Episode Archive

139 episodes of Linux Headlines since the first episode, which aired on September 9th, 2019.

  • 2020-02-20

    February 20th, 2020  |  2 mins 54 secs
    a cloud guru, advanced threat protection, ai, android, atp, bgp, daily linux podcast, dns, eu, europe, european commission, facial recognition, https, ios, let's encrypt, libreoffice, libreoffice 6.3.5, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, man-in-the-middle, microsoft, microsoft office, ml, open source, rsa, security, silicon valley, ssl, tech, tech industry, the document foundation, tls, web security

    A new release for LibreOffice's stable branch has some welcome improvements, Let's Encrypt takes a major step to fight man-in-the-middle attacks, the EU unveils big plans to take on the US tech industry, and Microsoft's endpoint protection software heads to Linux.

  • 2020-02-19

    February 19th, 2020  |  2 mins 40 secs
    a cloud guru, core infrastructure initiative, d9vk, daily linux podcast, debian, dxvk, gamepad, gamingonlinux, gnu social contract, laboratory for innovation science, liam dawe, linux academy, linux foundation, linux headlines, proton

    The Core Infrastructure Initiative has published its second major report, a DRM-free Linux game store shoots for the stars, and the clock is ticking for the GNU maintainers.

  • 2020-02-18

    February 18th, 2020  |  2 mins 56 secs
    100 best companies to work for, a cloud guru, amazon web services, aws, cloud, cloud migration, cyber-security, cybersecurity, daily linux podcast, dart, education, firefox, fortune, hybrid cloud, iot, kotlin, learning, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, mozilla, o'reilly, python, red hat, ruby, rust, swift, the state of open source, trends, webthings

    Red Hat moves up Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For list, Mozilla releases significant changes to its WebThings Gateway, and O'Reilly publishes analytics for its online learning platform.

  • 2020-02-17

    February 17th, 2020  |  2 mins 40 secs
    a cloud guru, daily linux podcast, ivpn, linux academy, linux headlines, mypaint, privacy one group, private internet access, startpage, system1, vpn, waterfox acquired

    Two separate VPN companies have recently open-sourced client software, and updates to some beloved projects.

  • 2020-02-14

    February 14th, 2020  |  2 mins 51 secs
    a cloud guru, blender, bsd, corona labs, cryptography, daily linux podcast, fido, fundraising, licensing, linux academy, linux headlines, netbsd, openssh, pixar, sdk, security, sha-1, ssh

    OpenSSH plans for the future of cryptography, NetBSD launches its first fundraising drive in a decade, Blender releases version 2.82, and Corona Labs announces its shutdown.

  • 2020-02-13

    February 13th, 2020  |  2 mins 58 secs
    a cloud guru, big-iron, chrome, cloud, daily linux podcast, datacenter, decentralization, federation, firefox, firefox 75, framasoft, free software, google, ibm, kubernetes, late night linux, lazy image loading, linux academy, linux headlines, linuxone, linuxquestions, mainframe, members choice awards, mozilla, on-prem, open source, openshift, peertube, podcast of the year, red hat, servers, telegram, webcast, z series

    IBM brings Kubernetes to the mainframe, PeerTube 2.1 is packed with polish, lazy image loading is slowly coming to Firefox, and find out which podcast was awarded Podcast of the Year.

  • 2020-02-12

    February 12th, 2020  |  2 mins 36 secs
    a cloud guru, amazon web services, andy rubin, aws, canonical, daily linux podcast, essential phone, github cli, guake, linux academy, linux headlines, microsoft, ubuntu, windows 10x

    Andy Rubin’s Essential Products is shutting down, a favorite Linux app gets a new release, and Microsoft details features for Windows 10X that sound very familiar.

  • 2020-02-11

    February 11th, 2020  |  2 mins 59 secs
    a cloud guru, ai, cloudflare, daily linux podcast, dns over https, doh, elogind, ethical, ethics, firefox, hidpi, kde, linux academy, linux foundation, linux headlines, long term support, lts, mate, mozilla, nextdns, plasma, python, systemd, training, wayland

    The MATE desktop reaches 1.24 with some major improvements, KDE releases its first LTS release in two years, The Linux Foundation focuses on ethics in its new training course, and Firefox 73 has a new provider for DNS over HTTPS.

  • 2020-02-10

    February 10th, 2020  |  2 mins 43 secs
    a cloud guru, appcenter, arm, arm helium, cortex-m55, crowd funder, daily linux podcast, denver, dxvk, elementary os, ethos-u55, flatpak, gpu encoding, linux academy, linux headlines, openshot, proton 5, steam play, vulkan

    The new OpenShot is bursting with features, Proton 5 lands with major improvements, Arm unveils new microcontrollers, and elementary OS gears up for a major project.

  • 2020-02-07

    February 7th, 2020  |  2 mins 39 secs
    a cloud guru, actions, api, appeal, apt, beta, bruce perens, court, daily linux podcast, defamation, docker, fsf, github, gnu, gnu project, gpl, grsecurity, legal, linux academy, linux headlines, mycroft, patent, patent troll, repository, yum

    Bruce Perens prevails in court, a patent troll takes aim at Mycroft, Docker announces the removal of its legacy repositories, GitHub opens the beta for its Actions service API, and the FSF and GNU project release a joint statement regarding their future relationship.

  • 2020-02-06

    February 6th, 2020  |  2 mins 59 secs
    a cloud guru, amazon, aws, choose linux, container linux, coreos, daily linux podcast, docker, fedora, fedora coreos, firefox, java, jvm, kotlin, linux academy, linux headlines, mozilla, open source, openjdk, oracle, rocket, security, ssl, synk, tls

    CoreOS Container Linux prepares to say goodbye, OpenJDK and Kotlin see some big gains, and some long-awaited changes coming soon to Firefox.

  • 2020-02-05

    February 5th, 2020  |  2 mins 41 secs
    a cloud guru, aws, centos, couchbase cloud, daily linux podcast, database-as-a-service, fedora, fosdem, google cloud platform, influxdata, influxdb, linux academy, linux headlines, nosql, rhel, termshark, tor, tshark

    On-premises classics move to the cloud, why Tor is building its own packages, and a great update for a beloved command-line app.

  • 2020-02-04

    February 4th, 2020  |  2 mins 39 secs
    a cloud guru, daily linux podcast, database, gaming, geforce, geforce now, graphing, hypervisor, licensing, linux academy, linux headlines, neo4j, nvidia, sandstorm, self-hosted, virtualization, vmware, web app

    Neo4j rolls out version 4, NVIDIA's GeForce NOW gaming platform opens up to consumers, VMware announces changes to its licensing terms, and Sandstorm reports on its ongoing revival.

  • 2020-02-03

    February 3rd, 2020  |  2 mins 48 secs
    a cloud guru, blackberry, daily linux podcast, epic megagrant, fosdem, gdscript, godot, godotcon, google, intel, linux academy, linux headlines, nervana, neural network processor platform, openmandriva lx, tcl, tinygo, training chip, wasm, zstandard compression

    OpenMandriva's latest update has new user tools, Godot scores a $250,000 grant, and Intel pulls out of Nervana.

  • 2020-01-31

    January 31st, 2020  |  2 mins 58 secs
    a cloud guru, arvind krishna, belgium, blockchain, brussels, ceo, daily linux podcast, distributed ledger, elon musk, fabric, fosdem, ginni rometty, hyperledger, ibm, jim whitehurst, linux academy, linux headlines, openai, president, pytorch, sam altman, tensorflow

    IBM shakes up its leadership, the Hyperledger Project releases version 2 of Fabric, OpenAI endorses PyTorch, and FOSDEM kicks off in Brussels.

  • 2020-01-30

    January 30th, 2020  |  3 mins
    2 factor, a cloud guru, chat, daily linux podcast, dino, fido, fido2, google, gtk+, ide, jj allaire, linux academy, linux headlines, numba, open source, pandas, programming, public benefit corporation, python data science, r, rstudio, rust, second factor, security, software development, tock os, two factor, vala, xmpp

    A popular data analysis library for Python has reached a significant milestone, Google doubles down on FIDO authentication, RStudio restructures to better serve the public, and a new XMPP client is shaking things up.