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.

We explain what eBPF is, how it works, and its proud BSD production legacy. eBPF is a technology that you’re going to be hearing more and more about. It powers low-overhead custom analysis tools, handles network security in a containerized world, and pow

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FreeBSD Foundation September Update, tiny C lib for programming Unix daemons, EuroBSDcon trip reports, GhostBSD tested on real hardware, and a BSD auth module for duress.
Business Backup Tips | Ask Noah Show 91 If you have data, that data should be backed up. If you own a business or manage the IT infrastructure for a business than your backup strategy needs to be…
The lead developer of PipeWire Wim Taymans joins us to discuss Linux’s multimedia past, and its exciting future. They promise to greatly improve handling of audio and video under Linux. Plus we r…
What’s the future of .NET? With .NET Core growing and the future of the orginal .NET seems uncertain. Chris and Mike suspect there is clear possibility. Plus a few more thoughts on Unit Testing, e…
Linux Action News 76 Oct. 21, 2018
The Cosmic Cuttlefish is out, and we share our quick take. Juno finally lands and this one sets the bar, MongoDB gets hip to the license changes, and watch out Linux... Here come the pros! Plus we…
6 metrics for zpool performance, 2FA with ssh on OpenBSD, ZFS maintaining file type information in dirs, everything old is new again, netcat demystified, and more.
Elementary OS’ latest and greatest released today, and we talk with Dan and Cassidy from the project about their biggest release yet. Then community news, a preview of upcoming Ubuntu 18.10, and we a…
Building a WISP and CCTV | Ask Noah Show 90 It's family friendly, we promise! You know that Linux succeededs where others fail, but did you know that cam girls are turning to Linux for it's…
Azure Sphere dev kits are shipping and we take a look at the practicalities of getting setup to start developing. We clear some recent Java FUD, read some feedback, and share a few stories.
Linux Action News 75 Oct. 14, 2018
Another fork is brewing, Microsoft hands over their patents of mass destruction leaving us with a few questions, and the best features of the new Plasma release. Plus Google's new Linux hardware,…
It seems to be all about Plasma these days so we want to know if the hype is justified. We have a couple of great #AskError questions, and wonder whether we are heading for a tech dystopia. Plus the…
We bring in Amy Marrich to break down the building blocks of OpenStack. There are nearly an overwhelming number of ways to manage your infrastructure, and we learn about one of the original…
We have a long interview with fiction and non-fiction author Michael W. Lucas for you this week as well as questions from the audience.
Red Hat developer Andy Grover joins us to discuss Stratis Storage, an alternative to ZFS on Linux and its recent milestone. Also Google subtracts Plus, some KDE and GNOME news, and a bit of…
Supermicro suffered a huge security breach that gave the Chinese government access to servers manufactured with Supermicro boards. This revelation has caused companies like Apple and Amazon to…
Mike makes his case for realism when it comes to automated testing and a readjustment of expectations in the wider community. Plus the guys define what makes a “Dark Matter Developer,” gauk at the po…
Linux Action News 74 Oct. 7, 2018
Red Hat's Stratis project reaches a major milestone, Microsoft's Linux powered dev boards go up for sale, and Fedora's hunt for buggy hibernation under Linux has begun. Plus Android App mirroring,…
We bring on our Google Cloud expert and explore the fundamentals, demystify some of the magic, and ask what makes Google Cloud different. Plus how Google hopes Roughtime will solve one of the web’s …
Running OpenBSD/NetBSD on FreeBSD using grub2-bhyve, vermaden’s FreeBSD story, thoughts on OpenBSD on the desktop, history of file type info in Unix dirs, Multiboot a Pinebook KDE neon image, and m…