November 17th, 2022 | 15 mins 59 secs
accelerated graphics, ami, aws, cm4, codecs, coreos, craig loewen, dvcs, facebook, fedora, fedora cloud, fedora linux 37, firefox, git, gnome 43, google, google summer of code 2023, gsoc, gtk 4, h.264, hyperv, hypervisor, linux 6.1, linux action news, linux news podcast, lts, memory safety, mercurial, meta, microsoft, miguel ojeda, networking, open source, pi4, raspberry pi, rust, rust for linux, sapling, translation layer, v3d, vcs, version control, virtual file system, vulkan, wifi, windows store, windows subsystem for linux, wsl, wsl 1.0
We tried Fedora 37 on the Pi 4, the Google surprise this week, and our thoughts on the WSL 1.0 release.
September 22nd, 2022 | 20 mins 45 secs
20.04, 6.1, accent panel, asahi linux, asus, async, builder, c, canonical, chromebook, concurrency, coreboot, files, foreign function api, framework, framework chromebook, glib, gnome 43, google, gpu drivers, gtk, gtk 4, intel e1000, intelligent edge computer, iot, java 19, jvm, latency, libadwaita, linus torvalds, linux action news, linux kernel, linux news podcast, lts, m-n threading, miguel ojeda, nxp i.mx8m, openjdk, parallel programming, pe100a, performance, perl, pixelbook, preemptive multitasking, privacy setting screen, quick settings, reactive, right to repair, risc-v, rust, system76, thelio, thelio redesign, throughput, titan c, virtual threads, wayland
GNOME 43 highlights, Canonical's new hardware partner, and why we're disappointed in the Framework Chromebook.
June 20th, 2021 | 24 mins 26 secs
boiling steam, bpfprogram, centos, cloudlinux, debian, ebpf, freebsd developer summit, improved linux firewire support, isrg, kernelcare, lennart poettering, librarycare, linus torvalds, linux action news, linux news podcast, matthew ahrens, miguel ojeda, nano 5.8, openzfs, oracle, os-release file update, prossimo, raidz expansion, red hat, rust linux kernel, steam on chromeos, systemd, systemd-firstboot, tuxcare, ubuntu, uchecker, valve, vdev, zfs, zpool
Linux's résumé got a nice boost this week; why Google is paying for more kernel development, and how CloudLinux might be pulling ahead of the CentOS pack.