Linux After Dark – Episode 41

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Windows is much better and so much worse than Joe remembers, and it makes him very grateful for desktop Linux. Plus what preparation (if any) we’ve made for our untimely demise.

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Linux After Dark – Episode 39

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A year on from our episode about Ubuntu, we still have concerns about the direction of the project. Or should we just call it a product at this point? Plus your feedback about challenges, and Raspberry Pi alternatives.

 

Our previous episode about Ubuntu

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Linux After Dark – Episode 38

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We are joined by Jorge Castro to talk about immutable filesystem Linux distros.

Check out his project uBlue and his YouTube Channel.

 

Corrections from Jorge: “I mentioned hyperreal when I really meant to say Hyprland, and one is a person working on a ublue, the other is a wayland compositor.”

 

 

 

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Linux After Dark – Episode 37

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What counts as a boutique distro, and do we recommend them? Plus Gary tells us about his experiences at the recent Fosdem conference.

 

 

 

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Linux After Dark – Episode 36

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It’s the nested virtualisation challenge! How many levels of VMs can we get running at once? Plus we get the inside story from Lenovo about running Linux on their Arm ThinkPad.

 

Challenge

Red Hat article about nested virtualisation

 

Linux on Lenovo’s Arm ThinkPad

Mark Pearson from Lenovo joins us to talk about running Linux on their X13s ThinkPad.

Lenovo forum Linux section

Instructions for flashing and installing the Debian installer on the X13s

 

 

 

 

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Linux After Dark – Episode 35

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Who has the most compute cores, how many are we actually using, and how many of them are running Linux? We finally find out who has the biggest stack of laptops in our core index challenge. Plus Dalton tells us about hacking a Wii U with open source software.

 

 

 

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Linux After Dark – Episode 34

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We look back at what we wanted to happen in 2022, and look forward to what we want to see in 2023.

 

Episode 8 where we talked about our 2022 hopes

 

 

 

 

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