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The Untitled Linux Show covers the week's hottest Linux news for desktop, gaming, and even enterprise. ULS is the weekly update you don't want to miss, from the latest kernel development to the updates on your favorite apps! Each episode finishes with a killer command line tip from each host. You can join Club TWiT for $7 a month and get ad-free audio and video feeds for Untitled Linux Show and all our shows plus everything else the club offers...or get just this podcast ad-free for $2.99 a month.

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The Untitled Linux Show covers the week's hottest Linux news for desktop, gaming, and even enterprise. ULS is the weekly update you don't want to miss, from the latest kernel development to the updates on your favorite apps! Each episode finishes with a killer command line tip from each host. You can join Club TWiT for $7 a month and get ad-free audio and video feeds for Untitled Linux Show and all our shows plus everything else the club offers...or get just this podcast ad-free for $2.99 a month.

New episodes are recorded live every Saturday in the Club TWiT Discord.

    Mouthful of Laptops - Previously Known as OpenSUSE, Sefar Rust, and Try 15 reboots

    Mouthful of Laptops - Previously Known as OpenSUSE, Sefar Rust, and Try 15 reboots

    This week We chat about AMD's drive for Raytracing performance, Nvidia's push towards open kernel drivers, what Fedora did to help make that possible, and what's new in Kernel 6.10. Then Linux is making Rust safer, OpenSUSE is having a crisis, and oh yeah, the world's computers were bricked this weekend. It was a good day to be Linux users. For tips we have shuf for text suffling and mr for managing repositories en masse. Find the show notes at https://bit.ly/46cWzwA and have a great week!

    Host: Jonathan Bennett

    Co-Host: Jeff Massie

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    • 1 hr 20 min
    Under the Microsoft - Gaming, Graphics, and GCC

    Under the Microsoft - Gaming, Graphics, and GCC

    We start with gaming, talking about Bottles, Raytracing comparisons, and the Godot engine. We give the Zed editor a try, talk about changes at the Gnome foundation, and go all in on Wayland. Then put an M.2 drive in a Pi case, chat about Clonezilla, and celebrate Comet as the Linux implementation of GOG's Galaxy. For tips, we have findmnt, PiHole, run0, and hexyl. Find the show notes at https://bit.ly/4f1JTfV and enjoy!

    Host: Jonathan Bennett

    Co-Hosts: Jeff Massie, Rob Campbell, and Ken McDonald

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    • 1 hr 24 min
    It's Called a Movement - RegreSSHion, Wine, and Nexus Mods

    It's Called a Movement - RegreSSHion, Wine, and Nexus Mods

    We take a victory lap for Linux, Cover the SSH vulnerability in great detail, and discuss Fedora's proposal to include opt-in telemetry. KDE ships an update, Nexus Mods is coming to Linux, and Meta has a clever link time optimization approach for the kernel. For tips, we have inxi for better system info, rolldice for all your command line dice rolling needs, dvtm and abduco for simple terminal splitting and detaching, and ollama for running LLMs locally. You can find the show notes at https://bit.ly/3VWzJ7X Back next week!

    Host: Jonathan Bennett

    Co-Hosts: Jeff Massie, Rob Campbell, and David Ruggles

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    • 1 hr 39 min
    Processor Weeds - PCI-E, Intel, and Raspberry Pi

    Processor Weeds - PCI-E, Intel, and Raspberry Pi

    We're diving into the weeds this week, talking about tapeouts, PCI-E specifications, and kernel scheduling on today's oddball systems. There are releases to check out, like the latest OpenShot, Pipewire, and Raspberry Pi Connect. And finally we look to the future of Ubuntu, Gnome, and X11. For tips we have umask, shebang, and archiemount. Find the show notes at https://bit.ly/4eH3zFZ and enjoy!

    Host: Jonathan Bennett

    Co-Hosts: Jeff Massie and David Ruggles

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    Club TWiT members can discuss this episode and leave feedback in the Club TWiT Discord.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Squidgame Installer - RISC-V Framework, Still X Windows, and More Kaspersky

    Squidgame Installer - RISC-V Framework, Still X Windows, and More Kaspersky

    It's another Linux laptop, and this time Framework is bringing the RISC-V heat. There's an LTS battle brewing, KDE pushes 6.1 with more fixes, and X Windows turns 40. And don't forget the Firefox beta, Raspberry Pi going Monochrome, and more news about Kaspersky. For tips, we have a tiling shell in Gnome, the fuser command for finding what's using that file, nproc for showing off how many cores your new machine has, and how to convince your browser to visit that IPv6 address instead of just searching it. The notes are available at https://bit.ly/4ewEzRF



    Host: Jonathan Bennett

    Co-Hosts: Rob Campbell, Jeff Massie, and Ken McDonald

    Want access to the video version and exclusive features? Become a member of Club TWiT today! https://twit.tv/clubtwit

    Club TWiT members can discuss this episode and leave feedback in the Club TWiT Discord.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Throw Some Coffee in the Tip Jar - Rocket, Amber, and NVIDIA

    Throw Some Coffee in the Tip Jar - Rocket, Amber, and NVIDIA

    We're excited for Linux laptops, the Rocket Accelerator for Rokchips, and a new programming language for Bash scripts. Then there's the extensible scheduler coming to 6.11 because Torvalds says so, NVIDIA making a move on the upstream kernel, and a bit of a change for ChromeOS. For tips, we have the quake terminal, a tmux environment variable, and an automount command to pick up your missing mounts. See the show notes at https://bit.ly/4esmR1N and enjoy!

    Host: Jonathan Bennett

    Co-Hosts: Rob Campbell and David Ruggles

    Want access to the video version and exclusive features? Become a member of Club TWiT today! https://twit.tv/clubtwit

    Club TWiT members can discuss this episode and leave feedback in the Club TWiT Discord.

    • 1 hr 11 min

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Great long form discussions

All the other Linux podcasts are short or it is one guy rambling on about what is in the news. The Untitled Linux show is a fun group of guys discussing Linux news, experiences, and tips for one and a half to two hours every week.

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