Podcast RSS feeds: Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and Opus. Title: Butterfly Kernel
VMware has waded into a lawsuit with the Software Freedom Conservancy. Lenovo has been spying on its Windows users. There are now over 1,000 Linux games on Steam and relax, the Parliamentary Office for Science and Technology has said Tor can’t be stopped. Plus there’s even more news, lots of discoveries, a couple of Neurons and a divisive Voice of the Masses.
What’s in the show:
Finds of the Fortnight:
LibreOffice Calc, when you narrow the columns it doesn’t abbreviate the numbers, it rounds them up! From our
#linuxvoice IRC channel on Freenode:
<einonm> Get a great set of connection statistics using
Netalyzr <Devilment> Not sure if I’m late for the FotF, but I found
http://cron.schlitt.info useful when constructing bizarre crontab schedules <Stilvoid> My find:
cyanogenmod is *nice* Graham:
There’s a KDE graphical configuration panel for systemd that’s
now available for the latest KDE releases. Mike:
extundelete is a great way of undeleting files that also attempts to restore a file’s original filename (thanks to Mr Bruce Wolf). Ben:
Vocalise Your Neurons:
Huge thanks to both Xan and Phil the Sheep for their thoughts. If you’d like yours read out next time, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voice of the Masses:
Do we need a code of conflict?
Presenters: Ben Everard, Andrew Gregory, Graham Morrison and Mike Saunders.
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