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Linux Outlaws 357 – Space Laser Internet

August 17th, 2014

 

Knoppix 7.4, the Pwnie Awards, Drupal and WordPress vulnerabilities, another Unity lock screen bug, the next generation OpenGL, Qt will become its own company and details on the GCC and LLVM collaboration

An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube.

0:01:19 Introduction

Miroslav Klose

0:19:19 Berlin Fibre, The Maker’s Eden & Synapse

Space Laser

0:33:38 Releases

0:42:24 Security News

1:09:18 Next Gen OpenGL, Qt Company & Compilers

Backside of the Omega Seamaster

1:20:27 Feedback

  • Thanks to our supporters!
  • Orange Dolphin writes us about our novel idea
  • Torin Doyle writes us about converting people to Linux as well as about Munster, Münster and Munster
  • Félim Whiteley comes in with the amazing title “Murder He Rode” for our novel
  • Martin Lake says he’s a big fan of the show and asks what our favourite shell is
  • Leigh comments on Fab buying a motorbike and he doesn’t like Disqus
  • Your users deserve better than Disqus
  • Barry Williams writes with a Rent reference
  • Daniel Frey wants us to raise awareness for the Fund Anything campaign for 5150

1:39:52 Song

Linux Outlaws 356 – Linux 3:16 Just Whooped Your Ass

August 10th, 2014

 

A new Linux Kernel release, XBMC changes its name, Signal, Freshcode, Hackers steal plans for Israel’s Iron Dome, attacks against Tor, FakeID, BadUSB and some Mozilla news

An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube: Part 1, Part 2.

0:01:23 Introduction

What the hell is wrong with this shirt?

Fab's Shirt

0:18:40 Releases

0:36:08 Apache Record, HATs & Freshcode

Bionic Raven

0:45:00 Security & Privacy News

1:17:20 FakeID & BadUSB

1:30:12 Mozilla News

1:36:49 Feedback

1:51:55 Song

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Linux Outlaws 355 – Cumulonimbro

August 3rd, 2014

 

Typecasting, Broforce, Drupal releases, vulnerabilities in Tor, TAILS and Cisco modems, Linus vs. GCC, Linux comes to GOG.com, and PHP 6 or 7?

An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube.

0:01:13 Introduction

Fab's Guzzi

0:14:36 General News

Putin on the Ritz

0:24:39 Releases

0:37:30 Security

Apparently Heeed works for Exodus Intelligence:

Is this Heeed?

0:56:10 Controversial Developments

1:07:40 More Open Source News

1:16:49 Feedback from the Saloon

1:35:02 Song

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Linux Outlaws 354 – Kim Jong-Untz

July 27th, 2014

 

MH17, Debian 7.6, FreeBSD 9.3, CNET hacked, Project Zero, LiMux under fire, Mozilla improves JPEG encoding, Systemd boycotts and Linus on a treadmill

An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube.

0:01:20 Introduction

Fab's Tattoo Design (Copyright Fabian A. Scherschel, All Rights Reserved)

0:13:25 Flight MH17

0:25:06 German News

Karl Albrecht store in Essen, 1930

Suspicious Cylinder on UK Embassy

0:29:38 Releases

0:39:30 Hackers, Hacking & Security

Internal CNET Git

0:50:15 Linux Kernel Matters

1:00:07 LiMux, Systemd Boycott, Vincent Untz & JPEG Encoding

1:14:05 Feedback

  • Dale Visser reckons online music piracy isn’t much of a thing in Germany
  • Dave71 is several months behind and sends us feedback on the Google/Motorola acquisition
  • Torin Doyle asks what distros we use; we answer
  • Elisha Montgomery like the Antergos installer Cnchi and also recommends Teleglitch, which Fab has promptly bought
  • Phil Thompson reminds Dan of the James Bulger murder
  • Max Kovgan tells us how saying “OK Google” on the show messes with his in-car setup
  • Venkat Ramasamy plugs the Tonido/Raspi combinbation
  • Leigh is disinterested in football but still liked World Cup Outlaws; he also likes 20lb Sound’s music

1:43:56 Song

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Linux Outlaws 353 – Weltmeister

July 19th, 2014

 

Germany wins the World Cup, CentOS 7 is released, LibreSSL is now available on Linux, the Raspberry Pi Model B+, the realtime kernel lacks financial support, Samsung delays their Tizen phone again and Microsoft distrusts India’s national CA

An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube.

0:02:26 World Cup Outlaws

Fab Celebrates

0:14:12 Releases

0:30:39 Realtime Kernel & Samsung’s Tizen Phone

0:39:43 Security & Censorship

0:45:39 Espionage

Logo of the Center for Cryptologic History

1:02:00 From the Saloon

1:28:37 Song

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Linux Outlaws 352 – Getting Müllered

July 13th, 2014

 

Germany is gearing up to win the World Cup and we have two weeks of news to catch up on: The US/German spying scandal, a new release of Blender, the 3.14 longterm kernel, OpenSSL’s post-Heartbleed roadmap, the LZO/LZ4 vulnerability, XKeyscore filter rules, the Blackphone and more…

No video version this time. Sorry!

0:01:18 What We’ve Been Up To

Fab with a Shotgun

0:21:04 World Cup Outlaws

Miro Klose Celebrates His Goal

0:37:49 Spying Scandal

0:45:09 Open Source Releases & News

0:54:08 Bugfixes Galore

1:02:40 LZO Vulnerability & XKeyscore “Souce Code”

1:17:02 Interesting Software

1:24:35 The Blackphone

Blackphone

1:29:58 No-IP & Crytek Troubles

1:33:00 Feedback

1:47:37 Song

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Linux Outlaws 351 – It Looks Like You Want to Buy Nutella

July 5th, 2014

 

Amazon’s Fire Phone, Google I/O, Android 4.4.4, TrueCrypt developer dashes hopes for a fork, X turns 30, Keybase.io, BoringSSL, Opera 24 for Linux and US student gets stuck in giant German vagina

An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube.

0:01:27 Introduction

Eli Wallach as Tuco in TGTBTU

0:10:48 World Cup Outlaws

England vs. Klose

0:29:23 Keybase.io & Goat Simulator

0:33:55 German News

0:42:37 Fire Phone & Google I/O

1:04:02 Distros, Releases, X Anniversary

1:08:51 Security News

500 Euro Note

1:20:20 Ubuntu One Shutdown, Google SPDY, Opera for Linux

Herrera Goes Mad

1:28:54 Feedback

1:36:59 Song

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Linux Outlaws 350 – Tree Fiddy

June 22nd, 2014

 

Civilization V on Linux, a TrueCrypt successor from a German company, the Chinese government reveals Microsoft’s Android patents, RHEL 7, Node.js drops its CLA, Firefox 30, Towelroot, secret trials in the UK, the FBI and the Stratfor hack and World Cup updates

An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube.

0:02:01 Introduction

  • Saddle up for a long show: We have two weeks of news to catch up on
  • Sorry for the delay of LO 349, we were both extremely busy
  • Dan created this video for work

0:13:32 Random Things

Guerillabeam

Guerillabeam Projection

0:24:02 Law Enforcement / Politics

0:41:00 Security News

0:57:33 Games

1:04:41 Patents & Trademarks

1:13:27 Releases

1:26:37 Node CLA, Pdfium & Towelroot

1:31:08 Web News

1:37:06 Email Feedback

  • Jan Skowron thanks us for turning him onto LukHash‘s music
  • Robert Bunting likes Bane puns
  • Gary sent us a song by L. Ron Hubbardhorrible…
  • Leigh tells us why he likes the show, one sentence per line
  • Alister Christman thanks us for the podcast and asks us where our theme song is from
  • Remy van Elst (who came in with a very generous donation) gives feedback on the show and is looking forward to OggCamp
  • Tom Kent chimes in about TrueCrypt alternatives for Linux: tc-play, tc-play script, zulucrypt

2:03:20 Song

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Linux Outlaws 349 – Propagate the Panic Signal

June 14th, 2014

 

A new Fedora Project Leader, TrueCrypt goes away, Open data for the European elections, Dwarf Fortress will get updated soon, some weird news and OggCamp is back

An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube.

0:01:18 Introduction

0:18:45 OggCamp

0:25:54 Web News

0:32:03 New FPL

Matthew Miller

0:34:28 Security News

0:54:19 Distro Releases

1:00:39 Politics

1:04:41 Releases & SHA-3 Draft

1:12:28 Weird Stuff

1:24:22 Game News

1:25:45 Feedback from the Saloon

1:26:10 Email Feedback

1:37:04 Song

1:45:01 Aftershow

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Linux Outlaws 348 – Mouth Keyboard

June 1st, 2014

 

Cloud news, Ubuntu bondage, Steam in-house streaming, the POSReady registry hack for XP updates, Die Partei intends to “milk the EU”, the White House mistakenly outs the CIA Station Chief in Kabul and a number of open source releases

An uncut video version of this episode can be found on YouTube.

0:01:37 Introduction

The new Happy Meal mascot is fucking scary

0:26:53 Politics & Security

0:47:12 Cloud, Cloud, Cloud

-Docker support on Google Compute Engine

Docker Logo

0:51:7 Ubuntu News

Ball Bondage

1:00:50 Steam Streaming & Open Source Camera

1:13:47 Releases

1:18:38 XP Update Hack

1:23:05 Feeback from the Saloon

Dave at Chernobyl

Dave at Chernobyl: he’s the guy with the diagonal strap across his chest

1:26:00 Email Feedback

1:32:49 Song

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