Podcast

November 3, 2011 in Linux

  1. Adam's Lumpen Potato Adventure
    Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, Chris Procter, Adam Sweet, and Ade Bradshaw get back together after a three year hiatus for a 2011 LugRadio reunion show! Featuring: Social networking: what’s identi.ca’s …
  2. LugRadio Live and Unleashed 2009
    Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, Chris Procter, and Adam Sweet in the last ever LugRadio show, from LugRadio Live 2009. Featuring all the previous LugRadio presenters, a wall behind the presenters with a …
  3. LugRadio Live and Unleashed 2008
    Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, Chris Procter, and Adam Sweet get up on stage at LugRadio Live UK 2008 and talk about various things: LugRadio Live: let’s do it next year! What will we be talking about …
  4. I'll state my case
    Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, Chris Procter, and Adam Sweet talk about Linux, open source, and all manner of associated things. In this, the last ordinary LugRadio show, we’re talking about: Why don’t …
  5. More on that later
    Jono Bacon, Stuart Langridge, Chris Procter, and Adam Sweet talk about Linux, open source, and all manner of associated things. In this show we’re talking about: Starting out on your own: if you’re th …


  1. LQ Radio Update
    A quick update. The LQ Podcast will be returning in the very near future. Thanks for the patience. OhioLinuxfest –jeremy …
  2. LinuxQuestions.org Podcast – 05.09.08
    The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include a gratis Ubunu Live pass, Microsoft walks away from the Yahoo deal, the OpenSolaris community v2: prepare yourself and MySQL licensing redux. LQ-P …
  3. LinuxQuestions.org Podcast – 04.09.08
    The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include an update on the podcast, Lug Radio Live US, the MySQL Conference and Expo, a new advertising policy at LinuxQuestions.org, and the following OSBC …
  4. LinuxQuestions.org Podcast – 02.28.08
    The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include the 2007 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Award winners, LQ is sponsoring LugRadio Live USA 2008 and the MySQL Conference and Expo, Sun and Open …
  5. LQ Radio Interview – Gareth and Orv from SCALE 6X
    The LQ Radio Interview series continues. In this edition we have Orv Beach, Public Relations Committee Chair, and Gareth Greenaway, Operations Committee and Community Relations Chair, from SCALE – the …
  6. LinuxQuestions.org Podcast – 01.17.08
    The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include the 2007 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards, official participation at LQ, OSBC coverage, Open Source code contains security holes, is Apple …
  7. LinuxQuestions.org Podcast – 01.07.08
    The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include happy New Year from LQ, the 2007 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards, SCALE 6X, Matthew Szulik resigns as Red Hat CEO and is replaced by an a …
  8. LinuxQuestions.org Podcast – 12.19.07
    The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include an update on the Sun / NetApp ZFS patent litigation: change of venue and prior art, a global Open Source Census, some Novell momentum, Red Hat: Bo …
  9. A new podcast will be posted soon
    I apologize for another short unplanned podcast hiatus. A new podcast should be posted next week. In the mean time, I have been blogging regularly about many of the same topics that are included in th …
  10. LinuxQuestions.org Podcast – 10.29.07
    The latest LinuxQuestions.org Podcast. Topics include Linux losing market share to Windows server, Acacia’s latest target is NetFlix, Asian Linux distributor Turbolinux strikes patent covenant deal wi …


  1. The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 864
    sodipodi, 3d printing a camper, arm supercomputer, novell, opensuse
  2. The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 863
    sodipodi, 3d printing a camper, arm supercomputer, novell, opensuse
  3. The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 862
    pi4, opensuse, model rocketry, 3d printing
  4. The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 861
    buidling a ak-47, jenkins, ansible, varnish.
  5. The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 860
    a walk down memory lane, games, toys, hardware
  6. The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 859
    windowmaker, covid, 3d printing, homebuilt systems, usb, thunderbolt
  7. The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 858
    3d printing grammaphone, windows package manager winget, desktop environments vs window managers, stuff going on
  8. The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 857
    fedora 32, 3d printers, hard drives, taco bell
  9. The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 856
    window managers, allan, good stuff, movies
  10. The Linux Link Tech Show Episode 855
    ubuntu 20.04, 3d printing, table repairs, yums


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  1. The JaK Attack! Episode 2018.46
    Welcome to show number 2018.46 It’s sooooo hot in Canada. And everywhere. 30C/86F around here. Jon is learning more about data centers than he ever wanted to. Kelly has been going to a lot of Plein Ai …
  2. The JaK Attack! Episode 2018.45
    Welcome to show number 2018.45 It’s not possible to talk about Independence Day without bringing up Team America! – “F*ck Yeah!!!” Jon thinks Kung Fury is totally underrated 04:50 – Jon takes us on a …
  3. The JaK Attack! Episode 2018.44
    Welcome to show number 2018.44 Jon’s tweet about religions conveying certain skillsets Kelly’s show at Gallery 1919 in September entitled “Hey, Hey Hali” 06:21 Kelly’s Corner Kelly talks about Spotify …
  4. The JaK Attack! Episode 18.43
    Welcome to show number 2018.43! We’re shellebrating Turtle Day! and also GDPR day! There are three basic responses to GDPR: shut down the site, block European peeps, or comply. Racism Watchdog is Jon’ …
  5. The JaK Attack! Episode 18.42
    Welcome to show number 2018.42! The cops take down a CRA scammer office in India! Kelly had her 9th annual art show last week. Jon talks about Presearch – the decentralized search engine An advertisin …
  6. The JaK Attack! Episode 18.41
    Welcome to show number 2018.41! It’s been a busy week! Tin-foil hats actually increase signal strength, and Elon Musk is making a cyborg dragon. So…there’s that. The show is late because Jon had to go …
  7. The JaK Attack! Episode 18.40
    Welcome to show number 2018.40! It is April 6th and it’s snowing in Canada. Whaaaa? So much going on this week: CloudFlare came out with their new DNS service at 1.1.1.1 WordFence decided to go with s …
  8. The JaK Attack! Episode 18.39
    Welcome to show number 2018.39! Kelly Mengiun Girl and Jon Wilson are at the mic! Jon is pretty sure his personal hell will be PCI compliancy forever We went to see Neil Simon’s play “Rumors” at Cente …
  9. The JaK Attack! Episode 18.38
    Welcome to show number 2018.38! Jon succeeds in being quiet for 32 seconds. VICTORY! Kelly has been prepping for her 9th annual Spring art show on May 6th The main benefactor this year is the Hants Fo …
  10. The JaK Attack! Episode 18.37
    Welcome to show number 2018.37! Seems we can’t get through the intro without busting in. Jon is now officially Apple Sheeple. He’s counfounded by the ports on a Macbook Air. The bare minimum any profe …


  1. DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 873 06 July 2020
    Review of Linux Mint 20, Project Trident updates installer, Haiku improves filesystem support, Ubuntu 19.10 nears end of life, Tips and tricks rescuing encrypted home directory data, opinion poll encr …
  2. DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 872 29 June 2020
    Review of GoboLinux 017, OpenBSD adopts WireGuard, UBports coming to more devices, Fedora plans to set default text editor to Nano, KISS gets new package manager, controlling access to the kernel and …
  3. DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 871 22 June 2020
    Review of Devuan GNU+Linux 3.0.0, Fedora to make upgrades more secure, DragonFly BSD automates HAMMER2 snapshots, openSUSE warns of wireless issues in kernel update, questions and answers BSD versus L …
  4. DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 870 15 June 2020
    Review of Regolith Linux and distri, UBports makes fixing apps easier and ships on the Pinetab, Tails shares known issues and workarounds, revisiting SLS, questions and answers tagging files and searc …
  5. DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 869 08 June 2020
    Review of KISS 1.9.11, EasyOS publishes tool for writing disk images, Linux Mint avoids Snap packages, elementary OS streamline updates, CentOS team answers questions on reddit, questions and answers …


  1. 3D Printed Standoffs For Commodore 64
    It’s been a while since I posted anything here. I should probably start archiving all these projects I am working on. Here is a simple one. The plastic in the Commodore 64 case becomes brittle over ti …
  2. TRS-80 COCO Boot Animations For Android
    I searched Google high and low and couldn’t find any android boot animations of the glorious TRS-80 Color Computer, so I thought “why not make my own?”. Here are the two that I came up with in various …
  3. Initial Thoughts On Raspberry Pi B+
    The Raspberry Pi Foundation release a new version of their wildly successful mini-computer platform today. The Raspberry Pi model B+ is not really an upgrade to the existing platform, but rather an up …
  4. Steam In-Home Streaming Feature Streams Screens (not just games!)
    I dare you to say that title ten times fast. But it’s not just a tongue twister. It’s true! I tried out the new streaming feature using the Linux PC attached to my TV and I able to stream all the game …
  5. Logitech Harmony Keyboard Review on BYB

    Here is my review of the Logitech Harmony Keyboard. It is a really nice device especially if you are bought into the Harmony platform.

  6. This Week In Google 244

    In this episode we discuss the Heartbleed Bug, Google Wireless, Google stock split, Google Project Loon, and more!

  7. Mifos on Floss Weekly
    I had the chance to interview Ed Cable and Vishwas Babu from Mifos about their new product Mifos X and a host of other things related to open source financial applications. Check it out. …
  8. First appearance on TWiT
    It is hard to believe I started helping host at TWiT about 4 years ago, but have never been on This Week in Tech. It was an awful lot of fun to be on the show and meet John C. Dvorak for the first tim …
  9. Check out my first review for BYB

    I am so glad to have been asked to do a review on BYB. Check out my review of the Anker 6000mAh battery at about 29:30 as well as a sneak peak at one of the projects I am working on.

  10. Welcome To The_Source.2.0!
    I have decided to kick off a new version of my website that is more of a blog and less about the Open Source show that I produced from 2006 – 2011. This new site will feature how-to and project conten …


  1. Compliance Management Platform 1.1
    Ron Terry and Erin Quill Talk with Patrick Gookin and Brent McCormick and get us up to speed on Compliance Management Platform, which includes three products, Identity Manager, Access Manager and Sent …
  2. Novell Operations Center 5
    Erin Quill and Ron Terry chat with Michele Hudnall, Solution Product Marketing Manager for Business Service Management, and Tobin Isenberg, Director of Product Management for the Business Service Mana …
  3. openSUSE 11.4
    The Open Audio team talks with Jos Poortvliet, the openSUSE community Manager, about the latest release of openSUSE, 11.4.
  4. Storage Manager 3.0.1
    Erin Quill and Ron Terry talk with David Condrey and Sophia Germanides from the team behind Storage Manager, about what it does for customers and the features and updates of its latest release, 3.0.1.
  5. Novell Identity Manager 4
    The Novell Open Audio Team sits down with Justin Taylor, Sales Enablement Guru for Novell Identity and Security Products, and Bob Bentley, Lead Product Manager for Novell Identity Management Products, …
  6. IBM’s Watson runs SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as it takes Jeopardy
    Erin and Ron talk about the OS behind IBM’s Watson Super Computer as it takes on the two top Jeopardy Contestants. PBS’s Nova http://video.pbs.org/video/1786674622 NPR’s Science Friday http://www.scie …
  7. SUSE Gallery
    Erin Quill and David Mair from the Novell Open Audio Team chat with James Tan, Senior Software Engineer for SUSE Studio, and Cornelius Shumacher, Engineering Manager for SUSE Studio, about how the new …
  8. SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension
    Erin Quill and Ron Terry sit down with Lars Marowsky-Bree, Project Manager and Architect for the SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension, to chat about changes and updates in SLE 11 Service …
  9. SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP 1 Part 2
    Erin Quill and Ron Terry continue to talk with Matthias Eckermann from the SUSE Linux Server Core Team about Service Pack 1 of SUSE Linux Enterprise 11. Part 2 of 2.k
  10. SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP 1 Part 1
    Erin Quill and Ron Terry talk with Matthias Eckermann and Olaf Kirch from the SUSE Linux Server Core Team about Service Pack 1 of SUSE Linux Enterprise 11. Part 1 of 2.


  1. Goodbye from Linux Action News
    In what turns out to be our final publication, we say goodbye.Links:Backblaze — Cloud storage that’s astonishingly easy and low-cost. …
  2. Linux Action News 152
    WireGuard officially lands in Linux. We cover a bunch of new features in Linux 5.6 and discuss the recent challenges facing LineageOS. Plus the PinePhone UBports edition goes up for pre-order, and our …
  3. Linux Action News 151
    Mozilla puts your money where your mouse is and partners with Scroll to launch Firefox for a Better Web. We’ll explain the details, and why it might just have a shot. Plus we try out Plasma Bigscreen, …
  4. Linux Action News 150
    Why Debian is facing one of its most critical moments yet, Microsoft and GitHub buy npm, and our thoughts on Linux Mint Debian Edition 4 “Debbie.” Plus, why “Works with Chromebook” might be great for …
  5. Linux Action News 149
    Solid releases from GNOME and Firefox, bad news for custom Android ROM users, and a new container distro from Amazon. Plus Mozilla and KaiOS team up to bring the modern web to feature phones, and the …
  6. Linux Action News 148
    Let’s Encrypt is forced to revoke customer certificates, the big change coming to FreeNAS, and the trick to running Android on an iPhone. Plus our concerns about Debian’s future, and the unfixable Int …
  7. Linux Action News 147
    Bruce Schneier puts his name behind Solid, Firefox starts to roll out DNS over HTTPS as default, and Microsoft’s Linux first device ships to customers. Plus a birthday gift to Raspberry Pi users, Coll …
  8. Linux Action News 146
    Microsoft Defender for Linux is in preview, Mozilla’s VPN has a secret advantage, and why the community is calling out NPM Inc. Plus a new report about open source security, and more.Links:Microsoft: …
  9. Linux Action News 145
    The week was packed with major project releases, we go through each of them and tell you what stands out. Plus an update from Essential, and NetBSD’s first big ask in ten years.Links:KDE Plasma 5.18 R …
  10. Linux Action News 144
    Why we’re disappointed in the CoreOS Container Linux transition, Mycroft goes troll hunting and the complicated story brewing at the GNU Project. Plus, a few community fundraisers.Links:End-of-life an …


  1. Episode 52 Fedora 10
    This week I install Fedora 10 from the live cd installer. It’s a single cd installer compared to the traditional 3 cd or 1 dvd installation method. Anaconda, the Red Hat installation program is access …
  2. Episode 51 Mandriva 2009.0 xfce
    This episode I install the xfce version of Mandriva 2009.0. It’s a very user friendly distro and great for people who want to avoid the command line. The artwork is also very well done. I didn’t have …
  3. Episode 50 Upgrading Slackware
    Well I got this one out in record time :). Upgrading slackware from one version to another has a reputation for being intimidating, but it isn’t. It’s not as easy as “apt-get dist-upgrade” but the ins …
  4. Episode 49 #!Crunchbang
    Well, the Lip is back. I apologize for the long delay. This episode I cover the installation of Crunchbang Linux. Crunchbang is based on Ubuntu Intrepid and uses Openbox for it’s window manager. You a …
  5. Working on a new podcast
    Hi, I know it’s been a while since Ed or I have done any shows or even posted on here. I wanted people to know that we are still alive. However, we both have just had lot of really important things in …
  6. Episode 48 Gentoo part 3
    The Lip is finally back after a month’s delay. I’ve been struggling with gentoo but I finally finished recording and editing this episode. This week I install Xwindows, I get wireless working with wif …
  7. Episode 47 Gentoo part 2
    This week I do the second Gentoo episode. I configure and compile the kernel and do some system configuration and finally get to boot into the new gentoo installation. All this takes almost 2 hours. T …
  8. Episode 46 Gentoo part 1
    I begin installing gentoo in this episode with the 2007.0 minimal install cd. This will be the first of several episodes on gentoo because installing gentoo is a bit tricky and takes more time than mo …
  9. Episode 45 Blag 70000 part 2
    This week I do the follow-up to the Blag 70000 installation. Some of it has the background hiss and some is clear because I managed to get my old Dell laptop working with puppy linux on a usb flash dr …
  10. Episode 44 Blag 70000 part 1
    The Lip is finally back. I’m sorry for the delay, the computer that I was recording on died and I had a hard time finding something to replace it with. I purchased a usb sound card and that’s what I’m …


  1. 102 Sourcetrunk : ZoneMinder
    This episode will help you setting up one of the best surveillance systems available, meet ZoneMinder !
  2. 101 Sourcetrunk : Flashrom
    This episode will briefly describe the usage of Flashrom. Identify, read, write, verify and erase your flash chips from the command line. Yes, it’s also the flash utility for linux to help you update …
  3. 100 Sourcetrunk : Wordpress
    This episode will briefly describe the installation and usage of Wordpress. Creating a website or blog with a thousands of plugins the easy way. Wordpress.org Wordpress.com (create your website in sec …
  4. 099 Sourcetrunk : Tomahawk
    This episode will fundamentally change the way your music is consumed. Meet Tomahawk ! Tomahawk Tomahawk resolvers Tomahawk authors Android picks : Amdroid music from The Daisy Riots theme from Brand …
  5. 098 Sourcetrunk : LightZone
    This episode will throw a bit of light on photo manipulation software. LightZone is the perfect workflow tool for all your RAW editing needs. LightZone Digikam UFRaw DCRaw Shotwell The Gimp Darktable …
  6. 097 Sourcetrunk : Diagramo
    This episode will look into Diagramo : HTML5 flowchart software. Create your flowcharts and collaborate in the cloud or integrate flowchart software in your own web environment. Diagramo Diagramo Demo …
  7. 096 Sourcetrunk : Roundcube
    This episode will briefly demonstrate Roundcube, a webmail client that should fit all your needs from within your browser of choice. Roundcube Roundcube plugins Donate ! ownCloud and Roundcube Fosdem …
  8. 095 Sourcetrunk : Scratch
    This episode will briefly introduce the wonderful Scratch programming environment. There is no excuse left to not teach your kids to program. Scratch Try it out ! Donate ! HTML5 version Arduino Connec …
  9. 094 Sourcetrunk : WebRTC and simpleWebRTC
    WebRTC WebRTC architecture simpleWebRTC Talky.io The Linux Action Show Android picks : Google Chrome for Android music from Emit theme from Brand New Sin on music.podshow.com Beer on this episode : Ba …
  10. 093 Sourcetrunk : OpenShot
    This episode will briefly introduce OpenShot. Video editing under Linux … Really ? Really. OpenShot Donate to OpenShot ! Android picks : VLC for Android music from Sinflood theme from Brand New Sin …


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  1. Episode 42: Qt/Embedded for Linux
    For this topic, Maciej invited Timesys engineers, Justin and Scott, to participate. Both engineers, having enjoyed using Nokia’s software on the Neo phone and having experience with Qt/Embedded for Li …
  2. Episode 41: Desktop-based Build Systems
    For this episode, Maciej invited two Timesys engineers, Daniel and Jason (both of whom have been working with the Timesys desktop build system and a number of open source ones, including buildroot and …
  3. Episode 40: Overview of 2.6.28 Linux Kernel and Talk About the Newly Introduced Boot Tracer
    In this episode Maciej and Daniel, one of Timesys’ Linux gurus, talk about what’s new in the 2.6.28 Linux kernel. The conversation focuses on several aspects of the 2.6.28 kernel that are particularly …
  4. Episode 39: Overview of 2.6.27 Linux Kernel and Talk About UBIFS
    In this episode, our hosts talk about what’s new in the 2.6.27 Linux kernel. Various new features are covered in detail, including support for UBIFS. The hosts discuss the benefits of UBIFS for develo …
  5. Episode 38: Interview with Mike Erickson of Logic
    In this episode, Maciej and Gene interview Mike Erickson of Logic, a leading board design and manufacturing company, and discuss weighty topics such as today’s hottest processors, Linux acceptance, Pi …
  6. Episode 37: Free Software – Part 2
    In this episode, Maciej and Gene talk about what free software means in practice, both for companies that create free software and those who use it as part of their business. The pair gets upset when …
  7. Episode 36: About Free Software:
    Maciej and Gene talk about what “Free Software” means and the rights and obligations of Free Software users. The pair talk about what’s different about GPL3, tivoization, and the Lesser GPL among othe …
  8. Episode 35: 2.6.26 Discussion and MPatrol:
    After a bit of a break, Gene and Maciej talk about 2.6.26 from an embedded developer’s perspective. The pair also discuss the ins and outs of using MPatrol: how it works, what it’s good for, and some …
  9. Episode 34: Overview of 2.6.25 and Talk About debugfs:
    Maciej and Gene talk about what new in the 2.6.25 version of the kernel that’s relevant to embedded developers, like CANBUS (thanks Volkswagen) and real time features that all allocation of processor …
  10. Episode 33: The Propeller Chip:
    Last month, TimeSys was at the ESC West show and brought along the LinuxLink radio gear. In this episode, Maciej and Gene interview Jeff Martin about the technology behind his company’s product, the P …


  1. Going Linux #393 · Listener Feedback
    Bill resists distrohopping, Robert is happy with Mint, Jeremy comes back, and we get advice on ThinkPad, reasons to leave Windows advice on office suites, and much muck more! Episode 393 Time Stamps 0 …
  2. Going Linux #392 · Accessibility On Linux
    Once upon a time, there were Linux distributions that focused on the needs of computer users with disabilities. Today’s Ubuntu MATE does the best job of any modern desktop Linux at including the broad …
  3. Going Linux #391 · Listener Feedback
    The voice mail line gets some use. Bill has some distro and podcast recommendations for exploration during isolation. We help with some issues and we highlight an embarassing mistake. Episode 391 Time …
  4. Going Linux #390 · Replacing Windows 7
    Windows 7 has reached the end of its life. It will no longer receive security updates and Microsoft’s technical support will stop. Running an out-of-date OS can have serious potential risks, and if yo …
  5. Going Linux #389 · Listener Feedback
    Bill burns out on distrohopping after providing multiple release reviews. Our listeners provide feedback on new user recommendations, hard drive mounting, encryption, trying Linux via USB, and the Lin …
  6. Going Linux #388 · Linux Spotlight Interview
    Rocco (BigDaddyLinux) Interviews Larry on Episode 39 of the Linux Spotlight. Episode 388 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #388 · Linux Spotlight Interview 01:55 Linux Spotlight episode 39 03:11 Who is La …
  7. Going Linux #387 · Listener Feedback
    We answer questions and comment on internal drive problems, Microsoft making Linux more popular, the Distrowatch podcast, gPodder and Orca, the Mint forums, print/fax/scan compatibility, games, Manjar …
  8. Going Linux #386 · Switching from OSX or macOS to Linux
    We focus on a handful of Linux distros and provide some feedback on how well they make a Mac user at home. Episode 386 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #386 · Switching from OSX or macOS to Linux 03:54 W …
  9. Going Linux #385 · Listener Feedback
    Apple is to blame for our website insecurity! Paul has a couple of concerns about Linux Mint after listening to Destination Linux, we hear more about EULAs, and Zorin, and more about Orca. John wants …
  10. Going Linux #384 · 2019 Year In Review
    In our annual review of the previous year we discuss Larry’s books on Ubuntu MATE, Microsoft’s transformation into an open source company, the distros we’ve tried, and predictions for 2020. We read a …


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  2. Linux Outlaws 370 – Stay Free, Stay Open Source
    An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube. 0:02:53 Introduction Linux Voice interview and Bytemark advert Jezra’s Sudo Modprobe (The Hella Short Version) Dan recommends the movie …
  3. Linux Outlaws 369 – Dan Lynch’s Hubcap Six
    0:01:25 Introduction Dan says thanks to Eric Beyer who sent him a Sons of Anarchy glass and a T-shirt 0:13:14 The Last Digital Rights Update We talk to the Director of the Open Rights Group, Jim Killo …
  4. Linux Outlaws 368 – The Dark Ages of Free Software
    We discuss all things Free Software and open source for a last time with guest co-host Bradley Kuhn from the Software Freedom Conservancy. Apparently, he’s a Distinguished Technologist. copyleft.org F …
  5. Linux Outlaws 367 – Free as in GNU Piss
    0:00:59 Introduction Psychoactive use of Amanita muscaria RIP Glen A. Larson The Raspberry Pi Model A+ Debian maintainers resign over systemdDE The Rosetta shirt shitstorm @ellypriZeMaN 0:42:54 Discus …
  6. Linux Outlaws 366 – The Imperial Hubcap Collection
    An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube. 0:01:01 Introduction Fab has written over 300 blog posts thanks to Ghost now His desk was included in Linux Voice issue 9 Fab has also f …
  7. Linux Outlaws 365 – Last Stand
    Dan and Fab announce that they will end the show by the end of the year and explain their reasoning for this decision. They also discuss the potential outcomes of this and their plans for the future. …
  8. Linux Outlaws 364 – You Weren’t There, Man!
    After bringing you a recording of the Podcaster Panel from OggCamp 14, we spent this episode to recap the rest of the weekend — as is customary by now. Also check out Fab’s blog post on the weekend. C …
  9. Linux Outlaws 363 – OggCamp 14 Podcaster Panel
    At OggCamp 14, Fab assembled a cast of podcasters to discuss the question “is open source innovative enough?” From left to right: Peter Cannon (The Dick Turpin Road Show), Alan Pope (Ubuntu UK Podcast …
  10. Linux Outlaws 362 – Hitler Funk
    Dan and Fab are off to OggCamp 14 in Oxford and explain what will happen with the show in the meantime. 0:15:48 Song Living This Life to Death by T-Bird & The Breaks (licensed Creative Commons BY-NC-S …


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  1. HPR3111: HPR Community News for June 2020
    table td.shrink { white-space:nowrap } New hosts There were no new hosts this month. Last Month’s Shows Id Day Date Title Host 3086 Mon 2020-06-01 HPR Community News for May 2020 HPR Volunteers 3087 T …
  2. HPR3110: Finding an Android phone to run LineageOS
    Finding an Android phone to run LineageOS Affordable phone that support school apps, and allow firewall. TL;DR Don’t, unless you are willing to loose the money you are paying. Requirements Supported f …
  3. HPR3109: Matchbox Restoration Part 4
    Good day to all in HPR land, this is Tony Hughes coming to you again from Blackpool in the UK. To recap this is the 4th in a series of shows about my hobby of restoring Matchbox and other Die cast mod …
  4. HPR3108: Fuguita as a Desktop

    I cover many issues about using OpenBSD based Fuguita as your Desktop. I wouldn’t have it any other way, I use Fuguita for my main Desktop these days.

  5. HPR3107: Generating comfortable passwords
    Random Password Generation First implementation: 14 character long with 6 letters and 8 digits #!/usr/bin/env python3 # file: passgen-v1.py import random LETTERS = “abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz” if __na …
  6. HPR3106: Linux Inlaws S01E09 Postgres
    S01E09: Postgres Listen to our two OAP interviewing Bruce Momjian, Postgres evangelist and long-time supporter of this popular SQL database. Expect lots of strong language around SQL and NoSQL topics …
  7. HPR3105: Akaso EK7000 Pro
    Action cameras are becoming very popular, and many incorporate a waterproof feature. If you want to try this with something less expensive than a GoPro, take a look at this review. https://youtu.be/tu …
  8. HPR3104: HPR AudioBook Club 19 – Tincture: An Apocalyptic Proposition
    In this episode, the HPR_AudioBookClub discusses Tincture: An Apocalyptic Proposition written by Matthew D. Jordan Non-Spoiler Thoughts If you don’t like knowing what is going on until halfway through …
  9. HPR3103: A warning about browser extensions and add-ons.
    I started getting popups while going to safe websites in chromium-browser. I disabled all browser extensions and then turned them back on individually. I found one that which was causing the problem a …
  10. HPR3102: RFC 5005 Part 2 – Webcomics, subscribers and feed readers
    An interview with two passionate RFC 5005 fans on how to handle big Atom feeds This conversation took almost an hour, so I split it into two shows: Part 1 talks mostly about the RFC itself, what it me …


  1. bsdtalk266 – The nodes take over
    We became tired of waiting.File Info: 7Min, 3MB.Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk266/bsdtalk266.ogg …
  2. bsdtalk265 – Sunset on BSD
    A brief description of playing around with SunOS 4.1.4, which was the last version of SunOS to be based on BSD.File Info: 17Min, 8MbOgg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk265/bsdtalk265.ogg …
  3. bsdtalk264 – Down the Gopher Hole
    Playing around with the gopher protocol.   Description of gopher from the 1995 book “Student’s Guide to the Internet” by David Clark. Also, at the end of the episode is audio from an interview with Ma …
  4. bsdtalk263 – joshua stein and Brandon Mercer
    This episode is brought to you by ftp, the Internet file transfer program, which first appeared in 4.2BSD. An interview with the hosts of the Garbage Podcast, joshua stein and Brandon Mercer. You can …
  5. bsdtalk262 – LightZone with Tex Andrews
    An interview with Tex Andrews from Lightzoneproject.org.  LightZone is open source digital darkroom software.File Info: 23Min, 11MB.Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk262/bsdtalk262.ogg …
  6. bsdtalk261 – Jails and System Management with Kris Moore
    An interview with Kris Moore about the Warden jail management system, iocage, and progress on a new system management API.File Info: 30Min, 14MB.Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/BSDTalk261/BSDTa …
  7. bsdtalk260 – TeachBSD.org with Robert N. M. Watson and George V. Neville-Neil
    Can you believe that it has been a decade of BSDTalk?  The first episode aired on Dec 20, 2005.An interview with Robert N. M. Watson and George V. Neville-Neil about teaching operating systems with tr …
  8. bsdtalk259 – Supporting a BSD Project
    A recording from vBSDCon 2015 of the talk titled “Supporting a BSD Project” with Ed Maste and George Neville-Neil.File Info: 65Min, 31MB.Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk259/bsdtalk259.og …
  9. bsdtalk258 – Chris Henschen from fP Technologies
    Oct 2015 is the 20th anniversary of the OpenBSD source tree!This episode is brought to you by the id utility, which returns the user identity.  id appeared in 4.4 BSD.An interview from vBSDCon 2015 wi …
  10. bsdtalk257 – NetBSD Developer Christos Zoulas
    An interview with NetBSD developer Christos Zoulas at vBSDCon 2015.File Info: 15Min, 7MB.Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk257/bsdtalk257.ogg …


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