On this episode of This Week in Linux, there is a brand new version of OBS Studio with a lot of great and exciting features BUT there’s a catch so you might want to hold off on upgrading. There’s a new official flavour to the Ubuntu family. Debian is currently discussing what to do with non-free firmware and Arch Linux users ran into a bit of an oopsiedoodle this week. All this and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!
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- 00:00 = Welcome to TWIL 212
- 00:56 = Subscribe to TWIL & other TuxDigital content
- 01:16 = OBS Studio 28.0 Released – [ release notes ]
- 06:03 = Ubuntu Unity Becomes Official Flavour – [ tweet ]
- 08:15 = Arch Linux Hit By GRUB Oopsiedoodle – [ arch news | endeavouros news ]
- 10:39 = DigitalOcean: Cloud Platform – [ do.co/tux2022 ]
- 12:23 = Arti 1.0.0 Released (Tor) – [ release notes ]
- 14:37 = GIMP 2.99.12 Released – [ release notes ]
- 16:52 = Debian Non-Free Firmware Debate – [ discussion thread | Destination Linux 290 ]
- 18:40 = Bitwarden Password Manager – [ bitwarden.com/tux ]
- 20:10 = Clear.Dental EHR Project – [ project website ]
- 21:41 = Splitgate Ending Development?! – [ main website | blog post ]
- 24:41 = The Level Up and Learn: Programming Games Bundle – [ link to bundle ]
- 26:29 = Outro
So Arch can burn you for real.
Thanks @MichaelTunnell - another very enjoyable episode and I’ve almost finally caught-up on shows. As a user of Debian Stable as my daily driver for almost ten years now, I definitely welcome the option of easily accessing a download including non-Free firmware.
Also, I have long thought Rust to be the systems language of the future. I’m quite interested in the new open source OS being developed completely in Rust. It definitely seems safer and faster to develop than in C. I’m glad Tor has been ported to that.
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