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PulseAudio Crash

PulseAudio and Systemd | Unleaded Hangout

Today on Unleaded, Brandon and Joe join me to discuss PulseAudio, systemd and whether or not adoption of these technologies...

AN INTRODUCTION TO LINUX Mint 18.2

While the rest of the Linux World is wrangling over fast changing paradigms and the plethora of new Linux Distributions...

Linux PC

What is Linux – A Beginners Guide

I have been using open source software for over ten years now. I have been using Linux for about the...

NFS and Samba Explored - Unleaded Hangout

NFS and Samba Explored – Unleaded Hangout

Which is best and which file sharing method does the crew from the Hangouts use? We explore! Plus, Hangouts decides...

security-dude

Encryption and Firewalls – Unleaded Hangout

In this Hangout episode, we discuss encryption, firewalls, and more. We also introduce new Patreon supporters as they dive right...

KVM For The Record

Brandon’s KVM Conundrum | For The Record

Producer Brandon Get Denied By KVM, we discuss his journey into Linux IT. Support future episodes of For the Record:...

Linux Is Everywhere (The Shirt)

(Matt edit) Friend of Freedom Penguin Michael Tunnell, has created this great shirt! Hurry, it’s available for a limited time...

Audio Feed

At $200 Patreon Goal – Audio Feed Cometh

I will add an audio feed as a Patreon reachable goal of $200 per month. Once we hit this, we...

WannaCry

WannaCry and OS Security | Feedback Hangout

My Gold level Patreon supporters Mike and Chris join me to discuss WannaCry, operating system security and starting his path...

WannaCry

WannaCry | For The Record

Today producer and Patreon supporter Brandon joins me to discuss WannaCry, operating system security and starting his path into Linux...

donation initiative

Unixstickers’ new donation initiative is here!

For immediate release. At Unixstickers.com, they are taking donations to FOSS on a whole new level. Being the largest store...

Tilix Review: One Awesome Terminal Emulator

Looking for more features than what the default Gnome terminal provides? Let me introduce you to Tilix, a GTK3 tiling...

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