Has Canonical finally nailed snaps? Why it looks like Ubuntu has turned a new corner; our thoughts on the latest release. Plus, a special guest and more.
While chaos is brewing in SUSE and Red Hat land, Canonical stays the course and doubles down on the Linux desktop. Plus, our thoughts on the kernel team GPL-blocking NVIDIA.
The results from the recent HDR Hackfest, Mozilla's new acquisition, and the concerning crack down on free software encryption.
Why Fedora 38 might Sway you to try it; and how it runs on the MacBook M1 Max.
What we like about Fedora 38, why the Rust foundation is in hot water, and more.
A classic gadget gets a Linux-powered new lease on life, the next project getting Rusty, great news for Btrfs users, and more.
What we're liking about GNOME 44, how Microsoft's Linux distro is trying to attract more users, and we bust a CentOS myth.
Robert McQueen shares the inside scoop on Flathub’s ambitious plans to create a universal app store for all distros—and we ask the hard questions.
FFmpeg gets new superpowers, Plasma’s switch to Qt6 gets official; what you need to know. Plus we round up the top features coming to Linux 6.3.
An Ubuntu expiration date approaches, openSUSE has a new handy solution, and the container security issue that remains unfixed.
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.
After nearly half a year of woe, Brent is ready to give Linux the go. Join us as we compare and contrast two Linux distros and end up with one going on Brent's machine.
We dig into Shufflecake, a tool that lets Linux users hide data with plausible deniability, then let our live stream SSH into our server and see if they can discover our secret data.
Is the Linux desktop hard to love? A long-time user experience developer argues it is, and we respond to his criticisms.
From skeptic to buyer, why the HP Dev One is the best Linux laptop yet. This is the one review you don't want to miss.
If we could change just one mistake in our Linux journey, what would it be?
Steam comes to ChromeOS, our thoughts on Arch turning 20, and our first look at GNOME 42.
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.
SUSE had an awkward week; we breakdown the very mixed launch of SUSE Liberty Linux.
The Director of EndlessOS joins us to respond to recent Flatpak criticism.
It's the worst time ever to upgrade or buy a new PC, so we cover our favorite tips for getting the most out of your current hardware. Then we pit a 2014 desktop against a 2021 laptop and find out if our old clunker can beat the Thinkpad.
From our origins with Linux to preparing your home LAN for a solar storm, it’s an Ask us Anything special edition!
Don't buy that M1-powered Apple machine just yet, solving Wayland-driven fragmentation, and why Firefox is about to get an upgrade on Linux.
Lutris developer Mathieu Comandon joins us to share his perspective on the uncomfortable issues facing Linux desktop developers.
GNOME 40 is out and we chat with the project’s Executive Director about the technical and visual improvements in the new release.
We break down the next-level features coming to a Linux near you in just a few weeks.
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.
We review the Raspberry Pi 400. Then discover new features coming to Linux powered Dells.
GitHub just made a major behind-the-scenes upgrade, and we chew on some of the impressive details.
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.
It was the first of its kind, and the first forced to go virtual. We get the behind the scenes story of WSL Conf from the organizers.
We make an appeal to keep Linux powerful and avoid the Macification of the desktop, and review the latest developer-focused XPS 13.
Open source won the last decade, but what if it hadn’t? We look back at some major milestones and reflect on a world where they never existed.
Fedora 31 strikes the right balance, we get the latest on the Librem 5 situation, and an easy graphics boost for laptops.
Mozilla's master strategy becomes clear, CockroachDB surrenders to the software as a service reality, while Microsoft and Oracle link up.
Adopting a distro like it’s a religion is stupid. That’s one of many hard lessons we take away from Texas Linux Fest this week; we’ll share some of the best.
Mike's back with thoughts on his recent adventures with the Windows Subsystem for Linux and what it might mean for the future of Linux development.
The way we’ve been thinking about Desktop Linux is all wrong. We start by defining Desktop Linux, and where it might be going in the future.
Don’t call them resolutions, lets just call them reasonable goals. Mike and Chris share their plans for 2019’s ground work, and why every single thing is fair game.
We’re just back from touring System76’s new factory, and getting the inside scoop on how they build their Thelio desktop. This is our story about walking in as skeptics, and walking out as believers.
We revisit IBM’s total dominance over the PC industry in the early 80s, how they got there, and how we can apply the IBM model to current events.
A new version of Slax is out this week, and they might just be onto something really unique. We take this Debian powered, Fluxbox running, net bootin distro for a test drive.
Linux on Samsung phones, Intel ME disabled on Purism laptops, big Kernel news, and Ubuntu 17.10 is out.