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  • 400.5 – Leave It To The Dads

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

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  • 400 – Elon Musk vs Trolls

    First up in the news: New Mint Stuff, Nitrux gets 6.0, Linux Steams forward, exFAT repair is now possible, LXQt gets Wayland, a pioneer passes, Mastodon blossoms, Nouveau and Nvidia updates, Clonezilla gets a new kernel, and Fedora refreshes Live Creation;
    In security and privacy: OpenSSL3 Patch Arrives
    Then in our Wanderings: Moss unMints his Studio, Joe sadly loses a Beto, and Bill doesn’t have much.

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  • 399 – Lunar Eclipse? No, Lunar Lobster

    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;
    And finally, the feedback and a couple of suggestions

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  • 398 – I Hear A Leak, Must Be Android

    First up in the news: Debian carries buffer patches, IceWM 3, Wireshark 4, free Ubuntu Pro for all, KDE winds down Plasma 5, VirtualBox 7, Proton drives prices, and dreams of Forky; 
    In security and privacy: New Chinese malware for everything, Intel springs a leak, and Android’s leak exposed;
    Then in our Wanderings: Joe futzes with his 3D printer, while Moss continues to fight with Mint 21;
    In our Innards section, we begin a historical journey through Linux distros;
    And finally, the feedback and a couple of suggestions

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  • 397.5 – Anything You Can Do Linux Does It Better

    In our Innards section, we talk about how Linux has permeated Everything;
    And finally, the feedback and a couple of suggestions
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