Welcome to Episode 159 the LinuxLUGcast
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quick review of my new (to me) laptop and portable monitor I obtained recently
New Raspberry Pi 4 Compute Module: So Long SO-DIMM, Hello PCIe!
Raspberry Pi 400 is a powerful, easy-to-use computer built into a neat and portable keyboard.
An alternative to fail2ban that seems a bit more user friendly
ODROID-HC4 low-cost dual NAS comes with 4GB RAM, supports 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch SATA drives
So you want to build an embedded Linux system?
Ubuntu 20.10 released, brings full Linux dekstop to Raspberry Pi
tiny star trek enterprise
Chuwi LarkBox Pro 2.4 inch mini PC is faster, cheaper than the LarkBox
I got to be a guest on FLOSS Weekly to talk about using open source tools to do creative things (and a bit about my Open Source Creative Podcast).
Microsoft Disables GitHub Repository of Open Source Project youtube-dl
F(x)tec Pro1-X is a phone that ships with Linux or Android (and has a keyboard)
Tech blog is up and running again
X.Org is now pretty much an ex-org: Maintainer declares the open-source windowing system largely abandoned
Sharpie Mount Brings Some Color To Your 3D Prints
OneGx Pro handheld gaming PC has a Core i7-1160G7 Tiger Lake processor
Beyond The Laptops Seeks to Connect Families to Tech
OpenOffice Or LibreOffice? A Star Is Torn
Dev environment in your web browser that you can host on your own server
11 Linux Distributions You Can Rely on for Your Ancient 32-bit Computer
next recording date will be Nov 20, 2020
Our music is “Downright” provided by Klaatu and Broam
We would like to thank Delwin for the use of his mumble server.
Finally we would like to give a special thanks to Fatherfinch, Fweeb, Dave Morris and Tony Beemus for all their help and support over the years.