[tdpodcast mode=”ytembed” podcast=”thisweekinlinux” episode=”85″]

On this episode of This Week in Linux, we have a jam packed episode with BIG releases from Ubuntu, KDE Plasma, antiX 19, RPM and more. We’ve also got some really interesting news from a BSD based project that is migrating to Linux. We’ll also cover an interesting security topic regarding SUDO that has been making the rounds recently. Samsung announced the end of Linux on DeX and Google finally is releasing AMP to the community. Later in the show we’ll check out a really cool Linux client for Playstation 4 Remote Play and some new Humble Bundles. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

Sponsored by: do.co/tux

[tdpodcast mode=”downloads” podcast=”thisweekinlinux” episode=”85″ bitchute=”1″]

[tdpodcast mode=”patrononly” podcast=”thisweekinlinux” episode=”85″ patronextras=”0″ patronshowstream=”0″ patronaftershow=”0″]

[tdpodcast mode=”subscribe” podcast=”thisweekinlinux”]

Segment Index

Test if you are affected but the sudo vulnerability:
sudo grep -r '!\s*root\>' /etc/sudoers /etc/sudoers.d/ | grep -v '^\s*#'

Leave a Comment

Notable Replies

  1. I do wonder what is going on with BitChute. Last This Week in Linux was posted October 5.
    There are a lot of others who grab their videos off YouTube on a daily basis, and they are up like clockwork.
    Maybe a complaint to them is in order.


Continue the discussion at forum.tuxdigital.com


Avatar for Trent Avatar for MichaelTunnell

Hosted by: Michael Tunnell

About TWIL

This Week in Linux (TWIL) is the Linux News podcast that will keep you up to date with what’s going on in the Linux world and Michael will give you his take as a 20 year plus Linux user. Join other TWILLERS every Saturday with Your Weekly Source of Linux GNews.

More Episodes

Related Podcasts