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<p>Developer of the MATE desktop & more, Stefano Karapetsas joins us to discuss the projects transition to GTK3, balancing traditional desktop design with new features & the big challenges facing MATE.</p>

<p>Plus a huge announcement, news, picks…</p>

<p>AND SO MUCH MORE!</p>

<p>All this week on, ...
<p>Greg Kroah-Hartman long time Linux kernel developer and maintainer of a few subsystems you depend on joins us to discuss his insights on the pace of Linux’s development, third party involvement, the rolling future & what gets him excited about Linux.</p>

<p>Plus Linus reviews Fedora 21, the questions ...
<p>With 2015 around the corner we own up to our predictions for 2014, we admit to what we got wrong, and what we got right. Then we look forward to 2015 and go on the record for the big developments we expect to see.</p>

<p>Plus our picks, your feedback…</p>

<p>AND SO MUCH MORE!</p>

<p>All this ...
<p>We take a look back at the history of the Linux Action Show along with the audience and pick out some of our best moments plus a few bits of JB News.</p>

<p>AND SO MUCH MORE!</p>

<p>All this week on, The Linux Action Show!</p><img src="//feeds.feedburner.com/~r/TheLinuxActionShow/~4/B-UlzvnAPx0" ...
<p>We talk with five developers from the Fedora project behind some of the recent amazing work that has seen a major milestone release in Fedora 21, treating Fedora more as a product & laying the groundwork for amazing future technologies. </p>

<p>Plus Dustin Kirkland from Canonical joins us to explain ...
<p>Lennart Poettering shares the surprising origins of systemd, his thoughts on the community reaction & his ideas for a universal Linux software installer. He addresses some common criticism & takes questions from the audience.</p>

<p>Plus Brandon Philips the co-found of CoreOS discusses Rocket & Matthew ...
<p>Mark Shuttleworth sits down with the big show to reflect on 10 years of Ubuntu, the state of the Debian community, their efforts with Mir & the switch to systemd. Plus he’ll give us some insights to his competitive advantage when dealing with a contentious market. </p>

<p>Plus Mint 17.1 is out ...
<p>Charlie Reisinger the pioneer of an extremely forward looking program to give every student a Linux laptop joins us. Find out how they integrate the students into the IT program, why they give their students root access & much more. It’s a truly inspiring story of how Linux can make a difference ...
<p>We chat with three developers that are working to make the Linux desktop look even better. From building hardware to working with upstream we dig into the process at the ground level, with some exciting announcements. </p>

<p>Plus why Linux makes Docker relevant, a quick tour of some new Ubuntu MATE ...
<p>It’s one of our favorite things to do, we look ahead at the not too distant future of desktop Linux. Ken Moore from PC-BSD, and the creator of the Lumina desktop joins us to give us a tour of his new Qt based lightweight desktop. </p>

<p>Plus you know the old saying, where there is lots of blog ...
<p>Is openSUSE 13.2 the best distro to take advantage of tomorrow’s Linux tools today? Or do the rough-spots of this distribution in transition leave us frustrated? We set out to live in openSUSE 13.2 & share our results. </p>

<p>Plus China’s big switch to Linux gets official, we call time out on ...
<p>Our interviews, stories, and adventures from Ohio LinuxFest 2014. The big show traveled to Columbus Ohio for one of the best Linux events on the East coast of the US, and we came away with some great stories, friends, and interviews. We'll feature some of the best in today's episode.</p>

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<p>Our review of the major flavors of Ubuntu 14.10. We’ll show you how this tried and true desktop can be the fertile playground of future desktop technologies. Our all-star lineup will review everything from Kubuntu to the MATE Edition of Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn.</p>

<p>Plus Linus responds to ...
<p>Our guide to moving your Plex, btsync, SmokePing, and others to a new Linux server. And our take on how the Intel NUC performs as a home server with heavy Plex usage.</p>

<p>Plus the big features coming to a distro near you & has Netflix coming to Linux shown us how Linux users are now “all-in ...
<p>The top 5 best Linux games on Steam for the fall get demoed on today’s show. Every game we feature, will be one worth buying & how to get a lot more out of Steam.</p>

<p>Then sandboxing any Linux process, the news of the week, our picks & much more!</p><img src="//feeds.feedburner.com/~r/TheLinuxActionShow/~4/losW6c1gHlY" ...
<p>The Shellshock bug is taking the internet by storm, Fedora project lead Matthew Miller joins us to discuss how this Bash bug works, how big of a problem it really is, and how large projects are responding to the issue. Plus we chat a little Fedora.next and more!</p>

<p>Then it’s our look at what’s ...
<p>Security Onion can turn you into a network super warrior, with its easy to setup IDS, Network Syslog, and more. We'll show you how to take advantage of some of the best tools in open source, from beginner to expert!</p>

<p>Plus a great new game for Linux, Uselessd looks needed but is stirring up ...
<p>Install the latest version of Gnome on your Ubuntu box, without losing your data, or needing to reinstall your apps. Our guide will get you up and running with the latest and greatest in no time. And also provides great insight for non-Ubuntu/Gnome users.</p>

<p>Plus ZFS on Linux gets the green light, ...
<p>Linux is the ultimate productivity OS. This week we’ll show you how to divorce your Chromebook from Google, sync all your Linux desktops with free software, and improve your workflow at the same time.</p>

<p>Plus the new tool from Red Hat you’ll be using soon, Ubuntu shows developers some love ...
<p>Ryan C. Gordon aka Icculus joins us to discuss past, present and future of Linux gaming. Plus the fundamental technology challenges facing Linux gaming, the hope for SteamOS, and much more.</p>

<p>Then - Red Hat’s internal politics burst out into the spotlight, John C. Dvorak trolls Linux users….</p><img ...
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