Late Night Linux (Ogg)

by joeressington@gmail.com (Late Night Linux (Ogg)) · · ·

Late Night Linux is a podcast that takes a look at what's happening with Linux and the wider tech industry. Every two weeks, Joe, Félim, Graham and Will discuss the latest news and releases, and the broader issues and trends in the world of free and open source software. Expect drinking, swearing, strong opinions and Will being told to shut up about Ubuntu.

Graham tells us all about his new 3D printer, and the FOSS that he uses with it. Plus KDE, Xfce, ZFS, and more in the news. News Unpatched KDE vulnerability disclosed on Twitter KDE rips out ability for KConfig to run shell code Discover gets a Snap/Flat/App fix and the end of the U&P...; Read More __

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We enter a parallel universe where Linux doesn’t have a foundation and decide what one should be like. Plus a packed news section including Blender, VR, Xfce, KDE, VLC, and other initialisms. News KDE Onboarding Sprint,
When Free Software and free speech clash, controversy ensues. We talk about Mastodon’s recent conundrum. Plus a packed news section including Blender, XPS machines, reproducibility, GNOME malware, and more. News KDE Plasma5 is 5,
Graham and Joe managed to buy a Raspberry Pi 4 while they were HOT. Literally. Plus all sorts in the news including KDE, the villain that is Mozilla, Debian 10, and the Pinebook Pro. News Test Plasma Easily, KDE PIM Update,
It’s a full house for the first time in a while and a lot has been happening so we have a look at all the news including the Ubuntu i386pocalypse, the Raspberry Pi 4, KDE updates, and Facebook’s new “cryptocurrency”.
It’s our show from FOSS Talk Live! After KDE, Firefox, GMail, and Stadia in the news, missed opportunities for FOSS and how we can seize the next one. News KDE Apps Website Google Browser Control via DRM; Use Firefox & block fingerprinting while you’...
It’s been a busy couple of weeks in the news including ZombieLoad and the Huawei debacle, and Joe tries to convince himself that 32-bit x86 Linux isn’t dead. News Plasma 5.16 – Wireguard GUI in NM & Wayland Remote Desktop & KItinerary continues & Eli...
It’s been a month since the last proper episode so we recap the news from the last few weeks including real Linux in WIndows, RHEL 8, Nextcloud, Debian, and more. News KDE Apps 19.04 Is out & snapped first (Neon writeup),
It’s a special episode. Joe and Will are joined by Richard Brown from openSUSE and Matthew Miller from Fedora to discuss how their distros work together, what makes them different, and the types users that they each target.
Félim is away so Stuart Langridge joins us to discuss news including Chef, VMware, web standards, UBPorts, and more. Then we discuss how Linux has changed over the decades that we’ve been using it. News Chef ditches Open Core Linux developer abandons...
What exactly goes into an LTS release of the most popular desktop distro? We find out from Will after a packed news segment that includes Stadia, video editors, KDE old and new, Ubuntu Studio, and Red Hat raking it in.
A lot of companies have attempted convergence but none have approached it like Maru OS. We speak to the founder of the project about its major new release. Plus KDE, GNOME, and Debian in the news. News First Plasma Mobile Sprint Krita: The only graph...
Does the need to fund FOSS explain its complexity? The four of us don’t seem to agree. Plus plenty of news including KDE, MariaDB, Lineage OS, and the faceless bureaucrats in Brussels are at it again. News KDE Matrix & Refactored KDEnlive & kPublicTr...
Librem 5 shipping when? Todd from Purism joins us to answer that question, as well as what’s going on with the dev kits. Plus KDE, Red Hat Satellite, and Windows X86 apps on Arm Linux in a brief news segment. News KDE Plasma 5.
What exactly does diversity in Linux and tech mean? We discuss it with Ell Marquez. Plus exciting Pine64 devices, no Pi 4 this year, gaming news, and more. News Pine64 to Launch $79 Linux Tablet, $199 PineBook Pro Laptop Pine64 forum announcement We ...
Are you better off with the elasticity of public clouds like AWS, or should you avoid lock-in by running servers on premises? Guess what Félim thinks. Plus ZFS is in the news again, the Librem 5 is slowly getting there,
A new year dawns so we make some predictions for the months to come. Plus we look back at last year’s predictions, and have a look at what’s been happening in the news. News Raspberry Pi joins RISC-V Foundation Raspberry Pi Touchscreen Driver Finally...
It’s almost Christmas so it’s time to look back at 2018 and talk about some of the news stories that shaped the year. January Meltdown and Spectre February Nintendo Switch runs Linux Plasma running on a Switch March New Raspberry Pi 3B+ The final...
Graham and Joe have been checking out Sailfish OS 3, and there’s a packed news segment including KDE, RISC-V, Fedora, and the FSF. News KDE on Necuno Mobile: Has headphone jack and …Maemo!? kde-Itinary Update Xubuntu to drop 32-bit ISOs RISC-V & LF...
Yet more good KDE news, Ubuntu getting 10 years of support, WiFi improvements, a new Raspberry Pi and Raspbian, is the FOSS community really that toxic, and more. News NVIDIA Working On An EGLStreams Back-End For KDE On Wayland (Relevant email) Acces...