Wireshark, Maru OS, man-pages, PureOS, Minetest, Skype Omits Linux, DAV1D | This Week in Linux 58
On this episode of This Week in Linux. We talk about the latest release of man-pages 5.0, Wireshark 3.0, Minetest 5.0, DAV1D video decoder and more. We also will cover some new distro releases with Pardus, 4MLinux, and Condres OS. We'll also talk about some Linux Mobile news with Maru OS and Purism's PureOS. Later in the show, we'll discuss some unfortunate news regarding Microsoft potentially ending support for Skype for Web on Linux and Europe might be introducing some terrible regulations regarding firmware. Then we'll end on a positive note by rounding out the show with some Linux Gaming news like a new Free to Play game and some new Humble Bundles. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux GNews.
Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl58
00:54 = Sponsored by Digital Ocean ( https://do.co/tux )
01:58 = man-pages-5.00 is Released
04:03 = Wireshark 3.0 Released
06:05 = Microsoft Ends Skype for Linux & Firefox
08:34 = Maru 0.6 released
13:34 = Purism's Proclaims PureOS Convergent
16:58 = Pardus 17.5 Released
18:28 = 4MLinux 28.0 Released
20:34 = Become a TuxDigital Patron
21:24 = Condres OS 19.03 Released
24:47 = DAV1D v0.2 AV1 Video Decoder Released
27:46 = Intel Offers Thunderbolt 3 To USB Promoter Group
29:39 = European Might Eliminate Custom Device Firmware
31:53 = Minetest 5.0 Released
34:05 = Blade Symphony: Now Free to Play
35:27 = Humble Indie Bundle 20
39:08 = Outro
- https://tuxdigital.com/go/humble-indie-bundle-20 (affiliate links)
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