Tag: Raspberry Pi

  • mintCast 330 – Debbie Does Beta

    First up, in our Wanderings, Leo tries out LMDE, Bo keeps things to himself, Tony Hughes returns with ALT Linux adventures, Moss boogies from Budgie, and Joe tries out scrcpy (screen copy).
    Then, our news we have plenty of Linux Mint and LMDE news, Raspberry Pi fixes its USB, apt upgrades, and more.
    In security, we find out if AMD’s flaws are as bad as Intel’s.
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  • mintCast 330 – Debbie Does Beta (mp3)

    First up, in our Wanderings, Leo tries out LMDE, Bo keeps things to himself, Tony Hughes returns with ALT Linux adventures, Moss boogies from Budgie, and Joe tries out scrcpy (screen copy).
    Then, our news we have plenty of Linux Mint and LMDE news, Raspberry Pi fixes its USB, apt upgrades, and more.
    In security, we find out if AMD’s flaws are as bad as Intel’s.
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  • mintCast 329 – fish Pi and Wine

    First up, in our Wanderings, I go fishing, Bo has some Wine, and Joe bakes some Pi.
    Then in our news, Python 2 is dying, a new kernel is in the works, ElementaryOS is getting devs paid, and more.
    In security, we talk more Firefox woes.
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  • mintCast 329 – fish Pi and Wine (mp3)

    First up, in our Wanderings, I go fishing, Bo has some Wine, and Joe bakes some Pi.
    Then in our news, Python 2 is dying, a new kernel is in the works, ElementaryOS is getting devs paid, and more.
    In security, we talk more Firefox woes.
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  • mintCast 328 – Sigh-DPI

    First up, in our Wanderings, Leo says Kernel 5.5 is the best and worst thing ever, Moss works on Distrohopper's Digest, Joe is booking it again, and Bo is getting ready for a test.
    Then in our news, Linux Mint goes HiDPI, Proton open-sources its VPN, Kernel 5.4 makes long-term support waves, Wireguard lands in Kernel 5.6, and more.
    In security, your data is not safe. But we already knew that!
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  • mintCast 328 – Sigh-DPI (mp3)

    First up, in our Wanderings, Leo says Kernel 5.5 is the best and worst thing ever, Moss works on Distrohopper's Digest, Joe is booking it again, and Bo is getting ready for a test.
    Then in our news, Linux Mint goes HiDPI, Proton open-sources its VPN, Kernel 5.4 makes long-term support waves, Wireguard lands in Kernel 5.6, and more.
    In security, your data is not safe. But we already knew that!
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  • mintCast 327 – The Mozilla Thrilla

    First up, in our Wanderings, I follow in Tony H’s footsteps and paint, Tony H upgrades a laptop and attends another LUG, Josh returns, Moss meets a mintCast listener, Joe listens to more books and learns about Cockpit, and Tony Watts edits video and works on his Studio.
    Then in our news a new Wine, GParted, Edge and Yaru theme for Ubuntu. The Pinephone ships and Firefox runs into issues.
    Finally, in security, we talk password leads and Mozilla addon bans.
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  • mintCast 327 – The Mozilla Thrilla (mp3)

    First up, in our Wanderings, I follow in Tony H’s footsteps and paint, Tony H upgrades a laptop and attends another LUG, Josh returns, Moss meets a mintCast listener, Joe listens to more books and learns about Cockpit, and Tony Watts edits video and works on his Studio.
    Then in our news a new Wine, GParted, Edge and Yaru theme for Ubuntu. The Pinephone ships and Firefox runs into issues.
    Finally, in security, we talk password leads and Mozilla addon bans.
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  • mintCast 326 – One Byte Opposition (mp3)

    First up, in our Wanderings, Special Guest Alan Pope finds gold in the loft and plays 30+ year old games online, Leo wins at gifts, but fails at MicroK8s, Tony Hughes plays with Ubuntu Studio, more Matchbox cars, and donates some tech, Joe tries to repair a pebble, fixes more headphones and listens to lots of books, Tony Watts converts 8mm film to digital, plays with a dual monitor setup on his Thinkpad and reconfigures his recording setup.
    Then, in our news - Dell shows a new developer XPS 13 laptop at CES, there is a new enterprise Chromebook from Samsung and EA boots Linux gamers out of multiplayer Battlefield and more.
    In Security - It’s time to update Firefox... again. And Cablehaunt spooks your modem.
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  • mintCast 326 – One Byte Opposition

    First up, in our Wanderings, Special Guest Alan Pope finds gold in the loft and plays 30+ year old games online, Leo wins at gifts, but fails at MicroK8s, Tony Hughes plays with Ubuntu Studio, more Matchbox cars, and donates some tech, Joe tries to repair a pebble, fixes more headphones and listens to lots of books, Tony Watts converts 8mm film to digital, plays with a dual monitor setup on his Thinkpad and reconfigures his recording setup.
    Then, in our news - Dell shows a new developer XPS 13 laptop at CES, there is a new enterprise Chromebook from Samsung and EA boots Linux gamers out of multiplayer Battlefield and more.
    In Security - It’s time to update Firefox... again. And Cablehaunt spooks your modem.
    Download

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