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  1. SUSE Appliance Program
    Erin Quill and Tom Crabb sit down at BrainShare 2010 with Sabine Soellheim and Christoph Thiel to talk about appliances, both for ISV’s and for the enterprise.
  2. IBM System z Technical Overview
    From the Open Audio Booth at BrainShare 2010, The Novell Open Audio Team sits down with Mike Friesenegger, Novell Pre-Sales Engineer, part of the Data Center team focusing on SUSE Linux Enterprise Ser …
  3. BrainShare Keynotes with Chris Neal
    Erin Quill sits down with Chris Neal, Director of the Novell Demo Systems Team, and chats about the upcoming keynotes at BrainShare 2010. Novell Demo Systems on Facebook BrainShare
  4. Novell File Reporter
    Erin and Dave talk with David Condrey, Engineering Director, and Sophia Germanides, Product Marketing Manager, about a key product in the Novell File Management Suite, Novell File Reporter. Novell Fil …
  5. Novell File Management Suite
    Listen to David Condrey, Engineering Director, and Sophia Germanides, Product Marketing Manager, discuss the tremendous benefits and capabilities of this brand new offering from Novell’s Collaboration …
  6. Intelligent Workload Management
    John Stetic returns to give an overview on how Intelligent Workload Management can meet the challenges of evolving datacenters and find balance in dynamic environments with the right level of control …
  7. Novell Demo Systems
    Chris Neal, manager of the Novell Demo Systems team, talks with the Open Audio guys about what the Novell Demo Systems do, and the benefits they provide to Novell employees, partners, and customers. n …
  8. Privileged User Manager
    Erin Quill and David Mhair chat with Martin Cannard, Product Manager for Privileged User Manager about the features and functions of Privileged User Manager. novell.com/pum
  9. LinuxCon 2009
    Erin Quill talks to Joe “Zonker” Brockmeier about the new annual technical conference LinuxCon. Zonker gives some details on his keynote, “A musical guide to the future of Linux,” and offers a glimpse …
  10. Open Source for America: Part 4
    In this episode, Simon Phipps (Sun) and Michael Tiemann (Red Hat & OSI) discuss the history of free and open source software, what the “freedoms” in the Free Software Definition really mean, and how G …


  1. Linux Action News 188
    We start you off with the headlines that matter this week, then share our thoughts on Audacity’s new owners proposing user tracking.Sponsored By:Linode: Sign up using the link on this page and receive …
  2. Linux Action News 187
    A spicy mix of distro news, including Rocky Linux’s first milestone release, and our follow-up on the University of Minnesota’s kernel ban. Plus a major step in Apple M1 GPU support.Sponsored By:Linod …
  3. Linux Action News 186
    The University of Minnesota has been banned from the Linux kernel. We’ll share the history, the context, and where things stand now around the controversial research that led to the ban. Plus Ubuntu 2 …
  4. Linux Action News 185
    The major shift in the Linux landscape this week that was hardly noticed, and our thoughts on COSMIC from System76. Plus Google adds its weight behind Rust in the Linux Kernel, and the new security fe …
  5. Linux Action News 184
    Don’t buy that M1-powered Apple machine just yet, solving Wayland-driven fragmentation, and why Firefox is about to get an upgrade on Linux. Plus the imminent problem KDE solved this week, and more.Sp …
  6. Linux Action News 183
    The first CentOS clone is out, but it’s the second part of their announcement that might be the most important. Plus our reaction to SCO reigniting their decades-long fight with IBM and Red Hat, and t …
  7. Linux Action News 182
    GNOME 40 is out and we chat with the project’s Executive Director about the technical and visual improvements in the new release. Plus the facts around RMS’s return to the FSF board, and our analysis …
  8. Linux Action News 181
    Mobile Linux OSes are looking better than ever this week, a new effort to keep legacy applications running on Linux, and the signals indicating a Fuchsia release is nigh. Plus a PSA for GNOME users, a …
  9. Linux Action News 180
    The A-Team assembled to make open source more trustworthy, why we might be about to find out how much SUSE is worth, and some essential project updates.Sponsored By:Linode: Sign up using the link on t …
  10. Linux Action News 179
    Canonical reveals long-term Ubuntu plans that you might have missed, and the “double ungood” warning from Linus this week.Sponsored By:Linode: Sign up using the link on this page and receive a $100 60 …


  1. Slightly longer hiatus
    I’m sorry, the break that I’ve been taking from the show is longer than I anticipated. I won’t be able to get a show out until after the first of the year. If there is anyone out there who would like …
  2. Short hiatus
    I’m sorry I haven’t been able to get a show out in the past two weeks or so. I’ve been involved with something that has been taking up my time. But take heart! I haven’t abandoned this podcast! A new …
  3. Episode 43 OpenSUSE 10.3 part 1
    This week I will be installing openSuse version 10.3, just released. I will install the Gnome single cd version. I’ll get the system up and running on my Acer laptop and I’ll investigate installing pa …
  4. Episode 42 Slackware 12 part 3
    This week I’ll be finishing up with Slackware 12. I’ll get wifi-radar to work for the regular user through a button in the kde panel. Then I’ll get cups to work with my printer server. I’ll also inves …
  5. Episode 41 Slackware 12 part 2
    Today I’ll be doing the follow-up to my initial Slackware 12 installation. I’ll get Slackware working with my wireless card using wifi-radar, and I’ll explore the various ways of getting packages inst …
  6. Episode 40 Slackware 12 part 1
    This episode I install Slackware 12 on an Acer laptop. I get the main system installed along with kde, and I install the synaptics touchpad driver. I’m anticipating investigating the different ways to …
  7. Site Feedback
    We made some changes to the site. – You can now manually download an episode by clicking on the OGG or MP3 icon – You can also “preview” the episode by clicking the Play Now link – As well as clicking …
  8. Episode 39 Sabayon Linux Part 1
    This week I’m covering Sabayon Linux. This distribution of Linux is based off of Gentoo Linux. It aims to be newbie friendly. But it’s also great for customization and tweaking. You compile all packag …
  9. Episode 38.5 New User Help

    In this very short fractional episode Ed LaBonte will go over some technical points in his arch install podcasts and correct some mistakes. Plus more theremin music…

  10. Episode 38 Arch Linux part 2
    This week Ed LaBonte finishes up with Arch Linux. He gets wireless working with the edimax wireless card, installs the proprietary ati driver for the ati radeon video card, gets the printer and alsa w …


  1. 092 Sourcetrunk : MuseScore
    This podcast will help you if you are struggling with music, notes, rhythm as a beginning composer or musical enthousiast. Use MuseScore for all your musical editing needs. MuseScore Donate to MuseSco …
  2. 091 Sourcetrunk : Sweet Home 3D
    Interior design has never been easier. Draw your new home and play with furniture, light and colors until it fits ! Meet Sweet Home 3D. Sweet Home 3D Video Tutorial donate to Sweet Home 3D ! Make Muni …
  3. 090 Sourcetrunk : Tripwire
    This episode will introduce you to Tripwire, a security and data integrity tool that let’s you know if someone (or something) is altering your server files. Tripwire Tripwire howto Support Tripwire co …
  4. 089 Sourcetrunk : Metasploit
    This episode will introduce you to Metasploit, security software you can use to test your servers with (before someone else does), put on your white hat and get testing ! Metasploit BSD license Androi …
  5. 088 Sourcetrunk : Frozen Bubble
    This (very short) episode will talk about Frozen Bubble. Lan gaming for the young, middle and older gamers. Frozen Bubble Donate to Frozen Bubble Android picks : Frozen Bubble music from Matthias Le B …
  6. 087 Sourcetrunk : MiniDLNA
    This episode will connect all sorts of multimedia devices together with DLNA, let’s take MiniDLNA for a spin. MiniDLNA MiniDLNA Dockstar / Pogoplug MiniDLNA RaspBerry Pi Duply Odroid Mythshutdown Andr …
  7. 086 Sourcetrunk : Duplicity and Déjà Dup
    Meet an efficient, encrypted backup system that doesn’t take hours to set up or maintain, simplicity rules with Duplicity and Déjà Dup. Duplicity Déjà Dup Duplicity Documentation CAMRA Nikki and the R …
  8. 085 Sourcetrunk : vsftpd
    Meet probably the most secure and fastest FTP server for UNIX-like systems. vsftpd vsftpd installation donate to vsftpd Darktable RawTherapee Android picks : K9 Mail music from Angelique Kidjo theme f …
  9. 084 Sourcetrunk : Open Atrium
    Meet the team collaboration tool with a kick of open source hotness. Any other description of Open Atrium would not be fitting enough. Open Atrium Open Atrium Community Phase2 Technology Drupal Androi …
  10. 083 Sourcetrunk : Debian ARM and Pogoplug
    This podcast will try to combine open source projects and mix them into a Debian based home server using ARM devices. A Pogoplug never performed better. Debian ARM Debian donations Pogoplug Pogoplug d …


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  1. Episode 32: Profiling on the Cheap:
    Gene and reluctant guest host Jeremiah Lott talk about how to do basic system profiling when you’re low on resources. By using some basic library functions, coding in an interrupt handler and using th …
  2. Episode 31: Review of Embedded World Conference in Nurnberg:
    Maciej and guest host Scott Gilbertson discuss their experience at the Embedded World Conference in Nurnberg, Germany. …
  3. Episode 30: Profiling Tools – Hardware Efficiency:
    Gene and guest host Jeremiah Lott discuss various profiling tools to get the most efficiency out of your hardware. In this episode they focus on using profiling tools to optimize the kernel. …
  4. Episode 29: Fahd Abidi Interview — Hardware Debuggers:
    Gene interviews Fahd Abidi, Sr. FAE with Ultimate Solutions. Gene and Fahd discuss hardware debuggers. What are they? When do you need one and When you might not need one. …
  5. Episode 28: Open Source Updates and Intro to Inter-Process Communication:
    Gene and maciej discuss various updates to the release of the 2.6.24 Linux Kernel as well as the latest release of GCC. They also start a series on inter-process communication. …
  6. Episode 27: Porting Your Kernel to a New Device – Part 3:
    This week Gene and Maciej get back to their series on porting a Linux kernel to a new platform. In this episode Gene and Maciej focus on what it takes to write a device driver. They cover device drive …
  7. Episode 26: Network Setup for an Embedded System:
    In this episode Gene and Maciej explain network infrastructure and network services that are used in the Linux development for an embedded system. The two hosts cover different network connection scen …
  8. Episode 25: Porting Your Kernel to a New Device – Part 2:
    This week’s episode is a continuation of the last week’s introduction to porting a Linux kernel to a new platform. In this episode Gene and Maciej focus on various areas of the Linux kernel that are l …
  9. Episode 24: Porting Your Kernel to a New Device – Part 1:
    This week Gene and Maciej begin a new series where they discuss the process a developer goes through to get a kernel running on a new device. …
  10. Episode 23: Review of the CELF Embedded Linux Conference in Austria:
    This week we are releasing a bonus episode where Maciej interviews Gene on his experience at the CELF Embedded Linux Conference where Gene was a guest speaker. His topics included GCC, embedded Linux …


  1. Going Linux #400 · Listener Experiences
    Stories from our listener minions help us to celebrate our milestone 400th episode! From chocolate chip cookies to to accessibility on Arch, we have something of interest to many. Episode 400 Time Sta …
  2. Going Linux #399 · Listener Feedback
    Our distro hopper looks like the hopping has stopped for the moment. We talk about upgrading, what’s new in Ubuntu MATE 20.10, speeding up searches, software alternatives, mounting drives, and warning …
  3. Going Linux #398 · Edit and manage photos on Linux Pt. 2
    In our second of two parts on editing and managing photos on Linux we describe a few additional applications for you to try. We share what they do but the trying is up to you! We also reveal what we a …
  4. Going Linux #397 · Listener Feedback
    We answer questions about problems receiving the podcast, SSH, printers, browsers and more. We also discuss photography and the new major computer brands selling computers pre-installed with Linux. Ep …
  5. Going Linux #396 · Edit and manage photos on Linux Pt. 1
    Want to know what applications are available on Linux for managing, viewing, modifying, and organizing photos? We talk about a few of them on this, the first of at least two parts. Episode 396 Time St …
  6. Going Linux #395 · Listener Feedback
    Bill is still on Manjaro! The Ubuntu MATE Guide is now available online. We answer questions about MeWe, dual booting, fresh install, replacing a sheet feed scanner, System76, Crossover, and LibreOffi …
  7. Going Linux #394 · Manjaro Linux Overview
    Bill searches for a non-Debian-based distribution that is suitable for Linux newcomers. He finds one in Manjaro! Episode 394 Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #394 · Manjaro Linux Overview 01:51 Rolling r …
  8. Going Linux #393 · Listener Feedback
    Bill resists distrohopping, Robert is happy with Mint, Jeremy comes back, and we get advice on ThinkPad, reasons to leave Windows advice on office suites, and much muck more! Episode 393 Time Stamps 0 …
  9. Going Linux #392 · Accessibility On Linux
    Once upon a time, there were Linux distributions that focused on the needs of computer users with disabilities. Today’s Ubuntu MATE does the best job of any modern desktop Linux at including the broad …
  10. Going Linux #391 · Listener Feedback
    The voice mail line gets some use. Bill has some distro and podcast recommendations for exploration during isolation. We help with some issues and we highlight an embarassing mistake. Episode 391 Time …


  1. Linux Outlaws 361 – Leather Trousers
    An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube. 0:01:36 Introduction Fab had another TV appearance Richard Kiel is dead Microsoft buys Minecraft; more on the topic in Steel Rain 5 0:14 …


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  1. bsdtalk256 – Allan Jude
    An interview with Allan Jude at vBSDCon in Reston, Virginia.  We talk about the book FreeBSD Mastery: ZFS that Michael W. Lucas and he co-authored.  You can find more information about the book at www …
  2. bsdtalk255 – A quick update
    My apologies for not having any recent interviews. More to come when I attend vBSDCon.  School firewalls switched over to PFSense.  Urging calm discussions around NextBSD.File Info: 6Min, 3MB.Ogg Link …
  3. bsdtalk254 – PFsense and FreeNAS with Ken Worster
    An interview with Ken Worster who is presenting on topics which include PFSense and FreeNAS in schools at the Technology Teacher ME conference in Bethel Maine.File info: 14min, 6MBOgg Link: https://ar …
  4. bsdtalk253 – George Neville-Neil
    An interview with George Neville-Neil about the recently published 2nd edition of The Design and Implementation of the FreeBSD Operating System.File Info: 30Min, 15MBOgg Link: https://archive.org/down …
  5. bsdtalk252 – devio.us with Brian Callahan
    This episode has been brought to you by jot, the utility for printing sequential or random data.  Jot first appeared in 4.2 BSD.An interview with devio.us admin Brian Callahan.  http://devio.us is a f …
  6. bsdtalk251 – Verisign and FreeBSD: Internet Scale Services at 10 Gigabits per Server presented by Mike Bentkofsky, Marc de la Gueronniere, Julien Charbon
    A talk from vBSDCon in 2013 titled Verisign and FreeBSD: Internet Scale Services at 10 Gigabits per Server presented by Mike Bentkofsky, Marc de la Gueronniere, Julien CharbonFile info: 47Min, 22MBOgg …
  7. bsdtalk250 – WhatsApp: Half a billion unsuspecting FreeBSD users by Rick Reed
    A recording from a MeetBSD California 2014 talk titled “WhatsApp: Half a billion unsuspecting FreeBSD users” by Rick Reed.File Info: 56 Min, 27MB.Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk250/bsdt …
  8. bsdtalk249 – Netflix Update with Scott Long
    A Netflix Update with Scott Long at MeetBSD California 2014.File Info: 11Min, 5MB.Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk249/bsdtalk249.ogg …
  9. bsdtalk248 – DragonFlyBSD with Matthew Dillon
    An interview with Matthew Dillon about the upcoming 4.0 release of DragonFly BSD.File Info: 43Min, 20MB.Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk248/bsdtalk248.ogg …
  10. bsdtalk247 – FreeBSD: The Next 10 Years with Jordan Hubbard
    A recording from MeetBSD 2014 in California.  A talk by Jordan Hubbard titled “FreeBSD: The Next 10 Years.”File Info: 39Min, 18MB.Ogg Link: https://archive.org/download/bsdtalk247/bsdtalk247.ogg …


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