Red Hat hints at its future direction, why realtime might finally come to Linux after all these years, and our reaction to Google's ambitious new programing language.
Pop_OS! 22.04 has a surprise you might not have noticed, we get the details on Ubuntu’s new Real-Time kernel, and the clever idea from the Framework laptop team.
A new rolling remix of Ubuntu is grabbing attention, AMD has big Linux plans, and why Linux 5.18 looks like another barn burner release.
We explore what makes NixOS so powerful, and why it might be the future of all Linux distributions.
Why it might be time to lower your RISC-V expectations, Intel's moves to close up CPU firmware, and a quick state of the Deck.
Canonical has a big week, why bcachefs looks like it's taking another step forward, and ChromeOS Flex for PCs is released.
Our new server setup is bonkers, but we love it.
Linus Torvalds attempts to get kernel developers to clean up their code, the performance regression that almost shipped, and the major production struggle Red Hat acknowledged this week.
We revisit the seminal distros that shaped Linux’s past. Find out if these classics still hold up.
We showcase a tool that will change your Linux game.
Fedora makes a bold move and Microsoft seems to be working on their ideal "Cloud PC”, we ponder what Linux has to offer.
Fedora's getting to work and reconsidering some long held-assumptions.
Chris' tale of woe after a recent data loss, and Wes' adventure after he finds a rogue device on his network.
Linus Torvalds says don't use ZFS, but we think he got a few of the facts wrong. Jim Salter joins us to help us explain what Linus got right, and what he got wrong.
Mike’s away so Chris joins Wes to discuss running your workstation from RAM, the disappointing realities of self driving cars, and handling the ups and downs of critical feedback.