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<p>The Fedora Project Lead joins us to explain Fedora.next, their ambitions for the cloud, desktop, and what success means for Fedora.next. Tyler from Arch Assault joins us to update us on the latest from Blackhat, the new developments with their distro, and the what the future holds.</p>

<p>Plus news ...
<p>What’s the best TrueCrypt alternative for Linux? We’ll introduce you to Tomb, a tool that sits on top of open source encryption tools you can trust, that come built into every install of Linux.</p>

<p>Plus we’ll demo native Netflix working on Linux without any plugins, the big changes coming ...
<p>The founder of ownCloud joins us to discuss their latest release, future plans and challenges. And we’ll ask a batch of the tough questions you sent in.</p>

<p>Then we take a look at CRUX, a legendary Linux distribution with an amazing history. Plus an app pick that will instantly tickle your retro ...
<p>We’re back from OSCON 2014 with some great interviews with Christian Heilmann from the Mozilla Developer Evangelist, Karen Sandler from the Software Freedom Conservancy, and Chris DiBona the director of open source at Google.</p>

<p>Plus the UK Government adopts ODF, CoreOS gets a huge boost and ...
<p>Rob McCathie from the Manjaro project joins us to discuss some recent troubles in the community, bust common myths about Manjaro, their relationship with Arch Linux, and what the future holds for the project.</p>

<p>Plus we look at some Fedora 21 features, Google’s Project Zero, Linus’ home office…</p>

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<p>The core developer of Kali Linux joins us to discuss the projects history, what keeps Kali Linux so relevant in the penetration testing industry, the future and the major misconceptions he wants to correct about the distro.</p>

<p>Plus we’ll explains all the recent KDE releases, and demo the latest ...
<p>What happens when btrfs goes bad? After rescuing our system from a massive crash, we’ll share what went wrong, how you can prevent problems, reclaim gigabytes of space, and optimize your Linux box for an SSD drive.</p>

<p>Plus a quick look at Ubuntu MATE Remix, the NSA targets Linux users, solving ...
<p>Easily share files between Windows and Linux, and we’ll solve some common network browsing challenges under Linux. </p>

<p>Plus a quick look at Linux Mint 17 KDE edition, the huge new features coming to OwnCloud, a new hacker event….</p>

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

<p>All this week on, The Linux ...
<p>Interviews and awesome gear from the floor of SouthEast LinuxFest 2014. We round up the highlights of Linux from the south!</p>

<p>Plus some Firefox news we’re stoked about, and we take another step closer to becoming a commandline ninja... </p>

<p>And so much more!</p>

<p>All this week on, The ...
<p>Qubes OS, you could call it Linux for the truly paranoid. This system offers a unique isolated approach to keep you and your data safe, we dive in to show you how this system works!</p>

<p>Plus: The big Red Hat news, Docker goes 1.0, a Linux port done right…</p>

<p>And so much more!</p>

<p>All ...
<p>With Bedrock Linux you are longer restricted to any single Linux distro’s userland. Mix CentOS, Arch, Debian, Ubuntu and more all on the same installation! You can have your cake and eat it too! Want X11 from Debian and Chromium from Arch? No problem! We’ll show you how Bedrock Linux make it all ...
<p>The CTO of CoreOS joins us to go into detail about how CoreOS deploys applications in Docker Containers, allows for automatic server updates, and might just finally fix security on the web.</p>

<p>Plus: We’ll wrap up the TrueCrypt upset, and discuss our preferred Linux TrueCrypt replacements, a ...
<p>Jonathan Thomas, founder of the OpenShot join us to update us on the latest with his open source cross platform video editor. Plus we discuss the challenges and benefits of crowd funded open source, the task of building a video editor for Linux, and more.</p>

<p>Then our take on the big Linux gaming ...
<p>Coming up on this week’s episode of The Linux Action Show!</p>

<p>Arch Linux can make the perfect Home Server, we’ll share our tips to build the ultimate home server running the latest software, powered by Arch Linux.</p>

<p>Plus Ubuntu rocks the OpenStack summit, a first look at Syncthing (the ...
<p>The first big release of LXQt is out, and we give it our first look. Where does this minimal desktop fit? And is it taking a direct shot at XFCE’s crown? </p>

<p>Plus the community demonstrates their passion to Unreal, FireFox OS news AND do YOU trust Btrfs? </p>

<p>All this week on, The Linux ...
<p>Chris and Matt showcase some fun games for casual or hardcore gamers. From space shooters to fun puzzles, if you’ve been holding off on gaming for Linux we’ll change your mind!</p>

<p>Plus: Is Ubuntu for Android dead? Linus receives another award, the big update to Edward Snowden’s favorite ...
<p>Highlights from this year’s LinuxFest Northwest. We chat with Jon “Maddog” Hall, Red Hat, Linode, and many more from the floor or the biggest LinuxFest Northwest yet.</p>

<p>Plus: Why the Linux Foundation might just be the best choice to fund openSSL, some Heartbleed follow up with Allan...</p>

<p>AND ...
<p>It’s our review of Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr LTS. It’s Canonical’s latest and greatest, with five years of support. But are there storm clouds on the horizon for this major distribution?</p>

<p>We discuss what’s great about Ubuntu 14.04, what needs some serious work, and why we’re excited ...
<p>Can the Intel NUC be a no compromises Linux desktop? Or are there a few challenges you need to know? Spoiler Alert: There are, and we’ve solved them. Find out how the Intel NUC Performance a Gnome 3.12 full fledged desktop.</p>

<p>Plus: One of the biggest games of the year just announced Linux ...
<p>We revisit Sabayon Linux, a Gentoo based rolling distribution. Find out the how this distribution has leapfrogged the competition, and where we feel it could use some extra work.</p>

<p>Plus highlights from Linus recent Q&A;, Ubuntu One shuts down, XP’s death is near…</p>

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

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