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Welcome to This Week in Linux (233). On this week’s episode, KDE announced the release date for KDE Plasma 6. Manjaro Linux 23 has been released. Some extensions will be breaking in GNOME 45, a lot of them. And also the NSA reference has been removed... more
Welcome to This Week in Linux (232). This episode is jam-packed with stuff. It’s actually kind of ridiculous how much there’s in this episode. So we’re gonna talk about the Linux kernel itself with 6.5 being released. Also, we’re gonna celebrate some... more
On This Week in Linux (231), we’ve got a jam-packed show for you. Libre Office 7.6 and Bodhi Linux 7.0 have been announced. Hold onto your hats, whatever color they may be, because Kali Linux 2023.3 is out. Then in desktop news, Budgie Desktop 10.8 h... more
Good sound quality
Linux news made easy. Shame the presenter likes stools but a part from that easy to listen too while on travels.
Very nice podcast. Good overview of Linux happenings. Well delivered. Information dense, not a lot of fluffy chat.
The host tries to talk so fast that half the episode is him stuttering and stumbling over his words. It’s annoying, it’s like trying to listen to a conversation in a cocaine factory. Take a breath dude, relax so we can understand what you’re saying.
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