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On this episode of This Week in Linux, the new Radeon VII beast from AMD is out and we'll check out some benchmarks from our friends at Phoronix. A new version of KDE Plasma is coming out soon, in just a couple of days, so we will have a look at what is coming in KDE Plasma 5.15. We got some new app releases from LibreOffice and Flowblade and there was a bunch of Distro News this week from Fedora, SystemRescueCd, Redcore Linux, and some new distros or at least new to me with Linux Kodachi & Refracta. Later in the show, we'll cover some Gaming Sales from Humble Bundle and Steam. All that and much more!

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00:49 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:51 = AMD Radeon VII Linux Benchmarks
05:34 = LibreOffice 6.2 Released
07:50 = Raspberry Pi Opens Retail Store
09:44 = Flowblade 2.0 Video Editor Released
12:29 = Plasma Mobile Developers AMA
14:45 = KDE Plasma 5.15 Releasing on Tuesday
18:49 = GNOME 3.32 Beta Released
24:32 = SystemRescueCd 6.0 Released & Re-based
26:46 = Fedora Logo Redesign & DNF User Counting
29:21 = Linux Kodachi 6.0 Released
31:39 = Refracta 9.0 Released
33:37 = Redcore Linux 1812 Released
35:51 = Google Releases ClusterFuzz
37:58 = Humble Bundles: Games & Books
40:43 = The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare
43:04 = Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got some exciting new app releases from Kodi, Lutris, Firefox, and some video editors Olive and LosslessCut. There's a new kickstarter that might be of interest to any designers out there with Akira, it plans to be an open source Linux alternative to Sketch, Figma and Adobe XD. We got some new Distro releases from Makulu Linux, Alpine Linux, and Tails. We'll also discuss the potential plans that Linux Mint outlined in their January community report. Later in the show, we'll check out some new hardware announcements. Raspberry Pi announced a new Compute module, System76 announced a refresh coming to their Darter Pro laptop and the Pine64 team announced some new devices coming later this year including a smartphone, a tablet and a new enhanced version of their Pinebook. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews.

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01:02 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
02:08 = Kodi 18.0 & LibreELEC 9.0 Released
07:37 = Firefox 65.0 Released
12:15 = Akira: Prototyping Design Tool
16:01 = Lutris 0.5.0 Released
19:14 = Olive: New Open Source Video Editor
23:56 = LosslessCut: Lossless Video Cutter
26:42 = Linux Mint Monthly Report & 2019 Plans
30:43 = Makulu Linux 2019.01.25 Released
33:53 = Alpine Linux 3.9 Released
35:17 = Tails 3.12 Released
37:47 = Raspberry Pi’s New Compute Module 3+
40:14 = System76's Darter Pro Laptop Refresh
42:35 = PinePhone: Linux Smartphone = $149
46:06 = PineTab: Linux Tablet = $79
48:25 = Pinebook Pro: $199 Linux Laptop
53:50 = Outro

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This is a pronunciation guide for the Linux-based operating system, made by Canonical, Ubuntu.

Let’s face it, there are some Linux related projects that have interesting names and many of them are hard to pronounce at first glance. This series provides a definitive source for How To Pronounce the names of these projects.

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00:07 = Pronunciation
00:12 = Meaning of Ubuntu
00:29 = Origin of Ubuntu
00:52 = Ubuntu's Original Tagline: "Linux for Human Beings"
01:26 = Why I Made This Series

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got some big new releases from the WINE project, LXQt, Parrot OS, Mastodon, MythTV, Gitea, and many more! We'll also check out a security issue regarding the APT package manager and a potential blunder coming to Chromium based browsers. Then we'll cover a new really cool utility to control GPU Overclocking on Linux. Later in the show, we'll check out some new Linux Hardware and some Linux Gaming news. All that and much more!

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00:42 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:34 = New Graphics Announcement & Request for Suggestions
03:50 = WINE 4.0 Released
06:16 = LXQt 0.14.0 Released
09:13 = Lubuntu Council & LXQt 0.14.0
12:13 = Remote Code Execution in APT
18:12 = Parrot 4.5 Released
21:40 = PSA: Manjaro Stable Update Issue
25:12 = Multipass 0.5.0 Released
26:47 = Mastodon 2.7 Released
32:00 = MythTV 30.0 released
35:35 = gotop: Terminal Graphical System Monitor
38:08 = Gitea 1.7.0 Released
43:42 = TuxClocker: Qt GPU overclocking GUI Utility
45:55 = Dockter: Container Image Builder
48:39 = Dell's XPS 13 9380 Developer Edition
50:13 = Ad Blocker Break in Chrome Extension Manifest V3
54:29 = Humble Bundles for Games, Books & Comics
59:10 = Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, there is a LOT of interestng Beta news from Linux Mint, MX Linux, Mageia, and Valve announced Steam Link is coming to the Raspberry Pi. We'll also check out some new releases from UBports' Ubuntu Touch, WordPress and more. Later in the show, Microsoft throws in the towel on their Edge browser, NVIDIA Open Sources their PhysX engine, and a lot of cool stuff in Linux Gaming. Then we'll look at some Security News for Kubernetes, Quora and some unfortunate legal news regarding Encryption from Australia. All that and much more!

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00:48 = 20% OFF Linux is Everywhere Merch (Code: LINUXMAS)
01:21 = Ubuntu Touch OTA-6 Release
03:14 = Xubuntu To End 32-bit ISOs
05:26 = Linux Mint 19.1 “Tessa” BETA Released
10:43 = MX Linux 18 Beta 1 Released
14:21 = Mageia 7 Beta 1 Released
16:40 = WordPress 5.0 Released
20:33 = Steam Link Beta via Raspberry Pi!
23:37 = NVIDIA Makes PhysX Open-Source
26:08 = Microsoft's Edge Browser to be Chromium Based
31:17 = Critical Kubernetes Privilege Escalation
34:31 = Australia Implements Encryption-Busting Laws
42:59 = Emby Server Becomes Proprietary
47:10 = Quora Hacked, 100 Million Accounts Exposed
49:59 = CS:GO Introduces Battle Royale Mode and Goes FTP
53:43 = Epic Games Announces New Game Store
57:14 = Humble Team17 Bundle
59:01 = Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, there's a brand new release of the Linux Kernel with 4.20. The EU is offering Bug Bounties for Open Source software and MIPS has announced it's going to become Open Source. We'll have a follow up to the Necuno Mobile topic from Episode 45 and then we'll take a look at some Distro News for Septor Linux, OviOS and One Laptop Per Child. Then we'll cover some App News from Syncthing, Mixxx, Darktable, RawTherapee, KStars, and much more. Later in the show, we'll talk about some Linux Gaming news. All that and much more!

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00:49 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean (https://do.co/tux)
02:28 = Linux Kernel 4.20 Released
06:03 = EU Offers Open Source Security Bounties
08:17 = MIPS To Become Open Source
10:46 = Necunos Smartphone Now Taking Pre-Orders
15:44 = Septor Linux 2019 Released
18:18 = OviOS Linux 3.0 Released
21:15 = OLPC OS 13.2.10 Released
26:28 = Syncthing Version 1.0.0 Released
29:55 = Mixxx 2.2 Released
31:40 = Darktable 2.6.0 Released
33:35 = RawTherapee 5.5 Released
35:05 = gitbatch 0.3.0 Released
37:03 = KStars v3.0.0 Now Available
39:21 = TeejeeTech No Longer Open Source
45:35 = SuperTux 0.6.0 Released
46:54 = Lutris 0.5 Redesign Beta Released
48:51 = Intel Continues Linux Steam Integration
50:52 = Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got some new announcements from Inkscape, Purism, Solus, Mozilla, and Steam. We'll also check out some new Distro releases from Netrunner, Deeping, Android X86 and more. Then we'll look at some new hardware offerings from Purism and Entroware. Later in the show will talk about some drama happening with a project's licensing issues and then we'll round out the episode with some Linux Gaming news including some sales from Humble Bundle. All that and much more!

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00:43 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean (https://do.co/tux)
01:43 = Inkscape 1.0 Alpha Released
04:47 = Mozilla Axed Firefox's Test Pilot
08:03 = eDEX-UI v2.0.0
10:05 = Purism Announces "PureOS Store"
12:20 = Plasma 5.15 Beta
16:21 = Solus Plans for 2019
18:41 = Netrunner KDE 19.01 "Blackbird" Released
21:46 = Deepin 15.9 Released
24:03 = 600 days of postmarketOS
27:46 = Android-x86 8.1 Released
29:09 = MongoDB's SSPL = "Not Open Source"
32:15 = Entroware Hades: AMD Linux Desktop
33:58 = Purism Announces New Librem Laptops
35:55 = Smart TV Data Collection
38:35 = Steam Client Updates & Plans
41:03 = Humble Double Fine Presents Bundle
44:43 = Rocket League: Cross-Platform Play & Sale
47:07 = Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, Linus Torvalds announced that the Linux 5.0 Kernel is coming soon. We got some Linux Mobile news from UBports Ubuntu Touch and Purism Librem 5. Then in App News, Bash 5.0 is out and we'll check out some new interesting apps like a new Password Manager and subtitles syncing tool. In distro news, we'll look at some news from Clonezilla Live, Funtoo, and Fedora. Later in the show we'll check out some Security News for Metasploit and a new 2FA phishing tool. Then we'll finish out the show with some Linux Gaming news for Super Tux Kart and A Story About My Uncle. All that and much more!

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Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl50
00:47 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
02:16 = Linux 5.0 Kernel Coming Soon
05:14 = Ubuntu Touch OTA-7 Release
07:38 = Purism Shares Librem 5 Progress Update
09:09 = Bash 5.0 Released
10:51 = Buttercup Password Manager
13:52 = SubSync: Auto Subtitle Synchronization Tool
16:29 = Clonezilla Live 2.6.0-37 Released
18:13 = Funtoo Linux 1.3 Released
21:02 = Fedora 31 Possible Delay Update
22:54 = Entroware Launches Ares All-In-One PC
25:55 = AMD Radeon VII GPU & more at CES 2019
29:15 = Metasploit 5.0 Released
30:17 = New Pentest Tool to Phish 2FA Codes
34:40 = New Systemd Security Holes Uncovered
39:08 = Humble Photography Books Bundle
41:01 = A Story About My Uncle Giveaway
43:19 = SuperTuxKart Online Multiplayer Beta
46:16 = Steam Play hit 500 Platinum Games on ProtonDB
47:57 = Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a LOT of Distro News from Linux Mint, Peppermint, MX Linux, GParted, Lubuntu and Bedrock Linux. If you haven't heard of Bedrock, you will certainly want to stick around for that. Then we'll check out some App News from VirtualBox, Handbrake and some command-line goodies, Grep & Sed. Later in the show, we'll cover some Core News with Coreboot and everyone's favorite, systemd. There's also some Linux Gaming sales we'll check out as well as a Hacking Books Bundle from Humble Bundle. All that and much more!

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00:46 = 20% OFF "Linux is Everywhere" Shirts, Hoodies, etc (Code: LINUXMAS - https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere)
01:26 = VirtualBox 6.0 Released
04:31 = HandBrake 1.2 Released
07:05 = Grep 3.3 & Sed 4.6 Released
10:37 = Mir 1.1 Released
13:18 = Hacking for the Holidays - Humble Bundle (https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-hacking-holidays-books affiliate link)
15:17 = Linux Mint 19.1 Released
17:41 = GParted Live 0.33.0-1 Released
20:41 = Lubuntu To Deprecate 32-Bit Releases
24:35 = Peppermint 9 Respin Released
29:40 = MX Linux 18 Released
32:44 = Bedrock Linux 0.7 "Poki" Released
35:30 = Coreboot 4.9 Released
37:16 = systemd 240 Released
39:35 = Purism's Librem 5 Developer Kits Shipping
42:31 = Linux Gaming Winter Sales
44:59 = Microsoft's Project Mu: Open Source UEFI
47:18 = Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got a lot of application releases to talk about like Nextcloud, Firefox, Vivaldi, Kdenlive and more. We got an update for the Emby proprietary news we covered last week, there's a fork. The kernel team are discussing the potential removal of the x32 Subarchitecture. There's some possibilities that Intel could be Open-Sourcing the FSP and we'll talk about what that could mean. Later in the show we'll talk Security News related to a SQLite Bug, New Malware Families Discovered, Apple's T2 Chip issues with Linux and yet another security hole found in Google+. Then we'll round out the show with some Linux Gaming news including some great games on sale. All that and much more!

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00:56 = Linux is Everywhere = 20% OFF Coupon (https://tuxdigital.com/linuxiseverywhere)
01:39 = Nextcloud 15 Released
06:20 = Firefox 64.0 Released
10:49 = Vivaldi 2.2 Released
13:35 = KDE Applications 18.12 Released
16:47 = Kdenlive 18.12 and Refactoring News
20:44 = Jellyfin: Fork of Emby Media Server
22:51 = x32 Subarchitecture May Be Removed
24:33 = Intel Might Open-Source The FSP
27:53 = Namecheap Holiday Sale (https://tuxdigital.com/namecheap)
29:40 = SQLite Bug Becomes Remote Code Execution
32:31 = ESET Discovers 21 New Malware Families
35:19 = Apple's T2 Chip Blocks Installing Linux
38:32 = Google+ New Security Issue
41:02 = Discord Store: 90/10 Revenue Split
43:00 = New Juggernaut Mode for Ballistic Overkill (https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-bok)
45:57 = Steam Link for Raspberry Pi Released
47:30 = Holiday Sales from Humble Store & GOG
50:16 = Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we follow up on the Kernel Performance issues we discussed last week. There may be a new contender in the Mobile market using Plasma Mobile. We'll also check out some distro news from Fedora, BlackArch and Intel's Clear Linux. A lot of exciting App News was released this week for upcoming releases to Blender, Kodi., and more. Later in the show, we'll check out a new game from Valve and some Security News. All that and much more!

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00:40 = 20% OFF Coupon for the "Linux is Everywere" Shirt
01:24 = Kernel STIBP Patch Backports Reverted
03:33 = Necuno Mobile with Plasma Mobile
06:45 = Fedora 31 Potential Retooling Delay
10:56 = Blender 2.80 Beta Released
16:13 = Kodi v18 "Leia" RC1 - A New Hope
22:15 = Midori 7.0 Released
25:25 = Yakyak - Desktop Client for Google Hangouts
27:50 = Google to Discontinue Google Hangouts
29:28 = Intel's Clear Linux New Desktop Installer
31:59 = Valve's Artifact: Day-1 Linux Suupport
33:56 = Amazon Launches ARM Graviton CPU
36:40 = Node.js Event-Stream Hack
41:15 = Marriott Data Breach of 500 Million Guests
46:09 = Linux Foundation Partners RISC-V Foundation
47:57 = Facebook's BOLT: Speed-Up Linux Binaries
50:05 = Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux. We take a look at the latest Raspberry Pi, Linus has some comments on some performance issues with recent Spectre mitigations, Canonical announced 10 Years Support for Ubuntu 18.04. We'll also be checking out a bunch of distro releases from Void Linux, Slax, Deeping, Whonix and even a beta from Red Hat. Later in the show, we'll cover some Security News as well as some awesome sales going on for Linux Games right now! All that and much more!

I'm Michael Tunnell with TuxDigital and this is your Weekly Source for Linux GNews.

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00:42 = Apology for missing last week
01:01 = Raspberry Pi 3 A+ = $25 USD
03:33 = Home Assistant: Open Source Home Automation
05:22 = Linus Torvalds Comments on STIBP
08:06 = 10 Years Support for Ubuntu 18.04
11:05 = egmde: a project that uses Mir
13:19 = Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Beta
17:30 = Void Linux 20181111 Released
19:53 = Slax 9.6.0 Released
22:38 = deepin 15.8 Released
28:27 = Whonix 14 Released
30:22 = Mozilla Fights On For Net Neutrality
35:28 = New IoT Security Regulations
38:06 = WordPress Plugin Zero-day Vulnerability
41:05 = Instagram Plaintext Passwords Bug
44:13 = Linux Gaming Autumn Sales
49:48 = SuperTuxKart and SuperTux News
53:46 = Outro

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In this special episode of This Week in Linux, we're creating the ultimate episode for the ultimate Linux GNews podcast . . . this is episode 42 of This Week in Linux!

On this episode we cover the release of Linux 4.19, the Return of Linus Torvalds to the Linux kernel, the BIG news of IBM to Acquire Red Hat, the status update news for Solus, and the latest releases for Firefox, Teamviewer and Feren OS. We also take a look at some interesting new Hardware from System76, Pine64 and more. We haven't had many gaming news the past couple of episodes so we're fixing that with some awesome news for various Linux Gaming sales from Fanatical, Humble Bundle and Steam. Later in the show we'll talk about some unfortunate security news from the X.Org project and we'll have a follow up for the recent Microsoft Patent news. All that and much more!

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01:03 IBM to Acquire Red Hat
03:18 Linux 4.19 Released
04:42 Linus Torvalds is Back in Charge
05:53 Solus - "In Full Sail"
13:50 Firefox 63 Released
16:59 TeamViewer 14 Preview Available
20:27 Feren OS 2018.10 Released
23:05 X.Org Security Advisory
26:09 Thelio - System76’s Open Source Desktop
28:52 Pine64's Plan for Linux Smartphone
31:17 La Frite: A Libre ARM SBC For $5
34:15 PPSSPP v1.7
35:29 Fanatical SCREAM SALE - https://tuxdigital.com/fanaticalsale
37:16 Humble Bundles: Day of the Devs - https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-wb-games
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39:07 Next Big Steam Sale Dates Leaked
42:16 Follow Up on Microsoft's Patent News
47:05 Windows 10 October Update Snafu
50:50 Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux. There were a ton of new releases this week! Ubuntu and all of the Ubuntu Flavours released 18.10 this week. New versions of elementary OS and Pop!_OS also released this week. We also so new releases from Ubuntu Touch, Lightworks, Turtl, PeerTube and more. Later in the show we'll talk about the LibSSH vulnerability that was discovered recently and we'll talk about the latest olive branch from Microsoft. All that and much more!

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00:39 = Ubuntu 18.10 Released
01:53 = Lubuntu 18.10 Released
02:39 = Kubuntu 18.10 Released
03:33 = Xubuntu 18.10 Released
04:55 = Ubuntu Studio 18.10 Released
06:15 = Interview with Erich Eickmeyer of Ubuntu Studio
14:23 = Pop!_OS 18.10 Released
16:00 = elementary OS 5.0 Juno released
19:24 = New Linux Code of Conduct Revisions
21:56 = Ubuntu Touch OTA-5
24:23 = Sway 1.0 Beta
26:15 = Turtl v0.7 Released (Evernote Alternative)
28:06 = PeerTube 1.0 released
32:28 = Lightworks 14.5 Released (Video Editor)
34:41 = GNOME 3.32 To Retire Application Menus
36:22 = LibSSH Vulnerability
38:47 = Microsoft Joins Open Invention Network With Its 60,000+ Patents
41:16 = How Will OIN Deal with Microsoft Proxies?
42:05 = Outro
42:32 = Noah Chelliah on Destination Linux Promo

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a lot of Distro News from Mageia, antiX, Calculate Linux, and NixOS. Zabbix monitoring tool issued a new Long Term Support release. We'll talk about the upcoming release of KDE Plasma 5.14 and the preview release for Krita 4.2. We'll check out a cool application that makes it easier to make your own GTK theme. Later in the show we'll cover the big Google+ news of it being shut down. Then we'll round out the show with some Linux Gaming and the always exciting and audience favorite, news about technology patents.

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00:48 = KDE Plasma 5.14 Coming Soon
02:48 = Zabbix 4.0 Released
04:23 = Krita 4.2 Preview & Fundraiser
05:56 = Oomox: Customize/Create GTK Themes
08:24 = Google+ to Shut Down: Bug Coverup
12:37 = Greg KH: How Community is Securing Linux
14:27 = Mageia 6.1 Released
15:34 = antiX 17.2 Released
17:57 = Calculate Linux 18 Released
19:05 = NixOS 18.09 Released
20:24 = Stratis 1.0 released
21:51 = Steam Play: Large Update to Whitelist
22:15 = A LOT from Humble Bundle
24:30 = Microsoft Joins the LOT Network
26:20 = Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux, we take a look at some distro news the betas for the various flavours of Ubuntu 18.10, KDE Neon's 18.04 Upgrade and MakuluLinux. We're going to have a follow up for the Code of Conduct controversy such as the news around the potential "kill switch". Then we'll look at the latest app releases for Auryo, OpenShot and Notes-Up. Later in the show we'll talk about the latest version of the YubiKey and System76's teaser for their new open-source desktop computer. Then we'll finish up the show with some security news and a Linux Gaming roundup. All that and much more!

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Segment Index:
Show Notes - http://tuxdigital.com/twinl39
00:49 TuxDigital Patreon - https://tuxdigital.com/patreon
01:24 Ubuntu 18.10 Beta Available (& Flavours)
05:31 KDE neon Rebased on Ubuntu 18.04
08:56 MakuluLinux LinDoz (Series 15) Released
11:38 Linus: 'I'll never be cuddly but I can be more polite'
13:28 "Linux Developers Threaten Kill Switch”
17:57 Auryo v2.1.2
19:31 OpenShot 2.4.3 Released
21:00 Notes-Up: Notes App for elementaryOS
22:27 YubiKey 5 Series
24:20 System76's New "Open-Source Computer"
26:27 Linux Now 'Dominates' Azure
28:29 WLinux: Linux Distro for Windows 10
29:05 Facebook Breach and Monetizes 2FA
32:19 Linux Gaming Roundup
36:41 Outro

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On this episode of This Week in Linux we cover a big batch of releases from distros, apps, hardware and more. System76 launches the option to order their new Open Source Certified Desktop, Thelio. We got a big update from the Solus team about the future of the project. openSUSE announces the launch of their Legal Review System, Cavil. Fedora 29 has been released along with other releases like KDE Connect, Sailfish, i3 Window Manager, GIMP, VirtualBox and the Game Manager, Lutris. We'll also take a look at some upcoming projects like Ubuntu 19.04, Cinnamon 4.0 and the Samsung DeX running Ubuntu. All that and much more!

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Segment Index:
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl43
00:55 TuxDigital Patreon
01:40 System76 Unveils Thelio Open Desktops
05:04 Solus Update: Ikey's Departure
09:13 Ubuntu 19.04 = Disco Dingo
12:21 Fedora 29 Released
16:44 openSUSE Develops Legal Review System
18:57 KDE Connect 1.10 Released
21:09 Ubuntu on Samsung DeX
25:44 Jolla's Sailfish 3.0 Released
27:10 i3 Window Manager v4.16 Released
29:45 Cinnamon 4.0 Source Code Released
32:18 Some Chromebooks Won't Get Crostini
33:41 GIMP 2.10.8 Released
35:47 VirtualBox 5.2.22 Released
38:58 Lutris, Game Manager, 0.4.23 Released
41:53 Proton Database: Over 2,500 Games
43:58 Microsoft Porting Sysinternals to Linux

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