February 28th, 2021 | 25 mins 52 secs
almalinux, asus, browser wars, canvas, centos, centos stream, clang, cloud native, containers, dell, expansion card, facebook, fedora, firefox 86, framework, gnome, google, gpu, gustavo silva, hacker laptop, kernel self protection project, konveyor, kubernetes, kubevirt, kvm, laptop, linux action news, linux foundation, linux news podcast, llvm, memory safety, modular, mtv, multiple picture-in-picture, nathan chancellor, nirav patel, nvme, oculus, openshift 4.7, openshift virtualization, orchestration, peter lauterbach, reader mode, red hat, repairable, rhel, rhel for open-source infrastructure, rocky linux, security, total cookie protection, upgradeable, usb-c, virtual machines, vm, webgl, wifi 6e, windows
Red Hat is still in damage control mode, a new hacker laptop called Framework makes bold promises, and what Google is spending money on in the Linux kernel.
February 14th, 2021 | 27 mins
amd, android, azure, azure marketplace, breeze twilight, btrfs, canonical, cloud, custom keyboard, drm, epyc, fosdem 2021, fuchsia, google, intel xe graphics, kate, kde, kickoff menu, launch, launch configurable keyboard, lenovo, linux 5.11, linux action news, linux gaming, linux news podcast, microsoft, open hardware, plasma 5.21, rsync, rust, ryzen, ryzen 5000, skroutz, ssh tunnels, starnix, syscall emulation, syscall user dispatch, system76, tcp, ubuntu, wayland, wifi 6e, wine, zircon
Microsoft and Ubuntu's relationship is under a new spotlight this week.