Some uncomfortable truths about using Linux, and then we introduce a new segment: Will it Nix?
Can we save an old Arch install? We'll attempt a live rescue, then get into our tips for keeping your old Linux install running great.
Why the Raspberry Pi 5 doesn't meet our expectations, and the x86 boxes you should consider instead.
How we found peace with the Linux community’s perpetual debates; and our tricks for finding the signal from the noise.
Ubuntu makes its anti-Flatpak stance official, while KDE and GNOME team up to turn Flathub into a universal Linux app store.
OpenZFS has performance gains inbound, the end of a Linux era, and the achievement unlocked by the open-source NVIDIA driver.
Why we won't see a new Raspberry Pi until 2025, the first steps to Plasma 6 are being taken, and PipeWire gets a major Bluetooth upgrade.
The Linux kernel has some exciting updates this week, including a significant Asahi milestone and some good news for Android. Then we take openSUSE's new web-based installer for a spin.
The worst part about being a Podcaster; our pitch to eliminate nearly all holidays and some hard questions.
Plasma 5.26's standout features, Canonical flips the script on Red Hat, and why Android is leaking traffic outside VPNs.
Brent has been on a bug-finding marathon. We review what he's discovered and share some hard-learned lessons.
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.
We try and bust a common Linux distro myth. Then what surprised Chris about his new Steam Deck.
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.
Some highlights from Linus' recent fireside chat, Qt gets a new leader and a Linux botnet we should probably take seriously.
We all take it for granted, but it is one of the best things about Linux. We share the history of the live CD, how it all got started, and the times it saved our bacon.
Fedora and Red Hat users are getting a web-based installer, and a new legal situation for Bitcoin smells like retro SCO FUD.
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.
We revisit the seminal distros that shaped Linux’s past. Find out if these classics still hold up.
The premier Linux desktops get some futuristic new features, and we break down the seven-year-old vulnerability in your Linux box revealed this week.
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.
Mobile Linux OSes are looking better than ever this week, a new effort to keep legacy applications running on Linux, and the signals indicating a Fuchsia release is nigh.
We break down the next-level features coming to a Linux near you in just a few weeks.
It's our worst idea yet. We share the password to our brand-new server and see who can own the box first. Whoever wins gets a special prize.
We share some exclusive details about the Linux-powered gear that just landed on Mars, and the open-source frameworks that make it possible.
Which distro is best for friends and family? We have a unique take on this common question.
We explain the recent Qt upset, and then go hands-on with the new PeerTube release.
We embrace new tools to upgrade your backup game, securely move files around the network, and debunk the idea that Windows will ever be based on Linux.
From the low-end to the high-end we try out both ends of the Linux hardware spectrum. Wes reviews the latest XPS 13, and Chris shares his thoughts on the Pinebook Pro.
We're playing Robin Hood with the content, and a new member of our team joins to tell you all about it.
Android and Ubuntu are working exceptionally hard to create longer support cycles. We’ll highlight the work that makes this possible, and what’s motivating these two different projects to strive for Very Long Term Support.