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Linux Outlaws is a podcast for the greenhorn and veteran Linux user alike. We aim to cover everything in the Linux and F/OSS world while having fun in the process. We talk politics
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DATE: Fri, 24 Sep 2010
SIZE: 47.1 MB
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Linux Outlaws 166 - Narwhals in Your Head

MP3 - 1 hour 43 minutes 1 second, 47.2 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. The Linux Outlaws are back with a new site, a new server, awesome music, a recap of the most important Linux and F/OSS topics of the last few weeks and a load of your feedback. If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/166'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:01:16 Introduction Linux Outlaws recently passed the three year mark! All new site and server Dan explains what happened to the old server while Fab was on holiday in Italy, massive thanks to @netzturbine for his help Jeremy Allison’s GUADEC videos at the Google Open Source Blog, Fab helped film most of these WordPress Foundation gets WP trademark US court upholds EULAs which threatens digital resale Intel confirms HDCP can now be broken at will Beer of the Week: Störtebeker Hanse-Porter 0:21:21 Releases & News Development:’ Fedora 14 Alpha, systemd deferred to F15 Vyatta 6.1 Legacy OS 2010, this used to be TEENpup Linux Tiny Core Linux 3.1 SystemRescueCd 1.6.0 Linux Mint Debian (201009) Python 2.6.6 CyanogenMod  ;6.0 KDE SC 4.5.1 Cairo 1.10.0 PostgreSQL 9.0 Mid ori 0.2.8 Banshee 1.7.6 Wine 1.3.3 gPodd er 2.8 No Pirates in Swedish parliament after all Diaspora goes public, releases code — that’s [die - ass - pora] apparently Ubuntu prototype uses face recognition to intelligently move UI elements OpenSolaris Governing Board resigns and OpenIndiana launches Oracle’s new “Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel” Oracle tops companies in Xorg Census Mageia — a Mandriva fork Matthew Garrett files case with US Customs against Fusion Garage Novell to be sold in two parts? MeeGo MIA at NokiaWorld 0:58:36 Microwatch MS Office boss becomes new Nokia CEO and President Microsoft cofounder drops patent bomb on Apple, Google and Facebook Allegedly pirated Microsoft products used as excuse in Russian political crackdown 1:09:29 Crapplewatch Steve Jobs stopped at Japanese airport with bag full of ninja stars 1:12:41 Feedback Donations: Thanks to Mark Gardner, Edward Daniel and everyone who flattr’d us! Daniel “brinky” Brinkers send Fab some money, a coffee gift card and a coffee-proof USB stick because of his laptop accident a few weeks back — amazing! DarthSydwayZ says he loves the Samsung Galaxy S he got after hearing us talking about Android Christopher (who didn’t leave a surname) found a stubby holder at his friend’s house and immediately thought of us, he send us a picture as inspiration for future merchandise, too Joe Ressington wrote to ask about an updated podcast production show — it’s been on the docket for a while now, we promise we will do it soon Dan West sends us the awesome Narwhals Song Matt Copp aka. @yamatt sent us the details of a cool distro made just for web developers: BrowserBox Joe Foy sends us info on Damn Vulnerable Linux Andreas Marschke tells us about a strategy game called Unknown Horizons for Linux SndChaser has done some great work archiving and uploading talks from this year’s Ohio Linux Fest We had other emails from Dylan C., Michael Dexter, Christopher V., spartan7, Andre, Jim Medeiros, Nigel Howard, Nehemiah, Serko, *Paul W.B.**, ACIDUK, Ell, SmokeyMaverick, William Nadeau, Dale Scott and Alistair Munro (as usual) Check out 20lb Sounds, also have a look on YouTube Events: New York City BSD Conference, at Cooper Union in Manhattan on November 12-14 / Indiana Linux Fest (no date yet) Song: If Your Dad Doesn’t Have a Beard, You’ve Got Two Mums by The Beards — link emailed to us by listener Sean Rankin The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Sat, 28 Aug 2010
SIZE: 44.4 MB
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Linux Outlaws 165 - Hairy Fridays

MP3 - 1 hour 37 minutes 1 second, 44.4 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. On the last show for a few weeks: Steam not coming to Linux, new Ubuntu release name announced, Intel buys McAfee, Linux gets Google Voice and Video Chat, Dan’s review of the HTC Desire and much more… If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/165'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:01:19 Introduction Linux Outlaws will be on hiatus for two or three weeks as Fab is on holiday Cool Banshee UI mockup Thomas Perl: gPodder running in the MeeGo Handset UX for N900 The Nexus One is gone again, sells out as dev phone too Sony PS3 gets jailbroken to run Linux The Crap Alert Android app — cool beyond explanation Beer of the Week: Carlsberg Elephant Beer 0:13:32 Releases & News Ubuntu 10.04.1 Nexenta Core Platform 3.0 Alpine Linux 2.0.0 Parted Magic 5.3 Frugalware Linux 1.3 NetSecL 3.0 Wine 1.3.1 Ruby 1.9.2 VLC 1.1.3 OpenSSH 5.6 Linux gets Google Voice and Video Chat Intel buys McAfee — WTF of the Week Root privileges bug in Linux kernel Shuttleworth announces next Ubuntu release name: Natty Narwhal Ubuntu drops ia64 and sparc architectures The rats are jumping off the sinking open source ship at Oracle Acquia releases Drupal Commons open source social software suite for “Enterprise 2.0” The FSF ACTA declaration Sintel to premiere September 27 Steam not coming to Linux systemd status update from Lennart 0:53:24 Microwatch Microsoft’s volume licensing portal is apparently flakey 0:56:11 Crapplewatch Apple wants to shame you on Twitter if you tamper with your iOS 0:58:52 Review: HTC Desire Dan reviews the HTC Desire we he bought on contract from O2 a few weeks ago Verdict: Dan says it’s the best smartphone he has used so far, only downsides are the lack of a hardware keyboard and the somewhat erratic optical trackball 1:14:18 Feedback Donations: Only Flattr this week Mark Law sent us a recommendation for an Android app he likes called Tasker, it performs tasks based on context such as time, date, location, gestures etc. Allan has been listening on and off for about a year and just wants to say thanks and hopes to meet us some day Toby also enjoys the show and says it’s helped him get used to Linux which is very cool Bradley Tordoff wants us to mention BOINC Drake Anubis does the Hack Radio Live podcast and got some feedback that their host interactions “is similar to Linux Outlaws” which he took as a big compliment Dave send us some information about the Oracle vs. Android lawsuit Eliad tells us about the fact that the Debian Women group has apparently picked up pace again We also had an email from psykonerd Events: U-Cubed, Saturday, August 28 in Manchester / FOSDEM 2011 will be on February 5 & 6 in Brussels Song: Natty Bounce by Elephant Man feat. Mancini from the album Street Credibility Vol. 4 The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Sat, 21 Aug 2010
SIZE: 40.1 MB
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Linux Outlaws 164 - I Love It When a Pod Casts Together

MP3 - 1 hour 27 minutes 42 seconds, 40.2 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. This week on the show: OpenSolaris is dead, Oracle sues Google over Android, Canonical unveils multitouch for Ubuntu, an Android game review and much more… If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/164'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:02:46 Introduction Errata: There were some problems with Fab’s recording in Episode 162, sorry for that, it should all be fixed from now on — sorry that we didn’t clarify the genre of the song in that episode either Some people thought we were slagging off the US as a whole recently — to clarify: we were specifically talking about their “request” to imprison Julian Assange for no good reason Rumoured PSP phone running Android 3 The limited R2-D2 edition of the Droid 2 Martin Sourada’s new incarnation of the Nodoka theme You can now try out the SparkleShare alpha on F13 via Fab’s repo No beer, Fab is drinking mint tea made from fresh, homegrown mint 0:13:18 Releases & News BackTrack 4 R1 Puppy Linux 5.1 Untangle Gateway 7.4 Trinity Rescue Kit 3.4 Kernel updates from the Federal Reserve Chairman Banshee 1.7.4 F-Spot 0.7.2 One week slip of Fedora 14 schedule Google’s statement about their net neutrality deal with Verizon OpenSolaris is dead Oracle sues Google over Java patents in Android, great move to piss the whole community off — good post from Miguel de Icaza on the topic Chris DiBona’s tweet about possible implications for Oracle Bradley Kuhn on Oracle vs. Google, Eben Moglen’s LinuxCon keynote Garrett D’Amore says Illumos will fork Canonical unveils multitouch support for Ubuntu 10.10 Funny bug report: “Gnome ate my boyfriend! Help!” 0:49: Microwatch Microsoft delivers MySQL-to-SQL database migration tool — link broken since ZDNet apparently deleted the whole blog or something 0:52:21 Crapplewatch Apple manager charged with taking kickbacks from suppliers 0:55:05 Android Game Tip Barrr (free), a funny little game where you have to run a pirate bar 0:59:03 Feedback Donations: Thanks to Gian-Maria Daffre and everyone who flattr‘d us! - Jurgen (from Australia) wrote to tell us about an open source corporate password safe he discovered @UnknownDevice thinks there isn’t enough support for games programming in Linux as far as IDEs and such are concerned id Software open sources Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory and Return To Castle Wolfenstein Andreas Wallberg wrote in response to our discussion of buying Linux pre-installed in Europe in the last episode and recommended GGS-Data in Gothenburg, Sweden Adam in Canada looked for Linux machines on Dell’s Canadian website and found one that runs “Red Hat Ubuntu 9.04” kie asks what we do with out spare CPU cycles and recommends worldcommunitygrid.org which apparently aims to help cure cancer Douglas Whitfield sent us information about something called Peer To Peer University, add your Linux curses here Alun Parry emailed about an open source film project he’s involved with — if you’re interested in helping, email [email protected] Other emails this week from Joshua Casey-Rosa, Gerd Folberth, John Joyce, Karsten Schuldt, Ted Streit and Simon Vass Events: Ohio Linux Fest, September 10-12 / Ana is selling books to finance her film project, see: #anasellsbooks Song: Swan Song by Paper Navy from the album All Grown Up The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Wed, 18 Aug 2010
SIZE: 26.8 MB
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Linux Outlaws 163 - The Frostbite Empire

MP3 - 58 minutes 39 seconds, 26.9 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. In this special episode we interview blind Linux user Jonathan Nadeau about his company Frostbite Systems that sells blind-optimised computers, his podcast network Frostbite Media and much more… If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/163'; var flattr_btn='compact'; In this special episode, we interview Jonathan Nadeau, a blind Linux user and owner and proprietor of Frostbite Systems about his business, the podcasts he produces and the general state of accessibility in Linux compared with Windows. Jonathan also explains how he came to Linux, talks about living with disabilities in the US, what he has learned by producing the different podcasts that he does now, how he uses Linux, what he does to further accessibility in Linux applications, the future of Orca, web design and much more. If you are within the US, definitely consider a Frostbox for your next computer purchase and donate to your favourite distro just by buying it! Links: Frostbite Systems — blind optimised Linux computers and much more Frostbite Media — home of This Week in Fedora, This Week in Debian, Frostcast and Orcacast Frostbite Systems Blog Jonathan’s identi.ca accounts: @frostbite, @frostbitesystem, @frostbitemedia The Frostbite YouTube channel Zen Cart & Übercart for Drupal Song: We Can Make The World Stop from the album of the same name by Alun Parry The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Thu, 12 Aug 2010
SIZE: 43.6 MB
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Linux Outlaws 162 - Neckbeards Unite!

MP3 - 1 hour 35 minutes 12 seconds, 43.6 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. This week on the show: The Google/Verizon deal, the SFLC defends the GPL again, Canonical tracking Ubuntu installations, Google kills Wave, the Illumos Project revealed and of course lots of neckbeard action. If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/162'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:01:28 Introduction Fab wants something like this Apple pulls rival antenna videos from their site CouchDB 1.0.0 data loss bug Dan send the N900 back Read Bradley Kuhn’s excellent GUADEC recap Jono has an M-Audio Fast Track Pro apparently, the problem was that S/PDIF input isn’t working reliably in Linux The Neckbeard Controversy — Alistair Munro (B1ackr0w) sends us a picture of his neckbeard, especially for the occasion Check out #neckbeard on identi.ca Nexus One now officially available as a dev phone Rant-o’Fab Beer of the Week: Peters Kölsch 0:19:13 Releases & News MeeGo for IVI 1.0 Parted Magic 5.2 Elastix 2.0 eBox Platform 1.5-1 KDE 4.5 GNOME 2.31.6 — support them by buying music in Banshee Astrid 3.0, which caused a bit of a ruckus Development: SparkleShare 0.2 Alpha 1 Debian Squeeze now in freeze U.S. wants crackdown on WikiLeaks Google and Verizon unveil controversial net neutrality deal Eben Moglen’s speech on the state of Free Software — “They will never beat us. We will always be here.” SFLC wins default judgement against Westinghouse in GPL enforcement case Canonical begins tracking Ubuntu installations Google kills Wave, Novell wants to plough on alone with Pulse Motorola is axing MOTOBLUR Illumos revealed — more info Zonker says: “Just let OpenSolaris die” Integrating Zeitgeist into Gnome, vote for the apps you want supported 0:56:53 Microwatch UK hoster Fasthosts is running Linux on Hyper-V — we say rather go with Bitfolk, they sponsored OggCamp and name their servers after beer brands! Microsoft basically kills IronRuby 1:02:25 Crapplewatch App Store finally gets “try before you buy” ages after the Android Market (which had this from launch onwards) 1:04:20 Android Game Tip Heavy Gunner 3D ($4.99), a very cool multitouch shooter game 1:08:43 Feedback Donations: Thanks to Michael Leicht, Chris Tevyaw and Joe Littlejohn Identi.ca: @sorin7486 sends us an interesting blog post on OpenGL vs. Direct3D Forums: kounryusui tells us what “karoshi” means in Japanese Doug Whitfield wrote after our recent conversation to say there actually isn’t a Chinese translation of the GPL Amir Pakdel sends us a link to a story about Microsoft and the NHS — the official Microsoft page on this Nuno Justo likes to listen in the car, but because of that always forgets to write Other emails this week from Andreas Marschke, Reine & Poutou, Nigel Verity and PsykoNerdriak Fab finally updated the Planet We will have a short hiatus at the beginning of September as Fab is on holiday then We are also working on upgrading the sound of the show Events: OSSBarcamp, U-Cubed Song: The Duke from the album Alphatier by The Jimmy Hofer Band The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Thu, 05 Aug 2010
SIZE: 40.6 MB
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Linux Outlaws 161 - The Operating System is Called Windows

MP3 - 1 hour 25 minutes 42 seconds, 40.7 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. This week, we discuss the big Gnome Census debate, other news from GUADEC 2010, Lockheed Martin’s first open source project and what it does, Chrome Canary, DMCA exemptions and much more… If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/161'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:01:22 Introduction Erratum: Dell confusion again, apparently they are not dropping Ubuntu after all You can now test a first very alpha .apk of Pony Express Owen Taylor mentioned our Gnome Shell interview systemd now default in Fedora 14 and they switched to git for their source management Android now largest smartphone platform in U.S. Android 2.2 coming to the Droid and the Desire First news on the “Illumos Project” Booze of the Week: Bulleit Bourbon for Fab, Foster’s for Dan 0:16:30 Releases & News Clonezilla Live 1.2.5-35 Linux Mint 9 “KDE” GhostBSD 1.5 Karoshi 7.0 Linux 2.6.35 OpenGL 4.1 The Gnome Census debate: Dave Neary’s report, Greg DeKoenigsberg blogs, Shuttleworth blogs and Jono as well Shuttleworth apologises for sexist comments Gnome 3.0 release delayed Gnome Shell mockups Proposal to make Gnome a “fully fledged OS” Next GUADEC, Desktop Summit scheduled for August 2011 in Berlin Chrome Canary Lockheed Martin open sources their first project Jos Poortvliet named openSuse Community Manager Reddit interviews Richard Stallman Oracle shuts down Postgres test servers 0:55:19 Microwatch Microsoft still doesn’t get the iPad Severed Fifth is powered by Microsoft 1:00:17 Crapplewatch iPad overheating issues iOS 4 performance problems The EFF beats Apple, wins three DMCA exemptions Also, the DMCA got a little weaker 1:07:23 Feedback Donations: Thanks to Jonus, Mark Gardner, David Sewell-Carson, Robert Graffham, Kimo Lee (KimTjik Faste) and everyone who flattr’d us Smegzor, Andy Suarez and Paul Levold wrote to tell us about the BSOD on the oil rig in the Gulf — ARE YOU READING THIS, YOU FUCKERS??? ;) Lucas Nicolaus wrote to tell us he wants to develop a WebOS version of Pony Express when the next school year comes around — very cool! Michael Andrews says companies don’t want other companies to sue when something goes wrong, he says they basically want support from them for their in-house software Matt Holder send us some ideas for a Linux Outlaws desktop application We had other emails this week from Julian Aloofi, Brad Alexander, Malkor the Techie, Reverend Willie, Michael Dexter, Andreas, Chris Tevyaw, Lawal, Jonathan Nadeau, Alison Chaiken, Simon Vass, Dave Carson, Remy van Elst, Tim LaFontaine and Upchuck Breaking News: Bradley Kuhn dents from DebConf 10 about Canonical dropping Network Manager on their Unity netbook version of Ubuntu and also replacing other bits of Gnome Song: It’s A Good Little Thing by Blind Willie McTell The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Sun, 01 Aug 2010
SIZE: 46.9 MB
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Linux Outlaws 160 - Outlaws Ride Twingos

MP3 - 1 hour 43 minutes 47 seconds, 46.9 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. This time on Linux Outlaws: Thesis backs down, NASA drops Eucalyptus, Dell drops Ubuntu, BSOD and the oil disaster, Apple world leader in being insecure and interviews from GUADEC 2010 including Lennart Poettering talking shop on PulseAudio and systemd. If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/160'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:01:11 Introduction Apple now has a dedicated antenna FUD page Swedish Pirate Party members launch anonymous and log-free ISP Very fitting and slightly sad epitaph to the Nexus One The Droid X has been rooted Little Big Planet 2 out November 16 for the PS3 0:15:42 Releases & News Tiny Core Linux 3.0 Peppermint OS Ice-07142010 PC-BSD 8.1 ClearOS 5.2 FreeBSD 8.1 Firefox 3.6.7 and 3.5.11 Thunderbird 3.1.1 and 3.0.6 Linux Mint 10 to be called “Julia” Google Chrome team sets six-week cadence for new versions Thesis creator backs down and adopts the GPL for his theme Android tablets look really bad GPL compliance-wise NASA drops Eucalyptus for their own fully F/OSS solution Dell drops Ubuntu from their lineup Russia is working on a national Linux system for their government 0:50:08 Microwatch Did Windows cause the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico? 0:54:00 Crapplewatch Apple now the new world leader in software insecurity 0:57:35 Interviews Fab returns from GUADEC 2010 in The Hague and brings you the following interviews from there: Owen Taylor from Red Hat talks about Gnome Shell and what’s coming in the future with Gnome 3 Lennart Poettering, also from Red Hat, tells us his views about his latest two projects: The infamous PulseAudio and the brand new systemd and why he thinks they are awesome Karl Goetz from the gNewSense project tells us about their distro which is on the FSF-approved distribution list and which is currently moving from being based on Ubuntu to a Debian base 1:33:03 Feedback Jezra sends us a very cool bagpipe rendition of the Linux Outlaws theme Song: Space Invaders from the album 8-bit Lagerfeuer by Pornophonique The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Thu, 22 Jul 2010
SIZE: 43.7 MB
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Linux Outlaws 159 - The Beginning of the Conversation

MP3 - 1 hour 35 minutes 26 seconds, 43.7 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. This week on the show: OpenSolaris is in trouble, Droid X self-destructs if you try to flash it, OpenStack is announced, a discussion about Zeitgeist and Gnome as an upstream, more Antennagate and the big Thesis / WordPress GPL debate. If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/159'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:01:29 Introduction Fab was kayaking on the Rhine over the weekend Erratum: The Swedish Pirate Party is not currently in the Swedish parliament Shot of Jaq is dead Get your wallpaper in Fedora 14! Maybe ACTA wasn’t that transparent after all… Firefox to get pinning for web apps and Chrome gets “WebApp” support as well Frogatto, an old school, cross-platform, open source jump-n-run game — recommended to us by Cyber Killer Security Alert: Millions of routers vulnerable to new version of old attack — including Linksys’ WRT54G(L) Beer of the Week: Franziskaner Weissbier Kristallklar 0:18:49 Releases & News Zencafe GNU/Linux 2.2 T2 SDE 8.0 openSUSE 11.3 Jolicloud 1.0 Wine 1.2 Banshee now has a full Amazon MP3 Store plugin OpenStack announced Google will stop selling the Nexus One to consumers Top Solaris developer flees Oracle and the OpenSolaris Governing Board threatens to dissolve — more from The H on this The Open Hardware Definition Droid X self-destructs if you touch the bootloader but at least Motorola admits it The Thesis/WordPress debate about themes and if they should be GPLed (SFLC study on this) — #thesiswp on Twitter 0:51:36 Microwatch Windows XP will never die 0:55:22 Crapple Steve Jobs denies antenna problems, “we don’t think we have a problem” Engineer warned Jobs of potential iPhone 4 antenna issues before release RIM, HTC and Nokia want no part of Apple’s self-made debacle 1:00:00 Discussion Point We talk a bit about the fact that a Zeitgeist dev was claiming that Ubuntu is now their upstream on the Ubuntu UK Podcast and that this was a misunderstanding — some background from the devs 1:06:32 Feedback Donations: Thanks to Roger Fletcher, Durand D’souza, Edward Dewhurst and Ron McLeod Forums: There’s a new sheriff in town! — NYBill, the gun monkey, is laying down the law now We have some audio feedback from Jason Bowles (aka. Malkor the Techie) who gives an alternative opinion on three strikes laws Whym sent us an email supporting our Apple bashing and an awesome picture that his little brother did in the GIMP: Matthew Phillips works on a distro called GnackTrack which is a penetration testing distro for Gnome fans and he will be demonstrating it at DEF CON 18 (Fidel?) Castro sends us a possible solution to our CRAP acronym Andre Hugo send us a link to this cool comic from The Oatmeal about life as an Apple fanboy Ryan Mc clarifies Debian repos and rolling releases for us Other emails this week from Justin, Paul W.B., Jamesh, Rob Potter, Joni and CPrompt Event: Barcamp Chicago, August 21 & 22 — send in by csgeek Simon Vass emailed us again about Uganda LUG Song: Kickback by Severed Fifth from the album Denied by Reign The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Fri, 16 Jul 2010
SIZE: 40.8 MB
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Linux Outlaws 158 - I'll Send That to the Toilet Computer!

MP3 - 1 hour 29 minutes 7 seconds, 40.8 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. On this episode of Linux Outlaws: Google kills the Nexus Two, Mandriva avoids bankruptcy, arguments about “Open Core”, Monty acts up again, Google App Inventor and lots of Microsoft and Apple bashing as usual. If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/158'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:02:24 Introduction Jon Kulp send us some amazing bits of music for the show Excellent Frostbite Media interview with Mo Duffy about the Fedora Design Team CyanogenMod 6 breaths new life into the aging G1 with Froyo Android sees healthy growth at the expense of Apple, RIM and Microsoft Android 2.2 demolishes iOS 4 in JavaScript benchmarks Chromium / Chrome to get a unified menu Mint is playing with a Debian-based version Beer of the Week: Theakston XB — imported for Fab by The Bald 0:13:31 Releases & News Element 1.3 Mandriva Linux 2010.1 PCLinuxOS 2010.07 Parted Magic 5.0 Tonido 1.9.0.11838 Mercurial 1.6 Shotwell 0.6.1 Python 2.7 RHEL 6 Beta 2, targeting year end release Australia delays ‘net filter for a year Pirate Bay soon to be hosted within Swedish Parliament? Google kills hopes for a “Nexus Two” Google App Inventor Mandriva avoids bankruptcy, releases new version Motorola has “revolutionized internal communications” with StatusNet, official StatusNet client Amazon MP3 downloader support in Banshee Simon Phipps on the problems with “Open Core” — Bradley Kuhn’s take on it Monty appeals Oracle’s Sun merger again 0:50:16 Microwatch Microsoft opens source code to Russian secret service FSB Microsoft presents at Red Hat Summit Crapple: Apple to fix the iPhone 4 antenna problems by patching the way the bars are displayed? 1:00:52 Software Tip Chrome-to-Phone, a Chrome extension and Android app to send browser tabs to your phone 1:03:30 Feedback Donations: Thanks to James McBride, Daniel Ngu, Ian Pickworth and Tony Hughes Audio Feedback: Jon Kulp send us some wonderful prairie harmonica and Latin renditions of the LO theme, he also send a funny clip from an NPR show about Microsoft — we also got some awesome Crapple theme entries from Alistair Munro and Jo “Remington Steele” Ressington Blogs: Paul Elms (aka. scifly)’s new blog will soon feature a series about working on the Pony Express app Mike Hingley tells us about a government website where you can cast your vote to repeal the Digital Economy Act if you are in the UK SmooveD says they like our perspective on Apple, he says we shouldn’t let the iListeners censor us We got other emails this week from Andreas, Doug Whitfield, Tony Hughes, Philip Herron alias RedBrain, Ron McLeod, figjam and Jonathan Nadeau Song: True Gemini by Rob Costlow from the album Woods of Chaos — recommended by Jim Nygård The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Thu, 08 Jul 2010
SIZE: 49.9 MB
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Linux Outlaws 157 - Horny, Horny, Horny

MP3 - 1 hour 49 minutes 0 seconds, 49.9 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. On this episode of Linux Outlaws: A big announcement (kind of), ASCAP declares war on Creative Commons, Bilski comes down, new Fedora project leader, Microsoft kills Kin and Apple drops the ball on the iPhone 4. If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/157'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:01:08 Introduction We talk about the future of the show (and football) AT&T-iPad security breach may be worse than we first thought Amazon Kindle app released on Android Android 2.2 (Froyo) available for Nexus One and 2.1 (Eclair) available for European Hero users — both are over the air updates Chrome overtakes Safari, now holds 3rd place in US browser market Jono to stream the second Severed Fifth album recording live Beer of the Week: Kempisch Vuur, send to Fab by Johan Vervloet (@johanv) 0:18:12 Releases & News MINIX 3.1.7 SystemRescueCd 1.5.6 Superb Mini Server 1.5.2 Peppermint OS One-06172010 Astaro Security Gateway 8.0 Development Release: CrunchBang Linux 10 Alpha 2 Wordpress 3.0 StatusNet 0.9.3 FFmpeg 0.6 — codenamed “Works with HTML5”, which is what it does… We also talked about FFmpeg getting its own implementation of the Google VP8 codec VLC 1.1.0 PyPy 1.3 Parrot 2.5.0 “Cheops” Firefox 3.6.6 Thunderbird 3.1 k3b 2.0 Development Release: CyanogenMod 6 Alpha 1 Android 2.2 source code released, Google’s dev blog post ASCAP declares war on free culture The Bilski decision finally came down: Groklaw, Ars Technica, Bradley Kuhn’s comments, Justice John Paul Stevens on Bilski and SFLS special show on the topic Jared Smith is the new Fedora Project leader — he’s @jsmith on identi.ca Debian creates the “Derivatives Front Desk” Cisco’s Android Tablet Google’s big focus for Gingerbread: UI polish Nokia changes from Symbian to MeeGo for flagship phones and MeeGo launches its “Handset User Experience” Adobe pulls Flash player for 64 bit Linux 1:07:37 Microwatch Microsoft kills Kin Crapple: Apple’s major FAIL on the iPhone 4 antenna, Steve Jobs says: “Don’t hold it this way” — also: iPhone glass problems, Class-action suit against Apple over iPhone 4, Motorola kicks Apple in the spuds with New York Times ad, Apple now looking for new antenna engineers 1:17:52 Feedback Donations: Thanks to Alison Chaiken, Brian Lopes, ?ukasz Zachulski, Bo Kullmar and Robert P. aka. “MixMasterJ” Blogs: Adam Ward (@redshirtlinux) wrote a very nice blog post thanking us for mentioning his email on the show and Philip Herron (@redbrain) explains how to compile a compiler Audio Feedback: We have an awesome audio submission from B1ackcr0w and another 8-bit version of the theme tune by Chris Tevyaw (aka. Slasher) Sambu writes in response to our discussion of the Windows equivalent to LAMP, he thinks it should be WIMP: Windows, IIS, MySQL, PHP Kevan V. sends us this story about Amazon being granted a patent for social networking websites in the US — You can’t make this shit up! Jonathan Nadeau asked us to mention his new podcast We had a few emails complaining that we bash Apple too much: Michael Mellinger says the iPhone is better than Android, Stephen and Daniel don’t like it when we are critical of Apple and Andy G. wrote to say he doesn’t think Google are any better than Apple and worries more about the amount of information Google have on people, he thinks we should reconsider our stance on Google David Comerford wrote after hearing us talk about all the disc burning for new distros, he recommends the iodd portable SATA hard drive with CD-ROM emulation Nathan D’Elboux recommends the Firefox plugin FlashGot since he used it to download all our old episodes from The Archives We had other emails from Paul W.B., Whym, Peter Trussell, Sergei Van Hardeveld, Nigel Verity, Scott Cann, Anthony (from New Mexico), NRK, Mike Hingley, Brad Pearce, John Scheuvront, Tony Griggs, Brent Foor, Thomas Chace, Stephen Michael Kellat, Andreas Marschke, Ebcdic Zehetbauer, Serko, Jake Roberts, Bo Kullmar, Joe Foy and Steve Anderson Two cool videos about the iPhone 4 vs. the HTC Evo Song for International Reggae Day (July 1): Waste My Time from the album of the same name by Loudog The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Sun, 27 Jun 2010
SIZE: 55.2 MB
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Linux Outlaws 156 - Blame the Uwe Seeler

MP3 - 2 hours 0 minutes 37 seconds, 55.2 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. On this episode of Linux Outlaws: The World Cup, SCO dead for good, Ubuntu removing aptitude, Canonical taking on Red Hat, the usual Microsoft and Apple fail and an interview with Ade Bradshaw about LinuxTag 2010. If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/156'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:01:08 Introduction We talk about the World Cup and that it is delaying our production schedule a lot at the moment If you are getting annoyed by the vuvuzelas, you can now filter them using Fedora Also check out: vuvuzelafiltering.com Sprint EVO 4G sold out eveywhere Apple has apparently licensed the “iOS” name from Cisco Harald Welte on the FSF enforcement in the App Store 0:11:21 Releases & News linuX-gamers Live 0.9.6 Zorin OS 3 Zenwalk Linux 6.4 “GNOME” sidux 2010-01 Parted Magic 4.11 WebM video lands in Firefox trunk SCO case closed for good, Novell owns UNIX copyrights, Ars Technica on this Ubuntu has removed aptitude for Maverick “The Ubuntu Advantage”: Canonical takes on Red Hat Interesting blog post about the FSF campaigns by @tante — Fab completely agrees with this… Reforming the OSI: Simon Phipps is trying to build bridges between free software and open source Details on systemd 0:47:58 Microwatch Novell and VMware sign virtualisation deal, Microsoft gets really pissed off Security expert says Microsoft a weak link in US national security Crapple: WWDC iPhone 4 fail may have been due to bad drivers in the new phone Crapple: iPad 3G buyer e-mail addresses leaked by AT&T server, FBI looking into the data breach 0:57:06 Interview Fab interviews Ade Bradshaw of LugRadio fame and all-around bald hero about LinuxTag 2010 which he recently attended. They talk about Microsoft sponsoring LinuxTag, Lennart Poettering and systemd, Deltacloud,Tonido.com, SUSE Studio, Club-Mate, the fact that Ade doesn’t like football and much more. 1:38:51 Feedback Donations: Thanks to Cynthia Cynthia, Andreas Renkema, Henry Standing, Stephen Kellat, L.M. Driel, Dylan Thiedeke and thanks to everyone who flattr‘d us! Audio feedback: Christopher (who didn’t leave a surname) sent us his own mix of our show entitled Linux Cloudlaws, we also got a great recording of a story from Jon Kulp, our classical guitar playing, skateboarding forum hero Ebcdic Zehetbauer likes Red Dead Redemption and suggests we should have a Linux Outlaws Posse on the multiplayer there Simon Redfern tells us about the Open Bank Project which he’s involved with Adrian Sobotta wrote to tell us about his collaborative, Creative Commons licensed book promoting green IT Beni Keller listens to us while on the train to work, while cycling, while running and while cleaning his toilet, he says crabbypup has released a beta of a new distro/respin called Mystery Netbook Theatre, NYBill also helped out with a cool wallpaper — check it out over at the forums ”Adam Ward** went to SELF because of the promo we played and loved it Michael Dexter sent us some Linux Fund news Other emails this week from Stephen Parsons, David McInnis, Neall McLaren, Jezra, spartan7, Richard George, Whym, Martin Häger, Stephen, Kevan Vautier, Scott, James Tait, Buford Koechig, Rex Djere and Josh Keyoth Event: Barcamp Blackpool, July 3 — Dan will be there Song: The FCC Song by Eric Idle, recommended by Captain Toffel The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Fri, 11 Jun 2010
SIZE: 42.6 MB
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Linux Outlaws 155 - There is No Fabian Stable

MP3 - 1 hour 33 minutes 9 seconds, 42.7 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. This week on the show: WebM license conflict resolved, Linaro initiative announced, Google drops Windows company-wide, Apple drops the ball on the new iPhone, Fab tests MeeGo and much more… If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/155'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:01:10 Introduction Jon Spriggs is trying to get feedback on his Campfire Lite software we used at OggCamp — if you attended the event and have comments please visit their mailing list Android 2.1 hits the HTC Hero The Sprint HTC EVO 4G is now shipping — Mo Duffy’s blog post on getting the tethering to work in Fedora C-Base OpenMoon Libre.fm has a podcast now Jono ramps up for the second Severed Fifth album Beer of the Week: Batemans Triple XB — kindly supplied by Ade “The Bald” Bradshaw 0:09:55 Releases & News Parsix GNU/Linux 3.5 SystemRescueCd 1.5.5 Vinux 3.0 aLinux 14.0 Untangle Gateway 7.3 Pardus Linux 2009.2 VortexBox 1.4 Ylmf OS 3.0 Quirky 1.2 Sabayon Linux 5.3 Rockbox 3.6 OpenOffice.org 3.2.1 Google gives wifi data to Germany, France and Spain WebM licensing conflict resolved Linaro nonprofit aims to fight ARM Linux fragmentation — Shuttleworth apparently loves it… Mozilla will put Weave sync features into the next version of Firefox Android will move to a yearly update cycle SUSE MeeGo to be released in the next 12 months 0:43:36 Microwatch Google drops Windows company-wide — report from CNet When Microsoft does open source: The “Bing 404 for WordPress” Plugin Crapple News from WWDC: new iPhone released and it’s a joke, also: awkward Steve Jobs keynote FAIL 0:58:35 Jub-Jub Mini-Review: Fab talks a bit about MeeGo — there really isn’t much to say right now Ars Technica: MeeGo Linux platform gains allies at Computex 1:06:31 Feedback Peter Brown says New Zealand is set to abandon software patents — this would be very cool if it actually works out Andre writes with concerns over the Digital Economy Bill in the UK and downloading free software via torrents Adam Thomas wrote to tell us he always listens while mucking out his horse stables and wonders if this is the strangest place people listen to Linux Outlaws? After we recently talked about this topic, Billy Crook writes to tell us that he apparently also listens to us in the gym Borgy says hello and says our podcast keeps him in the loop about Linux while he’s living downunder Other emails this week from Xavier Sythe, Joni Larsen-Haikarainen, Andrew, Anthony C., Amiel Desbiens, Stefan, Boryslav Larin, Jonathan Nadeau, Ando in Dublin, Ryan and good old Alistair Munro Events: GUADEC, July 26-30 in The Hague / Fosscon 2010, June 19 in Rochester, NY There won’t be a live show at the usual time next week because of the World Cup Song: Zinedine Zidane by Blue Swerver from the album The Art Of Collapsing The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Wed, 09 Jun 2010
SIZE: 78.3 MB
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Linux Outlaws 154 - The Big Android Shootout

MP3 - 1 hour 25 minutes 29 seconds, 39.2 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. In this special episode of Linux Outlaws, we review the Google Nexus One phone and pit it against the Motorola Milestone and Samsung Galaxy and as a bonus Fab also gives you a big list of his favourite Android apps. If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/154'; var flattr_btn='compact'; In this special episode, we review the Nexus One phone from Google and pit it against the Motorola Milestone (Droid) and Samsung Galaxy in a huge Android handset shootout. Thanks to Chris DiBona and Google for providing us with a Nexus One! We go into all the details about hardware and software on these phones and discuss a lot of general Android and smartphone topics as well. You might also want to check out Fab’s gallery of Nexus One photos while you are listening to this. After the main review, Fab talks about his favourite Android apps: mustard, Identica client BeyondPod, podcatcher Google Listen, podcatcher Astrid, todo list WordPress, blogging app NewsRob, Google Reader client Aldiko, ebook reader Bonsai Blast, arcade game Robo Defense, tower defense game UniWar, TBS game Barcode Scanner Android IRC, IRC client Better Terminal Emulator EStrongs File Explorer, file manager Album Art Grabber MyTracks, geolocation tracking app c:geo, geocaching guide Gowalla, check-in service SportyPal, workout tracker You can see an up-to-date list of all apps that Fab has installed here. Nexus One camera test pictures: Song: 18 Wheels to Hell from the album *Down in the City by Houdini Roadshow The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Thu, 03 Jun 2010
SIZE: 44.9 MB
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Linux Outlaws 153 - Tinfoil Wallpaper Millionaire

MP3 - 1 hour 38 minutes 11 seconds, 45.0 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. This week on Linux Outlaws: Google and OSI fighting over WebM, FSF enforces GPL in the iTunes Store, Poettering now aiming at the init system, Microsoft sponsoring LinuxTag, Pac-Man madness and much more… If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. var flattr_url = 'http://linuxoutlaws.com/podcast/153'; var flattr_btn='compact'; 0:01:21 Introduction Russian advice: Nuke the oil spill, that’ll fix it! RIP Dennis Hopper Fab rants on Oracle brand placement in Iron Man 2 Quit Facebook Day Check out Flattr Beer of the Week: Duvel 0:17:36 Releases & News KXStudio Slackware Linux 13.1 Clonezilla Live 1.2.5-17 MeeGo 1.0, Banshee is the default media player Maemo 5/PR1.2 Endian Firewall 2.4 Peppermint OS One-05222010 Zenwalk Linux 6.4 KOffice 2.2 heybuddy by Jezra Google keeping WiFi data from German, Hong Kong governments Phoronix: “The Huge Disaster Within The Linux 2.6.35 Kernel” Nero AG files antitrust case against MPEG-LA in the US Google and OSI at odds about WebM, more from The Register GCC begins move to C++ FSF on GPL enforcement in Apple’s iTunes Store After Linux audio, Poettering now out to destroy the init system? 1:07:51 Microwatch Microsoft is sponsoring LinuxTag (German), proof on the LinuxTag sponsor page Redmond fires entertainment & devices executives 1:16:32 Jub-Jub Newton, a physics game for Android 1:17:50 Feedback Donations: Thanks to Stewart Danziger and Scott Lavender! Forums: Google’s playable Pac-Man Chris Gilbert sent us an email about his new company Marvin Computers Joe Ressington offered to help out with editing work for the show Valent Turkovic writes from from Croatia to tell us about his new Fedora Remix Gokce Mehmet AY writes us about having fun at the gym with Linux Outlaws Other emails this week from Jim Nygård, Michael Dexter, Robin Catling, Aitor Pazos, Scott Lavender, Kristopher Schwab, Douglas Radcliffe, Neall McLaren and Andrew Fab mentioned this blog post on joining the Fedora community Song: Skeletons In Your Closet by Rick Fowler The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Sun, 30 May 2010
SIZE: 43.3 MB
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Linux Outlaws 152 - I Shot the Sheriff

MP3 - 1 hour 34 minutes 43 seconds, 43.4 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. In this show: A metric buttload of Google news (aka. This Week in Google Outlaws), software patents now legal in Germany, Fab rants on the fact that people complain about Google “spying on WiFi” and much more… If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. 0:01:12 Introduction Dan co-hosted FLOSS Weekly with Randal Schwartz on Wednesday for their Episode 121 interviewing JonathanD from Freenode Steam is definitely coming to Linux, a beta has started already MyTracks for Android now open source — Yay! Beverage of the Week: Dan has Tick Tock Original Rooibos Tea (sent to him by James Tait) while Fab is drinking Spätburgunder Blanc de Noir from Weingut Hof 0:09:22 Releases & News Arch Linux 2010.05 Linux Mint 9 OpenBSD 4.7 Scientific Linux 5.5 SystemRescueCd 1.5.4 Django 1.2 Xfce 4.6.2 SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 service pack 1 VirtualBox 3.2 MySQL Community Server 5.1.47 & 5.0.91 Android 2.2 “Froyo” — Fab has been testing it on the Nexus Google open sources VP8, starts “WebM” project — in-depth technical analysis of VP8 FSF approves WebM Google TV Google offers Web designers hosted, open-source Web fonts Google Storage for Developers takes on Amazon S3 Google faces probes over WiFi data collection German high court declares all software potentially patentable, more in German Swedish Pirate Party hosting Pirate Bay in political gesture HP will ditch Win7 for WebOS in their Slate tablet, confirmed Bids for Novell expected soon MonoDroid announced — is this Plan B after MonoTouch is in trouble? 1:01:34 Microwatch Microsoft pays VirnetX $200 million to settle patent case YouTube/Viacom executive dissing match 1:09:00 Jub-Jub Software Tip: BleachBit, a tool to clean all kinds of history and unwanted remnants from your Linux system 1:10:37 Feedback Donations: Thanks to Daniel Brinkers and Simon Vass! Forums: YaMatt has compiled some awesome statistics of the last 150 LO episodes, more discussion on the forums Serial donor Ryan Kohler wrote a really nice email Tim LaFontaine got himself a Barnes & Noble Nook eBook reader but wanted a nice tool to convert books and upload them and found Calibre We have some very cool audio feedback from Aussie St3v3 We received a ton of OggCamp emails including from Jake Roberts, Tony Webster and Nigel Verity Matteo Mario Doni writes to tell us about an Android app he’s been involved with: My Bus Edinburgh Simon Vass from Uganda brings us the latest Ugandan LUG news: on June 18, the Mbarara Uganda LUG will be meeting at the Mbarara University of Science and Technology — more info Christopher wrote to tell us that Qt Community Manager Knut Yrvin has been on Norwegian TV in a talent show Other emails this week from Justin, John47, John Scheuvront (who sent us beer for OggCamp), Markatto, Moriarty, Peter Brown, Eric Kilgore (aka. Igor948), Chris Tevyaw, Brewster, Rex Djere, FiftyOneFifty, B1ackcr0w …..again!, Tony “Hendo” Henderson, Andreas Marschke, Whym, Gareins and Lucas Nicolaus Events: Hull LUG Monthly Meeting on Tuesday, June 1 (8pm) at the Old Grey Mare pub Song: Dead Cowboy from the Sundance Kids The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Tue, 25 May 2010
SIZE: 27.3 MB
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Linux Outlaws 151 - Fedora 13 Release Special

MP3 - 59 minutes 47 seconds, 27.4 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. We celebrate the release of Fedora 13 and have a look at the new features and improvements. If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. In this special Linux Outlaws, Dan and Fab talk about today’s release of Fedora 13 “Goddard”. my-guides.net has good guides on how to install extra media codecs and more in Fedora Special Release Beer: Carlsberg Elephant Highlights in Fedora 13: Pino and Shotwell installed by default Printing and scanning improvements Colour management Free 3D drivers for ATI & Nvidia cards Gnome Shell preview Streamlined installer boot.fedoraproject.org Numerous disk and file system improvements Parallel-installable Python 3 stack Many cool spins … and much more. Go on, give it a whirl and get involved! Song: Zero Three by The Lone Gunmen The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Sat, 22 May 2010
SIZE: 46.7 MB
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Linux Outlaws 150 - Linux Cloudlaws

MP3 - 1 hour 42 minutes 2 seconds, 46.7 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. This time on Linux Outlaws: HP buys Palm, Steam coming to Linux, Humble Indy Bundle goes open source, more PS3 firmware fallout, Red Hat & Novell win important lawsuit, Mandriva in trouble, UDS news and lots of Microsoft and Apple bashing as usual… If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. 0:03:29 Introduction Google stopped selling the Nexus One online Check out the trailer for Sintel, the new open movie from the Blender guys, it looks amazing! — more info at durian.blender.org Support the Libre Graphics Meeting! Little Big Planet 2 announced Beer of the Week: BrewDog Punk IPA — given to Fab by bald hero Ade Bradshaw 0:12:38 Releases & News PCLinuxOS 2010, PCLinuxOS 2010 “Openbox”, PCLinuxOS 2010.1 Sabayon Linux 5.2 “CoreCD” grml 2010.04 Tiny Core Linux 2.11 Quirky 1.0, Quirky 1.1 Monomaxos 5.0 CentOS 5.5 Puppy Linux 5.0 Emacs 23.2 MythTV 0.23 Pidgin 2.7 KDevelop 4.0 Kernel 2.6.34 Fedora 13 release slips to May 25 German court basically outlaws unencrypted wifi — more on this topic from the BBC Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has passport confiscated by Aussie officials HP buys Palm Steam is coming to Linux Humble Indy Bundle raises more than a million dollars, goes open source Ryzom MMORPG open sourced as well U.S. Air Force may suffer collateral damage from PS3 firmware update Sony sued for removing PS3 features Red Hat & Novell beat IP Innovation in multiple workspaces case — more on this at opensource.com Has Mandriva failed? — more on the topic on Zonker’s blog, Mandriva’s response UDS news: Ubuntu Light, Window Indicators, Unity shell for netbooks Android overtakes iPhone in US smartphone market Red Hat Cloud Access makes RHEL contract transferable to EC2 1:05:31 Microwatch German appeals court upholds Microsoft’s FAT patent HTC signs patent deal with Microsoft Why is Microsoft Office so expensive? Ask Bing! Apple’s lies about being open source based There apparently is a “lifetime limit” on buying iPads — Seriously??? What the hell…!? 1:16:41 Feedback Donations: Thanks to Neal Quincey, Chris Tevyaw, ?ukasz Jerna?, Eduardo Carrillo, Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér, Ryan Kohler, Paul Coleman and Andrew Cutler! Forums: Linux Outlaws Greatest Hits Markatto send us an email about the Diaspora project — you can support them here Xavier Sythe send us information about a new distro called Peppermint Linux lostnbronx writes to let us know that the Going Linux podcast recently passed 100 episodes Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér sent an audio greeting for OggCamp 10 — we were slightly late in picking this up… Other emails from Robin Catling from the Full Circle Podcast, Rich Caller, Nathan Bumhanger, St3v3, Greg Thomson, Alex Tanner, Matthew Phillips, Kevin P., BobK54, Andreas Marschke, Kevin McDole, Ebcdic Zehetbauer, Noble Baker, James Tait, Patrik Alzén, Stuart Ward, koeart, FiftyOneFifty and Dale Events: SELF, June 11-13 at the Marriott at Renaissance Park Hotel in Spartanburg / FOSSCon, June 19 at Rochester Institute of Technology — use the code linuxoutlaws to get $5 off a ticket Song: Sad Man by Dub Rebellion The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Fri, 14 May 2010
SIZE: 31.1 MB
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Linux Outlaws 149 - God's Favourite Coffee (OggCamp Recap)

MP3 - 1 hour 7 minutes 58 seconds, 31.1 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. Dan and Fab recap the OggCamp 10 weekend, having very tiredly crashed on the couch at Dan’s place afterwards. If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. In this special episode, your two very tired hosts reminisce about the OggCamp 10 weekend and associated events. No thanks at all go out to Germanwings — most sucky airline ever. Fab will never fly them again… Beers: Wells Bombadier (thanks @kevan), St. Austell HSD and Sharps Atlantic IPA (thanks @timttmy & @cleavey) Check out Dan’s special Rathole Radio episode with music and video links from the Rathole Roadshow gig - Also check out Dan’s and Fab’s written recaps of OggCamp 10 Tony Whitmore from Ubuntu UK also published a written recap Photos from OggCamp 10 Special thanks to: Xibo, JonTheNiceGuy, the Linux Emporium, Talk OSS, Windigo, Les Pounder, John Scheuvront, Mystery Sock Person, Mystery Aubergine Person, Becky Newborough, Ana Bee, Laura Czajkowski and all of our wonderful crew! Song: Dan’s version of Redemption Song by Bob Marley from the Rathole Roadshow gig The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Wed, 12 May 2010
SIZE: 36.8 MB
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Linux Outlaws 148 - You Cannot Grep People (OggCamp 10 Live Show)

MP3 - 1 hour 20 minutes 30 seconds, 36.9 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. The joint Ubuntu UK Podcast / Linux Outlaws live show from OggCamp 10. If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. After a bit of a break, we present you the audio of our second-ever joint live episode with the Ubuntu UK Podcast that was recorded before the OggCamp 10 audience — naturally with all the swear words intact, as it should be. Segments include our introduction (0:01:44), distro releases (0:08:17) — RHEL 6 Beta, EasyPeasy 1.6, Fedora 13 Beta, Aubergine Lucid & Crunchbang Statler — A World Without Flash (0:16:54), F/OSS Room 101 (0:27:02) and our wrap-up of the show and OggCamp 10 itself (0:58:59). Presenters on stage: @tonywhitmore, @ciemon, @daviey, @popey, @methoddan, @lauracowen & @fabsh The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

DATE: Fri, 23 Apr 2010
SIZE: 45.0 MB
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Linux Outlaws 147 - Where's the 'kin Phone?

MP3 - 1 hour 38 minutes 21 seconds, 45.0 MB, Ogg Vorbis version here — you can also download all our episodes in both MP3 and Ogg Vorbis format from the Outlaw Archives. This week on Linux Outlaws: Ash clouds, new DPL elected, Google doing good things for Linux and open source, Apache attacked, Microsoft’s new phone and Fab is annyoing everyone with hockey talk again… If you have any feedback on the show, please leave it in the forums — preferably in the thread for this episode. Linux Outlaws is brought to you by Sixgun Productions. 0:01:09 | Introduction Jan Wildeboer’s #ashmob This was the last regular show for a while, we’ll probably have loads of special content from OggCamp 10 though… Pony Express BoF at OggCamp For those who requested more info on the WePad, here’s a video of the thing in action Popey’s Geekbox idea Full official ACTA text to be released soon Beer of the Week: Paulaner Hefe-Weißbier Dunkel 0:17:10 | Releases & News BSD: FreeNAS 0.7.1 Distro: VortexBox 1.3 Distro: Dragora GNU/Linux 2.0 Distro: antiX MEPIS 8.5 Distro: Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 Update 5 Distro: MythDora 12.23 GCC 4.5.0 — may the beard be with you! Xen 4.0 Perl 5.12.0 ALSA 1.0.23 Subversion 1.6.11 MonoTouch 3.0 — looks like it’s in limbo with Apple at the moment The Pirate Bay, a year after the verdict — still alive… We have a new DPL Google trying to bridge Android/Linux kernel divide Oscar-winning video editor goes open source Apache.org sites attacked Very cool: Boxee headed to Android Google planning to open the VP8 video codec 0:48:02 | Microwatch Microsoft’s smartphone: the “Kin One” — really inspired name… not! Microsoft outsources their own IT — can’t handle it, huh? 0:55:04 | Jub-Jub gpodder.net, awesome web interface to the cool podcatcher Features in the upcoming Fedora 13 1:05:19 | Feedback Donations: Thanks to Eduardo Carrillo, Rory Holland, Alex Harrington (who is also helping us out with displays for OggCamp) and Badry Darkoush Forums: Fab’s NHL Playoffs thread — Video of Jordan Leopold getting knocked out cold toor58 sent us details of a new distro based on Linux Mint called Netrunner (nothing to do with the Netrunner card game), we also had one from Kevin McDole about another new distro called Manhattan OS James Holland and Tim Humble both sent us information about many security code words Jezra (@jezra) sent us more amazing audio clips, with meerkats! Charlie Robinson says Linux Outlaws has been unblocked in China and Fab promptly tries to change that again Other emails this week from Daniel Thorley, Ken Fallon, Samuel Vanderplancke, Michael Spannbauer, Phil McCoy, Reverend Wilie, Stuart Ward, Stephen Michael Kellat, Ken Peter, Edd Stock, Jesse Anger, Brian Kemp, Rob, Mark Rice, Xavier Sythe, John Imison, 6r00k14n and ?ukasz Zachulski Alistair Munro didn’t email us this week, we think he’s playing reverse psychology to get more mentions now Events: Barcamp Blackpool at the Blackpool Pleasure Beach Casino, July 3 / FossCon 2010 in New York, June 19 OggCamp Sponsors: Linux Format - Media Partner, The Open Learning Centre, Linux Emporium, Opsview, Bitfolk, Recruit12 and Linux Fund Song: No More Fighting from the album On verra plus tard… by Drunksouls The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.

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