Late Night Linux – Episode 289
Late Night Linux
by The Late Night Linux Family
4d ago
An incredibly powerful hex editor for reverse engineering binaries, easily searching through snaphots for end users, streaming audio from phones to the Linux desktop, writing interactive fiction games, and how we makes notes and manage tasks.   Support us on patreon and get an ad-free RSS feed with early episodes sometimes Check out all the great Late Night Linux Family shows   Discoveries ImHex vfs_shadow_copy2 ink   Feedback vimwiki nanonote Marknote           See our contact page for ways to get in touch. RSS: Subscribe to the RSS feeds here ..read more
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Late Night Linux – Episode 288
Late Night Linux
by The Late Night Linux Family
1w ago
Instead of the news which is all either boring or grim, we’ve come up with a fun Linux-themed game show that’s definitely not completely fixed. Plus a great network tool, and what keeps us on Linux when most apps are available everywhere else.   Feedback IMUNES           1Password Extended Access Management: Secure every sign-in for every app on every device. Support the show and check it out at 1password.com/latenightlinux         See our contact page for ways to get in touch. RSS: Subscribe to the RSS feeds here ..read more
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Late Night Linux – Episode 287
Late Night Linux
by The Late Night Linux Family
2w ago
Unlocking the full potential of Nvidia graphics cards, hacking the otherwise bricked Spotify hardware device, Félim realised that his Borg backups could be significantly smaller, making wiring diagrams using text, silly terminal effects and colours, using a ThinkPad as a WiFi dongle, great lightweight distros for an ancient netbook, better Google searches, and more.   Discoveries nvidia-patch Hacking the Spotify Car Thing borg compact Terminal Text Effects lolcat WireViz BunsenLabs Batocera Unsong udm=14 Gruble             Automox Check out the brand new Auto ..read more
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Late Night Linux – Episode 286
Late Night Linux
by The Late Night Linux Family
3w ago
New RISC-V and Arm Linux laptops are starting to pave the way for an exciting future, Mozilla makes another divisive acquisition, a couple of big anniversaries make us feel old, some quick KDE updates, and more.   News World’s first RISC-V Laptop gets a massive upgrade and equips with Ubuntu Canonical Announce First RISC-V Laptop Running Ubuntu Video of a Banana Pi with the same SoC Significantly slower than a Pi 4 TUXEDO on ARM is coming The Two Year Journey Funded By Arm/Qualcomm For Improving ARM Linux Laptop Support Arm says it wants all Snapdragon X Elite laptops destroyed The Most P ..read more
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Late Night Linux – Episode 284
Late Night Linux
by The Late Night Linux Family
1M ago
A brief news segment with mostly good stuff from Mozilla and KDE. Plus some great discoveries including downloading YouTube and other videos, processing data and CSV files on the command line, controlling cycling workout gear and graphing your progress, and a top tip for following Mastodon accounts in a normal RSS feed reader.   News Here’s what we’re working on in Firefox Plasma 6.1 Beta out: Triple buffering, Wayland explicit sync & RDP access   Discoveries  yt-dlp miller csvlens GoldenCheetah Flux           Kolide Kolide ensures that if a device i ..read more
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Late Night Linux – Episode 283
Late Night Linux
by The Late Night Linux Family
1M ago
We look back at what Linux and open source was like when we first got into it, and consider some of the ways that things have improved over all these years.           Entroware This episode is sponsored by Entroware. They are a UK-based company who sells computers with Ubuntu and Ubuntu MATE preinstalled. They have configurable laptops, desktops and servers to suit a wide range of Linux users. Check them out and don’t forget to mention us at checkout if you buy one of their great machines.             See our contact page for ways to get ..read more
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Late Night Linux – Episode 282
Late Night Linux
by The Late Night Linux Family
1M ago
The whole band is back together for the first time in a while and we’ve got “excellent” news that Raspberry Pi is doing an IPO, another look at the Pi 5 after 6 months, our positive thoughts about Mozilla’s new Executive Director, Félim’s doubts about OSI’s attempt to define open source AI, a very quick bit of KDE news, and more.   News Raspberry Pi is going public to expand its range of tiny computers Raspberry Pi Connect M.2 HAT+ on sale now at $12 Raspberry Pi 5 Network OS Installer Growing Our Movement — and Growing Mozilla — to Shape the AI Era Mozilla Foundation Welcomes Nabiha Syed ..read more
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Late Night Linux – Episode 281
Late Night Linux
by The Late Night Linux Family
2M ago
In the last ~10 years we’ve seen a lot of changes happen in the Linux and open source world. So what do we think will happen over the next decade? What about the future of the web? With guest host Jim from 2.5 Admins.   We can have a different web           Automox Check out the brand new Autonomous IT podcast. Listen in as a variety of experts in the IT Operations space discuss the latest Patch Tuesday releases, mitigation tips, and custom automations to help with CVE remediations. Listen now on Spotify, Apple, or wherever you get your podcasts.     &nb ..read more
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Late Night Linux – Episode 280
Late Night Linux
by The Late Night Linux Family
2M ago
Ubuntu 24.04 is out and we have mixed feelings about it. Plus bad news for RISC-V, a new Linux distro might control safety systems in cars, a classic media player is back from the dead, and more. With guest host Jim from 2.5 Admins.   News Fedora Linux 40 Available For Download As A Wonderful Upgrade Canonical releases Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Noble Numbat Xubuntu 24.04: A minimal install that really means it Linux is now an option for safety-minded software-defined vehicle developers RISC-V support in Android just got a big setback US government reportedly ponders crimping China’s use of RISC-V ..read more
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Late Night Linux – Episode 279
Late Night Linux
by The Late Night Linux Family
2M ago
What we all think counts as a non-mainstream distro, and some great examples of them in Voice of the masses. Plus ASCII maps in the terminal, another classic game is now open source, Arch on easy mode, a trip report from a nuclear power station, and more. With guest host popey from Linux Matters.   Support us on patreon and get an ad-free RSS feed with early episodes sometimes Check out all the great Late Night Linux Family shows   Voice of the masses What’s the best non-mainstream Linux distro? Distrowatch is Not a Measure of Popularity   Discoveries mapscii Descent 3 Sizewell ..read more
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