An open show powered by community LINUX Unplugged takes the best attributes of open collaboration and turns it into a weekly show about Linux.
Chris ditches the iPhone and switches to GrapheneOS, a security and privacy-focused project that lets you take control back from Google.
We dig into Shufflecake, a tool that lets Linux users hide data with plausible deniability, then let our live stream SSH into our server and see if they can discover our secret data.
Why this latest release of Fedora misses the mark, and Ubuntu's quiet backing away from ZFS.
We surprise each other with three different topics, and Chris has a big update on the ODROID H3+.
Are the long-timers holding Linux back? Lennart Poettering argues we are and proposes a new Microsoft-blessed way to secure Linux.
The Internet is going crazy with AI-generated media. What's the open-source story, and is Linux being left out?
Linus Tech Tips blows it again, and we clean up. Plus, we push System76's updated Thelio Workstation to the breaking point.
What the heck is going on? Fedora is dropping features, GNOME is getting Iced, and the mistake we'll never make again. We've got a lot to sort out.
We go hands-on at NASA's JPL and learn why Linux is the best OS for Earth and Mars.
We finally give Brent his new laptop and get his reaction. Plus our best pick for replacing stock Android with something private.
We've gone deep to find our perfect Google Photos replacement. This week we'll share our setup that we think works great, is easy to use, and is fully backed up.
Brent has been on a bug-finding marathon. We review what he's discovered and share some hard-learned lessons.