Episode 153 – Prenatal June 14, 2015

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http://smlr.us Downloads: MP3 format (for Freedom Haters!) OGG format (for Freedom Lovers!) Total Running Time: Un-edited Live session – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiD-Kbk4HYA Contact Us: show (at) smlr.us or the Contact us page Summary Kernel News: Mat Time: 13:55 Distro Talk: Tony Time: 15:25 Mat's Tool Tip Time: 41:45 Tech News: Time: 54:45 Listener Feedback Time: Outtro Music […]



http://smlr.us Downloads: MP3 format (for Freedom Haters!) OGG format (for Freedom Lovers!) Total Running Time: Un-edited Live session – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiD-Kbk4HYA Contact Us: show (at) smlr.us or the Contact us page Summary Kernel News: Mat Time: 13:55 Distro Talk: Tony Time: 15:25 Mat's Tool Tip Time: 41:45 Tech News: Time: 54:45 Listener Feedback Time: Outtro Music Time: 1:25:00 Intro: Tony Bemus, Mat Enders, and Mary Tomich Sound bites by Mike Tanner Kernel News: Mat Time: https://www.kernel.org/ mainline: 4.1-rc7 2015-06-08 stable: 4.0.5 2015-06-06 longterm: 3.18.15 2015-06-13 longterm: 3.14.44 2015-06-06 longterm: 3.12.43 2015-05-20 longterm: 3.10.80 2015-06-06 longterm: 3.4.107 2015-04-14 longterm: 3.2.69 2015-05-09 longterm: 2.6.32.67 2015-06-03 linux-next: next-20150612 2015-06-12 Distro Talk: Tony Time: Distrowatch.com 5-31 - Peppermint OS Six 6-1 - Porteus Kiosk 3.4.0 6-5 - Finnix 111 6-5 - Calculate Linux 14.16.2 6-5 - Sabayon 15.06 6-8 - REMnux 6.0 6-9 - SolydXK 201506 6-9 - Clonezilla Live 2.4.2-10 6-13 - KaOS 2015.06 6-13 - IPFire 2.17 Core 91 6-13 - Voyager Live X8 Distro of the Week: Tony Mageia - 1082 Fedora - 1165 Ubuntu - 1404 Debian - 2024 Mint - 2973 Mat's Tool Tip Time: Using grep - notes at Bashjunkie.org http://bashjunkie.org/presentations/SMLR_tooltips/usinggrep.html Tech News: Time: *********************** * Los Angeles County voting to shift from inkblots to open source As of 2013, it offered more high-tech jobs than other major markets in the country, including Silicon Valley and New York City. Come election time, however, its residents cast their votes by marking inkblots on ballots that resemble Scantron forms. LA County is finally in the process of developing an open source voting system, purported to be a flexible, intuitive replacement of the incumbent method. Under the new system, slated for public use in 2020, voters will indicate their choices on a touchscreen-operated tablet, after which a machine at the voting booth will print and process their paper ballots to be tallied. This is a leap from the ink-based system, which has remained unchanged since its adoption in 2003. **


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