Today's theme is data sovereignty, and we'll check in with two crucial projects that are giving you more options.
The advantages of Federating a local and remote Nextcloud, Chris replaces Google Home Hub's photo powers and the new docker-compose feature that will change Alex's entire setup.
We get the inside scoop on SouthEast LinuxFest, and share a few stories from the early days of the Linux community.
The results from the recent HDR Hackfest, Mozilla's new acquisition, and the concerning crack down on free software encryption.
We're celebrating 500 episodes with the biggest announcement yet.
We round up some news from FOSDEM 2023, update a 21-year-old project, and the Fedora fix that's been a few releases in the making.
Are the free software alternatives good enough? The conclusion to our 60-day challenge to drop Google, Apple, and the iPhone.
Join us on a journey to true software freedom. We embark on our 30-day challenge and discover a whole new philosophy that will change the way you think about technology.
We assemble to predict what will happen in 2023 and score how our 2022 predictions turned out.
Brent's been hiding your emails; we confront him and expose what he's been keeping from the show.
Why this latest release of Fedora misses the mark, and Ubuntu's quiet backing away from ZFS.
We surprise each other with three different topics, and Chris has a big update on the ODROID H3+.
The controversial change for the GNU Toolchain, critical vulnerabilities in popular Matrix clients, and the significant milestone for the Ingenuity LinuxCopter this week.
Can Linux do better? Apple is scrambling to build always-on malware protection into the next macOS as its market share grows. A precautionary tale for Linux users.
The five most common problems when trying out an immutable Linux distro like NixOS. Plus, why one Linux dev says just target WINE.
Our garage Linux server has died, and this time we’re looking at data loss. We attempt to revive our zombie box and reflect on what went wrong.
We present a buffet of budget Linux boxes. From $40 to $400 you'll be surprised by what we found. Then we attempt to find the perfect distro for them.
Why we hate crypto more than you, plus a frank conversation about boosts in our shows, some big lessons learned from our new website project, and the things we'd never do again.
Microsoft makes a hard about-face, a significant fix for Ubuntu 22.04 is in the works, and the recent breakthrough by the Asahi Linux project.
We were fixing servers all night, but at least we have a great story. A special guest joins us to help make a big show announcement.
Our guest this week has more Raspberry Pis than anyone we've ever met. We get insights into all the projects he used them for, what's worked great, and what's not worked at all.
Fedora gets serious about its server editions, our thoughts on Valve's increased Steam Deck production, and the surprising results of booting Linux on the Apple M2 SoC.
We're going back in time to witness the early days of a critical tool to build Linux, then jump forward 15 years and join our buddy Brent on his journey to learn that very tooling.
SUSE Enterprise is already switching to the new NVIDIA open kernel driver, a Matrix-powered Walkie-Talkie, and the details on Apple's Rosetta for Linux.
A quick-fire round of projects this week, your feedback, and a discussion about the future of Self-Hosting.
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.
Has Fedora pulled ahead of Ubuntu? We take a look at the new Fedora 36 and Ubuntu 22.04 releases.
How we nearly crashed our Matrix server; what we did wrong and how we're fixing it.
We explore what makes NixOS so powerful, and why it might be the future of all Linux distributions.
Apple enters full panic mode over sideloading, and our plan to push back against industry-wide consolidation kicks off.
Why Dirty Pipe is a dirty dog, the explosive adoption of Linux at AMD, and an important update on elementary OS.
We put the sports car of Linux laptops to the test. Is it the multi-tasking machine it claims to be?
GnuPG has some great news, Libadwaita 1.0 has arrived and we share our thoughts, plus a big batch of updates from the Matrix project.
It's the second annual Unplugged Tuxies; our community votes on the best projects, distros, desktops, and services of 2021.
We revisit some old assumptions about the open-source Plex-alternative, Jellyfin. We each try it out, and along the way, gain a few insights about open source.
New Raspberry Pi hardware has a few surprises, the most impressive things in Linux 5.15, and our reaction to classic functionality under consideration for removal from Fedora.
We attempt a live production over Starlink, and dig into the secrets of this giant Linux network in space.
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.
We try to pull off a show while recovering from an epic server crash. Then we build the ultimate remote Linux desktop—in the cloud!
Our reaction to the new Freenode developments, and Audacity's latest shock to the community.
Our take on the Freenode exodus, Linux Apps going public in Chrome OS, and Red Hat's desktop hiring spree.
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.
We share our favorite networking trick of all time, and then chat with the blokes behind a new WireGuard-powered service.
Google removes Matrix chat-client Element from the Play store, sudo has a major flaw with a long-tail, and Rocky Linux gets a boost.
We have some strong opinions about the state of openSUSE Tumbleweed. We've secretly been running it for the past week, and share our experience.
Another Google project meets an untimely demise, but we find the silver lining.
It's light as a feather, fast as hell, and everything is upstream. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon ships with Fedora, and this week we put it to the test.
NextCloud makes some significant changes, and we share our reaction; IBM is planning to split into two, but we have some questions, and Firefox may soon display sponsored "top sites."
The Raspberry Pi might be getting a small software fix that makes a big performance improvement.
It's a new day for Jupiter Broadcasting and the show, we share our big news.
We round up the best podcast clients for your Linux desktop, mobile, and the web.
We refurbish a special machine from the Jupiter Broadcasting Hardware Archive and try out Matrix, the one chat platform to rule them all.
Fedora makes a bold move and Microsoft seems to be working on their ideal "Cloud PC”, we ponder what Linux has to offer.
Is Resilient Linux truly an indestructible distro? Or is this our toughest distro challenge yet?
Fedora 30 is out, we share our thoughts. Purism's new Librem One service is launched, we're rather skeptical and the reason might surprise you.
This week we discover the good word of Xfce and admit Joe was right all along. And share our tips for making Xfce more modern.
Google's important news this week, why Linux is fueling PowerShell Growth, and the Matrix breach that might be worse than it sounds.
Linus pops another hype bubble, we go hands on with the new OnionShare, and some insights into Redis labs changing its license... Again.
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.