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The Linux Action Show! MP3: Episodes

<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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<p>Gentoo’s leader of the x86 Team, and jack of all trades Jeff Horelick joins us to discuss all things Gentoo. We’ve got a batch of questions you’ve submitted, and Jeff’s the man to answer them!</p>

<p>Plus: Facebook buys Oculus VR, Red Hat’s CentOS plans, a first look at Gnome 3.12…</p>

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<p>It’s been one year and we pay up on the Monkey Suit Mir Bet. We chat with Kevin Gunn Engineering Manager for Display Server & Unity UI at Canonical about how closed drivers will work with Mir, how new devices like the Oculus Rift might work, Wayland, and much more.</p>

<p>Plus: Unreal 4 and GOG.com ...
<p>Based on Debian SolydXK offers all the advantages of a rolling release, with a safe and sensible approach. But where does this new distro stack up compared to the big dogs? And what challenges do we think they might face in the near future? Tune in to find out!
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<br />Plus why Chromium is ...
<p>Can a cheap Chromebook loaded with Linux replace an Ultrabook? Is this the best bang for the battery life? We load Linux on the Acer C720 and put it to the test.
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<br />Plus: The big security mistake that impacts tons of open source software, a quick demo of the new Krita release, our picks ...
<p>Project lead of the new KDE Visual Design Group, Jens Reuterberg, joins us to discuss building a culture of design around KDE, driving community consensus, and how they hope to design by collaboration.
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<br />Plus: Linux had a strong showing at Mobile World Congress, we’ll round it up, ...
<p>Georgi Karavasilev from the Numix project joins us to discuss their vision for pushing the look of the Linux desktop to the next level, and the efforts they're willing to take to make that vision happen.</p>

<p>Plus: Ubuntu Touch gets two hardware partners, Microsoft is up to it;s old tricks again…</p>

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<p>We celebrate our 300th episode with some big announcements and a few surprises! </p>

<p>Plus we discuss Ubuntu switching to systemd, Firefox getting ads…</p>

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

<p>All this week on, the Linux Action Show!</p><img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/TheLinuxActionShow/~4/7cw1jrp9zLY" ...
<p>Michael Christen the creator and maintainer of YaCy search joins us to discuss his free search engine that anyone can use to build a search portal for their intranet or to help search the public internet using a unique Peer-to-peer technology.</p>

<p>Plus who’s building Linux, the big Docker news, ...
<p>ARM CPUs are famous for the low power and price point. But is a tiny low-cost system built around a quad-core ARM cpu ready to replace your Linux Desktop? We put the CuBox-i4-Pro from SolidRun to the test.</p>

<p>Plus some big distro news, changes at openSUSE…</p>

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

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<p>In-Home Streaming hit beta this week and it’s a breakthrough technology that changes the game for desktop Linux forever. Not just limited to games, Steam’s In-Home streaming can deliver entire applications. We’ll demo the power and possibilities of this new tech.</p>

<p>Plus: The new big feature ...
<p>Ian Hex a talented photographer whose workflow is completely under Linux, joins us to discuss his must have open source photo management tools for Linux, how he creates his amazing HDR images, and his thoughts on strengths and weakness of using Linux for photography.</p>

<p>PLUS: Spotify gets in ...
<p>The best stuff at CES this year ran Linux, and that’s no joke! From International CES 2014, we’ve pushed through the noise and feature nothing but the best and most innovative Linux powered devices.</p>

<p>Plus: CentOS and Red Hat officially join forces, Epic OpenShot 2.0 Update…</p>

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<p>Hating on Gnome is the popular thing to do, and it’s fantastic link bait. We’ll come to the defense of this bold shell, and why 2014 could be big year for Gnome.</p>

<p>Plus: We’ll breakdown the major security issues plaguing X, the UK “porn” filter that’s blocking Fedora downloads, a ...
<p>2014 is going to be a big year for Linux, but first we reflect on what was big in 2013, how we scored with our predictions, and then we look ahead to 2014.</p>

<p>Will the Steam Box be a flop? Is this a make it or break it year for Ubuntu? We’ll debate those topics and much more in our annual end ...
<p>Fedora 20 has arrived and we’ve put it through its paces. Is this the ultimate Linux workstation for those who want to ride the cutting edge? Or are there a few too many rough edges on this well intentioned distribution? Tune in to find out!</p>

<p>Plus: Some of our favorite tools built into Fedora ...
<p>SteamOS and the Leopard Extreme are in studio, and we’ve got a lot to say. We start with a tour under the hood of SteamOS, and then we put Leopard Extreme from System76 to the ultimate performance test.</p>

<p>Plus: Lessons learned in switching new users to Linux, a look at OwnCloud 6…</p>

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<p>Is the Galago UltraPro the ultimate Linux ultrabook? We’ve got that and the Kudu Professional from System76 in studio. It’s our review of these Haswell powered laptops.</p>

<p>PLUS: Does the Intel Iris GPU hold up to the Steam challenge? And Linux’s big area of growth in 2014, that nobody’s ...
<p>We’ve got the Cinnamon and MATE editions of Linux Mint 16 Petra loaded, we’ll give you a tour of the release highlights, and share our thoughts on this latest release. Has Mint reclaimed the perfected desktop crown? We’ll debate.</p>

<p>Plus: Another worm hits the web for Linux, a Jolla round ...
<p>Antergos is bringing Arch to the masses, but still keeps it simple. We chat with the founder of Antergos, formerly Cinnarch, about their future plans, and how they hope to improve Arch without taking away what makes it so great.</p>

<p>Plus: A backdoor worm plagues Linux boxes, details on SteamOS ...
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