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458: NVIDIA's New View

458: NVIDIA's New View

2022-05-1601:07:13

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. Special Guests: Avery Pennarun and Christian F.K. Schaller.
457: Automated Chaos

457: Automated Chaos

2022-05-0951:16

Each of us brings a secret topic to the show, and we discover a common theme about using the wrong tool for the right job. Special Guest: Alex Kretzschmar.
456: Our Linux Regrets

456: Our Linux Regrets

2022-05-0201:04:372

If we could change just one mistake in our Linux journey, what would it be? Open a channel to our node: 037d284d2d7e6cec7623 (https://amboss.space/node/037d284d2d7e6cec7623adbe600450a73b42fb90800989f05a862464b05408df39)
455: I run NixOS BTW

455: I run NixOS BTW

2022-04-2501:16:36

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. The one where we don't talk about Ubuntu 22.04 at all. Open a channel to our Lightning Node: 037d284d2d7e6cec7623adbe600450a73b42fb90800989f05a862464b05408df39 Special Guests: Alex Kretzschmar and Martin Wimpress.
Has Fedora pulled ahead of Ubuntu? We take a look at the new Fedora 36 and Ubuntu 22.04 releases. Special Guest: Alex Kretzschmar.
453: Raleigh Action Show

453: Raleigh Action Show

2022-04-1101:06:521

We just wrapped up our East Coast meetup and have a bunch of great stories to share. Plus some Nix ups and downs, and more. Special Guest: Alex Kretzschmar.
452: Synapse Collapse

452: Synapse Collapse

2022-04-0454:231

How we nearly crashed our Matrix server; what we did wrong and how we're fixing it. Plus an update on elementary OS, GNOME's next chapter, and we kick off the NixOS Challenge. NixOS Challenge Goals: Study the Nix Expression Language (https://nixos.wiki/wiki/Nix_Expression_Language) Setup at least one Nix/NixOS system (https://nixos.org/manual/nixos/stable/). Install htop (https://github.com/NixOS/nixpkgs/blob/master/pkgs/tools/system/htop/default.nix). Join the Nix Nerds Matrix channel (https://linuxunplugged.com/matrixinfo). Post a screenshot in the NixOS Challenge GitHub (https://github.com/JupiterBroadcasting/nixos-challenge/). Complete all the above before the end of April. Special Guest: Danielle Foré.
451: The NixOS Challenge

451: The NixOS Challenge

2022-03-2801:09:54

We explore what makes NixOS so powerful, and why it might be the future of all Linux distributions. Plus we announce a community-wide NixOS challenge for the month of April.
450: It Went Real Bad

450: It Went Real Bad

2022-03-2158:45

Why GNOME 42 is the release we’ve all been waiting for. Plus, we attempt to install Linux on an M1 MacBook live on the show.
449: Bugfix and Chill

449: Bugfix and Chill

2022-03-1451:35

How each of us asks for features and help from free software projects, and one of our most prescient soapboxes in a while.
We surprise each other with three different topics, hidden away by encryption in our show notes - we literally have no idea what we're talking about this week.
We look at two new options that enable ANYONE to run a personal server at home or a small business.
We put the sports car of Linux laptops to the test. Is it the multi-tasking machine it claims to be? And an essential update on the show.
445: Brent's Betrayal

445: Brent's Betrayal

2022-02-1453:47

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. Special Guest: Brian Benchoff.
There's just something off about Ubuntu these days, this week we put it all together.
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.
SUSE had an awkward week; we breakdown the very mixed launch of SUSE Liberty Linux. Plus, we've cracked what's driving Linux Distribution adoption these days.
We make some last-minute changes to our server setup and catch up on a bunch of thought-provoking feedback. Special Guests: Martin Wimpress and Neal Gompa.
A new initiative uses open source to keep podcasting decentralized and add new features. We chatted with Dave Jones behind the Podcast Index. Special Guest: Dave Jones.
Our new server setup is bonkers, but we love it.
Comments (41)

Joel Garcia

next Tuesdaaaauyyy!

Mar 16th
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Joel Garcia

That was one hell of a rant. Wow. Everyone in the Linux and FOSS community needs to listen to this!

Jan 26th
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Joel Garcia

This episode had me so excited to finally hear someone talking about Jellyfin. Since I am barely dipping my toes into Linux, transcoding has been more important for me since I share this with friends and often use my server remotely. It's been a hassle, but I've got it to work on bare metal configuration. I had to use VA-API instead of QSV, but I wish I knew more to know if I'm truly utilizing my server's transcoding ability.

Nov 24th
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Hoshyar Karimi

thank you for this episode

Aug 20th
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Joel Garcia

I love the "NEXT TUUESDAAAAY!!!" outro, but then again, I'm new to the show lol

Jan 20th
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elrey741

47:40: good MD editor for researching and also has export options: https://github.com/Zettlr/Zettlr

Jul 9th
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elrey741

12:53: wayland support start

Jun 27th
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Tulasidhar Dronamraju

super post

Jun 6th
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Paul Billington

Thanks for this episode! I like that attitude towards MS, i.e. let them have their strategies and marketing but don't let this distract through fear and anger. Rise above it. Linux people should continue to be the best by begin welcoming to users and continue to be the most creative IT community. Keep with the humility and openness. (Back when I worked for SUN Microsystems, I was irritated by the animosity between databases engineers and Java programmers. It was quite childish.)

Jun 2nd
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Tulasidhar Dronamraju

very nice

May 21st
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Daniel Rivero Padilla

I'm pleased to hear common lisp and emacs named in the show even as a joke.

May 13th
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Brian Obey

"the control panel is a dumpster fire"

Mar 11th
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elrey741

46:12: jc command, pipe to for creating JSON output from regular commands?

Feb 23rd
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Weverton Marques

Pq) 1

Jan 9th
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Vafa

What is the telegram group ID that is not "Linux unplugged". Also can't find it anywhere!

Dec 13th
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Özgür Yüksel

i really loved the info and experience exchange in this episode. Nice work. Looking forward to more of this style.

Dec 10th
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elrey741

14:03: that is going to be a game changer for the people who bbn like tiling window managers...I am definitely going to have to check that out! I definitely look forward to pop-shell 😁

Nov 20th
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Ani

My favorite podcast right now is Linux Unplugged by Jupiter Broadcasting. A must listen for any fan of FOSS.

Nov 15th
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elrey741

28:50: popos upgrade really awesome, hop to different versions of ubuntu

Oct 24th
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elrey741

get latest cpux app image here: https://github.com/X0rg/CPU-X/releases/latest

Oct 4th
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