What we're liking about GNOME 44, how Microsoft's Linux distro is trying to attract more users, and we bust a CentOS myth.
Why Google says we should all go rolling, Red Hat's got a new boss, Microsoft gets called out, and why it might be the year of Linux hardware.
Three tails of tech tribulations, and how Brent saved his openSUSE Tumbleweed box from the brink.
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.
Steam comes to ChromeOS, our thoughts on Arch turning 20, and our first look at GNOME 42.
We make some last-minute changes to our server setup and catch up on a bunch of thought-provoking feedback.
Sometimes things go wrong; this week, we admit we've got a problem.
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.
Which distro is best for friends and family? We have a unique take on this common question.
We refurbish a special machine from the Jupiter Broadcasting Hardware Archive and try out Matrix, the one chat platform to rule them all.
A radical new way to do SSH authentication, special guest Jeremy Stott joins us to discuss Zero Trust SSH.
We question the very nature of Linux development, and debate if a new approach is needed.
We're myth-busting this week as we take a perfectly functioning production server and switch it to Arch. Is this rolling distro too dangerous to run in production, or can the right approach unlock the perfect server? We try it so you don't have to.
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.