399 – Lunar Eclipse? No, Lunar Lobster

News 1:29
Security and Privacy 18:35
Biweekly Wanderings 20:8
Linux Innards 47:40
Vibrations By The Ether 1hr 25m
Housekeeping and Announcements 1h 32m

First up in the news: The Kudu is out, with a Lobster on its tail, Fedora 37 is dragging, the next Kernel takes less power from the people, Steam Snap switches stacks, Flatpak gets Meson, and Linus wants to forget about 486;

In security and privacy: we get the first security update for the Kudu;

Then in our Wanderings: Joe goes to Micro Center, Moss is having a ball, and Bill is clouding around

In our Innards section, we continue our historical journey through Linux distros;

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Wrap-up

Before we leave, we want to make sure to acknowledge some of the people who make mintCast possible:

  • Norbert, Londoner, Tony H, AudioFreak(Riyo) and all others for our audio editing
  • Josh Lowe, and Bill Houser for all his work on the website
  • Hobstar for our logo, initrd for the animated Discord logo
  • Linode for hosting mintcast.org
  • Archive.org for hosting our audio files
  • The Linux Mint development team for the fine distro we love to talk about.Thanks, Clem!

5 Replies to “399 – Lunar Eclipse? No, Lunar Lobster”

  1. Bentley Sorsdahl

    I loved this show .. I love most of them actually. I was wondering if it would be a good idea if you posted the show notes for the History of linux each episode?? I know I would like it. Or maybe at least links to the packages mentioned in the show. Like to day links to the diffrent SUSE distros and NAS implemtation would be great.

    Thanks to all for a wonder pod cast I never miss it now that I have fount it!

    Bentley

    • mintcast

      Actually what I decided to do is add a menu to the home page that lists show notes. We’ll add them to this as well as a link to the google doc in the YouTube description.

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