Episodes Tagged with “ubuntu”
We found 10 episodes of Linux Action News with the tag “ubuntu”.
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Episode 34: Linux Action News 34
December 19th, 2017
31 mins 55 secs
2018 predictions, apache, arch, bitcoin, bitcoin predictions, fedora, gnome, linux 2018 predictions, linux action show, linux news, linux top 10, pipewire, plasma, server, ubuntu, vulcan, wayland
Our top 4 predictions for Linux in 2018, and then we shift gears and give you the top 6 things we hope just might happen.
Linux Action News 29
November 26th, 2017
23 mins 57 secs
android, brad spengler, google, i3, kees cook, linus torvalds, linux kernel, location data, mir, security, sway, tracking, ubuntu, wayland, xfce
Android tracking more invasive than previously known, Ubuntu wants your ideas for Mir, Linus gets heated about Kernel security and we focus on the technical issue at the heart of the matter.
Linux Action News 27
November 11th, 2017
30 mins 5 secs
18.04, adwaita, apple, bitcoin, canonical, chromeos, crossover, cups, dex, gaming, gpl, linux action show, linux news, linux on galaxy, podcast, segwit2x, steam, ubuntu, valve, wine
Linux on Galaxy phones is further along than expected, Bitcoin's bad week explained, and CrossOver enables Windows apps, on ChromeOS.
Linux Action News 26
November 5th, 2017
23 mins 35 secs
bitcoin, canonical, conservancy, gnome advisory board, ibm, jupiter broadcasting, law, librem 5, linux action news, linux action show, linux kernel enforcement statement, linux news, plasma mobile, sco, sflc, software freedom conservancy, software freedom law center, tormoil, ubuntu
The Plasma Mobile project sets humble goals, Firefox learns new tricks, a TOR flaw for Linux users, and Canonical joins the Gnome Advisory Board.
Plus a new report claims every Bitcoin transaction uses as much energy as your house in a week, and two legal matters that may have long-term impacts on the Linux community.
Linux Action News 20
September 24th, 2017
24 mins 54 secs
android, drm, eff, eme, facebook, foss, gnome, librem 5, linux, patents, pipewire, react.js, red hat, replicant, ubports, ubuntu
A huge week for mobile Linux, big multimedia news, DRM causes more upset and great patent news for FOSS.
Linux Action News 19
September 16th, 2017
26 mins 39 secs
bluebourne, bluetooth, firefox containers, gnome, jupiterbroadcasting, kde, linux news, linux podcast, manjaro laptop, plasma mobile, purism, ubuntu
Gnome users have something to celebrate, Purism and KDE are working together, and Manjaro has some hardware.
Linux Action News 17
September 3rd, 2017
25 mins 57 secs
android, blockchain, essential, kernel, linux, open source, phoenix os, reddit, ubuntu
More Ubuntu news, source being opened and closed, Android finally getting serious about the kernel, disappointments from Essential, Blockchain is about way more than Bitcoin and great news for Linux desktop marketshare.
Linux Action News 14
August 12th, 2017
31 mins 36 secs
4k video on linux, android, canonical, discord, firefox, flatpak, google, hardware accelerated codecs, linux battery life, linux news, snaps, solus, streaming os updates, ubuntu, ubuntu 17.10, video playback
Flatpak and Snaps get a boost, changes to the Ubuntu community, and development on Ubuntu 17.10 and taken an interesting turn. Plus good news about Firefox and Android updates.
Linux Action News 13
August 6th, 2017
29 mins 15 secs
bitcoin cash, btrfs, gnome desktop, krita, linux action news, linux news, permabit, podcast, red hat, ubuntu
Surprising details in how Ubuntu's Gnome desktop is getting implemented, Krita hits some troubles but the community comes to the rescue, Bitcoin splits, Firefox sends, and Red Hat gives up on Btrfs.
Linux Action News 12
July 29th, 2017
31 mins 33 secs
adobe, debian, fedora, fedora 26, flash, linux news, mozilla, opensuse, project common voice, reproducible builds, ubuntu
A good week for desktop Linux with news from Ubuntu, Fedora, and openSUSE. Plus our take on the pending death of Flash, some great work by the Debian project, and Mozilla updates us on Project Common Voice.