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 206
Particle physics depends on software that’s maintained by one retiree, another argument about AI, YouTube disrespects Creative Commons, we find an excuse to laugh at Musk, KDE Korner, and more. News Crucial Computer Program for Particle Physics at Risk of Obsolescence FORM (symbolic manipulation system) – Wikipedia GPT-3 Business Email Generator by Danny Richman... Read More
Late Night Linux – Episode 205
An application firewall, reverse engineering with a better and scriptable version of Wireshark, getting the most out of webcams on Linux, running the latest kernel on a ten year old phone, moving away from mailing lists, KDE Korner, and the best distro of 2022(?) Discoveries Portmaster tshark Will’s reverse engineering efforts cameractrls PostmarketOS on... Read More
Late Night Linux – Episode 204
Python comes to Arduino, a look at the new version of Fedora Silverblue, Linux helps Windows work with old printers, running your own Mastodon instance, remastering Ubuntu ISOs, and more. With guest host Alan Pope (popey). News Arduino Announces Official MicroPython Support Announcing Fedora Linux 37 OpenPrinting keeps old printers working, even on Windows... Read More
Late Night Linux – Episode 203
Some great discoveries including traffic shaping, USB over IP, speech to text, and a funny Firefox extension. Plus Graham talks to Ken VanDine, the engineering manager for Ubuntu Desktop. Discoveries Sad Servers Really Awful OSS Incidents AI to BS USB/IP protocol — The Linux Kernel documentation USB/IP Project Wondershaper Nerd Dictation nerd-dictation on GitHub... Read More
Late Night Linux – Episode 202
Mastodon usage explodes in the wake of Musk ruining Twitter, AI training fair use is about to be legally tested, Signal tries to be Snapchat, KDE Korner, and more. News Mastodon gained 70,000 users after Musk’s Twitter takeover. I joined them Twitodon Pick an Instance Helper GitHub Copilot litigation The GitHub Copilot Lawsuit Threatens... Read More
Late Night Linux – Episode 201
Docker firewall issues, Ardour’s major new feature, listening for your neighbours’ garage door openers and tyre pressure monitors, colourising old photos, complaints from new Ubuntu users, KDE Korner, and more. Discoveries rtl_433 Ardour 7 Palette.fm Pocket Casts Mobile Apps Are Now Open Source Santa Circles Feedback Unattended upgrades doesn’t upgrade additional repository ... 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.