OpenAI's weekend coup, plus our thoughts on Microsoft's gambit and their looming risk.
The problem with GNOME's great news, plus our first look at Plasma 6. Then, the surprising place NixOS is getting adopted.
Rumors of internal panic at Apple, and concerns about the future of RISC-V. Plus, the software update of the century.
With a dose of pragmatism and optimism, we chat about making the best out of old hardware and where we draw the line and buy new.
Our unique take on the Unity outrage, thoughts on RustRover, and Mike shares a very annoying mistake.
Our thoughts on two recent Plex crackdowns, why the Apple TV just got a lot better, how home Assistant could improve 10 years in, and much more.
Why Linux reigns for privacy; our recommendations for secure tools from chat to DNS.
Mike updates us on his development adventures in Unreal 5, signs the Vision Pro might be a flop, and answer questions about abandoning Red Hat's platform.
We got our eyes on the Vision Pro SDK and share our new insights. And why the claims of stalled Mastodon adoption might ring a bit true.
Chris tears into two old PCs, and builds a surprisingly powerful multi-monitor Wayland workstation.
We attempt to swap Linux distributions live on our production server, to prove that new tooling makes the Linux distro model obsolete.
We chat with 45Drives about their ambitions to build a home-lab server that bridges the gap between enterprise-level servers and consumer-grade NAS products. And more.
A scathing takedown of Serverless... By Amazon? We react to this strange revelation and more.
We debate if users learned their lesson from the Docker Hub drama, the silent self-hosting winner going from strength to strength.
Elon launches another AI company, leaks suggest Apple might enable sideloading, and why we should let Chaos-GPT run free.
Why using the iPhone makes it harder to run Linux; Chris follows up on his four-month-long challenge to ditch iOS for GrapheneOS.
Plus, Brent's extended stay in Berlin has led to some developments you won't want to miss.
We're told companies are abandoning the cloud to save money. But is the trend our friend?
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.
Find out why Alex ripped out everything installed last episode and is starting fresh with new gear, wires, and a new goal.
Alex has major Proxmox problems. What happened, and the fix for now. Plus, the real downside to Wifi cameras and the batch of network gear on the way.
Brent's been hiding your emails; we confront him and expose what he's been keeping from the show.
We challenged ChatGPT to create a Linux news podcast outline and then put it to the test.
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.
Chris ditches the iPhone and switches to GrapheneOS, a security and privacy-focused project that lets you take control back from Google.
Chris' Raspberry Pi server is dead, and Alex has a few ideas for his next build.
We've made some changes since the last episode, and share why we have doubled down on Self-Hosting as much as possible.
We've reached the end of the road in our immutable Linux series, and an old friend stops by to give us the inside scoop on Endless OS.
Alex runs us through his new and improved off-site backup setup, and Chris is trying out some Shelly devices.
A fundamental change is coming to desktop Linux, and Silverblue might be our hint at where things are going.
We take a sneak peek at some future tech coming to Linux, and share details on HP's new laptop that runs POP!
NVIDIA is open-sourcing their GPU drivers, but there are a few things you need to know. Plus, we get some exclusive insights into Tailscale from one of its co-founders.
We've hit a bump in the road with the NixOS challenge, and share what it might not be great at. Plus, what we didn't cover in our Ubuntu 22.04 review.
How each of us asks for features and help from free software projects, and one of our most prescient soapboxes in a while.
Alex has a new high-quality self-hosted music setup, and Chris solves complicated Internet problems.
Alex got some new devices for Christmas, and we set off figuring out how to integrate them into his network.
We check-in with Fedora Project lead Matthew Miller on the state of the project, then conduct our exit interview with Fedora 34, and review Fedora 35.
Alex is abroad and uses the opportunity to build out not one but two ultimate self-hosted off-site servers. We share the hardware, software, and networking details.
Big things are happening in the world of WireGuard, Jim Salter joins to catch us up.
Manjaro has a new hardware partner so Phillip joins to share the details, and we have the Lemur Pro in house for a battery endurance test like no other.