Chris spends the week in a VR desktop, revealing the glitches, gains, and VR's open-source future.
Deploying Nextcloud the Nix way promises a paradise of reproducibility and simplicity. But is it just a painful trek through configuration hell? We built the dream Nextcloud using Nix and faced reality.
Can we build an indestructible server that stands up to the test of giving out root login to the Internet?
How we found peace with the Linux community’s perpetual debates; and our tricks for finding the signal from the noise.
Why Fedora 38 might Sway you to try it; and how it runs on the MacBook M1 Max.
A fresh take on open-source funding, Fedora’s plan for better encryption out of the box, and our impressions of the latest Ubuntu Beta.
What we're liking about GNOME 44, how Microsoft's Linux distro is trying to attract more users, and we bust a CentOS myth.
Our favorite features in Linux 6.2, the Hollywood tool getting open-sourced, and a systemd update you need to know about.
Are the long-timers holding Linux back? Lennart Poettering argues we are and proposes a new Microsoft-blessed way to secure Linux.
Why we feel recent attacks by the Software Freedom Conservancy against Microsoft are costing the SFC serious credibility.
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.
The new movement to leave GitHub, an Ubuntu bug biting 22.04 users, the hardware platform Fedora might start taking seriously, and a major desktop dev departs Red Hat.
Wimpy stops by with a new tool that will change your virtualization game, and we share our thoughts on Ubuntu 21.10 and take the flavor challenge.
A surprise server outage at the studio requires we jump into action with a few last-minute solutions and deploy one of our favorite open-source tools.
Microsoft's next kernel patch fixes a long-standing Linux issue, we'll share the details. Plus ChromeOS's next power user feature you haven't heard of, and Valve's broader plans that came into focus this week.
Linux's résumé got a nice boost this week; why Google is paying for more kernel development, and how CloudLinux might be pulling ahead of the CentOS pack.
We share some exclusive details about the Linux-powered gear that just landed on Mars, and the open-source frameworks that make it possible.
Impressive updates for some beloved open source projects, and AlmaLinux—a leading CentOS alternative—is born.
A lot of open source development was packed into 2020, we recap some of the standout moments you should know about.
What caused the recent major AWS outage, the breaking changes that just arrived upstream, and a new mail client for Linux.
The Ubuntu bug you need to patch, PayPal's Bitcoin support goes live, and a breaking change inbound to systemd.
What would it really take to get you to switch Linux distributions? We debate the practical reasons more and more people are sticking with the big three.
We get into the Linux Mint mindset after years away and share our take on Cinnamon's many improvements.
Google, Mozilla, and GitLab make serious upgrades to their bug bounty programs, insights into Debian's renewed systemd debate, and how Microsoft and IBM are working together to fight patent trolls.
CentOS goes rolling and announces version 8. Find out why we're excited to take a dip in this stream.
Safely host your own password database using totally open source software. We cover BitWarden, our top choice to solve this problem.
Ubuntu's new release is here, and this one might be one of the most important in a while. But is it worth upgrading from an LTS? We review and debate just that.
Mike’s away so Chris joins Wes to discuss running your workstation from RAM, the disappointing realities of self driving cars, and handling the ups and downs of critical feedback.
We reveal all and look at the mess that is our home directories. How we keep them clean, back them up, and organize our most important files.
Will there ever be another "big" Linux distro, or has that time passed?
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 have a WireGuard success story to share, and it's probably not what you're expecting.
We chat with a developer who's gotten Linux running on iOS devices, do a deep dive into Clear Linux, and discuss Xubuntu ending 32bit support.
The FreeBSD community shares the hard lessons learned from systemd, we play some great clips from a recent event.