LV Podcast Season 1 Episode 2
Title: The Grey Havens
In this episode: Mint 16 has been released and it’s ace. There could be a new Linux worm. Jolla starts making phones and Ubuntu TV isn’t dead. We’ve got some fantastic discoveries, neurons to speak and the internet famous Voice of the Masses. And! Mike is back, reporting in from the land of Schnitzel and Sachertorte.
What’s in the show:
Linux Mint 16 has been released and it’s lovely. There’s a new kind of Linux worm that can target embedded devices, according to an anti-virus company. MeeGo begat Mer begat Sailfish OS begat a new open Linux phone, this time in the form of Jolla from ex-Nokia employees. The Ubuntu TV is not dead, it’s just in the queue behind Ubuntu smartphones. And our magazine, Linux Voice, is getting closer to its target. Help make it happen on our Indiegogo campaign page.
- Things we found out in two weeks:
- Use a R-2R resistor ladder to build a waveform generator/DAC with an Arduino Uno.
- Connect Megadrive and SNES cartridges into your computer with a Retrode.
- Vocalise your Neurons:
- The Part Where People Ask Us To Do Things:
- Voice of the Masses: Is GNU still relevant?
Thanks Javier! Send any thoughts this way for our next podcast: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Plus: One more thing…
Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory and Mike Saunders.
Download the smaller yet even more awesome Opus file (20MB) (we’ve added metadata to the file now – sorry for being lazy).
Theme Music by Brad Sucks.