May 3rd, 2023 | 10 mins 34 secs
ai, amazon, amd, apple, asahi lina, asahi linux, briar, c macros, canonical, collabora, czech republic, display drivers, e2ee, element chat, encryption, end-to-end encryption, fake reviews, fakespot, google, graphics, hackfest, hdr, hdr hackfest, india, intel, ioctl, kde, linux 6.4, linux action news, linux desktop, linux kernel, linux news podcast, matrix, miguel ojeda, mozilla, nvidia, pakistan, pin-init, pin-init api, privacy, product reviews, red hat, restrict, rust, rust for linux, security, system76, unsafe rust, vlc
The results from the recent HDR Hackfest, Mozilla's new acquisition, and the concerning crack down on free software encryption.
January 12th, 2023 | 12 mins 21 secs
alexander motin, amd, arc, buffers, canonical, daniel van vugt, drm, dynamic triple buffering, file systems, gaming on linux, gnome 44, gpu re-clocking, gpu system processor, gpus, greg kroah-hartman, gsp, gtk4, intel arc, ixsystems, karol herbst, kde, kde wiki, linear, linux 4.9, linux 6.1, linux action news, linux news podcast, lts kernel, memory copies, multi-monitor support, mutter, nate graham, nouveau, nvidia, nvidia vulkan driver, nvk, open-source graphics, openzfs, oss, performance, phoronix, plasma 5.27, raspberry pi, rtx 2000, rust, the talos principle, uncachable buffers, uncompressed data, usb-c, vulkan, vulkan 1.0, x11, zfs
OpenZFS has performance gains inbound, the end of a Linux era, and the achievement unlocked by the open-source NVIDIA driver.
December 22nd, 2022 | 15 mins 16 secs
act, actions, amd, audio, automation, bluetooth, christopher barnatt, ci/cd, continuous deployment, continuous integration, desktop linux, eben upton, electronics, explaining computers, git, gitea, gitea actions, gpu acceleration, graphics, hardware, hardware acceleration, kde, linux action news, linux news podcast, nvidia, open-source, pi 5, pipewire, plasma, pulseaudio, qt, raspberry pi, samsung, security, software, software development, supply chain, technology, vulnerabilities, wayland, wireplumber, x11, xfce, xfce 4.18
Why we won't see a new Raspberry Pi until 2025, the first steps to Plasma 6 are being taken, and PipeWire gets a major Bluetooth upgrade.
October 6th, 2022 | 19 mins 26 secs
6.1, accessibility, ai, amd, assistive software, backups, binary blob, btrfs, ceph, chat, clevo, collabora, data compression, debian, dyslexia, end-to-end encryption, face recognition, fedora, firmware, h.265, hardware, hevc, hybrid cloud, ibm, intel graphics, io_uring, jason ekstrand, k8s, keyboard shortcuts, kubernetes, lcd, linux 5.19.12, linux 6.0, linux action news, linux news podcast, lovelace, mail 2.0, mesa, ml, nextcloud, nextcloud hub 3, nextcloud talk, nvidia, nvk, object storage, odf, open source graphics, openshift, openstack, photos 2.0, radv, raid, raid5, raid6, raspberry pi 4, red hat, rook, rust, security, send protocol v2, send/receive, snapshots, software-defined storage, spectrum fusion, turing, v3d, virtio, vulkan, xfs
Our thoughts on IBM slicing up more of Red Hat, what stands out in Nextcloud Hub 3, and a few essential fixes finally landing in the Linux kernel.
August 4th, 2022 | 19 mins 59 secs
amd, apple m1 nvme, apple soc, arm64, asahi linux, bluetooth, cm4, comet lake, compute module, docker, dxvk, fedora 37, fedora workstation, fesco, flatpak, gaming on linux, git, github, halo infinite, hardware, intel, io_uring, kde, lenovo, linaro, linus torvalds, linux, linux 5.19, linux 6.0, linux action news, linux gaming, linux laptop, linux news podcast, m2, macbook air, malware, mark pearson, mesa, meta, need for speed 3, ninja blade, nvidia, oem, pi 400, plasma, preempt_rt, proton, raspberry pi 4, risc-v, rust, security, shared fences, skylake, steam, steam deck, steam market share, stephen lacy, supply chain attack, valve, virtual keyboard, vulkan, wifi, xfs, zstd
The real story behind the "Massive GitHub Malware attack," significant updates for the Steam Deck, and the inside scoop on Lenovo's big Linux ambitions.
July 14th, 2022 | 22 mins 26 secs
alan coopersmith, amd, app image, arvind krishna, cve, debian, debian testing, desktop linux, egpu, enterprise linux, glinux rodete, google, gpu, graphics driver, ibm, kde slimbook 4, launch lite, linux action news, linux hardware, linux news podcast, lts, matt hicks, matthew garrett, mechanical keyboard, microsoft, open firmware, open hardware, oracle, out-of-bounds access, package managers, paul cormier, plasma, probono, red hat, rhel, rolling release, secure boot, secured-core pcs, security, sieve, system76, thunderbolt, tpm, ubuntu, uefi, wayland, x.org, x11
Why Google says we should all go rolling, Red Hat's got a new boss, Microsoft gets called out, and why it might be the year of Linux hardware.
June 9th, 2022 | 14 mins 53 secs
amd, amd ryzen 7 pro, apple, arm, cisco, decentralization, developer laptop, e2ee, element, element call, encryption, federation, fedora 34, hp dev one, linux action news, linux laptop, linux news podcast, m1, m2, macos ventura, matrix, nvidia, nvidia open-source, openh264, opensuse leap 15.4, pop!_os, privacy, push-to-talk, qemu, r515, rosetta 2, security, sev-es, sle 15 sp4, slsa 4, spatial audio, suse, susecon, system 76, ubuntu 21.10, walkie-talkie, x86 emulation
SUSE Enterprise is already switching to the new NVIDIA open kernel driver, a Matrix-powered Walkie-Talkie, and the details on Apple's Rosetta for Linux.
March 31st, 2022 | 15 mins 18 secs
aarch64, alibaba, amd, apt, arm, arm64, async, battery life, bluetooth, canonical, compute express link, cxl, darrick wong, dave chinner, debian, deprecation, design review, entropy, filesystems, gcc, google, hardware feedback interface, hfi, high performance computing, hpc, idle, intel, jack, kernel maintenance, kernel shutdown time, linus jitter dance, linus torvalds, linux, linux 5.18, linux action news, linux audio, linux gaming, linux news podcast, llvm, lwn, martin wimpress, mrbeebenson, nvme, p-state, phoronix, pipewire, power management, power state, power usage, pulseaudio, random number generator, reiserfs, rng, rolling release, rolling rhino remix, security, shadow call stack, shadowcallstack, stack buffer overflow, thermal subsystem, ubuntu, urandom, wireplumber 0.4.9, xfs, xfs online repair, zoom
A new rolling remix of Ubuntu is grabbing attention, AMD has big Linux plans, and why Linux 5.18 looks like another barn burner release.
March 10th, 2022 | 18 mins 23 secs
ai, amd, android, austin, bios, blake kostner, cassidy james blaede, cm4all, cpu, cve-2022-0847, danielle fore, dirty pipe, element, element call, elementary os, end-to-end encryption, hangouts, hardware, kvm, linux 5.8, linux action news, linux news podcast, linux security, matrix, max kellermann, mcu, ml, openbmc, peer-to-peer, pipelines, pixel 6, qemu, samsung galaxy s22, sfu, silicon, sip, synapse, texas, uefi, unix pipe, virtualization, voip, webrtc, zero-copy, zoom
Why Dirty Pipe is a dirty dog, the explosive adoption of Linux at AMD, and an important update on elementary OS.
December 5th, 2021 | 21 mins 42 secs
amd, best known configuration, blender 3.0, centos stream 9, cycles x, epel 9, fedora, fwupd, linux action news, linux news podcast, lvfs, michael larabel, nvidia, richard hughes, uefi
Industry-changing open-source project releases, and why the new CentOS Stream 9 might be more noteworthy than you realize.