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Weekly Linux news and analysis by Chris and Joe. The show every week we hope you'll go to when you want to hear an informed discussion about what’s happening.

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Linux Action News 123

September 16th, 2019


Speed is the big story around GNOME 3.34, two new major Firefox security features start to roll out, and we explain the CentOS 8 delay.

Linux Action News 122

September 9th, 2019


Android 10 has a lot we like while the PinePhone is real and closer than we thought.

Plus Red Hat's new desktop strategy, and what we think …

Linux Action News 121

September 2nd, 2019


Microsoft continues to prove how much it loves Linux while Google tries to eat their lunch, mixed news from Mozilla, and good stuff from GNOME.

Plus Telegram's cryptocurrency is definitely happening. Honest.

Linux Action News 120

August 26th, 2019


More tools to keep your Linux box and cloud servers secure this week, OpenPOWER responds to Risc-V competition, and we ponder the year-long …

Linux Action News 119

August 17th, 2019


We go hands-on with the big Xfce release that took four years and five months to develop. Kubernetes gets an audit that might just set a precedent, and Google has a new feature for AMP that has us all worked up.

Linux Action News 118

August 10th, 2019


Ubuntu integrates ZFS even further, NVIDIA starts publishing GPU documentation, and Harmony OS makes its debut.

Plus why you might actually want to use the new Dex, significant performance gains for a beloved …

Linux Action News 117

August 5th, 2019


Manjaro's news starts us off and leads us into a bigger philosophical question about open source development.

Plus Gnome and KDE come together at the Linux App Summit, Mozilla's update on DNS-over-HTTPS, and …

Linux Action News 116

July 29th, 2019


Fedora CoreOS is introduced and its future looks bright, VLC's president debunks security claims, Mozilla debuts an open-source router firmware and the Android flaw that might be our favorite in years.

Plus …

Linux Action News 115

July 22nd, 2019


We're pleasantly surprised by a new Linux distro, EvilGnome malware spies on Gnome Shell users, and more good news for MacBook Linux users.

Plus why RetroArch coming to Steam is a bit controversial, ubuntu-wsl …

Linux Action News 114

July 13th, 2019


Another project breach raises significant questions, Fedora considers dropping Snaps in Gnome Software, and has the ISPA let Mozilla off the hook?

Plus Microsoft makes it into linux-distros, the Raspberry Pi 4 …

Linux Action News 113

July 8th, 2019


We try out Debian 10 Buster and cover what's new. There is a fresh Linux distro for Chromebooks that is very appealing, and the ISPA calls Mozilla a villain.

Plus why Fucshia OS might be the most significant …

Linux Action News 112

June 30th, 2019


We've got the new Raspberry Pi 4 and share our thoughts, why Microsoft applied to join the linux-distros mailing list, and Ubuntu's 32-bit future is clarified.

Plus Mozilla's big plans Firefox on Android, and …

Linux Action News 111

June 24th, 2019


Ubuntu sets the Internet on fire, new Linux and FreeBSD vulnerabilities raise concern, while Mattermost raises $50M to compete with Slack.

Linux Action News 110

June 17th, 2019


Elders in the community show us how to properly build services, Huawei is reportedly working on a Sailfish OS fork and Apple joins the Cloud Native club.

Plus Facebook wants you to use their cryptocurrency, …

Linux Action News 109

June 10th, 2019


Mozilla's master strategy becomes clear, CockroachDB surrenders to the software as a service reality, while Microsoft and Oracle link up.

Plus Google argues that keeping Huawei on their Android is better for …

Linux Action News 108

June 3rd, 2019


Frankenstein Linux malware and a Docker bug that's blown out of proportion get our attention this week.

As well as the new GParted release, the Unity Editor for Linux and the Browser vendors struggle with the …

Linux Action News 107

May 27th, 2019


Firefox has a new speed trick, openSUSE Leap has a time-traveling kernel while the project plans for the future, and we react to Antergros coming to an end.

Plus the ghost of Firefox OS lives on in the …

Linux Action News 106

May 20th, 2019


ZombieLoad's impact on Linux, AMP to start hiding Google from the URL, and the huge Linux switch underway.

Plus the impact of Google suspending business with Huawei, the recent ChromeOS feature silently …

Linux Action News 105

May 13th, 2019


RHEL 8 is released, we report from the ground of the big announcement, Microsoft announces WSL 2 with a real Linux kernel at the core, and details on their new open source terminal.

Plus Alpine Linux Docker …

Linux Action News 104

May 6th, 2019


Fedora 30 is out, we share our thoughts. Purism's new Librem One service is launched, we're rather skeptical and the reason might surprise you.

Plus the massive Firefox blunder, Canonical's new service, and a …

Linux Action News 103

April 28th, 2019


Docker Hub gets hacked, Nextcloud 16 has a new feature to prevent hacks, and France's 'Secure" Telegram replacement gets hacked within an hour.

Plus who is spending $30m a month on AWS? Docker on ARM, and some …

Linux Action News 102

April 22nd, 2019


Ubuntu 19.04 is released we share our take, OpenSSH has an important release, and Mozilla brings Python to the browser.

Also WebThings is …

Linux Action News 101

April 15th, 2019


Google's important news this week, why Linux is fueling PowerShell Growth, and the Matrix breach that might be worse than it sounds.

Plus more good work by Mozilla, and the Chinese crackdown on Bitcoin mining.

Linux Action News 100

April 8th, 2019


Chef goes 100% open source, and this recipe has an old twist, plus the real cost of abandoning the VMware lawsuit.

A new way to run Android …

Linux Action News 99

April 1st, 2019


Mozilla’s new Android app, Google wants you to adopt AMP for Email, and our reaction to LVFS joining the Linux Foundation.

Plus Debian's generous gift, Red Hat crosses the $3B mark, and the Open Source Awards …

Linux Action News 98

March 25th, 2019


Is Linux gaming really being saved by Google's Stadia platform? We discuss the details and possibilities.

Plus good news for KDE Connect users, Intel begins work on next-generation open source video drivers, …

Linux Action News 97

March 18th, 2019


We try out the latest GNOME 3.32 release, and why it might be the best release ever. New leader candidates for Debian emerge, we experience foundation inception, and NGINX is getting acquired.

Plus Android Q …

Linux Action News 96

March 11th, 2019


Free Software does what commercial can't this week, getting a Debian desktop on more Android devices gets closer, and PureOS promises Convergence but is there more beneath the surface?

Plus Microsoft open …

Linux Action News 95

March 4th, 2019


We sift Mobile World Congress to find just the best and most relevant stories, and discuss the Thunderclap vulnerability.

Plus we say …

Linux Action News 94

February 25th, 2019


Linus pops another hype bubble, we go hands on with the new OnionShare, and some insights into Redis labs changing its license... Again.

And why KDE joining the Matrix, along with others might be establishing …

Linux Action News 93

February 18th, 2019


Google scrambles to repurpose Android Things, Microsoft wants to protect your Linux install really bad, and the first bank backed Crypto-coin makes a splash.

Plus Void Linux issues a warning, running Linux on …

Linux Action News 92

February 11th, 2019


A week of nasty security flaws, and a lack of patches... For some of us. Raspberry Pi opens a physical store, our thoughts on the new LibreOffice interface, and the new round of nasty flaws hitting all versions …

Linux Action News 91

February 4th, 2019


Firefox is standing out, Pine64 has a lot more cheap Linux hardware coming, and the good and the bad with the new Kodi Release.

Plus HP …

Linux Action News 90

January 28th, 2019


Debian has a big fix, Chromium might block ads, Valve makes another big investment in Linux, and Google gets serious about bringing Fuchsia to market.

Plus we announce a new Linux podcast, and run down the …

Linux Action News 89

January 21st, 2019


Another troubling week for MongoDB, ZFS On Linux lands a kernel workaround, and 600 days of postmarketOS.

Plus our thoughts on the new Project Trident release, and Mozilla ending their Test Pilot program.


Linux Action News 88

January 14th, 2019


Choose your own Linux is coming to Chrome OS, GitHub private repos go free, LVFS gets another win, and Amazon released their MongoDB competitor DocumentDB.

Plus Homebrew comes to Linux, the recent Ethereum …

Linux Action News 87

January 6th, 2019


Raspberry Pi joins the RISC-V Foundation, MIPS is going open source, and Mozilla is experimenting with more ads in Firefox.

Plus the BSDs rebase their ZFS on the Linux implementation, the EU has bug bounties, …

Linux Action News 86

December 30th, 2018


We take a look back at our 2018 Linux predictions, and make some bold new ones for the year ahead.

Plus there’s no avoiding how far off we …

Linux Action News 85

December 23rd, 2018


It’s been a huge year for Linux and FOSS news, and we take a look at some of the major stories that shaped the industry over the last 12 …

Linux Action News 84

December 17th, 2018


Intel developers are working to open source the FSP, Fuchsia SDK and device repos show up in Android AOSP, and our BSD buddies have some big news.

Plus the pending removal of the x32 sub-architecture from …

Linux Action News 83

December 10th, 2018


Microsoft is moving to Chromium, and Mozilla isn't too thrilled about it.

Plus the Kernel team's clever Spectre slowdown fix, Emby goes …

Linux Action News 82

December 3rd, 2018


Clear Linux doubles down on the desktop, Fedora 31 is likely canceled or delayed, and why Firecracker is being called the new "Docker killer".

Plus AMP's new governance model kicks in, and the Necuno Mobile …

Linux Action News 81

November 26th, 2018


The Fuchsia bomb ticks closer, Valve's Steam Link end of life shocks us, and Amazon's new, rather obvious feature.

Plus the surprise use for Red Hat Enterprise, and an update on the Linux powered Atari VCS.

Linux Action News 80

November 19th, 2018


Mark Shuttleworth announced 10 years support of Ubuntu 18.04, but there's a catch. Why we're buying the new Raspberry Pi, and we have a …

Linux Action News 79

November 12th, 2018


Ubuntu on select Samsung devices goes into beta, we cover the technicalities of Linux on the new Macs, one of our favorite desktop projects gets a big update, and the Librem 5 slips.

Plus it's the end of the …

Linux Action News 78

November 5th, 2018


The new Fedora has a neat trick, The Register's KDE klickbait, and GhostBSD impresses.

Plus Sailfish's release strategy gets refined, …

Linux Action News 77

October 28th, 2018


Linus is back in charge with the whole world watching, IBM is buying Red Hat, and Pine64 says they’re working on a Plasma phone.

Plus …

Linux Action News 76

October 21st, 2018


The Cosmic Cuttlefish is out, and we share our quick take. Juno finally lands and this one sets the bar, MongoDB gets hip to the license changes, and watch out Linux... Here come the pros!

Plus we go over the …

Linux Action News 75

October 15th, 2018


Another fork is brewing, Microsoft hands over their patents of mass destruction leaving us with a few questions, and the best features of the new Plasma release.

Plus Google's new Linux hardware, Flatpaks have …

Linux Action News 74

October 8th, 2018


Red Hat's Stratis project reaches a major milestone, Microsoft's Linux powered dev boards go up for sale, and Fedora's hunt for buggy hibernation under Linux has begun.

Plus Android App mirroring, how the …

Linux Action News 73

September 30th, 2018


Google's Project Zero criticizes Linux distros, Firefox can now tell you when you get pwned, and the growing elephant in the room about Azure.

Plus a new release of our favorite non-distro, GPL revoking …

Linux Action News 72

September 23rd, 2018


Linus is taking a break from maintaining the kernel, AMP might be set free, and Firefox goes VR.

It’s also been a big week for Linux on Windows with Flatpaks and a new distro running on WSL, and a flawless …

Linux Action News 71

September 17th, 2018


Fedora want help testing their innovations, Mozilla continue to focus on mobile, Chrome OS gets a major new feature, and Microsoft almost stepped in it bigtime.

Plus new releases from nano and Nextcloud, huge …

Linux Action News 70

September 9th, 2018


Great new releases for GNOME and Tor, delays for the Librem 5, and Linus proves to be extremely important.

Plus some innovative tech gets an open source implementation, and NSA encryption removed from the …

Linux Action News 69

September 3rd, 2018


This week saw a huge release for UBports, proof that LMDE is still alive, and Mozilla earning a lot of respect.

Plus mixed news for Google, …

Linux Action News 68

August 26th, 2018


Some massive free software milestones this week, Intel's Microcode benchmark snafu, and Windows games for Steam on Linux confirmed, so we give it a test.

Plus Venezuela ties its currency to a cryptocoin, and …

Linux Action News 67

August 20th, 2018


It seems Valve is working to make Windows games work on Linux, and LVFS turns its focus to NVMe drives.

Plus KDE 3 lives on, Endless ships …

Linux Action News 66

August 13th, 2018


We cover the noteworthy features of Android Pie, Lenovo joins The Linux Vendor Firmware Service, and Dropbox is ending support for non-Ext4 filesystems.

Plus big news for Flatpaks, the blockchain goes to work, …

Linux Action News 65

August 5th, 2018


GNOME and elementary OS receive a large somewhat mysterious donation. Wireguard is coming to a Kernel near you, and Mozilla wants to talk about the Dweb.

Plus OpenWrt is alive and well, and Samsung has a new …

Linux Action News 64

July 30th, 2018


Slackware's founder runs into challenges, YouTube makes changes that slow down Firefox, while Firefox is cutting back on some features, and another German region dumps FOSS.

Plus some hard data on why it's …

Linux Action News 63

July 23rd, 2018


Linux gains a world class media editor, Atari is making Chris nervous, and the Librem 5 hits some rocky waters.

Plus the EU fines Google …

Linux Action News 62

July 16th, 2018


Arch finds itself in the barrel, Ubuntu goes on a diet, and Python's leader for life has had enough, and steps down.

Plus Debian joins …

Linux Action News 61

July 8th, 2018


SUSE is acquired and GNOME is hiring, and it might just be the summer of forks.

Plus how about a new package manager for your distro?

Linux Action News 60

July 1st, 2018


Gentoo's GitHub is compromised, and Google's writing big checks to the Linux Foundation to distract you from the Fuchsia elephant in the room.

Plus we try out AWS' new Linux WorkSpace, RISC-V's Linux first …

Linux Action News 59

June 25th, 2018


Projects once thought dead are now full of life, with new major releases and we kick the tires.

Plus new commits suggest Fuchsia will …

Linux Action News 58

June 17th, 2018


Plasma Desktop has a new release so we cover new features and some bugs, Mycroft has an "opportunity" for you, and trouble at CopperheadOS.

Linux Action News 57

June 10th, 2018


Free and open source developers are still freaking out about Microsoft buying GitHub, ReactOS reaches a major milestone, TrueOS appears to be forking, and changes are coming to the core of Plasma desktop team.

Linux Action News 56

June 3rd, 2018


Ubuntu-based Atari VCS crowdfunding is going very well, Endless employees are hit with layoffs, and why GNOME might be too fat for Pi.

Plus the group trying to force Samsung to update its phone loses, and …

Linux Action News 55

May 27th, 2018


openSUSE Leap 15 is released, along a new LXQt, the Essential Phone getting canceled, and why older Chrombooks might be receiving the big …

Linux Action News 54

May 20th, 2018


Asteroid OS reaches 1.0, and Joe gives it a go. GNOME developers consider removing the ability to launch binaries, but punt for now. And the lessons learned from malware in the Snap Store.

Plus the reality of …

Linux Action News 53

May 13th, 2018


It's confirmed Linux apps are coming to Chrome OS. Google is finally putting pressure on OEMs to ship security patches, and we try Android of Things.

Plus we get some clarity on CoreOS and Red Hat, and their …

Linux Action News 52

May 6th, 2018


Fedora fights for the user, Ubuntu Flavours draw the line, and why we're worried small distributions are starting to collapse.

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Linux Action News 51

April 29th, 2018


Ubuntu 18.04 is out and we round up the new features, the flavours, and our first takes. The Librem 5 learns a new trick, and Linux apps on Chrome OS looks like a much bigger deal than first suspected.

Plus …

Linux Action News 50

April 22nd, 2018


Trisquel has a new release, and Chris tries out the new ReactOS. Plus our thoughts on Microsoft announcing their own Linux, the German government switching to NextCloud, and the fix is in for Gnome Shell's …

Linux Action News 49

April 15th, 2018


ZFS' first data loss bug comers to Linux, GameMode could have some serious potential, and Mozilla thinks the Internet is in bad shape.

Plus …

Linux Action News 48

April 8th, 2018


The Linux kernel gets a spring cleaning, things are going well for RISC-V, and Linux-Libre is clearly prioritizing freedom over security with their recent update.

Steam Machines were pronounced dead and then …

Linux Action News 47

April 1st, 2018


ChromeOS comes to tablets, and we ponder why... Google removes Kodi from autocomplete results in an apparent bow to pressure, Firefox …

Linux Action News 46

March 25th, 2018


webOS is back, and the Linux Foundation has a Hypervisor for your car. Plus some of GNOME's performance issues, Firefox changes, and the …

Linux Action News 45

March 18th, 2018


Gnome's new tricks, our favorite thing about the Raspberry Pi 3B+, Eric Raymond's call for an open source UPS, and the US city that banned …

Linux Action News 44

March 11th, 2018


OpenWatch is trying to free your wrist and empower modular smart watches, Fedora's solution to the IoT mess, and more AMP shenanigans from …

Linux Action News 43

March 4th, 2018


Developers are the new gold rush for OEMs and selling Linux is their way to get you to buy. Purism takes big steps to make their laptops …

Linux Action News 42

February 25th, 2018


Open Source salvation from Android and iOS gets closer this week, an update on Ubuntu's metrics collection, and huge news for Signal and …

Linux Action News 41

February 18th, 2018


A famous Solaris tool comes to Linux, Firefox is baking in ads, and Google wants to take over the web with AMP.

Plus Ubuntu's plans to …

Linux Action News 40

February 11th, 2018


It's week of major project releases, elementary OS gears up for some contested changes, and Mozilla has a solution for the world's IoT mess.

Linux Action News 39

February 3rd, 2018


Red Hat shakes up the container world with its CoreOS purchase. Skype ships as a snap and Chris has a report from Canonical's recent development sprint.

Plus more hardware for Plasma Mobile, Matrix gets a …

Linux Action News 38

January 28th, 2018


Ubuntu is switching back to Xorg, Linus calls out Intel, and are the BSDs dying?

Plus how you can start testing Plasma Mobile, Pursim aims …

Linux Action News 37

January 21st, 2018


A major open source milestone, some OnePlus users compromised, Google switches to Debian, and we have Spectre and Meltdown updates.

Plus …

Linux Action News 36

January 14th, 2018


Barcelona is switching to FOSS the right way, Nextcloud launches peer-to-peer encrypted video calls, big changes are coming to Google's AMP, and why the BSD camp is laughing at Linux this week.

Plus Fedora's …

Linux Action News 35

January 7th, 2018


We start with good news, fun speculation, and an open source success story. Then we get into Meltdown and Spectre.

Plus we follow up on the …

Linux Action News 34

December 19th, 2017


Our top 4 predictions for Linux in 2018, and then we shift gears and give you the top 6 things we hope just might happen.

Plus we put hard …

Linux Action News 33

December 19th, 2017


Chris and Joe look back at the big news stories of 2017, some notable trends, the changes that impacted Desktop Linux users, and the topics …

Linux Action News 32

December 17th, 2017


Mozilla violates users' trust, Amazon has a new Linux, OpenSSH is coming to Windows, and Intel blocks disabling of the Management Engine.

Linux Action News 31

December 10th, 2017


The Ghost of Yahoo and Mozilla go to battle, the right way to abandon a project, the coming UK Bitcoin crackdown, and Android GO is released to OEMs.

Plus the Intel ME situation that's much worse than …

Linux Action News 30

December 3rd, 2017


Bitcoin breaks $10k and we ponder its true value, big companies join the compliance-first approach to GPLv2, we spot some red flags in the latest Raspbian x86 release, and Mozilla has a new open source project.

Linux Action News 29

November 26th, 2017


Android tracking more invasive than previously known, Ubuntu wants your ideas for Mir, and Linus gets heated about Kernel security while we focus on the technical issue at the heart of the matter.

Plus a new …

Linux Action News 28

November 19th, 2017


Fedora goes modular, Firefox makes a quantum leap, and a Linux classic makes a come back.

Plus a big moment for the Kernel, Red Hat goes …

Linux Action News 27

November 11th, 2017


New details show Linux on Galaxy phones further along than expected, Bitcoin's bad week explained, and CrossOver enables Windows apps, on ChromeOS.

Plus Canonical puts out a call for help, Munich votes to …

Linux Action News 26

November 5th, 2017


It's a week of red flags and success. The Plasma Mobile project sets humble goals, Firefox learns new tricks, a TOR flaw for Linux users, and Canonical joins the Gnome Advisory Board.

Plus a new report claims …

Linux Action News 25

October 28th, 2017


Big changes coming to Linux Mint, hope for ZFS upstream in Linux, and Mozilla helps out TOR. Plus how Russia may help legitimize …

Linux Action News 24

October 22nd, 2017


The Linux desktop on Samsung phones, Intel ME disabled on Purism laptops, big Kernel news, and Ubuntu 17.10 is out.

Plus our brief thoughts on the new Ubuntu release, its various flavors, an important …

Linux Action News 23

October 14th, 2017


Fixing Steam on Linux for good, new toys for Fedora and Plasma users, OnePlus gets busted & the Librem 5 gets funded.

Plus some key …

Linux Action News 22

October 7th, 2017


Google's new hardware fails to impress, Sailfish X becomes a reality, and the most disappointing thing about Munich's slide back to …

Linux Action News 21

October 1st, 2017


Atari has a Linux powered console, some brief Ubuntu updates, and the biggest Kernel news in years.

Then we consider the recent smattering …

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September 24th, 2017


GNOME endorses the Librem 5, Replicant and UBports support more devices, Pipewire is major news for video on Linux, EFF walks away from W3C over DRM, Facebook reacts to community pressure, and Red Hat expands …

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September 16th, 2017


Gnome users have something to celebrate, Purism and KDE are working together, and Manjaro has some hardware.

Plus why we're not too worried about BlueBourne, the fight for public money to fund public code, …

Linux Action News 18

September 10th, 2017


Why AsteroidOS on your wrist is worth watching, what Project Treble means for future custom ROMs, Debian's Docker dominance, and why China might shut down Bitcoin exchanges.

Plus how NGINX plans to make big …

Linux Action News 17

September 3rd, 2017


An Ubuntu developer event is happening soon, 17.10 Beta 1 has dropped for most of the flavours, Reddit closes its source while Phoenix OS opens theirs, Google getting serious about kernel updates in Android, …

Linux Action News 16

August 27th, 2017


New Linux hardware, Purism's Librem 5, and Jolla's €50 Sailfish ROM.

Plus Chris' quick take on Android Oreo, Google goes for Microsoft's …

Linux Action News 15

August 20th, 2017


A big batch of Debian updates, Gnome turns 20, Joe's report from OggCamp, the Solus trifecta, encrypted ZFS comes to Linux finally, and …

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August 12th, 2017


Flatpak and snap get the Solus boost, Ubuntu's community is getting a remake, and development on Ubuntu 17.10 has taken an interesting turn.

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August 6th, 2017


Surprising details in how Ubuntu's Gnome desktop is getting implemented, Krita hits some troubles but the community comes to the rescue, Bitcoin splits, Firefox sends, and Red Hat gives up on Btrfs.

Plus …

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July 29th, 2017


A good week for desktop Linux with news from Ubuntu, Fedora & openSUSE.

Plus our take on the pending death of Flash, some great work by the Debian project & Mozilla updates us on Project Common Voice.

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July 22nd, 2017


Android for the desktop might be dead, Google Glass is back, the latest Firefox usage data is devastating & the next Ubuntu is ready for a shakedown.

Plus a quick look at Phoenix OS & the Ubuntu 18.04 …

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July 15th, 2017


With Chris away, Ryan joins Joe. A new release for Fedora, Yunit is now available for Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu is now an app in the Windows Store, Ryan gives us more details about System76's new OS, Ikey starts his …

Linux Action News 9

July 9th, 2017


New data gives us insight into recent bold moves by Linux hardware vendors Tuxedo and System76, Endless OS takes big steps to get closer to …

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July 2nd, 2017


SUSE hits the Windows Store and we finally get some important classifications, System76 announces Pop!_OS and we do a deep analysis, and why Mir is back with a plan to support Wayland.

Plus Debian warns of …

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June 25th, 2017


More hardware acceleration comes to desktop Linux, Mozilla launches ambitious new projects, Unity 7 fans can rejoice & Jolla has an …

Linux Action News 6

June 18th, 2017


More competition in desktop Linux, Debian 9, Tails 3, Firefox 54, FreeNAS 11 & OpenMediaVault 3 all get released.

We discuss the …

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June 11th, 2017


A look at the future of the Ubuntu desktop and one of its flavors, plus Docker aims to improve Linux security upstream with LinuxKit.

And …

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June 4th, 2017


Two Linux desktop classics make big strides, Coreboot joins the Conservancy, and Toyota cars will soon run Linux. Plus newly announced Ambient OS will be open source, just like Android, and its creator Andy …

Linux Action News 3

May 28th, 2017


NextCloud goes global, Devuan hits one, Solus keeps expanding, Firefox is trying, but Chrome has won. And more progress on Coreboot.

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May 21st, 2017


Ubuntu's Gnome plans start to form, and they want your input. The Linux subsystem is coming to Windows Server, and Mycroft is finally ready to ship.

Plus the Tizen surprise, elementary OS' pay-what-you-want …

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May 14th, 2017


Canonical IPO is a go, Microsoft brings more Linux to Windows, OpenWRT, LEDE agree on Linux-for-routers peace plan & Google launches project Treble.

Welcome to Linux Action News's debut episode. It’s our …

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May 5th, 2017


It's not even the first proper episode but Chris and Joe talk about kernel security, UEFI Secure Boot, the latest Raspberry Pi news, Nexus …

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