All Jupiter Broadcasting Shows

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Every potential audio release of a Jupiter Broadcasting production will get published here. Each show also has their own feed.

Linux Action News 71 Sept. 16, 2018

Fedora want help testing their innovations, Mozilla continue to focus on mobile, Chrome OS gets a major new feature, and Microsoft almost stepped in it bigtime.

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User Error is back with a new set of hosts! We answer some #AskError questions and talk about whether the Linux desktop will ever make money. Plus we wonder if dockless bike sharing is a good idea…
TechSNAP progenitor and special guest Allan Jude joins us to talk mobile security, hand out some SSH tips and tricks, and discuss why security shaming works so well. Plus, how Mozilla is protecting…
Mitigating Spectre/Meltdown on HP Proliant servers, omniOS installation setup, debugging a memory corruption issue on OpenBSD, CfT for OpenZFS native encryption, Asigra TrueNAS backup appliance…
We announce our big news, Jupiter Broadcasting is joining Linux Academy and what we have planned for the future is huge! Plus a new NextCloud lands, concerns are brewing for the Solus project, and a…
Does This Make FOSS Better or Worse | Ask Noah Show 85 Does the "Commons Clause" help the commons? The Commons Clause was announced recently along with several projects moving portions of…
Linux Action News 70 Sept. 9, 2018
Great new releases for GNOME and Tor, delays for the Librem 5, and Linus proves to be extremely important. Plus some innovative tech gets an open source implementation, and NSA encryption removed…
Wes joins Mike to discuss why .NET still makes sense, the latest antics from Fortnite, a brave new hope for JVM concurrency, and the mind-expanding benefits of trying a Lisp.
We’re joined by a special guest to discuss the failures of campaign security, the disastrous consequences of a mismanaged firewall, and the suspicious case of Speck. Plus the latest vulnerabilities i…
OpenBSD on Microsoft Surface Go, FreeBSD Foundation August Update, What’s taking so long with Project Trident, pkgsrc config file versioning, and MacOS remnants in ZFS code.
Intel has disappointed the kernel community with its latest security disclosures but there's still hope for a better future. That's more than can be said for the state of privacy on Android, so we…
Google is launching it’s own hardware security key for two-factor authentication but there’s a few major problems. From pricing, to security concerns, we break the entire situation down for you. New …
Linux Action News 69 Sept. 2, 2018
This week saw a huge release for UBports, proof that LMDE is still alive, and Mozilla earning a lot of respect. Plus mixed news for Google, and a surprising blockchain fact.
Mike and Chris have a strong reaction to beer from Utah, and then get into the weeds around Mike’s new gear, the situation with Qt, and a few new tools they’ve recently found.
Insight into TrueOS and Trident, stop evildoers with pf-badhost, Flashback to FreeBSDcon ‘99, OpenBSD’s measures against TLBleed, play Morrowind on OpenBSD in 5 steps, DragonflyBSD developers sho…
To make DNS more secure we must move it to the cloud...at least that’s what Mozilla and Google suggest. We breakdown DNS-over-HTTPS, why it requires a “cloud” component, and the advantages it has ove…
After digging into some feedback, we react to the big upset in the world of React Native. Plus some recent hoopla, a new way to get started contributing to open source, and more!
Steam Play rocks the Linux world as it promises new levels of compatibility with AAA Windows games. But the story of how Valve is doing it might be just as fascinating. Plus community news, our…
How to Get Hired at Red Hat | Ask Noah Show 83 Steve Ovens from Red Hat joins us to answer the question many of you have asked - how do you get hired by a company like Red Hat? Steve takes us…
Linux Action News 68 Aug. 26, 2018
Some massive free software milestones this week, Intel's Microcode benchmark snafu, and Windows games for Steam on Linux confirmed, so we give it a test. Plus Venezuela ties its currency to a…