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Videos/Shows: NoiseTorch, Kubernetes With Raspberry Pi, and More

  • Your Microphone NEEDS This Linux Audio App

    RTX Voice-style noise filtering on Linux? WITHOUT any required hardware? That's the dream. Meet NoiseTorch, an incredible audio utility for Linux that works on ANY application (not just OBS). Let me demo it for you and hear the magic for yourself! WEAR HEADPHONES during this video for the best experience.

  • Building a 10-Node Kubernetes Cluster on Raspberry Pi & Ubuntu Server

    Have you thought about setting up your very own Kubernetes cluster consisting of multiple Raspberry Pi's? It's not as hard as it sounds, and in this video, I'll show you how to set it up. Although this video will show the process of creating a ten node cluster, you don't have to have 10 nodes - as long as you have at least two, you'll be all set.

  • Plex Skeptics | Self-Hosted 44

    Plex announces some big plans that make us a little nervous, Alex solves Chris's tablet performance woes, and we chat about Prometheus. Plus, our thoughts on Duplicati alternatives and more.

  • LHS Episode #410: The Weekender LXXI

    It's time once again for The Weekender. This is our bi-weekly departure into the world of amateur radio contests, open source conventions, special events, listener challenges, hedonism and just plain fun. Thanks for listening and, if you happen to get a chance, feel free to call us or e-mail and send us some feedback. Tell us how we're doing. We'd love to hear from you.

  • Linux Malware goes undetected since 2018?!

    A new Linux malware has been discovered that targets 64-bit Linux installs including IoT devices. Potentially linked to the Torii botnet, this malware's mysterious origin and obfuscated plugin system makes analysis quite difficult.

Ubuntu 18.04 Flavors Reach End of Life, Users Urged to Upgrade to 20.04 LTS

Dubbed Bionic Beaver, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS was released in April 2018 and it is supported by Canonical with software and security updates for at least five years. But while Ubuntu itself receives this long-time support (LTS) of five years, the rest of the Ubuntu flavors only receive three years of support, which ended in May 2021. The last maintenance update for the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) series was Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS, released in August 2020. From this moment on, there will be no further point releases published for the Bionic Beaver series, but Ubuntu itself will still receive regular updates that you can install via the software repositories. Read more

Fedora 34 Review - Impressive Performance and Stability with Cutting-Edge Linux

It has been some time I am using Fedora 34 and I believe it's time for a Fedora 34 review. Here I put down my experience with Fedora 34 overall in its workstation edition. Read more

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