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 3rd, 2022 | 23 mins 7 secs
anti-cheat, automative linux, autosd, bungie, centos sig, centos stream, collabora, coreboot, david chinner, destiny 2, filesystems, firmware support package, fsp 3.0, gaming on linux, jupiter broadcasting, linux action news, linux news podcast, matthew wilcox, philipp deppenwiese, proton, reiserfs, rhel, risc-v, software maintenance, software-defined silicon, stadia, steam deck, usf, valve, xfs, y2038k
Why it might be time to lower your RISC-V expectations, Intel's moves to close up CPU firmware, and a quick state of the Deck.