Linux For Everyone
Linux For Everyone
Jul 30, 2019
Episode 2: Swing The Doors Wide Open
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A jam-packed episode kicks off with a weekly software discovery, then we glide into a community spotlight with Linux Lads' Conor Murphy. The meat of Episode 2 revolves around Endeavour OS as we take a deep dive into the new Arch-based distro.

Plus, The Linux Gaming Report debuts, and the show closes with some incredible electronic jams from Polish FOSS musician Unfa.

Special Guests: Conor Murphy and Liam Dawe.

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Episode 216: Red Hat's New Deal
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Telegram client is open source and supports Linux Telegram server is closed source Signal is more secure but requires a phone number Phone numbers can reveal your real identity Moxie Marlinspike (Matthew Rosenfeld) - really particular about 3rd party clients, makes it not very inviting link (https://github.com/LibreSignal/LibreSignal/issues/37#issuecomment-217211165) Not so great when your playing with alternative operating systems (SailfishOS PostmarketOS), Signal has to make a client, rather than just supporting an API Use Element/Matrix Setup your own server Sign up for paid hosting EMS (https://element.io/plans-and-pricing/pro) Sign up for free on a community server like Linux Delta (https://element.linuxdelta.com/#/welcome) Minutes In 07:50 Run Matrix on CoreOS https://fedoramagazine.org/deploy-your-own-matrix-server-on-fedora-coreos/ With Fedora CoreOS, you get all the benefits of Fedora (podman, cgroups v2, SELinux) packaged in a minimal automatically updating system thanks to rpm-ostree. 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