July 6th, 2023 | 13 mins 13 secs
block cloning, canonical, copy-on-write, cpu, cutting-edge, deduplication vs. block cloning, embedded, embedded linux, embedded open-source summit, future direction, linux action news, linux container support, linux containers, linux copter, linux foundation, linux gamers on steam, linux in satellites, linux in spacex, linux news podcast, lxc, lxd, lxd project, nasa's mars ingenuity helicopter, openzfs, podcast advertising market decline, prefetch improvements, real-time kernel support, rust, sony, spacex, starlink satellite constellation, starlink satellites in orbit, steam deck, steam deck market share, steam deck sales impact, steamos, summer break, valve's stats, zfs 2.2.0 rc, zfs block cloning
Recent advances in embedded Linux, Canonical takes full control of LXD, ZFS gets a handy Btrfs feature, and updates on the show's production.
June 15th, 2023 | 15 mins 13 secs
ai-powered digital workspace, apfs, bookworm, btrfs, debian 12, evolution beta flatpak, evolution email client, frank karlitschek, google, linux action news, linux foundation, linux news podcast, microsoft, modular design, nextcloud hub 5, nextcloud talk, notes app, ntfs, ntfs2btrfs, risc-v, risc-v fundamentals course, slack alternative, smart picker
What we really like in Debian 12, the big players backing RISC-V, and the improvements in NextCloud Hub 5.
May 11th, 2023 | 13 mins 5 secs
announcements, anti-cheat, apple, attendance, authenticated user, aws, canonical, corrupt batch requests, cve-2023-28410, cve-2023-32233, embedded open-source summit, escalation of privilege, financial strain, fragmentation, google, i915 linux kernel graphics driver, intel, intel linux graphics driver vulnerability, intel security center, jh7110, kernel 6.2.10, linux action news, linux foundation, linux gaming, linux news podcast, local privilege escalation, memory buffer, netfilter flaw, netfilter nf_tables, open source developers, open source summit north america, policy authorization tools, proof-of-concept code, risc-v sbc, roblox, root privileges, snapshot fuzzing, starfive, sustainable ecosystem, system takeover, ubuntu 23.04, valve, visionfive 2, wine
We get you up to speed on two serious flaws, Linux's recent gaming loss, Ubuntu doubling down on RISC-V, and news from the Open Source Summit North America.
April 20th, 2023 | 15 mins 49 secs
arm 64, asahi, budgie, chilling effect, cra, cyber resilience act, dead space, dnf5, docker hub, dxvk, eu, europe, fedora 38, fedora workstation, flathub, game compatibility, github, gnome 44, kde, legislation, lfnw, linux 6.2, linux action news, linux desktop, linux foundation, linux gaming, linux news podcast, mesa 23, non-commercial, open-source, osi, pierre-loup griffais, plasma 5.27, posh, proton 8.0, rust, rust foundation, rust project, software development, sway, trademarks, unfiltered flathub, valve, vulkan 1.3, wine
What we like about Fedora 38, why the Rust foundation is in hot water, and more.
March 22nd, 2023 | 19 mins 24 secs
ai, alt-svc, amazon linux, amazon linux 2023, apple silicon, asahi linux, aws, canonical, chatgpt, confidential computing, confidential computing consortium, conformance test, context-aware, curl, curl 8, daniel stenberg, deck, deepl, dnf, ec2, ethical ai, ethical ai rating, fedora, files, gl es, http, http/2, http/3, hub 4, kernel live patching, linux action news, linux foundation, linux news podcast, metal, microsoft, nextcloud, nextcloud hub 4, office 365, opengl, openssl 3, openstreetmaps, peertube, quic, rhel, rust, smart picker, speech-to-test, stable diffusion, talk, trusted execution environment, ubuntu, versioned repositories, vulkan, whisper, xonotic
Nextcloud moves to the front of the pack with their new release, a moment to appreciate curl, and Amazon goes all in with Fedora.
February 22nd, 2023 | 14 mins 23 secs
alchemist, apache 2.0, arc, bookworm, bpf, btrfs, centos 7, cgroups, cgroups v1, cgroups v2, control group, debian, debian installer, dg2, discrete graphics, docker, dreamworks, ebpf, geforce rtx 30 ampere, gpu, gsp, hollywood, how to train your dragon, intel arc graphics, kernel newbies, linux 6.2, linux action news, linux foundation, linux kernel 6.1 lts, linux news podcast, mcrt renderer, mesa, mesa 23, monte carlo raytracer, moonray, non-free firmware, nouveau, nvidia, openmoonray, puss in boots, ray tracing, resource allocation, runtime verification, rust, systemd, systemd 253, user-defined bpf objects, video production, video rendering
Our favorite features in Linux 6.2, the Hollywood tool getting open-sourced, and a systemd update you need to know about.
September 29th, 2022 | 20 mins 37 secs
22.09, aerospace, apple m, asahi lina, asahi linux, asteroid, call blocking, call screening, dart, dimorphos, drm, e2ee, element, encryption, flight 33, gcc, glibc, gnu toolchain infrastructure project, gti, hdmi, ingenuity, jpl, kernel, kinetic impact, linux action news, linux foundation, linux news podcast, linuxcopter, mars 2020, marshelicopter, matrix, matrix-js-sdk, mobile linux, nasa, perseverance, plasma mobile gear, podcasts, red hat, rust, sdk, security, sfc, sleep timer, software freedom conservancy, sourceware, space exploration, vulnerability, wayland
The controversial change for the GNU Toolchain, critical vulnerabilities in popular Matrix clients, and the significant milestone for the Ingenuity LinuxCopter this week.
September 15th, 2022 | 23 mins 32 secs
2038 problem, ai, alien labs, async i/o, at&t, busybox, chromebook, chromeos, cryptocurrency miner, dark mode, digital wallets, ebpf, edr, embedded devices, facebook, firewall, fork, google, interpreter, io_uring, iptables, jens axboe, josh triplett, linux action news, linux foundation, linux foundation europe, linux news podcast, linux plumbers conference, lpc, malware, meta, mettle metasploit, ml, musl, nftables, nvme, open source, open source summit europe, opencl, openwallet foundation, openwrt 22.03, optimization, owf, performance, pixelbook, polymorphic encoder, posix_spawn, pytorch, reverse shell, router, rust, security, shellcode, shikata ga nai, shikitega, vfork, virus, vulnerability, western digital, wifi 6, xmrig
The Linux Foundation takes a victory lap, Google kills another community-loved project, and key moments from the Linux Plumbers Conference.
June 23rd, 2022 | 19 mins 29 secs
akamai, api, bob scheifler, borrow-checker, botnet, breaking changes, browser wars, canonical, crypto-mining, cryptocurrency mining, dirk hohndel, firefox, git, go, golang, gpu rendering, graphics toolkit, htop, kde, keynote, language pack, lars knoll, linus torvalds, linux, linux action news, linux foundation, linux news podcast, malware, memory management, mit, network infiltration, oliver smith, open source summit, panchan, performance, plasma, qt, raspberry pi, rust, safety, sandboxed apps, security, snap, snap packages, snapcraft, software development, ssh, systemd-worker, the qt company, top, trolltech, ubuntu, unix, volker hilsheimer, x window system, x11
Some highlights from Linus' recent fireside chat, Qt gets a new leader and a Linux botnet we should probably take seriously.
May 26th, 2022 | 16 mins 10 secs
5.19, android, automation, broadcom, btrfs, calyx institute, calyxos, copy-on-write, cuda, david box, david sterba, debian, dell, eightwave, emc, f-droid, ffmpeg, foss, gimp, gnome, google summer of code, gpl, gsoc 2022, hans-christoph steiner, kde, libreoffice, linus torvalds, linux 5.18, linux action news, linux foundation, linux news podcast, pat gelsinger, pipewire, plasma, pulseaudio, sdsi, software defined silicon, stretch, suse, tor, ubuntu 22.10, vlc, vmware