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All the great original shows put out by Jupiter Broadcasting, in one feed!

For 50 episodes Noah has been telling callers Linux is the right choice. This week we take a call where Linux might not be the best fit! We talk crypto with Rikai our editor & tell you about the android app that will change your life!

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One Ping Only | LUP 237 Feb. 21, 2018
Canonical’s Ubuntu desktop head and their VP of Product Development join us to chat about the new data collection system they want in Ubuntu 18.04 & Cassidy from System76 and Elementary OS join us to talk about efforts to turn drive encryption on & more!
Mike may have cracked the testing pitch, the harsh reason the Junior Developer is dying & a nice batch of audience questions and follow up. This week’s Coder Radio is just like mom’s cookin', but with a taste of Kotlin.
Linux Action News 41 Feb. 19, 2018
A famous Solaris tool comes to Linux, Firefox is baking in ads & Google wants to take over the web with AMP. Plus Ubuntu's plans to collect user metrics, the Linux on Galaxy survey & Plasma desktop on a Nintendo Switch.
Noah and the Beard switch up the format a bit this week, taking a more laid back and wondering approach to the weeks topics. We cover everything from Linux on the Nintendo switch and Net Neutrality to Netflix shows, ultrawide monitors & more.
The problems containers can’t solve, nasty security flaws in Skype and Telegram & Cisco discovers they have a bigger issue on their hands then first realized. Plus the latest jaw-dropping techniques to extract data from air- gapped systems.
We explain the physics behind ZFS, DTrace switching to the GPL, Emacs debugging, syncookies coming to PF & FreeBSD’s history on EC2.
A new storm of controversy is swarming around Donald Trump & this one has staying power. We also dig into why the Adam Schiff’s Russia memo wasn’t released & the week’s “cyber scare”. Plus we bust the biggest myth about cannabis, a packed Overtime & more!
This week we ask the question "how far is too far?". Some people are putting bluetooth speakers in their house, others are injecting bluetooth devices into their bodies. We break it down for you, plus your calls, all in this week’s episode!
Chris goes to Microsoft & gets the inside scoop on the situation Microsoft finds themselves in with Windows & why they’ve been releasing more code as open source. Plus we wrap up the Plasma Desktop challenge, Daniel Foré joins to talk Elemetary & more!
Why the hell did Microsoft open source PowerShell Core, .Net Core, Visual Studio Code? What could possibly be in it for them? Chris goes onsite to ask & figure out their angle. Plus the massive leaps Kotlin seems to be making & more!
Linux Action News 40 Feb. 12, 2018
It's week of major project releases, elementary OS gears up for some contested changes & Mozilla has a solution for the world's IoT mess. Plus fail0verflow gets Linux on the Nintendo Switch & our favorite new features of VLC 3.0.
This week we get nostalgic about Winamp, talk about Noah's windows switch, weigh the pros and cons of intel's Google Glass competitor, cover some of rikai's adventures in Ravencoin, get wowed by some cardboard, get it up over the Falcon Heavy & more!
We save our FreeNAS Mini from the edge & perform an emergency migration to much larger hardware. Plus 12 tips for secure authentication, the future of network security where there is no LAN, a botnet exploiting Android ADB & your questions.
We talk about our recent trip to FOSDEM, we discuss the pros & cons of permissive licensing, cover the installation of OpenBSD on a dedibox with full-disk encryption, the new Lumina guide repository & we explain ZFS vs. OpenZFS.
Secret memos, different perspectives & a full dash of agenda. The infamous memo has been released, we’ll cover what’s really in the memo, the reaction & what comes next. Plus a record breaking cyber attack & an entrepreneuring high-note & more!
This week on The Ask Noah Show we take a hard look at KDE Plasma & ask the question, should Canonical be using Plasma by default on the upcoming 18.04 LTS?
We’re joined by two Project Atomic members from Red Hat to learn what it’s all about, how Fedora Atomic Workstation works & the problems it solves. Plus we launch the biggest Linux challenge in the history of this show & it’s going to have ramifications.
Mike's got a Greenfield project he’s fired up & a tale of woes to go along with it. Chris inspires a mini-revolt over the weekend & both the guys have some remarks for the week’s Hoopla.
Linux Action News 39 Feb. 5, 2018
Red Hat shakes up the container world with its CoreOS purchase. Skype ships as a snap & Chris’ report from Canonical's recent development sprint. Plus more hardware for Plasma Mobile, Matrix gets a big boost & the FSF receives a large Bitcoin donation.