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  • This Week in Linux 144: GNOME 40 Released, Fedora 34, openSUSE MicroOS, Pinebook Pro, System76 | This Week in Linux

    On this episode of This Week in Linux, we’ve got some big releases to talk about such as GNOME releasing of the anticipated GNOME 40. We’ve also got some distro news with Fedora 34 Beta, we’re going to talk about openSUSE’s MicroOS distro, and we’ll also check out the latest release of KaOS Linux. In hardware news, Pine64 has announces that pre-orders for the Pinebook Pro are coming soon. System76 has announced their new Pangolin laptop which is a high anticipated AMD-Powered Laptop. We’ll also check out the latest release of OpenRazer which is a project to make Razer products work with Linux based systems. Then later in the show, we’ll check out some news that might make Linux Get A Bit RUSTy and we’ll check out the latest release of the man-pages project with 5.11. There’s also some big news related to Richard Stallman being back on FSF Board of Directors, so I guess we’ll talk about that. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

  • Brave Browser Is Still Worth It: Here's Why

    I've had people ask me why I run the Brave Browser so I thought I'd take the time to explain, it's not because I have any love for the company, think it's a great privacy browser or anything like that. It's entirely for practical reasons and as soon as those reasons stop making sense I just don't care anymore.

  • Is PLASMA as good on MOBILE as on the desktop? - KDE Plasma Mobile review

    I'm continuing my tour of the state of the various mobile versions of popular desktop environments, and it's time to take a look at Plasma Mobile, the version of KDE tailored for smartphones, and touch screens. Let's see how it's advanced and how it works

Cubicle Chat | 27 Mar 2021

  • Cubicle Chat | 27 Mar 2021

    Feel free to drop in next Saturday on either the YouTube Stream or show your face… if you want, using the openSUSE provided Jitsi service. We can talk Linux, tech or open source but it is a family friendly show so it’s really best to keep the language as friendly as possible. In the same way that was fostered by Rocco on the Genuine BDLL, lets get together, talk and have a good ‘ol Linuxy time.

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