An open show powered by community LINUX Unplugged takes the best attributes of open collaboration and turns it into a weekly show about Linux.
This week, our embarrassment is your entertainment. Then, we check the age and health of all our disks with one app.
PipeWire hits 1.0, and Wim Taymans joins us to reflect on the smooth success of PipeWire. Plus the details on the first NixCon North America, and more.
Can we save an old Arch install? We'll attempt a live rescue, then get into our tips for keeping your old Linux install running great.
The problem with GNOME's great news, plus our first look at Plasma 6. Then, the surprising place NixOS is getting adopted.
A special guest joins us, and we each give Fedora 39 a try. What’s new, what we liked, and what didn’t make the cut!
We did Proxmox dirty last week, so we try to explain our thinking. But first, a few things have gone down that you should know about.
We try and pull off one too many projects, but you can't argue with the results. We report on our week of rebuilds and rescues and having a blast at LinuxFest Northwest.
Has Canonical finally nailed snaps? Why it looks like Ubuntu has turned a new corner; our thoughts on the latest release. Plus, a special guest and more.
We ran Windows for the week with three seemingly simple objectives. How we did, our take on what's gotten a lot better about Windows, and what still needs some work.
Why the Raspberry Pi 5 doesn't meet our expectations, and the x86 boxes you should consider instead.
Even if you don't game, the data is in, and the impact of the Steam Deck on Linux is massive. We'll go into details and then share our long-term review of the Deck.
Today's theme is data sovereignty, and we'll check in with two crucial projects that are giving you more options.