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In this episode: James Bond can now use LibreOffice, thanks to the UK Government’s endorsement. Valve’s new controller and Linux-based gaming PCs are here. JPEG could become hobbled by DRM and the NSA was listening all along. We’ve also got another new section, some great Finds and one of the most positive Voice of the Masses sections ever.
Sorry for the relatively poor recording quality in this episode. We had a couple of technical difficulties.
What’s in the show:
Finds of the Fortnight:
#linuxvoice IRC channel on Freenode:
<pwaring> Certificates issued by
https://letsencrypt.org will now be trusted by our browsers.
<einonm> Red Hat has bought the orchestration platform
<Arthur_D> My find is that
SimpleScreenRecorder is great for capturing game output.
<Devilment> My find is
Shell In A Box. A Web-Based SSH Terminal to Access Remote Linux Servers. Mike:
Stuck at Munich airport with poor Wifi? SSH to an instance of
w3m – the text mode web browser. Andrew:
In the UK, your television licence covers live streaming to your tablet/phone, but not if it’s charging outside of your registered address.
If you’re signed into Google, searching Google for ‘find my phone’ will find your phone and allow you to ring it even if it’s in silent mode.
Wheel of Hate:
Send us your thoughts, or a recorded message, or this section might return next time.
Voice of the Masses:
Who is your Linux or Free Software Here?
If you can get to Liverpool in the North of England at the end of October, you must go to
Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders.
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