PipeWire hits 1.0, and Wim Taymans joins us to reflect on the smooth success of PipeWire. Plus the details on the first NixCon North America, and more.
The contested subsystem coming soon, a sobering assessment of wireless support in Linux, and a triumph for free software.
Why this latest release of Fedora misses the mark, and Ubuntu's quiet backing away from ZFS.
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.
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.
It's episode III, Return of the Email. Everyone says never host your own email, so we're doin it.
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.
Tim Canham, the Mars Helicopter Operations Lead, shares Linux’s origins at JPL and how it ended up running on multiple boxes on Mars.
It's our worst idea yet. We share the password to our brand-new server and see who can own the box first. Whoever wins gets a special prize.
After all these years, what's made us stick with Linux?
Something special has been achieved this week, a new benchmark in the desktop experience. We dig in.
We explain why BootHole is getting so much attention and break down the key issues. Then we review our favorite Linux-compatible headsets.
Dell expands their linux hardware lineup, why elementary OS's Flatpak support sets the bar, and we chat with Christian Schaller of Red Hat about Fedora 31 and what's around the corner.
Brent sits down with Drew DeVore, Jupiter Broadcasting's latest addition to the Audio Editing Engineer team and cohost of [Choose Linux](https://chooselinux.show/). We chat shoes, his love for linux, adventures in audio, and why JB feels like home.
Chris finally gets excited about Docker just as Wes tells him it’s time to learn something new.
Fresh back from LinuxFest Northwest we share a few of our favorite stories and memories.
The lead developer of PipeWire Wim Taymans joins us to discuss Linux’s multimedia past, and its exciting future. They promise to greatly improve handling of audio and video under Linux.
We chat with Nate Graham who’s pushing to make Plasma the best desktop on the planet. We discuss his contributions to this effort, and others.