Season 2 - Episode 9: Drop the Mike

13/05/2019

New webstore helps you find apps • Librem is talking One long look at the cloud • Redhat has a new hat and it's, well, red • WSL getting a gnu slash kernel • Ubuntu gets a new name • Is this Mike I see before me?

Download this episode in Ogg or MP3
Subscribe and get fresh episodes delivered right into your podcatcher of choice: Ogg Feed | MP3 Feed
Or find us on iTunes , Spotify and YouTube.

May contain mature references


News

  • New ‘Linux App Store’ Website Lets You Find Apps, Wherever OMGubuntu.

  • Librem One Campaign Will De-Google Your Life for $7.99/month OMGubuntu

  • Canonical consolidates open infrastructure support and security offerings Ubuntu

  • Red Hat has changed its logo for the first time in 20 years OMGubuntu

  • Windows 10 is getting a Microsoft-built Linux kernel Microsoft

    • Take a Closer Look at Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 OMGubuntu
  • Ubuntu 19.10 to be named "Eoan Ermine" OMGubuntu

Events

  • T-Dose to take place on 11th May 2019 in Eindhoven
  • Overview: T-Dose, "the place where experts meet", is a free, yearly event held in the Netherlands to promote the use and Development of Open Source Software. This year the even will be held at the Fontys University of Applied Science in Eindhoven. This year there wil be more than a dozen talks held across three rooms, with talk highliights of how stuff works: Computer Chess, Crypto for IoT, postmarketOS.

Boners

  • Conor:

  • Mark:

AzireVPN coupon code

We have a coupon code for 30% off when you pay for 3 months of AzireVPN, a security-focused VPN provider based in Sweden. The law there doesn't require them to log traffic, so they don't. They operate servers in 5 locations in Europe and north America. Their servers are owned by the company, installed on location by their engineers and running Debian. They provide a WireGuard option, as well as OpenVPN and their client is GPLv2 licensed and of course available on Linux. They take payment in cryptocurrencies, cash, credit cards and PayPal plus you don't even have to give them an email address.

  • Use the code linuxlads when ordering.
  • Make sure you click the green 'Add Code' button to get the discount.
  • 30% off 3 months, so instead of paying €12, you'll pay €8.40
  • the voucher is valid till 01/01/2020

Catch Up with Us:

Support Us:

Do you enjoy the Linux Lads podcast? Buy us a beer! Use the button below to give us some PayPal love ❤️


Or, support us on Ko-fi :

Attributions