June 8th, 2023 | 15 mins 58 secs
apple, asahi linux, canonical, directx 12, fedora, flatpak, game porting toolkit, immutable linux desktop, libreoffice, linux action news, linux news podcast, metal, red hat, snaps, ubuntu core, wine
Ubuntu gets serious about the immutable desktop, red flags from Red Hat, and the little tricks Apple used to patch Wine.
May 25th, 2023 | 14 mins 41 secs
ai integration, ansible lightspeed, azure arc-enabled kubernetes, azure kubernetes service, azure linux, azure monitoring system, azure virtual machines, cbl-mariner replacement, codeweavers, container, crossover, desktop tooling, developers, docker-compatible, employee ownership trust, employee-owned, governance tooling, it automation ai, james ramey, jeremy white, kubernetes integration, linux action news, linux container engine, linux news podcast, openshift ai, podman desktop 1.0, red hat summit, red hat summit 2023, red hat tools, revolution, watson integration, wine
Microsoft's new Linux server distro, Red Hat Summit 2023 highlights, big changes at CodeWeavers, and Podman catches up to Docker Desktop.
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.
January 25th, 2023 | 15 mins 48 secs
32-bit applications, 64-bit, cisco, container runtime, containers, copy protection, cve, cve-2019-5736, desktop distro, docker, end of life, esm, extended security maintenance, fedora, gaming on linux, giuseppe scrivano, h.264 codec, h.265, hardware enablement, hwe, image-overwrite attacks, iot, kubernetes, linus torvalds, linux 6.2, linux action news, linux desktop, linux distributions, linux news podcast, lts, lukasz zemczak, media foundation, memfd, multiarch, nixos, obs, open build system, openh264, opensuse, pe format, podman, prctl, proton, runc, security, software patents, steam, ubuntu, ubuntu 22.04.2, ubuntu community, ubuntu pro, user namespaces, video codecs, wine, wine 8.0, wow64
An Ubuntu expiration date approaches, openSUSE has a new handy solution, and the container security issue that remains unfixed.
December 15th, 2022 | 19 mins 7 secs
2fa, activitypub, almalinux, apple silicon, borrow checker, btrfs, centos, centos stream, cern, chrome, cpu-entry-area, decentralized, efi, federation, fediverse, fermilab, gcc, gccrs, gnu compiler collection, google, graphics drivers, intel arc, intel on demand, io_uring, jupiter.tube, kaslr, kernel, kernel address space layout randomization, lhc, linux 6.1, linux 6.2, linux action news, linux news podcast, live streaming, llvm, lts, merge window, mfa, mglru, monitoring, object storage, opengl, opentelemetry, otp, peertube, peertube 5, pinephone, raid5, raid6, red hat, rhel, rust, scientific computing, security, video editing, vulkan, wayland, wine, wine on wayland, youtube
Why the next kernel will be "the merge window from hell," a holiday gift for Wayland users, and how the open source community could do more to take on YouTube.
April 14th, 2022 | 20 mins 49 secs
adaptable linux platform, alp, ampere, arch, audio editing, debian, debian /usr merge, debootstrap, fedora, jack, linux action news, linux news podcast, linux4tegra, mutter, nouveau, nvidia, openssh 9.0, opensuse, pipewire, pro audio, quantum cryptography, raspberry pi os, reiser5, scp, sle, ssh, stefan behlert, tegra, ubuntu, userconf, usr, vst, wayland, wine
SUSE has a skunkworks distro in development, the transition Debian is struggling with, and some long-awaited improvements to Raspberry Pi OS.
February 17th, 2022 | 16 mins 9 secs
android, apple m1, bcache, bcachefs, canonical, chrome os flex, chromebook, cloudready, copy-on-write, cpufreq, desktop linux, direct x, dxvk, easy anti-cheat, filesystems, gigabyte, google, hardware, io_uring, jens axboe, kent overstreet, linux action news, linux news podcast, macbook, mobile world congress, mwc 2022, neverware, proton 7.0, server, snapshots, steam, ubuntu, valve, vkd3d-proton, vulkan, wine, wine 7.0
Canonical has a big week, why bcachefs looks like it's taking another step forward, and ChromeOS Flex for PCs is released.
September 26th, 2021 | 23 mins 39 secs
almalinux ubi, android technical debit, android upstream kernel, anti-cheat, battleye, canonical, easy anti-cheat, gaming on linux, generic kernel image intiative, gki, gnome 41 review, gnome power modes, gtk4, horizontal workspaces, libawaita, linux plumbers conference, lpc2021, mutter improvments, pipewire, proton, steam deck, todd kjos, ubuntu advantage, ubuntu extended support, universal base image, upstream first, valve, wine
Canonical gives Linux admins a lucky break, the details on Android's slow shift to an upstream Kernel, a breakthrough for Linux gaming, and our take on GNOME 41.
August 29th, 2021 | 20 mins 56 secs
30 years of linux, airpods, alyssa rosenzweig, amd, apple, apple silicon, asahi linux, bluetooth, bpf, bsd, c, codeweavers, core scheduling, dcp, debian, dell, ebpf, faststream, fedora, fuchsia, gaming on linux, gnome on m1, google, gpl, gpu acceleration, greg kroah-hartman, hardware privacy, hyperthreading, intel, isovalent, linus torvalds, linux 5.14, linux action news, linux birthday, linux foundation, linux news podcast, meltdown, microsoft, moxie, opensuse, performance, pipewire 0.3.34, proton, qemu 6.1, raspberry pi 400, red hat, risc-v, rust, sean michael kerner, security, smt, spectre, steam, unicore32, valve, windows, wine, x86
Why the Linux kernel received so much mainstream attention this week, some of our favorite open-source projects get great updates, and why we're concerned about Linux Foundation members transferring innovation from Linux to closed source software at an industrial scale.