Late Night Linux is a podcast that takes a look at what’s happening with Linux and the wider tech industry. Every week, Joe, Félim, Graham and Will discuss the latest news and releases, and the broader issues and trends in the world of free and open source software.
Late Night Linux – Episode 177
Graham plays with a synth, old desktops live on, Generation X11 yells at cloud, Will has been a naughty boy, TV alternatives, and Linux on weird hardware. Discoveries Surge XT synth The Unity desktop is still alive (as is Trinity) 10 hours of a hairdryer noise Star Trek TNG bridge noise Feedback Cloudfree.shop... Read More
Late Night Linux – Episode 176
The Mars Helicopter might be on its way out but it’s still a hero, bad things are happening to the UK Internet and we blame the government, whether software can ever be finished, some great discoveries, KDE Korner, and more. News Martin Wimpress has joined Linux Downtime as a co-host Mars helicopter spots wreckage... Read More
Late Night Linux – Episode 175
Saving abandonded IoT devices with FOSS, watching directories for changes, monitoring disk usage, window managers vs desktop environments, further thoughts on work-supplied hardware, and more. Discoveries Tuya Convert entr hw-probe Insteon Abruptly Shuts Down, Users Left Smart-Home-Less Parallel Disk Usage psst Feedback Touristic Guide — DebConf 22 adblock · PyPI ... Read More
Late Night Linux – Episode 174
A new Ubuntu LTS is here and it’s mostly great, the Steam Deck is a huge success, Brave proves that nuance isn’t dead, people flock to Mastodon, KDE Korner, and more. News Canonical Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is released Canonical now hopes to IPO in 2023 Ubuntu Founder Explains Why Distro Won’t Support Flatpak Sinclair’s... Read More
Late Night Linux – Episode 173
Our discoveries including a better diff, a way to replace Snaps with Flatpacks, a command line cheat sheet, help with YAML, and signing PDFs. Plus your feeback about supporting us with crypto nonsense, running Linux on work machines, an esoteric browser, and more. Discoveries Saltstack linter difftastic Xournalpp navi qddcswitch unsnap asciinema Feedback... Read More
Late Night Linux – Episode 172
Moving on from legacy BIOS and Xorg, Raspberry Pi OS finally catches up with security basics, the UK government give us more reasons to be angry, the usual KDE goodness, and more. News Work with Will writing Go Fedora 37 Looks To Deprecate Legacy BIOS Support Fedora 37 Considering Removal Of Legacy X.Org Drivers... Read More
Chill Linux Podcast
Great podcast to keep up with the latest Linux news in a compact and easy-going way. Great hosts with great chemistry.
With the departure of the Ubuntu Podcast there is a need for an English language Linux podcast that has a calm Hibernian vibe. This podcast is recommended for all Linux users who want to follow the zeitgeist, learn about KDE world domination, and how they might maximize their enjoyment of using Linux.
Hosts often spend most of their time ranting
Too much time is spent on topics that don’t add any meaningful dimension to the episodes. Joe Ressington in particular is so ill-informed on various topics that it makes it unbearable to listen to.