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!
Segment Index: Show Notes - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl47 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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