The Choose Linux podcast got off to a great start with the first episode on elementary OS and network attached storages. Great show, hosted by Joe Ressington and Jason Evangelho.
New year, new season, new episode! Gnome and Pop!_OS, Windows, Fedora goes Deepin and Deepin goes all touchy, ChromeOS is getting Apt, DuckDuckGo finds Apple (Maps), Purism wants convergence. No parking on Wednesdays. https://linuxlads.com/episodes/season-2-episode-1
A classic story that bears reposting:
"We're having a problem sending email out of the department."
"What's the problem?" I asked.
"We can't send mail more than 500 miles," the chairman explained.
I choked on my latte. "Come again?"
"We can't send mail farther than 500 miles from here," he repeated. "A little bit more, actually. Call it 520 miles. But no farther."
The Case of the 500-Mile Email: http://ibiblio.org/harris/500milemail
New Linux Lads - last of the season!
Emby goes to the dark side, but a fork is strong with Jellyfin. Mycroft delayed. Firefox 64 released. Microsoft to switch to Blink. Emojis in Konsole. Fedora on sabatical. Charity starts with open source projects and digital rights orgs. Is it me, you’re looking for?
Kernel slowdown, Ubuntu for a decade, give back to the community, Intel based Odroid, Amazon on Arm, control a dildo from Emacs, Necuno Linux mobile, but most importantly an interview with Tad from OpenStreetMap Ireland. Peace, love, liberty and strawberry cheesecake.
Get it at https://linuxlads.com and in all good podcatcher.
New episode is out: Red Hat and IBM sitting on a tree, Ubuntu stats, Mate on GPD Pocket2, Proton VPN in Firefox, news from Solus, Pine64 phone, Linux gaming, Desktop environments. Do not dry clean. https://linuxlads.com/
New episode is out! Plex, it’s 18.10 time, Flatpak, Etcher, Linus and the code of conduct, social networks, Microsoft, self-driving cars. Deeeelicious.
A mature rated podcast about Linux and Open Source from a bunch of lads in Dublin, Ireland
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