We assemble to predict what will happen in 2023 and score how our 2022 predictions turned out.
Debian’s firmware future is up for debate, Pine64 teases a RISC-V SBC, and some of your favorite tools just got new tricks.
Some highlights from Linus' recent fireside chat, Qt gets a new leader and a Linux botnet we should probably take seriously.
If we could change just one mistake in our Linux journey, what would it be?
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.
There's just something off about Ubuntu these days, this week we put it all together.
We do our best to predict what will happen in 2022, and own up to what we thought might happen in 2021.
Our take on the Freenode exodus, Linux Apps going public in Chrome OS, and Red Hat's desktop hiring spree.
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.
Canonical reveals long-term Ubuntu plans that you might have missed, and the "double ungood" warning from Linus this week.
Which distro is best for friends and family? We have a unique take on this common question.
The story behind a Microsoft repo shipping in Raspberry Pi OS, Canonical updates a special version of Ubuntu, and a couple of milestones the Linux world hit this week.
We round up our favorite tweaks to the desktop, and apps that make it great.
We're joined by two guests who share their insights into building modern Linux hardware products.
We question the very nature of Linux development, and debate if a new approach is needed.
Go full self-hosted with our team’s tips, and we share our setups from simple to complex.
We attempt something you never should, we live flip our FreeNAS ZFS install to a Fedora server.
It's a Coder three-way as Chris checks-in with an eGPU update, and Mike shares his adventures with ReasonML.
Will there ever be another "big" Linux distro, or has that time passed?
The guys discuss the real last bastion of scratch your own itch, and debate the merits of recent C# functional programing fads that are transforming the language.