Docker's open-source crackdown, the Wayland regression solved this week, and why ipmitool's repo has been locked.
Some Git flaws you need to know about, we reflect on 10 years of Steam on Linux, and then dive into the much anticipated Plasma 5.27.
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.
GNOME 43 highlights, Canonical's new hardware partner, and why we're disappointed in the Framework Chromebook.
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.
Linux is the master of small computers, and this week it’s going to the next level. We chat with the creator of the $15 Linux box and share some significant updates for the Raspberry Pi.
Fedora and Red Hat users are getting a web-based installer, and a new legal situation for Bitcoin smells like retro SCO FUD.
We each try out the new Pop_OS! and Carl Richell from System76 joins us to get into the details.
A serious problem is brewing in Desktop Linux that hasn't impacted end users yet, but will soon. We break down why distribution makers are getting upset and explain what's next.
What’s coming next for the Linux desktop, and some exclusive news from System76.
Linux server admins don't know where to turn next; how the cult of personality might be shaping Linux's most important market.
You should never host your own email, so we’ve gone and done just that. What we learned trying to build an email server in 2021.
The major shift in the Linux landscape this week that was hardly noticed, and our thoughts on COSMIC from System76.
Lutris developer Mathieu Comandon joins us to share his perspective on the uncomfortable issues facing Linux desktop developers.
Canonical reveals long-term Ubuntu plans that you might have missed, and the "double ungood" warning from Linus this week.
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.
We explain the recent Qt upset, and then go hands-on with the new PeerTube release.
The lightweight distro that stole our hearts, the four of us each try out a different contender and come away with what we think will be the leanest and meanest distribution for your PC.
Build one flat network across cloud providers, personal networks, with even thousands of nodes. We feature two amazing open source solutions, and the creators behind them.
We visit Intel to figure out what Clear Linux is all about and explain a few tricks that make it unique.
Developers at Netflix are creating the next set of super powers for Linux, we'll get the details straight from the source.
The hype around a new security flaw hits new levels. Fedora has a bunch of news, and we discover what's new in the latest Plasma release.
Why FOSDEM might be the quintessential community event, and our thoughts after playing with Pi-Hole.
An embarrassing vulnerability has been found in the apt package manager, we’ll break it all down. Plus Alessandro Castellani tells us about his plans to build a professional design tool for Linux.
The Linux community is eating its own this week, as attention seeking plucky YouTuber’s trade on free software’s good name for clicks. We learn the real story behind some of the Internet’s recent free software freak-out.
Red Hat shakes up the container world with its CoreOS purchase. Skype ships as a snap and Chris has a report from Canonical's recent development sprint.