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Linux Outlaws 327 – Sausage Input Protocol

24 November 2013

 

Mobile Pwn2Own, vBulletin.com hack, openSUSE 13.1, Mint 16 RC, the Mint update controversy, Nftables now in the kernel, the first Tizen device, why we don’t have an Opus feed, DuckDuckGo and HTML5 watermarks (again)

Uncut video version of this episode on YouTube: Part 1 & Part 2

Hosts: Dan & Fab

DanFab

0:01:01 INTRODUCTION

  •  Listeners have demanded an Opus feed, we address this
  • We got some feedback on HTML5 watermarks
  • DuckDuckGo discussion (again)
  • Inspired by Dan, Fab is building a soundboard on a Raspberry Pi

Rant Another Day

0:26:47 SECURITY NEWS

0:36:48 RELEASES & NEWS

The Australis theme

The Australis theme

1:14:34 FEEDBACK

  •  Tzafir Cohen writes to us about DuckDuckGo
  • Jerry Steele sends us some thoughts on Nagios
  • Christopher gives us some feedback on digital watermarking and mentions a Cyanide & Happiness comic strip about DRM
  • Gary tells us about the Linux Audio Conference 2014 in Karlsruhe, Germany
  • Armin Krauss has a Nexus 5 and really likes it
  • Ian Kirk speculates about ultrasonic malware and the NSA Ice Cream Van

We also had emails from Ken Fallon, Barry Williams, Keith Z-G, Michiel Verkade, Ivan Pejić and Paul Elms this week.

Song: Let Them Grow by We & Dem from the album Edición Digital (licensed Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0)

1:33:46 OUTTAKES / THE BIG CONVERGIFUCK

At this point, you can either switch off or you can check out all the horrible stuff that happened to us while we tried to get Jim Killock from the ORG on the show for an interview. The Google was not strong with us at all this episode. This is quite a metric shitload of outtakes, but there’s some funny banter and loads of (hopefully) amusing fail in there.

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  1. squid #
    November 28, 2013

    You talked about a few Pis you had been playing with recently. I wanted to make sure you had seen this Kickstarter: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/697708033/hdmipi-affordable-9-high-def-screen-for-the-raspbe?ref=banner
    It is about to end so I hope that you see it if you turn out to be interested.

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