Tag: Linux Mint
408 – Ffmpegged
First up in the news: Meet Ubuntu Flatpak Remix, KDE Plasma 6 Begins, No Peeking, Vanilla goes to Debian, LibreOffice 7.4.6, Nitrux goes “sh”, Elementary updates, DuckDuckGo goes AI on Wikipedia, Debian gets new APT, Proton joins the fight against censorship, Firefox 111 features, Kali 2023.1 released, and Wine 8.4 with old Wayland released.
In security and privacy, Brave needs no permission to do Google, NordVPN open sources code;
Then in our Wanderings, we are posting no Bills this episode,
In our Innards section, Joe talks ffmpegDownload
405 – Method Not Allowed
First up in the news, Mint 21.2 has the codename Victoria, OpenSuse updates, helloSystem says hello for the 0.8th time, new Firefox allows imports, Xfce goes Waylanding, Cosmic DE speeds up, OBS Studio fixes Linux Wayland bug, and Elementary has a new release.
In security and privacy, we report on after log4j, Boldmove, and Malvirt.
Then in our Wanderings, Joe calls Texas for Icing, and Moss is having New Phone Fever; Bill is in Colorado doing a rescue and will be back next episode.
In our Innards section we discuss what you can do with old Android devices.Download
404.5 – 2022 Distro Rundown
This week in our Innards, We do a rundown of our favorite distros of 2022
In "Check This Out" we talk about a graphical tool Londoner shared that makes light work of scheduling a shutdown or reboot. Moss shares his experience with the Flatpak of a favorite game of his; and we share an article postulating the death of Unix.Download
404 – The Tenacity of Tenacity
First up in the news, RPi adds an autofocus camera, Fairphone2 hits EOL, more Tenacity than ever, new Unity, Xubuntu Minimal arrives soon, Brave adds Bridges, Kodi 20 is released, Libvirt 9.0 is out, Google gets shot down, and new features arrive in Firefox 109
In security and privacy, nothing to see here, move along
Then in our Wanderings, Moss is back, Joe has fun with a Pihole, and Bill takes some OTC stuff.Download
403 – 2023 Predictions
First up in the news: Linux Mint 21.1 Vera released, Goodbye SHA-1: NIST Retires 27-Year-Old Widely Used Cryptographic Algorithm, Pine Tab2 announced, More developers reportedly now use Linux than macOS
In Security and Privacy, Serious Linux kernel security hole uncovered
The in our wanderings: Moss is in Atlanta this week but has sent in his predictions, Joe does HPR, Bill sets up servers
In our innards section, We go over last years predictions and our new predictionsDownload