding, when software freedom is a matter of life and death and more in the news, plus the usual Kool Kapers in KDE Korner. News Microsoft repo secretly installed on all Raspberry Pi’s Linux OS Pitchforks set to Stun Visual Studio Code comes to Raspberry Pi Patch…
 
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…
 
Whether Debian should be easier for new users, Twitter pretends to care about decentralisation, a protip about portable monitors, how we should run an online FOSS Talk Live, and your feedback. Using an Android tablet as a portable monitor All you need is a cheap USB capture device and an app from the Play Store. Full instructions here. Félim’s 800×…
 
Graham’s Pi microcontroller prediction comes true, great progress with Linux on M1 Macs, Element’s Play Store troubles, hope for Firefox and web standards docs, mixed VR news, a new tablet distro in KDE Korner, and more. News Meet Raspberry Silicon: Raspberry Pi Pico now on sale at $4 Arduino To Release Board Based on Raspberry Pi Silicon How We Po…
 
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 …
 
Will’s hybrid cloud approach to Pi-hole, and huge batch of feedback about all sorts including Firefox, convergence, home monitoring, email servers, and more. Pi-hole and WireGuard follow-up Double helping of Pi Hole Admin Join the community mumble get-together on 29th January 2021 at 10pm UK time. Details here. Listen to some of the last one on Lat…
 
Will’s questionable network gear recommendations, Wikipedia at 20, terrible BBC educational material, minimising e-waste, VMs vs containers, KDE Korner, and more. News Linux distro review: Intel’s own Clear Linux OS Ubiquiti, maker of prosumer routers and access points, has had a data breach BBC educational material about open source Wikipedia at 2…
 
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…
 
Monitoring and automating our homes, heating systems, brewing the perfect beer with a raspberry Pi, modern databases, KDE Korner, and more. Home monitoring and automation Will’s links: Raspberry Pi Heating Controller Heating controller code Graphing library InfluxDB Cloud 2 Node-RED Graham’s links: Home Assistant Domoticz HA Bridge Rtl_433 BrewPi (…
 
It’s that time of year where we look back at our 2020 predictions, and make some new ones for 2021. Linode Simplify your cloud infrastructure with Linode’s Linux virtual machines and develop, deploy, and scale your modern applications faster and more easily. Go to linode.com/latenightlinux and get started with $100 credit. Datadog This episode is s…
 
We look back at some of the biggest 2020 trends including Arm and Mozilla, consider the fallout from the recent CentOS announcement, and end on typically good KDE news. Plus details of a LNL community event. Two big 2020 topics Arm 8GB Raspberry Pi 4 on sale now at $75 Raspberry Pi 400 PinePhones Shipping PinePhone UBports Community Edition Pre-ord…
 
Faux outrage over the Linux Foundation’s lack of dogfooding, an attempt to port Linux to modern Macs, follow-up on search engines and privacy, KDE Korner, and more. News No dog food today – the Linux Foundation annual report marcan is creating Linux for Apple Silicon Macs Check out the most recent episode of Late Night Linux Extra Feedback Thanks t…
 
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…
 
What we actually mean when we use the word trust, good news for youtube-dl, why we don’t use DuckDuckGo, and Joe’s shocking switch to KDE Neon (on one machine). News Standing up for developers: youtube-dl is back GitHub Reinstates youtube-dl After RIAA’s Abuse of the DMCA We can do better than DuckDuckGo Admin Check out a recent episode of Late Nig…
 
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 …
 
Mint finally sorts out the Chromium mess, what distro we should be recommending to new users, a new Raspberry Pi, the problem with Let’s Encrypt’s success, and a packed KDE Korner. News Raspberry Pi 400 Raspberry Pi 400 with Ubuntu support Late Night Linux Extra episode about the PI 400 Linux Mint pushes out its own Chromium build to help users avo…
 
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…
 
Drama with open source office suites, the RIAA attacks open source, a new Ubuntu release complete with Raspberry Pi support, new Arm hardware, and the usual KDE goodness. News Apache Software Foundation Celebrates Two Decades Of OpenOffice LibreOffice rains on OpenOffice’s 20th anniversary parade, tells rival project to ‘do the right thing’ and die…
 
Why Windows isn’t switching to a Linux kernel, Will tells us how he stopped his kids using TikTok with a Raspberry Pi, possible LNL merch, and the usual goodness in KDE Korner. Linux-based Windows We discuss a recent post by Hayden Barnes about the ridiculous idea of Windows switching to a Linux kernel that ESR put out there a few weeks ago. Will’s…
 
Why WireGuard is the only VPN software worth using, games becoming open source, the slow demise of Mozilla, Cloudflare synergy with the Wayback Machine, KDE Korner, 3D printing updates, and more. News Amnesia is now open source! BBC Micro Elite source code Firefox usage is down 85% despite Mozilla’s top exec pay going up 400% Killed by Mozilla Inte…
 
How do we fix the broken Internet? We try to find solutions that don’t mean resorting to regulation. Plus Arm is sold again, Ubuntu community rumblings, a packed KDE Korner, and more. News NVIDIA to Acquire Arm for $40 Billion Arm co-founder starts ‘Save Arm’ campaign to keep independence amid $40B Nvidia deal Ubuntu community drama Mark Shuttlewor…
 
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 All Episodes
 
Bad news for Mozilla, divided opinion on modular phones, AI takes over aviation, whether Canonical is on the right path, and plenty of great developments in KDE Korner. News Joe will be doing Linux Action News again because Jupiter Broadcasting is independent again Changing World, Changing Mozilla Sources: Mozilla extends its Google search deal If …
 
Kyle returns, this time to talk to Joe about his experiences with Xubuntu. 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 All Episodes
 
How a Windows user views desktop Linux, some ask us anything questions, and Félim’s attempts to solve his RSI problem. Kyle the Windows user We discuss the recent episode of Late Night Linux Extra where Joe spoke to Kyle. He’s a technical Windows user who cares about privacy and security. He tried Linux but didn’t stick with it. Kyle will be back o…
 
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 All Episodes
 
A look back at the year in Linux so far, some speculation about what’s coming, Lineage OS on the Raspberry Pi, and KDE Korner. Lineage Love-in OnePlus One, Sony Xperia XZ2 series, F(x)tec Pro1 get LineageOS 17.1 Lineage 17.1 on the Pi Admin Keep an eye on the Late Night Linux Extra feed FOSS trends 2020 We take stock on the year in Linux and FOSS s…
 
It’s been an unusually busy couple of summer weeks so we dig into the news including Canonical teaming up with Google, more updates from Pine64, and LibreOffice drama. Plus Will came up with a new segment, and KDE Korner. News COVID Tracker Ireland app one of Linux Foundation Public Health’s first open source projects Canonical enables Linux deskto…
 
Great mobile Linux news, dispelling myths about desktop market share, the beginning of the end for BIOS booting, KDE Korner, and some more of your ask us anything questions. News UBports GSI brings Ubuntu Touch to any Project Treble-supported Android device Yet more claims that desktop Linux market share is increasing, but those stats aren’t reliab…
 
Will reminisces about netbooks, Joe has a new Pinebook Pro, Facebook’s complex morals, Bountysource worries the community, and KDE Korner. News Facebook did a bad thing to do a good thing Bountysource was going to change its terms so it could keep unclaimed bounties but then backtracked Xfce considers leaving Admin If you are a patron, ask us anyth…
 
Linux audio tips, upgrade vs nuke and pave, smartwatches, a new Raspberry Pi, Microsoft and Mint drama, and the shortest KDE Korner ever. News 8GB Raspberry Pi 4 on sale now at $75 Raspberry Pi OS (64 bit) beta test version Ubuntu 20.10 desktop might be officially supported on the Pi Mint not keen on snaps AppGet ‘really helped us,’ Microsoft says,…
 
The deeper implications of all of Microsoft’s recent announcements, good news for Munich, GNOME, and KDE, and mixed news for VR on Linux. News LiMux is back Patent case against GNOME resolved Half-Life: Alyx Update Adds Native Linux Support, Vulkan Rendering OAuth sign-in with Gmail enabled again in KMail and Kontact Admin If you are a patron, ask …
 
Good news for Linux phones and Raspberry Pi users, an embarrassing security incident, Keybase bought by Zoom, KDE Korner, some feedback, and more. Plugs 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. News /e/ Partners With Fairphone postmarketOS now boots on over 200 Linux …
 
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS has been released so we have a good look at the distro that will be around for 10 years. Plus good news for email, relative stability for Debian, GitHub’s power move, and loads of KDE developments in the news. Two new podcasts Joe has been busy over the last couple of weeks and has launched The New Show with Daniel Foré and Alan Po…
 
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 been a busy couple of weeks in the news including good news for UBports, changes to Firefox, Microsoft’s new LSM, potentially bad news for KDE, and more. Keep an eye on the All Episodes Feed for upcoming episodes of Late Night Linux Extra News PinePhone UBports Community Edition Pre-orders are Open PINEPHONE – “Community Edition: UBports” Limi…
 
The impacts of Coronovirus on Linux and open source, KDE Korner, and whether we are seeing the second big split in the FOSS world. Linux and the virus We mention that FOSS Talk Live 2020 is cancelled and talk about how Linux and FOSS will be affected by current world events. KDE Korner Plasma Bigscreen (homepage) Plasma Video Winner & Apps Winner A…
 
We try and lighten the mood with a silly new segment. Meanwhile in the news Microsoft makes another open source move, bad news for VR on Linux, and more. News Microsoft’s GitHub buys npm When Virgin Media said it leaked ‘limited contact info’, it meant p0rno filter requests Half Life Alyx is released 23rd March, with no Linux support, despite being…
 
Is it time to give up on the Linux desktop and concentrate on open source apps? Plus a conundrum for Félim, Raspberry Pi and GTK in the news, and KDE Korner. FOSS Talk Live 2020 Tickets and info here News GTK website revamp attempting to stake QT Pi4 Gets Server Ready A birthday gift: 2GB Raspberry Pi 4 now only $35 Félim spots OpenOffice on YouTub…
 
Joe has been playing with a PinePhone for a week and gives an honest appraisal. Plus Will’s simple solution to his Mac woes, switching to Linux and a community crowdfunder in the news, and a packed KDE Korner. News AppCenter for Everyone South Korea switching to Linux? Windows 7 users moving to Windows 10 Microsoft shares a roadmap for the new Micr…
 
Lots of news including Pine64, Linux gaming, Thunderbird, and WireGuard. Plus Will is looking to install a decent OS on his Mac, and mixed news in KDE Korner. FOSS Talk Live 2020 announcement The date has changed. It will now happen on 20th June at the Harrison near Kings Cross in London. More details here. News PinePhone Freedom HardROCK64 single-…
 
The death of Windows 7 presents yet another opportunity for the wide adoption of Linux on the desktop. Is that just wishful thinking? Plus Y2K comes back, bad news for Mozilla, a great new Nexcloud release, and more in the news. News Y2020 Mozilla Lays off 70 people PinePhones Shipping Nextcloud Hub now with KItinerary KDE Korner KUserFeedback with…
 
It’s officially the future so we look back at our predictions from last year and make some new ones for 2020. Digital Ocean This episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean. Go to do.co/lnl and get started with $50 of credit. Digital Ocean provides virtual private servers all over the world with full root access starting at $5 per month, and other great …
 
It’s almost Christmas so it’s time to look back at 2019 and talk about some of the news stories that shaped the year. January Amazon launches Mongo-compatible DocumentDB MongoDB removed from major distros February Redis Labs raises $60 million for its NoSQL database Redis Labs changes its open-source license — again March Google launches game strea…
 
Chrome OS is by far the most popular Linux-based desktop OS and we find out if that top spot is deserved. Plus Ubuntu, Zorin, Firefox, Kali, and more in the news. News Ubuntu Pro 64-bit Ubuntu now works on Pi 4 The Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Pre-release Survey First Ever Release of Ubuntu Cinnamon Distribution is Finally Here! Zorin OS Responds to Privacy Co…
 
What does a long-term Linux user think of macOS? We ask Will. Plus gaming, Google, the PInephone, and KDE in the news. News Google Kills Cloud Print Google plans to offer bank accounts next year Steam’s Remote Play Together is out of beta Half-Life: Alyx Releasing In March 2020 With Linux Support PINEPHONE – “BraveHeart” Limited Edition Linux Smart…
 
We find out what Ubuntu 19.10 is like on the Raspberry Pi 4, and then take it too far. Plus plenty of news, Graham channelling Vangelis, and something about KDE. News LinuxApp Summit Kicks Off Site Kit is now available for all WordPress sites Google open source VR SDK The downside of Ubiquiti network gear Linux Foundation introduces telemetry polic…
 
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