The Linux kernel has some exciting updates this week, including a significant Asahi milestone and some good news for Android. Then we take openSUSE's new web-based installer for a spin.
What you need to know about that new OpenSSL vulnerability, the big bcachefs update we've been waiting for, and why the community is creating a Gitea fork.
The focus of the new Ubuntu release, Gitea's surprising announcement, and Linux prepares to drop another architecture.
Canonical has a big week, why bcachefs looks like it's taking another step forward, and ChromeOS Flex for PCs is released.
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.
Wimpy stops by with a new tool that will change your virtualization game, and we share our thoughts on Ubuntu 21.10 and take the flavor challenge.
Apple M1 Linux development reaches a key milestone and boots a usable desktop; Ubuntu reveals a new product, and the secret SUSE project that leaked this week.
The more you read into it, the worse it gets.
At least we have new devices to keep us happy.
What's new in Debian 11, and an example of the Linux Foundation funneling free software to their corporate friends.
Is Fuchsia a risk to Linux? We try out a cutting-edge Fuchsia desktop and determine if it is a long-term threat to Linux.
A spicy mix of distro news, including Rocky Linux's first milestone release, and our follow-up on the University of Minnesota’s kernel ban.
The A-Team assembled to make open source more trustworthy, why we might be about to find out how much SUSE is worth, and some essential project updates.
The guys can't help but laugh when they hear the test tests one well-known online giant is testing. You might say they get a bit testy.
Why we don't think Red Hat's expanded developer program is enough, our reaction to Ubuntu sticking with an older Gnome release, and a tiny delightful surprise.
Is performance the ultimate requirement? What amount of compromise are we comfortable with?
Impressive updates for some beloved open source projects, and AlmaLinux—a leading CentOS alternative—is born.
We explain the recent Qt upset, and then go hands-on with the new PeerTube release.
Mike recalls how he accidentally converted his development shop into a Python house, and Chris experiments with his Minimum Viable Robe.
Red Hat just made big changes to how CentOS works, we breakdown the good, and the bad.
Desktop Linux users saw a lot of new features land this week, and SUSE might just have a new cloud-winning strategy.
The details behind youtube-dl's return to GitHub, our thoughts on the rumored SUSE IPO, and our concerns with Servo's new home.