This Week in Linux
This Week in Linux
Jan 23, 2021
135: Red Hat's No-Cost RHEL, Linux on Apple M1 Mac, Google's Chromium Fiasco | This Week in Linux
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On this episode of This Week in Linux, Red Hat Announces new updates for the CentOS situation in that you can now get RHEL at No-Cost. We're also going to be talking about a new piece of hardware from the Raspberry Pi Foundation called the Pico. Then we will check out some more Enterprise-y goodness from SUSE. Plus we've got some updates related to running Linux on Apple M1 Mac. We've also got some app news related to graphics tools Inkscape & Krita plus a not so ideal update from Google for Chromium. Later in the show we will discuss some distro news including Linux Mint having a big screensaver bug & Ubuntu announced their plans for Ubuntu 21.04 in regards to GNOME 40. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

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00:00 = Welcome to This Week in Linux 135
01:19 = DLN News: Live Streams DLN Store & the Forums
02:54 = Red Hat Announces No-Cost RHEL
10:48 = Raspberry Pi Pico
14:46 = SUSE Details Plans for SLE / openSUSE
21:17 = Digital Ocean - VPS & App Platform ( )
22:53 = Linux on Apple M1 Mac by Correllium
28:29 = Inkscape 1.0.2 & 1.1alpha Released
33:59 = Krita 4.4.2 Released
37:35 = Bitwarden Password Manager ( )
40:04 = Linux Mint Screensaver Bypass Vulnerability
46:14 = Ubuntu 21.04 Not Shipping GNOME 40
50:40 = Distros Consider Removing Chromium
58:12 = Outro

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