Two important news stories, plus our thoughts on GNOME’s new windowing proposal and the Framework 16.
We cover our must-have self-hosted apps, reflect on the state of Self-Hosting now, and discuss what's new in Proxmox 8.
We dive into Lemmy, a self-hosted Reddit alternative. Plus, a couple of easy-to-deploy tools that make life better.
Chris integrates full home power monitoring into Home Assistant, while Alex tames the AI and rushes to replace Dark Sky.
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 complete a year-long journey and discover some unspoken truths about a great Linux distro. Plus one small, and one major update on our GrapheneOS adventure.
Is the Linux desktop hard to love? A long-time user experience developer argues it is, and we respond to his criticisms.
Alex has found the perfect tool to bring your recipe management into the future. Plus, a convenient trick for scripts with passwords, dying hard drives, and the killer new Proxmox feature.
NVIDIA is open-sourcing their GPU drivers, but there are a few things you need to know. Plus, we get some exclusive insights into Tailscale from one of its co-founders.
Each of us brings a secret topic to the show, and we discover a common theme about using the wrong tool for the right job.
We've hit a bump in the road with the NixOS challenge, and share what it might not be great at. Plus, what we didn't cover in our Ubuntu 22.04 review.
We just wrapped up our East Coast meetup and have a bunch of great stories to share. Plus some Nix ups and downs, and more.
We chat about Wyze's recent real bad, no-good security news, why Plex Discover has potential but hasn't impressed us yet, and a brief tour of Alex's home network setup.
We explore what makes NixOS so powerful, and why it might be the future of all Linux distributions.
Why Chris is moving away from using Containers, Alex's new project, and some great follow-up.
Recent AWS outages sent Alex on a hunt to find more self-hosted alternatives, and Chris digs into the latest Home Assistant release.
We try out a couple of very popular Docker GUI's and report back, and discuss our biggest Self-Hosted regrets.
A desktop from Linux past has a surprising update this week, AlmaLinux pulls ahead of the pack, and Canonical ships software for the Apple M1.
We'll share how we deployed a painless, Self-Hosted Pastebin replacement, and what we like the most about it.
We’re taking a look at an underdog distro. We may have found a diamond in the rough with a few tricks up its filesystem.
We have the coolest new retro tool of the year, that will turn you into a Linux powered spy.
We get fancy with Traefik labels, and gush over some new Home Assistant features while saving our data from inevitable future failure.
Mike and Wes join us to discuss the recent Docker news, freeing your Robovac from the cloud and why Alex really loves Terraforms.
We react to recently proposed Home Assistant changes, Alex attempts an extreme remote install, and we take a look at HomelabOS.
We debate the dangers and advantages of one-click deployments. Then Dan from elementary OS shares an AppCenter for Everyone update.
Wendell Wilson is back, and he and Chris are struggling with their automation setups. Also, we chat about ideal home server hardware for a server or a pfSense box.
What makes a fresh install of Linux perfect? We ask our panel and share a few tools, tips, and habits that make our Linux installs perfect.
Ubuntu's new release is here, and this one might be one of the most important in a while. But is it worth upgrading from an LTS? We review and debate just that.
Why we sometimes go too far with our Linux advocacy, and a few humble strategies to switch people to Linux.
We head to the Raspberry Pi corner and pick the very best open source home automation system.
Red Hat's Stratis project reaches a major milestone, Microsoft's Linux powered dev boards go up for sale, and Fedora's hunt for buggy hibernation under Linux has begun.