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We're celebrating 500 episodes with the biggest announcement yet.
Ubuntu makes its anti-Flatpak stance official, while KDE and GNOME team up to turn Flathub into a universal Linux app store.
Sometimes running the latest and greatest means you have to pave your own path. This week two examples from living on the edge.
How Chris wasted three months tracking down a Wi-Fi problem, plus we debate if immutable distros need to be simplified.
Chris attempts to get Fedora 37 on his M1 Max MacBook Pro, while Wes and Brent try the "every distro at once" desktop.
Are the free software alternatives good enough? The conclusion to our 60-day challenge to drop Google, Apple, and the iPhone.
Today we are finally taking on a project months in the making, and we're switching to an entirely new generation of Linux tech in the process.
Chris' sticky upgrade situation, and we chat with the developer behind an impressive mesh VPN with new tricks.
Join us on a journey to true software freedom. We embark on our 30-day challenge and discover a whole new philosophy that will change the way you think about technology.
We assemble to predict what will happen in 2023 and score how our 2022 predictions turned out.
It's the third annual Unplugged Tuxies; our community votes on the best projects, distros, desktops, and services of 2022.
Brent's been hiding your emails; we confront him and expose what he's been keeping from the show.